Global Mobility Service receives
the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award


Global Mobility Service Inc. (Headquarters: Minato-ku, Tokyo; President Director / CEO: Tokushi Nakashima; hereinafter referred to as “GMS”) received the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award as a special award at the GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2019.


GMS's business model of “FinTech Service – Saving the World's Poor” was recognized as an especially "Good Design" out of a total of 4,772 applications for GOOD DESIGN AWARD 2019, and received a special award, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry Award. The award ceremony was held at the International House of Japan on Wednesday, December 4th in 2019.

As a global startup specializing in financially inclusive FinTech from Japan, GMS works towards realizing a system in which every individual is correctly evaluated for their work. Through our vision, “Through the provision of mobility service, we make people happy”, we create economic rationality while solving social issues including poverty, which is recognized as the most important issue among the SDGs. We will promote a truly “sustainable” business model and contribute to local societies through our activities in Japan and ASEAN countries.

Please look forward to the future efforts of GMS.

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Global Mobility Service Inc. Okubo & Fukada

■Overview of Global Mobility Service Inc.

GMS has built a FinTech service model that utilizes the IoT device “MCCS*1” enabling remote start control of proprietary vehicles and the mobility service platform “MSPF *2”, and provided them to the Japanese and ASEAN markets. We joined Keidanren (Federation of Economic Organizations) in March 2019 and have attracted attention as a business model with high affinity with Society 5.0 for SDGs. Also, Nakashima was elected as a member of the “SDGs Management / ESG Investment Study Group” of the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry and contributed to publish the “SDGs Management Guide”. This GMS model has been highly evaluated as a model case project for achieving the SDGs.

*1 "MCCS" is an abbreviation for Mobility-Cloud Connecting System, a device which identifies the location of the vehicle. This system enables safe control and remote operation of the engine.
*2 "MSPF" is an abbreviation for Mobility Service Platform, which allows management, control, data analysis etc. of the vehicles.

Company Name
Global Mobility Service Inc.
Tokushi Nakashima (President Director / CEO)
Head Office
4F Sumitomo Shiba Daimon Bldg.Ⅱ, 1-12-16 Shibadaimon,Minato-ku,Tokyo, 105-0012, Japan
  • Provision of Mobility Service Platform
  • Utilization service of big data accumulated on the cloud server
Date of Establishment
Nov 25,2013