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  • December 2003

    Established SD Holdings Co., Ltd. as a result of share transfer with Site Design Co., Ltd.
    Listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (Mothers).

  • January 2004

    Established Arts Technology Co., Ltd. as a wholly owned subsidiary (Transferred web solution business of Site Design Co., Ltd. to Arts Technology Co., Ltd.).

  • March 2004

    Acquired all shares and 100% ownership of FAVORINA Co., Ltd.

  • October 2004

    Transferred business of ENPORT Co., Ltd. (subsidiary of Site Design Co., Ltd.) to our subsidiary, FAVORINA Co., Ltd. (former SD Holdings Co., Ltd.)

  • November 2005

    Established Euro Sports Co., Ltd. as a wholly owned subsidiary.

  • August 2006

    Transferred all shares of our subsidiary, Arts Technology Co., Ltd. to Sophia Research.

  • December 2006

    Transferred all shares of our subsidiary, Euro Sports Co., Ltd. to Key Works Co., Ltd.

  • July 2007

    Merged Site Design Co., Ltd. into FAVORINA Co., Ltd. (former SD Holdings Co., Ltd.)

  • August 2008

    Merged FAVORINA Co., Ltd. (former SD Holdings Co., Ltd.) and changed its business name to FAVORINA.

  • February 2010

    Relocated head office to Yakuin, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka City.

  • July 2012

    Relocated head office to Yakuin, Chuo Ward, Fukuoka City.

  • October 2012

    Integrated operation of Soft Energy Holdings Co., Ltd. in a share exchange.

  • March 2014

    Transferred all shares of associated company, Soft Energy Holdings Co., Ltd.

  • June 2014

    Integrated operation of SCIENCE BEAUTE Co., Ltd. in a share exchange.

  • May 2015

    Changed business name to 4Cs Holdings.
    Changed markets for listed companies to 2nd section of the Tokyo Stock Exchange.

  • July 2015

    Acquired business of subsidiary, Cure Co., Ltd.

  • June 2019

    Integrated operation of HACCP JAPAN Co., Ltd. in a share exchange.

  • October 2019

    Merged SCIENCE BEAUTE Co., Ltd. into FAVORINA Co., Ltd. (Merger between subsidiaries)

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