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Square Enix

A company I would like to work for.
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Amanda Vidican

on 30 June 2010

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Transcript of Square Enix

Enix and Square started out as two seperate companies. Eidansha Boshu Service Center is founded in 1975, and
formally changed to Enix Corporation in 1982. 1986 Square Co., LTD was founded. 1987 Square Co., LTD came out with
Final Fantasy. 1987 Enix came out with Dragon Quest 2. April 2003, Square Co., LTD merges with Enix Corporation, renaming it Square Enix Co., LTD. 1986 released a game, but it was a total flop.
Final Fantasy was released the following year, thought to be their final game.
Final Fantasy became Square's trademark game.
Played on the Nintendo console's.
1998 Square established jointly with Electronic Arts. (LA, CA)
Collabrated with Playstation 1997
And Collabrated with Walt Disney, in March 2002 for Kingdom Hearts.
Square Enix'sProfit's and Predictions

March 2010, Revenue 192.257 Yen ($2.o8b)
March 2009, Revenue 135.693b Yen (increased by 42% the following year)
Profits March 2009 63.33b and grew to 95.09b Yen ($103m)
Reaccuring income of 27.8b Yen for the FY, a record for the company.

Predicitions
March 2011 FY, Square Enix projects revenues 160b Yen- 17% Drop
Though profits are still predicted to rise to 12b Yen ($126m, 95 yen to the $1 rate.) President and Representative Director Yoichi Wada
Joined Square Co.,LTD 2000, and became President in 2008

Executive Vice President and Representative Director
Keiji Honda

Director
Yosuke Matsuda

Director
Yukinobu Chida

Auditor
Ryoichi Kobayashi Square Enix is a production of fantasy based video games, and movies. And they happen to be very successful with it. Because of their innovative, miraculous, and heart melting performances within these games and movies it's almost inspirational.
Corporate Philosophy
To spread happiness across the globe by providing unforgettable experiences

This philosophy represents our company’s mission and the beliefs for which we stand.

Each of our customers has his or her own definition of happiness.
Square Enix provides high-quality content, services, and products to help those customers create their own wonderful, unforgettable experiences, thereby allowing them to discover a happiness all their own.Corporate Philosophy
To spread happiness across the globe by providing unforgettable experiences. Because of the success of their games they offer lots of competition.
But from what Square Enix says "Competition is good!". And in order to
help other companies they make "certain" games available.
Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles - Nintendo
Final Fantasy 11 - Available for PS, XBox, and PC's.
Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories - Gameboy Advance
Batman: Arkham Asylum - PS3 and XBox




Enviromental Threats
E-waste - Obsolete Electronics
Co2 Emissions (Fossil Fuels)
PVC -Poison Plastics
Greenhouse gases- trapped heat in the atmosphere
A lot of electronics produce these kind of
enviromental threats, video game producers
are no exception.

Certain components of some electronic products contain materials that render them hazardous, depending on their condition and density. For instance, California law currently views nonfunctioning CRTs (cathode ray tubes) from televisions and monitor as hazardous.
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