Nikon has just released its 2020 financial results alongside its medium-term management plan.
How does the manufacturer see its future in the wake of last year’s financial results?
Viewed over a 5-year financial segment, income has dropped from nearly 800B Yen (about $8B) in 2015 to the just-announced 591B Yen.
Product Focus: perhaps obvious, but to focus development on products that are actually going to sell and have higher margins.
What’s noticeable about Nikon’s medium-term strategy is the focus on its other divisions, almost to the exclusion of Imaging.

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