IUJ’s Entrepreneurial Club project awarded financing


International University of Japan (IUJ) is pleased to announce that Logitrips, a start-up incubated out of its Entrepreneurial Club initiatives, was selected to receive investment from Mission 500, a private investment firm based in Tokyo, Japan and this sets a precedence and opens up possibilities for future entrepreneurs being trained at IUJ.

Logitrips was founded at dormitory of IUJ dormitory by two second-year MBA Students: Jati Andrianto from Indonesia, and Tamir Tsogbayar, from Mongolia.  Logitrips – The logistic of trips, is a feature-differentiated limousines services dedicated to both corporate and private clients in the popular tourism destinations across the Asia-Pacific region.  Bali in Indonesia has been identified as its first location for operation upon completion of its platform development in early 2016.

According to Jati Andrianto, co-founder of Logitrips, and also co-founder of Entrepreneurial Club of IUJ, this investment has far-reaching implications because it will certainly contribute to the foundation for establishing a sustainable entrepreneurial ecosystem at IUJ – creating a conducive place for graduate students to translate intellectual frameworks into commercial possibilities.

The availability of an anchor investment outfit such as Mission 500, coupled with the updated curriculum offered at the campus, will help to accelerate IUJ’s transformational initiatives, as an internationally diversified premier business school, to the next levels.