Inspired by mother’s passing comment, Japanese intern builds billion-dollar company
Yuta Tsuruoka, who was an intern at a crowdfunding startup, got the inspiration from his mother’s passing comment and started a company that’s worth $1.7 billion. 30-year-old Tsuruoka built software to help individuals and small businesses create an internet shop. He founded his company named Base Incorporation in 2012. According to analysts, Base is “one of the most user-friendly platforms enabling businesses to go online.
Yuta Tsuruoka是一家众筹初创公司的实习生，他从母亲的一段溢美之词中得到了灵感，创办了一家价值17亿美元的公司。现年30岁的鹤冈开发了一款软件，帮助个人和小企业创建网上商店。2012年，他创办了自己的公司Base incorporated。分析人士称，Base是“让企业上网的最友好的平台之一”。