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|Day's Range||23.00 - 23.00|
|52 Week Range||9.50 - 25.40|
|Beta (5Y Monthly)||1.05|
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|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.31 (1.30%)|
|Ex-Dividend Date||Mar. 30, 2021|
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Japanese online fashion retailer Zozo Inc <3092.T> says the successor to its "Zozosuit" body-measuring suit has solved the flaws that sank its earlier version. The original polka-dot bodysuit, which when scanned with a smartphone allowed users to upload their measurements and order custom-made clothes, received massive interest from the fashion industry but failed to drive sales amid complaints of poor sizing. Zozo's engineers had reworked their algorithms and increased the number of measuring markers to 20,000 from 400 previously for the "Zozosuit 2", Chief Operating Officer Masahiro Ito said in an interview.
Online fashion retailer Zozo Inc <3092.T> on Thursday unveiled a successor to its "Zozosuit" body-measuring suit, one of a string of failed projects ahead of the exit of founder Yusaku Maezawa, promising greater accuracy through design and software changes. The fashion retailer said it is looking for partners and hopes to offer the suit within a year. Accurate and easy-to-use body measuring technology has become a holy grail for online fashion retailers trying to reduce returns.
The billionaire founder of Japanese online fashion store Zozo Inc <3092.T>, Yusaku Maezawa, acquired large stakes in two Japanese apparel companies including multi-brand retailer United Arrows <7606.T>, regulatory filings showed on Thursday. Yusaku Maezawa bought an 8% stake in United Arrows for 3.5 billion yen (25 million pounds) and a 6% stake in Adastria <2685.T>, another retail group, for 3.9 billion yen, according to the filings.