票務平台Eventim在2018前六個月的收益大幅增長

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  • 票務平台Eventim在2018前六個月的收益大幅增長

      201810/0108:40
    ◎CTS Eventim發布了最新的財報,顯示2018年前六個月的收入和收益都有大幅增長。在其所有部門中,現場娛樂有最大的收穫,收入增長36%達到4.291億歐元,EBITDA(未計利息、稅項、折舊及攤銷前的利潤)增長57.4%為2850萬歐元。

    ◎該公司之前已經取得極為成功的第一季度,第一季的財報細節已於5月發布,而儘管市場狀況因為世界盃足球賽影響造成大型巡演和預售都比較少,但仍有不錯的成績。去年該公司首次收入超過10億歐元。

    ◎2018上半年,該公司的集團收入增長至6.066億歐元,比2017年同期的4.885億歐元增長24.2%。標準化的EBITDA攀升至9410萬歐元,比去年增長12.5%。Eventim的票務部門報告收入增長3.1%至1.834億歐元,標準化的EBITDA為6560萬歐元,比去年略高。對此該公司表示,儘管在整個營運過程中因為實施GDPR(歐盟的《一般資料保護規範》)而花費較多,但總的來說,該公司售出了2240萬張門票,網路售票量增加了近10%。

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    CTS Eventim released its latest financial results today (23 August), which indicate significant growth in revenue and earnings in the first six months of 2018. Of all its divisions, live entertainment saw the biggest gains with revenue rising 36 per cent to €429.1 million, and EBITDA (earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortisation) up 57.4 per cent to €28.5 million.

    The news follows an already successful first quarter, details of which were released back in May, and despite market conditions including fewer major tours and presales "due to the FIFA World Cup."

    In the first half of 2018, group revenue for the company rose to €606.6 million, up 24.2 per cent from €488.5 million over the same period in 2017. Normalised EBITDA climbed to €94.1 million, up 12.5 per cent on last year.

    Eventim's ticketing division reported revenue increases of 3.1 per cent to €183.4 million, and a normalised EBITDA of €65.6 million, slightly higher than last year. This, the company says, is despite the expense of implementing GDPR regulations throughout its operations. In all, the company sold 22.4 million tickets, with web ticketing volume up almost 10 per cent.

    Commenting on the news, CEO Klaus-Peter Schulenberg explained the boost in revenue and earnings was down to both live entertainment and ticketing. "Our strong Live Entertainment business and our online ticketing operations played a major role here."

    Last year, the company hit revenue in excess of €1 billion for the first time ever. Commenting on the news, CEO Klaus-Peter Schulenberg says, "this is a clear indication that we are well-equipped for further growth – not only in our present markets, but also beyond."

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