MEDIROM Healthcare Technologies Inc. Announces March 2022 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)
Total Customers Served: 61,417 – Sales Per Customer: JPY 6,595 – Customer Repeat Ratio: 82.4%
NEW YORK, April 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- MEDIROM Healthcare Technologies Inc. (NasdaqCM: MRM), a holistic healthcare company based in Japan (the “Company”), today announced its major Key Performance Indicators, or KPIs, updated for the month of March 2022. Data is provided for all salons for which comparative financial and customer data is available and excludes certain salons where such information is not available.
The following monthly KPIs provide insight into the business fundamentals and progress of the Company, updated for the month of March 2022.
- The number of salons was 310 in March 2022, up from 303 in the year-ago period, primarily as a result of the acquisition of another salon brand in May 2021.
- Total customers served decreased to 61,417 in March 2022 from 62,441 in the year-ago period. Total customers served recovered from the previous month due to seasonal factors, but is still affected by the Omicron variant.
- Sales per customer increased to JPY6,595 in March 2022, up from JPY6,352 in March 2021. The increase is attributed to the upselling of value-added optional services.
- Our repeat ratio, a measure of repeat customers, slightly increased to 82.4% in March 2022 from 81.9% in the year-ago period.
- Our operation ratio decreased to 46.5% in March 2022 from 47.0% in the year-ago period. As in the previous month, the decrease is primarily attributed to the decrease in the total customers served due to the impact of the Omicron variant.
- The total number of salons with data was 217 in March 2022, no change from 217 in March 2021. The number of salons with data decreases when we close salons with data available and increases as we open salons with such data.
|Repeat Ratio (*5)||Operation Ratio (*6)|
|April -21||301||219||63,682||JPY 6,250||81.4||%||46.3||%|
(*1) Number of Salons: Includes our directly-operated salons, and franchisees’ salons.
(*2) Number of Salons with Data: The number of salons for which comparable financial and customer data is available.
(*3) Total Customers Served: The number of customers served at salons for which comparative financial and customer data is available.
(*4) Sales Per Customer: The ratio of total salon sales to number of treated customers at all salons for which comparable financial and customer data is available.
(*5) Repeat Ratio: The ratio of repeat customer visits to total customer visits in the applicable month for all salons for which comparable financial and customer data is available.
(*6) Operation Ratio: The ratio of therapists’ in-service time to total therapists’ working hours (including stand-by time) for the applicable month for all salons for which comparable financial and customer data is available.
*Since July 2021, the salon operation business has been managed by Wing Inc., which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company.
About MEDIROM Healthcare Technologies Inc.
MEDIROM a holistic healthcare company, operates 310 (as of March 31, 2022) relaxation salons across Japan, Re.Ra.Ku®, being its leading brand, and provides healthcare services. In 2015, MEDIROM entered the health tech business, and launched new healthcare programs using on-demand training app called “Lav®”, which is developed by the company. MEDIROM also entered the device business in 2020 and is developing a smart tracker “MOTHER Bracelet” (formerly known as “MOTHER Tracker®”). MEDIROM hopes that its diverse health related services and products offering will help it collect and manage healthcare data from users and customers and enable it to become a leader in big data in the healthcare industry. For more information, visit https://medirom.co.jp/en
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