think-cell opens office in Japan and appoints Wataru Doi as Head of Japan and Managing Director

Berlin, June 22, 2022

think-cell, the leading productivity software for creating data-driven presentations in Microsoft PowerPoint, announced the expansion into Japan by opening an office and by appointing Wataru Doi as Head of Japan and Managing Director of think-cell Japan.

Japan is a strong growth area for think-cell with a very strong blue chip customer base, achieving a CAGR of 35% over the last 10 years. think-cell will invest in a local team and infrastructure to further build and grow this strong foundation.

The appointment of Wataru Doi emphasizes think-cell’s ambition to grow in the Japanese market. Wataru is a very experienced software executive with a strong track record of introducing software into the Japanese market and successfully expanding the customer base.

Kenny Wyatt, CEO of think-cell, commented: "We are very pleased to welcome Wataru Doi as our Head of Japan. We have high aspirations in Japan and Wataru brings a highly complementary skillset and relevant experience. We look forward to building think-cell’s growth in Japan together with him."

"Looking at our impressive customer base in Japan and the historic growth achieved over the last 10 years, think-cell is ready to invest into the right team and infrastructure in Japan to take it to the next level. Wataru is the ideal person to lead this effort", Christoph Hobo, COO & CFO of think-cell commented.

Wataru Doi on his appointment: "think-cell is an outstanding company in a highly attractive market. I am delighted to join the management team and build and lead the effort in Japan."

About think-cell

Founded in Berlin in 2002, think-cell is the de facto standard for creating professional presentations in PowerPoint. With productivity tools and support for 40+ chart types, all of the top 10 global consulting firms rely on think-cell. It is the software of choice for the DAX 40 and Fortune 500 companies and is taught at 9 of the top 10 US business schools.