WHD.japan – October 2016 – Tokyo, Japan

WHD.japan – October 2016 – Tokyo, Japan

The statistics speak for themselves. Japan has more than 101 million internet users—a region-leading 74% of the population with 54% of the population regularly accessing the internet via mobile devices. 86% of those users access the internet for online retail purchases, and local Japanese businesses understand that demand—there are 40 million unique IPV4 addresses.

Japan has embraced the internet and cloud like few other markets.

2014 marked the inaugural year for WHD.japan. After such a successful event last year, WHD.japan returns to Tokyo for 2015 with more of everything: more speakers, more exhibitors, and more excitement than ever before.

Sola City Conference Center, Tokyo

Tokyo is the business soul of Japan. It is the financial center, the political capital, and the largest city. Nearly 28% of the entire population of Japan lives in the Tokyo metropolitan area and is the largest metropolitan economy in the world. 51 of the Global 500 largest companies are based here, and—along with London and New York— it has been called one of the three “command centers” of the world economy.

For 2015, WHD.japan will take place at the Sola City Conference Center in the middle of this incredible business capital. The Sola City Conference Center is a modern, dynamic facility that is conveniently located downtown with immediate access via train and car, and only 22 kilometers away from Haneda Airport. It is the ideal location for WHD.japan.


Sola City Conference Center
4-6 Kanda Surugadai
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo Japan 101-0062

You can get more information about the venue at the: www.solacity.jp

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There is no substitute for being here

Join more than 300 of your peers, potential customers, and technology leaders on November 17 for a full day of invaluable sessions, industry insights, business opportunities, and networking at Japan’s largest cloud services and hosting event. There is no substitute for being here.