Author and Speaker
Having managed high technology companies both in the United States and Japan, Mr. Noguchi possesses first-hand knowledge of the world's two important marketplaces. He has authored a book in Japanese (How to Win in eBusiness) on Internet Business Models that was published by NikkeiBP, a publishing subsidiary of Nikkei (Dow Jones of Japan). He was a keynote speaker at the annual convention of Japan Information Service Industry Association and at NikkeiBP's Net&Com, one of the largest networking technology shows in Japan. Over the last several years, he has given more than 100 seminars on Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data & Analytics, Cloud Computing, Web 3.0/Semantic Web, Software as a Service (SaaS), Enterprise 2.0, Web 2.0, Sarbanes-Oxley Act and Its Effect on the IT Industry, Upcoming Power Shift in the IT Industry, Open Source Movement/Linux, Web Services (XML, SOAP, WSDL, UDDI), Technology Trends, and Internet business models throughout the U.S., Europe and Japan. He has also given in-house seminars at major Japanese corporations such as Hitachi, Fujitsu FIP, Mizuho Corporate Bank, Mitsui Group, Shionogi Pharmaceutical, Ergo-Brains, Asatsu-DK (Japan's No.3 ad agency), NEC, Toshiba Engineering, Tokyo Gas (one of the largest utility companies in Japan), Sumitomo Corporation (a $20B trading company), Oki Electric, Toyota Industries, and Sumitomo Metal (one of the four largest steel companies in Japan). He has also published articles in major publications in Europe and the United States including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and Der Spiegel. He has appeared on ABC 20/20, CNN, and BBC and has given seminars on international business issues throughout major cities in Europe, Asia/Pacific, and the United States.