President of Nintendo
The keynotes by Satoru Iwata describe current trends and the future that lies ahead in video game development. As the gaming world grows in popularity there is more competition between developers, and less potential to be successful.
Satoru Iwata received his degree in computer science from the Tokyo Institue of Technology where he freelanced for HAL Laboratory, Inc. Since his childhood, Iwata has been interested in video games, and he became the fourth president of Nintendo in 2002. Iwata has been recognized as one of the top CEOs in the world, and played an integral part in Nintendo's increased stock price in 2001.
The keynotes by Satoru Iwata describe the rapidly changing gaming industry, and he investigates the job security that remains in the field. Satoru Iwata is a well respected executive whose provides valuable insight in corporate planning for the future.