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Mark is a family man. It’s hard to fathom how he’s able to juggle all his involvements at once. I secretly call him The Plant Superman, as he’s always able to do anything and everything...
Ry is a problem solver. And with the influx of complex problems it provides, E-commerce is right up his alley. As a product manager for The Plant, Ry is in charge of guiding the quality and vision of the E-commerce platform.
Elly once told me about a book she read on structured creativity. The book mentions that creativity flows easier when it is first thought out and organized. A strange concept to think of being that we often see creativity as something being completely free and unfettered..
Lancee came into the Tokyo office last year from China, and though he’s actually been working at The Plant since 2011, I felt an instant affinity towards him as we were both fairly new to the Tokyo office. He leads our front-end team, and is a gentle and soft-spoken guy who is constantly inspired by his surroundings.
A common challenge for big business is producing large volumes of content for product releases, campaigns, events, promotions and easily manage and publish this content in a consistent and timely manner to global markets with support for multiple languages.
Recently, I’ve gotten the opportunity to begin a new career with a software company in Tokyo called The Plant. Though my time here has been short, these past three months has made me think more than ever about work culture, and specifically about Japanese work culture.