Sales of CEWE PHOTOBOOK exceed expectations. Corporate targets all reached in 2018: turnover and EBIT each increase by around 9 %. Tenth consecutive dividend increase: 1.95 euros per share. 2019 forecast: turnover to rise to between 655 and 690 million euros, and EBIT to between 52 and 58 million euros.
Accelerace has just accepted 21 startups for their five accelerator programs within tech, cleantech, foodtech and life sciences (biotech and medtech). The 21 startups are from Finland, Ireland, Great Britain, Iceland, Italy and Denmark and are selected from over 6’000 screened startups.
Accelerace has secured a $1.7 million investment from Færchfonden, The Danish Growth Fund and Symbion endorsing the valuable contribution Accelerace makes to the startup community. This investment will provide the additional resources Accelerace needs to expand its services to entrepreneurs. In particular, its consultancy, mentorship, access to industry experts, investors and larger corporations.
Norwegian market leader in ebook and audiobook sales, EBOK.NO, has launched a new subscription service for ebooks and audiobooks, EBOK.NO Pluss. The price is NOK 149 (about â‚¬ 16.5) for the "˜all you can read' solution. The new subscription model is an add-on relative to the individual book sales that EBOK.NO is known for.
On May 24th, 2016, the Danish Minister for Health, Ms Sophie Løhde, will kick off the unique international conference, The Danish Hospital Construction Projects Conference and Expo 2016, which will be hosted by three Danish regions.
Spaldings is one of the leading distributors of groundcare and agriculture products. With more than 10,000 products and various new products being developed and introduced every year, Spaldings needed an efficient Product Information Management solution to house all of their data. The perfect solution was found in the Perfion PIM system.
It is no secret that Google is smitten with machine learning and the endless possibilities of automation. Now, Copenhagen-based machine learning-startup CloudCutout is predicted to revolutionize the cut-out industry,- and they have just raised their first seed round from Danish SEED Capital.
Throughout his career that started out in journalism, Mark has achieved great knowledge of many different IT tools, including publishing and graphical tools. Thus, Mark will be another great addition to Perfion's gifted team of consultants.
The international premium manufacturer of award-winning fittings for bathrooms and kitchens Aloys F. Dornbracht GmbH & Co. KG is headquartered in Iserlohn, Germany. The company insists on the highest quality - also when it comes to Product Information Management.
The battle of the sublime domain name is over! Business owners nightmares regarding cases of domain disputes, that brand-lawyers make a lavish amount of money on, has been sent off for counting. One Registry opens up for the brand new and completely empty top-level domain: .one.
Leading digital expert Nathan Hull from the world's largest trade publisher, Penguin Random House, joins Danish e-book success Mofibo as Chief Business Development Officer, where he is going to predict as well as create the digital future.
In the months leading up to the Eurovision Song Contest in Copenhagen in 2014, the Danish Broadcasting Corporation, DR, needed to be able to upload and download large media files and subsequently share, edit and distribute them to editors, producers and filmmakers in the 37 participating countries.
Established IT firm Xperience Group has launched a new cloud computing platform, thecloudsimplified.com, on 1st April 2014 which enables users to purchase, manage and provision servers in less than 30 seconds, from as little as Â£23.50 per month.
Looking for a better mobile web experience on your basic phone or BlackBerry device? Opera Mini 8 is out now, with a restyled look and features that bring out the best in your mobile phone. Custom made for the Java platform on basic phones, Opera Mini has more than 250 million monthly users worldwide and now comes with more features than ever.