XPAND Code and a curling powerhouse collaborate, directly linking uniform to sponsor list
By: XPAND K.K.
By using XPAND Code, there is no need to fill uniforms with advertisements. Many supporters, including small companies and individuals, can be "uniform sponsors", so the team can expect to get more support.
In the WCT (World Curling Tour) tournament in Karuizawa Japan from December 19th to 22nd, the team will showcase their uniforms for the first time.
YouTube Live and TVs will stream/air this tournament. The uniform's XPAND Code can be read so we can expect to have secondary information outreach.
"Sports is one of the best fields for utilizing XPAND Code, and we are very pleased about this collaboration. Other curling teams are also planning to adopt it, and we expect this trend to spread to other sports in the future. Uniforms with advertisements all over them don't look pretty as they look like scenery from the red light district. We expect that this collaboration will be the start of the evolution of sports uniforms to adopt both convenience and beauty. It's my hope as a sports fan," said XPAND's Founder/CEO, Nanmoku.
In January 2020, XPAND will exhibit at "ISPO Munich" as one of 10 companies selected by the Tokyo Metropolitan government.
There, in addition to curling items from this round, there is also plans to exhibit the "Connected" sports equipment working together with major sports manufacturers.
When you use the "XPAND Code Generator", you can make XPAND Code for free. It's possible to materialize Connected Uniforms immediately, whether you are an amateur or a professional.
XPAND K.K. provides "XPAND Code", the barcode solution for space. XPAND Code links with your smartphone even from far away distances without ruining the design of the sign or scenery. XPAND offers innovative services to increase convenience for users of space such as public facilities, public transportation and commercial facilities.
XPAND Code / XPAND.CODES has undergone trademark, design, and utility model registration, and the international registration of the XPAND.CODES to the WIPO as a trademark.
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