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Overview of Business Segments

Last Updated: 2022.03.08
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UNIQLO Japan

Yr to August 2021 Billions of Yen/Stores Y/y (%)
Revenue 842.6 +4.4%
Operating income/loss 123.2 +17.7%
Stores *810 -3
*Including franchise stores.

Future Outlook

  • Boost growth: Develop products that suit customer needs, create new contact points by unifying physical stores and e-commerce operations, rebuild our store network to suit new lifestyles, pursue community-focused local store management.
  • Progress Ariake Project to achieve stable 15% OP margin. Raise profitability: Improve demand forecasting and planning accuracy, minimize shortages of strong-selling items, restrict excess inventory. Reform supply chain: Timely production increases, more efficient distribution and store management.
  • Contribution of Net Sales
  • Sales by Product Category

UNIQLO International - Countries & Regions

Yr to August 2021 Billions of Yen/Stores Y/y (%)
Revenue 930.1 +10.2%
Operating income/loss 111.2 +121.4%
Stores 1,502 +63

Future Outlook

  • Diversify global earnings pillars. Expect continued high growth from Greater China and Asia & Oceania regions as consistent growth drivers. Plan to continue opening 100 stores in Greater China and accelerate store openings in Asia & Oceania to 40 stores each year.
  • Earnings structure reforms facilitated the right frameworks for a swift move into the black for North America and improved profitability in Europe. Aim to expand operations by ensuring product mixes satisfy local customer needs and expanding e-commerce operations.
  • Contribution of Net Sales
  • Store Number Trends

GU

Yr to August 2021 Billions of Yen/Stores Y/y (%)
Revenue 249.4 +1.4%
Operating income/loss 20.1 -7.6%
Stores 439 +3

Future Outlook

  • Strengthen GU's unique ability to offer fun fashion at amazingly low prices. Focus on developing mass-trend fashion products and reduce lead times by strengthening our development, concentrate buying and stockpiling of raw materials so we can expand our range of low-priced items.
  • As part of the Ariake Project, we will strengthen supply chain functions to help grasp and analyze fashion trends early and reflect them in product design and volume planning.
  • Contribution of Net Sales

Global Brands

Yr to August 2021 Billions of Yen/Stores Y/y (%)
Revenue 108.2 -1.3%
Operating income/loss -1.6 -
Stores *776 -166
*including franchise stores

Future Outlook

  • Expand Theory profits by offering a wider range of highly finished lightweight items that are also comfortable as everyday wear and reviewing the pricing of some products to make them more affordable while maintaining the same superior quality.
  • Put PLST back on a firm growth track by sharpening its image as a brand offering top-quality everyday wear at reasonable prices.
  • Aim to improve profitability by implementing structural reforms at Comptoir des Cotonniers and Princesse tam.tam operations.
  • Contribution of Net Sales

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