Category Archives: Agriculture, Energy & Environment
Ascentia Holdings Corporation and Taiyo Yuhka Corporation (Itabashi-ku, Tokyo; President: Tahei Ishida) have established a joint venture company, TOKYO8 GLOBAL, to develop TOKYO8MICRO FRANHCISE, which improves agricultural production at low cost for small-scale farming in developing and emerging countries. Its activities won the Deputy Director-General (Minister of Foreign Affairs) Award at the Japanese government’s 6th Japan SDGs Awards in March 2023. On Tuesday, 29th of this month, an international conference will be held where reports will be given from Indonesia, Mauritania, Malawi, and Niger in Africa, which are actually implementing this activity, as well as from Japan, and we will run the conference as one of the co-sponsors. Conference Details … Continue reading
Waste tires have become a social problem Tire manufacturers produce tires that contain large amounts of steel core and fiber along with rubber to improve tire performance. New tires are sold in developed countries and used tires are exported to developing countries. In developing countries, used tires are piled up without being processed. Why are they not disposed of? It is because they are a complex mixture of rubber, fiber, and steel. We have come across a machine that can instantly separate these “complex objects. Using this machine, garbage is transformed into resources. This is also a franchise. Assentia Holdings, a Business Design Firm, is the reason why we can … Continue reading
The plan is to franchise the business from producing the generators. Renewable Energy is attracting increasing attention, and the most familiar source, besides solar and wind power, is hydroelectric power. Small-scale hydropower is a very viable power generation technology because it can be installed off-grid. We are preparing a franchise business for this small-scale hydropower generation. What will we franchise? It is a franchise for a business that produces, sells, and maintains these generators in different countries. The plan is to franchise the business from producing the generators.
Eradicating Poverty through Franchising This is a commitment that we have made and will make. Throughout our lives, we have created a lot of jobs through our franchise business. In the 1990s, for example, we had to hire and train 70 to 80 new employees and part-timers to open one St. Mark’s bakery restaurant. In the 1990’s, for example, to open one St. Mark’s bakery restaurant, you had to hire and train 70-80 new employees and part-timers. Franchising has the great power of creating jobs. We are expanding our franchise overseas, mainly in ASEAN. In the summer of 2019, we participated in TICAD7 (Tokyo International Conference on African Development) and … Continue reading