About Hikari Tsushin

Hikari Tsushin has assumed a leading role as a distributor, in a constantly changing telecommunications industry. We have responded flexibly to change and maintained steady growth, by meeting the current needs and foreseeing the future needs of our customers. We have offered products and services in the telecommunication markets and many other markets. The four segments that are the mainstays of our businesses are: our agency shops, sales of office automation and telecommunications’ equipment to corporations, our insurance business.

 

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Responding promptly to the market changes

The information and telecommunication industry is an industry that changes rapidly, with diverse new services created in the IT market through technological innovation and deregulation. Hikari Tsushin responds promptly to these market changes to meet the needs of the market.
We believe the rapidly changing environment offers great opportunity and potential for new businesses.

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Net Sales and Operating Income at Hikari Tsushin

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Hikari Tsushin Business Model

What is Commission?

Hikari Tsushin acts on behalf of business partners such as telecommunications carriers, manufactures and insurance companies in providing services to acquire subscription contracts.
We therefore earn two kinds of commission from each business partner.

Lump-sum Commission

A lump-sum commission represents a one-time that we receive from carreers or makers when we obtain a new contract.
We make effective use of lump-sum commissions as an underlying asset for increasing our market share.

Stock Commission

Stock comission is the monthly fee that we receive from customers over the long term. The commission is calculated in proportion to the payment of basic service charges paid by users.
This stock commission has become a key source of profits for Hikari Tsushin.

 

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Profit Structure

Our Profit structure consists of:
-The number of contracts which are made in the present period and previous periods.
The yellow bar indicates sales volume in each period. On the other hands,
the blue bar chart indicates contracts volume which we gain in previous periods.

 

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