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How to Build a Global Fashion Giant, According to Uniqlo CEO Tadashi Yanai

In a lengthy and revealing interview with Business of Fashion, Uniqlo chief and Japan’s richest man Tadashi Yanai has deciphered the key elements of his brand’s “soul” that helped transform it from a single men’s tailoring store to a global fashion giant. After taking over the business from his father, Yanai built Uniqlo — then called Og?ri Sh?ji […]
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