On the evening of June 6th, information from Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEx) showed that Nayuki had passed the listing hearing of HKEx, which also means that Nayuki may become “the first stock of new-style Chinese tea”.
In November 2015, the first Nayuki shop opened in Shenzhen city. Until December 31st, 2020, Nayuki has a wide network of high-end ready-made tea shops. Now they operate 556 Nayuki shops in Chinese market, covering 66 cities. There is also a store in Japan, and they plan to open another 650 stores in the next two years. It is worth noting that, even under the severe impact of COVID-19, the turnover of Nayuki is still growing at a high speed for three consecutive years, with a net profit of 62.17 million RMB in 2020.