Hideyuki Inoue

Hideyuki Inoue

Guest Associate Professor
Graduate School of Media and Governance
DegreesBA in Economics/Keio University, MA in International Affairs (Public Management)/ George Washington University
Areas of ExpertiseSoccial Entrepreneurship, Social Innovation, Social Enterprise Management (scaling impact), Venture Philanthropy
Selected PublicationsInoue joined ETIC (Entrepreneurial Training for Innovative Communities), a nonprofit orinization which fosters entrepreneurship among people in their 20s, in 2001. ETIC initiated EIP (Entrepreneurial Internship Program), which sends students as interns to venture companies.

He founded the Social Venture Center within ETIC and started the annual “Style” prize in 2004, Japan’s first social venture business plan competition for the young generation. He also established a fund called the “Social Venture Partners Tokyo,” where individual partners contribute their time, knowledge, and funding in order to nurture social entrepreneurship. There are currently more than 80 partners in the fund. SVP Tokyo became Social Venture Partner’s first affiliate outside of North America in October, 2006.

He is the supervising translator of David Bornstein’s book How to Change the World, which will is set to be published by Diamond Inc., Japan’s leading business books publisher. He is also writing his own book on social entrepreneurship.

Prior to joining ETIC, he worked for the Washington D.C. city government in the field of Performance Measurement and Andersen Consulting as a corporate strategy consultant.

He is a graduate of Keio University, and received his master’s degree in international affairs from George Washington University.

He was an NPO fellow (2004-2005) of the Center for Global Partnership, the Japan Foundation and worked at Social Venture Partners International in Seattle as part of his fellowship.

He is also an assistant professor at Keio University, teaching theoretical & practical classes about social entrepreneurship including "social entrepreneurship", "social business planing", and "community investment" . http://social.sfc.keio.ac.jp/

In 2009, he is nominated as one of Young Global Leaders 2009 by World Economic Forum.

[Young Global Leaders 2009]
[Yomiuri Newspaper]

*STYLE Social Venture Competition (English)

*Social Venture Partners Tokyo (Japanese)

*ETIC Social Venture Center (Japanese)

*US-Japan Innovators Project

Contact Information5322 Endo Fujisawa, Kanagawa 252-0882 Japan
Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus