Spatial Pleasure exhibited at JCOMM (Japan Conference on Mobility Management).(Only Available in Japanese)
Our project in Indonesia is introduced in the Asian Economic News NNA: ‘Carbon credits from public transport: Japanese start-up aiming for certification of reduction benefits. (Only Available in Japanese)
Spatial Pleasure collaborates with Living Lab Ventures, the corporate venture capital arm of Sinar Mas Land on SBT and carbon credit certification in BSD City – through the support of JETRO.
NHK World Japan reported on the JETRO (Japan External Trade Organisation) Jakarta event where Spatial Pleasure proposed collaboration with Indonesian Companies.
President Suzuki interviewed in start-up stakeholder media「 Blackbox」
How to use data to change a town – Interview with Soma Suzuki, Spatial Pleasure, on ‘data’ and ‘town’.(Only Available in Japanese)
Zip Infrastructure and Spatial Pleasure launch collaboration to generate carbon credits based on environmental benefit assessment of urban self-propelled ropeways.
Spatial Pleasure appoints Mr. Takashi Oguchi as advisor.
CEO Suzuki was interviewed by the Japanese Standards Association. “Urban indicators, Music, Standardisation and Decarbonisation – Spatial Pleasure’s approach (Part 2)”(Only Available in Japanese)
CEO Suzuki was interviewed by the Japanese Standards Association. “Urban indicators, Music, Standardisation and Decarbonisation – Spatial Pleasure’s approach (Part 1)”(Only Available in Japanese)
Spatial Pleasure Appoints Santonu Kashyap as VP of Carbon Development
Wundar Transport Technologies and Spatial Pleasure Collaborated to Initiate Carbon Credit Generation Based on Environmental Benefits Assessment of Chartered Buses