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GLOBAL STRUCTURE

GLOBAL STRUCTURE

A MULTI-HUB NETWORK THAT GLOBALLY DEVELOPS Research and Innovation ACTIVITIES BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF AND MAXIMIZING THE REGIONAL STRENGTHS

In the past, we promoted the “hub-and-spoke model,” in which our centers in Japan led basic research and shared the outcomes with our centers around the world. However, from 2019, we are promoting a “multi-hub network,” allowing our 8 centers around the world to pursue research by taking advantage of and maximizing their regional strengths to meet local consumer needs, and develop outcomes globally.

our centers

SHISEIDO GLOBAL INNOVATION CENTER (DUBBED “S/PARK”) REALIZES ACCELERATION OF JAPANESE BEAUTY INNOVATION

The concept of the Global Innovation Center “S/PARK” is “the fruitful fusion of knowledge and people.”
It is a facility with various spaces dedicated to collaborative works.
Shiseido research development accelerates collaboration and realizes innovation with the expertise of both people inside the company and external partners from advanced research institutes, across different research areas and industry sectors, as well as consumers.

COLLABORATION LAB

Through various joint research with partners in different research areas and industry sectors, we will achieve the integration of external knowledge and technologies in a speedy manner.

COLLABORATION LAB About S/PARK

LIVING LAB

With the representation of an apartment room, we will analyze beauty activities and needs from various perspectives.

LIVING LAB

PROMOTION OF JOINT RESEARCH AND LARGE-SCALE ALLIANCE WITH RESEARCH INSTITUTES AROUND THE WORLD

We promote the creation of new products and services by integrating our expertise with external partners’ technologies through joint research, business alliances and M&A activities. Here are our main activities:

Joint research with MGH/Harvard CBRC*

  • *MGH/Harvard CBRC (Cutaneous Biology Research Center) was founded with Shiseido’s support as a comprehensive research center for conducting advanced research on dermatology in 1989 by Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School.