Corporate History

February 1993
Bell-Park founded to act as an agent for mobile communications services and networking products in Nagatacho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
May 1994
Head office relocated to Kojimachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
April 1995
Signed sales agent contract with Tokyo Digital Phone Ltd. (present : Softbank Corp.).
May 1995
Established Tokyo Digital Phone Service Shop (present: SoftBank Shop), which is approved by Tokyo Digital Phone Ltd. (present : Softbank Corp.).
May 2000
Trade of Bell-Park shares in Japan Securities Dealers Association.
November 2004
Head office relocated to Hirakawa-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.
December 2004
Deleted the store registration in Japan Securities Dealers Association, and got listed in JASDAQ Stock Exchange.
June 2009
Took over 52 SoftBank Shops (22 directly-managed stores and 30 franchised stores) and wholesale business from Panasonic Telecom Co., Ltd.
December 2009
Conclude Apple Authorized Premium Reseller agreement with Apple Japan Inc (present: Apple Japan GK).
January 2010
Established Apple Premium Reseller, which sells a product that approved by Apple Japan Inc (present: Apple Japan GK).
April 2010
Got listed in the JASDAQ market of Osaka Securities Exchange, as JASDAQ Stock Exchange and Osaka Stock Exchange were merged.
October 2010
Got listed in JASDAQ (standard) of Osaka Securities Exchange, as the Hercules market, the JASDAQ market, and the NEO market of Osaka Securities Exchange were integrated.
December 2010
Concluded a basic contract for distributorship with WILLCOM, Inc (present: SoftBank Corp.).
February 2011
Established WILLCOM PLAZA (present: Ymobile Shop), which is approved by WILLCOM, Inc (present: SoftBank Corp.).
February 2013
Conclude a sales agency agreement with KDDI CORPORATION.
June 2013
Established au Shop, which is approved by KDDI CORPORATION.
July 2013
Got listed in the JASDAQ (standard) market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange in accordance with the integration of the Tokyo Stock Exchange and the Osaka Securities Exchange.
February 2014
We acquired shares of OC mobile Co., Ltd. (present: Bell-Park Next Co.,Ltd.) to get it a wholly owned subsidiary.