Aug 11, 2022 • 17M

[Podcast] NITORI: The IKEA of Japan on its way to World Domination

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Rei Saito
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Nitori is Japan's largest furniture and interior retailer. They are often referred to as the Japanese IKEA with its strategy of offering packaged furniture the customers assemble.

Nitori's products are known in Japan for their good quality and reasonable prices. In fact, they are often touted for using sturdier material and simpler installation than IKEA. Also, as Nitori is a public company, you can invest in its stock; something that you cannot do with IKEA.

In this podcast episode, I will analyze Nitori's business performance, financial details, and the stock price, and ask whether the current stock price is attractive.