Mogic thinks

With a combination of a small number of people + software + servers and robots.
We are promoting a new era of company management.
I hope to share some of the process in this section.

Representative Director Yoichi Yamane


Street Piano, Play Me, I'm Yours

More than 10 years ago, I was asked in a meeting by a few people, "What is the most important thing in business? I answered, "I think it's value added.

At that time, other members commented that they didn't know what it meant, couldn't imagine what it was, and that it was not immediately useful.

As the company Mogic was born, people gathered, and people came, I felt that the key was the added value.

I'll digress a bit and then get back to it, but there is a music project that has been taking place in many parts of the world recently called "Street Piano".

Street Piano

The idea is to take a piano that has been sitting in someone's house, re-tune it, paint it, and set it up in a public place where everyone can touch it, so that people who come to the piano at that time can play it, and people walking by are somehow drawn to it.

That's not a deliberately detailed and designed setup, but just hearing the premise of it is exciting.

What's going to happen?

What can I hear?

I wonder if anyone will come? I wonder.

Common sense dictates that a piano should be kept indoors, such as in a house, and is likely to be owned by someone, and the only place to show off a performance is in the neighborhood at most.

The moment that is no longer the case is when added value is created, and that is the starting point for things at Mogic.