Tokyo exchange. Sector: Communication Services. Industry: Advertising Agencies. Location Japan, Tokyo.

Orchestra Holdings Inc. [6533.TJapan

2,382USD45 (-1.89%)

• At close Fri Oct 07 2022

162,513,992 USD
MARKET CAP
51.971
PE
1.139
BETA (5y)
44.390
EPS

profit

220%

for 5 years

profit

165%

for 3 years

profit

99%

for 2 years

profit

11%

for 1 year

profit

-9%

for this year

About Orchestra Holdings Inc.

Orchestra Holdings Inc. engages in the digital transformation, digital marketing, and other businesses in Japan. Its solutions include IT engineer services, artificial and business intelligence support, cloud integration, system development, and other services. The company is also involved in the provision of digital marketing support; venture capital services to entrepreneurs; internet and digital advertising; web design; content marketing; SEO services; and merger and acquisition advisory services. In addition, it develops Urala, an app for fortune telling chat consultations; Skill Navi, a SaaS talent management system; and TechReach, a job information site for freelance engineers. The company was formerly known as Digital Identity Inc. and changed its name to Orchestra Holdings Inc. in July 2017. Orchestra Holdings Inc. was incorporated in 2009 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

株式会社Orchestra Holdings(オーケストラホールディングス)は、企業ビジョンである「創造の連鎖」の実現を目指し、インターネット広告代理事業を中心としたデジタルマーケティング事業を主力に、ライフテクノロジー事業を始めとした、新たな成長分野へも積極的に挑戦し、企業価値の継続的な向上を目指してまいります。

Orchestra Holdings Inc.
https://www.orchestra-hd.co.jp
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