Sidora Marketing today announced that Kenji Kato, CEO of SQOOL which owns a major game-related web media called SQOOL.NET in Japan, has been elected to Sidora Marketing’s member of board.
Jyvaskyla, Finland, August 03, 2015 –(PR.com)– “Kenji has abundant knowledge and industrial connections in Japanese web media operation, web marketing and game industry, which is very precious for Sidora Marketing,” said Ken Cheng, Sidora Marketing’s CEO. “We believe that his native Japanese cultural background, business know-how and connections in Japanese IT, web technology and game industries would be highly valuable in Sidora Marketing’s growth.”
Kenji is the founder and CEO of SQOOL, a privately held company located in Chiba, Japan, whose service is designed to provide mobile game related information through websites. As one of the major businesses in SQOOL, SQOOL.NET has grown to one of the most popular game-related media in Japan since 2013, the year when SQOOL was established. While participating Sidora Marketing, he continues to serve as the CEO of SQOOL.
Kenji and Ken met at a monthly regular seminar to learn entrepreneurship in Chiba, Japan, in 2009. Although they both worked in different industries respectively at that time, Kenji started his IT service related projects in 2012, and founded SQOOL in 2013. After knowing each other for 3 years, Ken joined Kenji’s projects in 2012 and entered SQOOL as a member of board in 2014. “With the strength of our balanced thoughts and energetic actions in business, we believe the future mutually beneficial business development is guaranteed,” said Ken Cheng.
“I’m honored to join Sidora Marketing board and work with Ken,” Kenji said. “Sidora Marketing demonstrates an excellent position to connect game developers in Finland and Europe to Japanese game market, and I look forward to sharing my web marketing know-how and growing together with Sidora Marketing in the future.”
Through its marketing service business, Sidora Marketing aims to lower intercultural barrier and bring value from intercultural communication to people.