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NEW WORK SE

We believe in a world of work where people can find their true self and achieve their full potential – for a better working life.

OUR BRANDS NEW WORK SE

Every single day, our ten prestigious brands help shape the future of work by focussing on people. Consequently, our products and services are essential to making working life more fulfilling for individuals, while companies enjoy greater success.

08/11/2022 | NEW WORK SE

NEW WORK SE reports double-digit growth in first half of 2022

– NEW WORK SE, parent company of, for instance, XING, the leading online business network in German-speaking countries, and kununu, a leading employer review platform in Europe, today published its figures for the first half of 2022. Pro forma revenues saw a double-digit rise of 12 per cent to €152.6 million (H1 2021: €136.2 million) during the first half of 2022, while pro forma EBITDA for the period grew 2 per cent to €53.5 million (€52.6 million). The reason for the slightly underproportional growth is less marketing expenditure and travel expenses in the same period of the previous year. Pro forma net profit came in at €24.3 million, down 1.7 per cent from €26.0 million in H1 2021 due to one-time write-downs as a result of introducing a new strategy for the XING platform.
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06/01/2022 | NEW WORK SE

NEW WORK SE: CEO Petra von Strombeck renews contract for another four years

The NEW WORK SE Supervisory Board has decided to extend CEO Petra von Strombeck’s tenure until 31 December 2026.
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06/01/2022 | NEW WORK SE

NEW WORK SE: Annual General Meeting agrees to pay dividend of EUR 2.80 and a special dividend of EUR 3.56

At today’s AGM, shareholders of Hamburg-based NEW WORK SE (ISIN DE000NWRK013) approved the dividend payment proposed by the Executive Board and Supervisory Board. Investors with shares entitled to receive a dividend will receive an eight per cent higher dividend of EUR 2.80 EUR per share along with a special dividend of EUR 3.56 EUR per share, amounting to a total payout of EUR 35.7 million.
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