Founded as Cyber-Biz Inc. (now ZAPPALLAS, INC.)
Through consigning design, development and management of mobile contents, commenied B-to-C e-commerce operations
Began distribution of content to i-mode and launched digital-content business
Changed our company name to ZAPPALLAS, INC
Relocated our headquarters to Nakameguro, Meguro, Tokyo
Opened our official i-mode shop and commerced mobile commerce
In the term ended in April 2004, lannchrd 22 new sites with fortune-telling content, and secured the top share in “fortune-telling”
Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s Mothers market
Acquired a subsidiary in the form of G-Plus Co., Ltd., a mobile-phone retail company
Acquired a subsidiary in the form of Ares & Mercury Co., Ltd., a company performing planning, development and production of mobile-phone-oriented content
Relocated our headquarters to Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo.
With the aim of tapping into new areas of business in our mobile business, formed a capital and business alliance with Transcosmos, Inc.
Transferred some of our shares in Ares & Mercury Co., Ltd. to Transcosmos, Inc., which changed from a consolidated subsidiary to an equity-method affiliate
Performed a market shift to Tokyo Stock Exchange’s First Section
Acquired some of Nikkatsu Corporation’s shares, with a view towards expanding in the areas of movie content and mobile content of movie and image characters
Acquired a subsidiary in the form of B×E Inc., which plans and sells organic cosmetics
Liquidated our subsidiary, G-Plus Inc.
Launched Fujimaki Department Store, an e-commerce site to hanble a variety of Japan- related masterpieces
Relocated our headquarters to Shibuya, Tokyo
Liquidated our equity method subsidiary, Alles & Mercury Inc.
Established a subsidiary, Zappallas, Inc. (U.S.), acquired Daily Insight Group (DIG), a divination business, from NameMedia, Inc. and started overseas business
Acquired PINK Inc. , a subsidiary handling travel-related business
Sold BXE Inc. shares, removing it as a subsidiary
Spun off Fujimaki Department Store and established caramo Inc.
Sold caramo Inc. shares, removing it as a subsidiary.
Relocated our headquarter Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo.
Established cocoloni, Inc. and Wanaps, Inc. as wholly owned subsidiaries to be consolidated as a result of corporate separation.
Absorbed and merged Wanaps, Inc..
Consolidated subsidiary cocoloni, Inc. acquired all shares of concourse, Inc., which became a consolidated subsidiary.
Established fortune-teller production company, Luck Out, Inc., as a joint venture with Yoshimoto Kogyo Holdings, Co., Ltd.
PINK, Ltd. was excluded from the scope of consolidation due to the sale of shares of PINK.
Transferred from the First Section to the Standard Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
Head office moved to 3-51-7, Sendagaya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo.