Profile of the Mizuno Group

The Mizuno Group, comprising Mizuno Corporation, its 20 subsidiaries and four affiliated companies, is primarily engaged in the manufacturing and the selling sporting goods.

Financial Highlights (consolidated / FY2016)

Net Sales By Product Category 

Net Sales By Region

Net Sales

Operating Income

Net Income(Loss)

Number of Employees

Total Number of Employees

Number of Employees by Region

Number of Labor Union Members

1,663(*)

* Calculated from the data of Mizuno Corporation and Mizuno Technics Corporation

Supply Chain Conditions

Mizuno works with a number of outside organizations in an effort to supply better sporting goods. Sports shoes, sportswear, golf clubs and other goods are manufactured at its own factories and commissioned factories, which are mainly located in China, the Republic of Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, the Philippines, Myanmar and Cambodia. Mizuno implements CSR audits to assess the environment and labor practices at its commissioned factories and requests that they observe the Mizuno Code of Conduct for Suppliers.

Preventive Approaches and Actions for Principles of Prevention

Mizuno strives to minimize its environmental footprint from the planning and development stage to the manufacturing stage, and to reduce environmental burdens.

Participation in Outside Organizations and Initiatives

Participation in Outside Initiatives Relating to CSR or Sustainability

No initiatives.

Organizations and Domestic and Overseas Advisory Institutions within which Mizuno holds positions

①Governance organizations within which Mizuno holds positions
Association of Japan Sporting Goods Industries (JASPO) President
Kansai Sporting Goods Industrial Association Vice President
Mizuno Sports Promotion Foundation President
Higashi Tax Payment Association Vice President

 

② Organizations operating projects or committees in which Mizuno participates
The World Federation of the Sporting Goods Industry (WFSGI) CISO Committee(Committee on International Sports Organizations)

 

③Organizations to which Mizuno has made more monetary contributions than expected by ordinary membership status

None.

④Organizations whose membership is regarded as strategic
Tokyo Sporting Goods Wholesalers Association
Osaka Sporting Goods Wholesalers Association
Study Group for Information Systems on Sporting Goods
Japan Golf Goods Association

Records of Recognitions and Awards by Outsiders

Award Descriptions
“Semi-Nadeshiko Brands” by METI and TSE in 2016. Since its inauguration in FY2012, the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) have been jointly conducting the Nadeshiko Brand initiative for the purpose of selecting and publicizing enterprises that encourage women’s success in the workplace. In the FY2016 initiative, aiming to evaluate outstanding enterprises in encouraging women’s success in the workplace based on broader perspectives, METI and the TSE decided to establish two new categories in addition to the existing Nadeshiko Brands category: Semi-Nadeshiko Brands and Noteworthy Enterprises.
Osaka Sakuyahime Award, Katsuyaku Award The Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry set up the Osaka Sakuyahime Award as a supporting business in 2016, for giving admiration to female board member or executive officer of company in Osaka who is playing active role.

Nadeshiko Brands