Combi won the pitch competition at Impact Tech Japan graduation event


Comobi graduated from the fourth cohort of the Social Changemakers (SCM), a startup accelerator program jointly run by ImpacTech Japan and the Nippon Foundation. Comobi won the pitch competition in the Education, Healthcare, and Aging Society category among the 12 participating startups.

Message from Guillaume MATHIEU, cofounder and CEO of Comobi

By participating in this year's Social Changemakers (SCM), getting support and advice from various mentors, and expanding our network, we were able to further refine our services and business plan and grow with our fellow startups. We are very proud of the progress we made, and of course, winning the final pitch competition.

*A total of approximately 200 investors and startup-related people from Japan and abroad, both online and offline, voted in the Nippon Foundation Social Changemakers' 4th Pitch Presentation. In the course of raising my three children, I was struck by how difficult it is to raise children in a way that is normally enjoyable and valuable. One of the problems is the technology that we put in the hands of our precious children: as many parents point out, being a parent in the digital age is tough! At Comobi, we have a very distinctive view about how children should interact with technology. Our mission is to help parents enjoy the precious time of parenting with peace of mind and bring technology usage in a safe and appropriate way specifically designed for children.


PR TIMES article: https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000001.000083297.html About The Nippon Foundation Social Change Makers

A startup support program for early-stage (seed stage) startups that are working to solve social issues, jointly operated since April 2019 by ImpacTech, an accelerator with a proven track record in supporting the creation of social impact, and the Nippon Foundation, which is driving social innovation with the largest grant program in Japan. Management. Through lectures and workshops by experts, participants learn the basics of corporate management, including strategy, human resources, public relations, and finance, as well as presentation techniques for investors, in order to support the creation of positive social impact. Comobi was one of the 12 companies selected from 65+ applicants to participate in the fourth cohort of the program, which began in March 2021. Social Change Makers:https://nf-startup.jp/scm/

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