I'm Suzana @suzatweet
I moved to Tokyo to finish my MA research on Sentiment Analysis.
I'm graduating in April, so for now I'm working on a couple of things like: Slush Tokyo (tech startup event in Japan http://tokyo.slush.org), organizing a hackathon in April, growth and strategy for several tech startups, including my own project, an online platform for millennials, advising on traditional real estate investing and new strategies and opportunities like crowdinvesting using a chatbot. (probably still pre-seed why? Because I worked for a couple of years in the real estate investing business in Europe and this is such an oldschool business, literally begging to be disrupted!)
I'm into FinTech, following the scene in Japan, Singapore, HK and China. Also, I follow blogs like Faisal Khan, Oliver Bussmann and Chris Skinner - good stuff, if you'd like to know more about FinTech (which is, in my opinion, going to change we do business). For now, I have zero technical skills (well maybe not zero but close to zero), my knowledge is conceptual and strategic, and I was wondering if I should dive into tech (and learn some python and SQL to be able to handle data, also I have a linguistic background related to NLP, so might be good right?) after graduation or leave it up to professionals and keep doing what I do. I'd love to connect, chat, nerd-talk.