Photozou was incorporated by Mr. Shintaro Yamada - President of the Japanese registered company UNOU. Mr Yamada is a well-known Japanese entrepreneur.
Photozou expanded into the mobile device sector, and later partnered with Twitter Japan.
UNOU was acquired by the American social gaming company Zynga which was a subsidiary of Japanese telecommunication giant SoftBank. The company name was then changed from UNOU to Zynga Japan.
Mr. Shintaro Yamada incorporated a new e-commerce platform which company was called Mercari.
Zynga Japan was acquired by Japanese tech company - Digital Garage and a smart phone version of Photozou was released.
Photozou Co., Ltd. became independent from OFF Line Co., Ltd. Mr. Koichi Ishizuka continues as President and CEO of both.
In preparation for the OTC Market and NASDAQ IPO - Photozou Co., Ltd. Japan established U.S. based Photozou Holdings Inc.
The Photozou Advertisement Co., Ltd. Japan was established as an advertisement arm and also specializing in the sales and trading of used camera equipment.
Photozou Co., Ltd. entered into a partnership agreement with one of the largest Philippine e-commerce company. This agreement sees Photozou providing value added photo sharing and data storage services to the 3.5 million users. This has increased the registered members of Photozou to over 10.5 million.
Photozou’s S1 report was granted by FINRA.
Konica Minolta, Inc. and Yanmer Co., Ltd. have chosen us to be their OEM partner for the drone operated picture storage for Japanese agriculture business. A new chapter of Photozou business towards IoT.
Form-211 was issued to FINRA as of July 9th 2019.
In the beginning of October 2019, Photozou's stock ticker symbol was issued as "PTZH" and listed on OTC market in the U.S..
Photozou Koukoku Co., Ltd. (JAPAN) a subsidiary of Photozou Holdings, Inc. (PTZH) unites photographers & models as a new services, and announces new international & domestic business expansion plans.
Photozou Koukoku Co., Ltd. (Japan) a subsidiary of Photozou Holdings, Inc. (PTZH) has begun offering used cameras and lenses for sale to American camera enthusiasts via Amazon.com.
Photozou Koukoku Co., Ltd. (Japan) a subsidiary of Photozou Holdings, Inc. (PTZH) has begun offering premium free pictures via Photozou Stock.