We will exhibit at the “Web Summit”, the world’s largest-scale technology conference which will be held in Lisbon, Portugal this November

2019.10.24 (Thu)

Tokyo-based ALE Co., Ltd (ALE), led by CEO Lena Okajima, with the mission to bring space closer to people, is planning to run a booth at “J-Startup Pavilion” during the “Web Summit”, a technology conference held in Lisbon in Portugal on November 5th (Tuesday) in 2019.

“Web Summit” is a tech event that attracts 70,000 people from 160 countries. In just seven years, it has grown rapidly to the third-largest in the world after CES, it became one of the world's hottest technology conferences.

ALE is planning to run a booth in “J-Startup Pavillion” set up by JETRO as a company designated to be “J-Startup” promoted by METI (Ministry of International Trade and Industry). Space Entertainment Business “Sky Canvas” such as “a project with artificial shooting stars” is going to be promoted to visitors.

【About Web Summit】
Name of Exhibition:Web Summit
Date :From November 4th (Monday) to 7th (Thursday) in 2019
Venue:ALTICE ARENA & FIL (Rossio dos Olivais, 1990-231 Lisboa, Portugal)
URL:https://websummit.com/

【About ALE】
ALE’s mission is to “Make Space closer. For all of us. Together.” With our innovation and technology ALE strives to fulfil the endless curiosity of us humans, and to advance the development of science as well as grow space business that will enrich our daily lives.

Company Name: ALE Co., Ltd
Address : 2F, 2-11-8 Shiba-Daimon, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0012, Japan
CEO : Lena Okajima
Established :Sept. 1, 2011
Business Overview :Space Entertainment Business ”Sky Canvas”, data analysis of the upper atmosphere layers during reentry, development of microsatellite technologies

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