19th February 2020 | By Daniel O’Boyle Regions: Europe Central and Eastern Europe Germany German lottery broker Zeal Network’s revenue and earnings declined in 2019, but the business said the year was still a success despite the acquisition of Lotto24 and move away from lottery betting affecting its financial performance.In May 2019, Zeal completed the acquisition of its former subsidiary Lotto24 and moved its registered office from the UK to Germany. This came as part of a change in business model to focus on lottery brokerage services, rather than lottery betting.The business said its 26.7% revenue decrease to €113.5m was due to a high prize pay-out owed to the old secondary lottery business and revenue dis-synergies resulting from the business model change.The business’s revenue came on billings – comprising all stakes from customers, including brokerage stakes and associated VAT, net of bets – of €466.7m, up 57.5% year-on-year.Other operating revenue came to €8.1m, meaning total operating performance (TOP), or the sum of revenue and other operating income, came to €121.6m, down 23.9% year-on-year.Zeal’s personnel expenses came to €23.0m, down 20.1%. This was largely due to a planned reduction in the number of employees at Zeal from 350 after the takeover, to 190. Absorbed employees from the Lotto24 takeover cost Zeal €22.0m.Other operating expenses decreased 17.0% to €69.5m, of which €22.1m were marketing expenses, up 12.2%. Direct operating expenses fell 33.6% to €29.4m, while indirect operating expenses declined 8.1% to €18.1m.This resulted in adjusted earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of €28.8m, down 39.6%.The business incurred amortisation and depreciation costs of €8.8m, eight times the cost in 2018, and non-recurring expenses of €11.1m, up 33.7%. These non-recurring expenses were mostly due to the business model change, at €9.1m, plus a further €2.0m from the Lotto24 takeover.Zeal’s earnings before interest and tax came to €8.8m, down 77.0%.Zeal did not disclose its final result after interest and tax.Jonas Mattsson, chief financial officer of ZEAL Network, said that although Zeal’s final result was lower than in 2018, it still represented a success due to the business model change and the costs of integrating Lotto24.“We are aware that we could only reach the latest milestones in the history of ZEAL Group with the support of our customers, employees and shareholders,” Mattsson said. “After leaving behind a long period of legal uncertainties and significantly improving our risk profile with the end of the secondary lottery business as the leading online provider of state lottery products, we can now fully focus on the continuously growing and socially valuable German online lottery business with two strong brands.“Knowing the great value and high loyalty of our customers, we look forward to setting out on this exciting journey.”For the fourth quarter of 2019, revenue came to €20.3m, down 53.5% year-on-year. This came on billings of €134.2mThe operator’s total operating performance fell to €20.4m, down 55.3%.Personnel expenses came to €5.8m, while other operating expenses totalled €14.5m. Marketing expenses came to €6.0m, direct operating expenses €2.6m and indirect costs of operations €5.1m.This resulted in fourth-quarter EBITDA of €500,000, less than one-thirtieth of EBITDA in Q4 of 2018.Zeal’s net result before interest and tax for the fourth quarter came to a net loss of €4.1m, down from a €9.2m profit in 2018.Zeal Network also issued its guidance for 2020, with billings projected in the range of €550-570m. Revenue for the year is expected to come in between €70m and €73m, with EBITDA to fall between €5m and €8m. Topics: Finance Lottery German lottery broker Zeal Network’s revenue and earnings declined in 2019, but the business said the year was still a success despite the acquisition of Lotto24 and move away from secondary lotteries affecting its financial performance. Subscribe to the iGaming newsletter Finance AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to FacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitter Brokerage pivot hits Zeal Network revenue in 2019 Email Address
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The first piece of information that struck me was the 25% increase in underlying core profit, to £810m. A healthy improvement in net cash position to £1.4bn is always good to hear, in case operations cease and you need cash reserves. But how often does that happen, you say? It pleased me to read there was a reduction in debt level, of £1.1bn. Debt generally makes me uneasy. However, a company managing its debt does make me feel better. COVID-19Last week, CEO Warren East announced a trading update relating to the Covid-19 pandemic and its impact. It revealed that RR is joining the Ventilator Challenge UK consortium. There was also mention of salary cuts for executives during this time.RR announced its decision to draw down fully on a £2.5bn revolving credit facility (RCF). Along with an additional RCF of £1.5bn and existing cash, RR’s liquidity stands at an almighty £6.7bn. The final dividend payment of 7.1p per share has been scrapped, saving a further £137m. Its 2020 forecasted financial guidance has also been scrapped. Year to date, there has been a 25% reduction in flying hours for its engines as planes are grounded worldwide. This reduction was approximately 50% in March overall. Next stepsI anticipate orders for new engines will be affected over the coming months and perhaps even a year or two. Rolls-Royce’s saving grace is that it is only one of two major suppliers of jet engines for wide body aircraft. For that reason, I do not imagine that RR will encounter any fatal problems. It also helps that the company possesses lucrative and trusted relationships with Boeing and Airbus. It is worth noting that the lockdowns and aircraft groundings will not last forever. There has already been easing of restrictions in some European and Asian countries. The world will fly again!Rolls-Royce is critical to the world’s airline industry, in my opinion. Further short-term pain is expected. 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Cedar House / JPE Design StudioSave this projectSaveCedar House / JPE Design Studio Photographs: Sam Noonan Manufacturers Brands with products used in this architecture project Save this picture!© Sam Noonan+ 11Curated by Paula Pintos Share Photographs Cedar House / JPE Design Studio ArchDaily Manufacturers: AutoDesk, Dinesen, AWS, Bluescope Lysaghts, TrimbleArchitect In Charge:JPE Design StudioInterior Design:Emma Jane InteriorsStructural Engineer:Jon RuddServices Engineer:Lucid ConsultingConstruction Team:Pascale ConstructionCity:Unley ParkCountry:AustraliaMore SpecsLess SpecsSave this picture!© Sam NoonanRecommended ProductsBlinds / Mosquito Nets / CurtainsBANDALUXConcealed Blind System – One-BoxDoorsC.R. LaurenceCRL-U.S. Aluminum Entice Series Entrance SystemWindowsLibartVertical Retracting Doors & WindowsDoorsStudcoAccess Panels – AccessDorText description provided by the architects. The form of Cedar House is a simple gesture toward the proportion and profiles of the existing streetscape, allowing the new building to merge with the surrounding array of early 20th century stone houses. The resulting building mass is ‘split’ and manipulated to create a wide central corridor extending from the front gate, through the main house and across the backyard, to finish as a diving platform for the pool at the rear of the property. This central circulation path encompasses the entirely of the site both inside and out, acting as a ‘spine’ that separates the children’s bedroom and bathrooms from the parent’s bedroom and study as well as spatially organising the larger open plan living spaces.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanSave this picture!PlansSave this picture!© Sam NoonanA reserved palette of materials creates a serene minimalist aesthetic. Rendered white plaster on blockwork, exposed off-form concrete, polished concrete floors and bagged white brickwork emphasise the simplicity of the building’s form and internal volumes. Externally is the distinctive charred cedar cladding, selected for its unique aesthetic and texture, longevity, flexibility and sustainability. The cedar boards, which were charred by hand on site work to soften the hard lines of the geometric building mass and allow the house to settle within the surrounding context while still accentuating it’s striking contemporary appearance.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanThe needs of our client’s growing young family were carefully considered in the programming of spaces. A series of smaller, secluded spaces join and overlook the larger open living areas. A mezzanine reading platform accessed via an oak stair creates an inspiring, secluded space, private but with views and connection to the main living spaces and external landscaping beyond. To the side of the lounge room, two custom made timber cavity sliding doors can be utilised to divide the children’s play/study space, providing an ability to adapt to cater for the family’s changing needs.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanThe landscape design plays a key role in creating a connection between internal and external spaces. The custom formed, raised concrete path is the physical and visual continuation of the internal corridor concept and as with the internal spaces acts to divide and organise larger portions of space. The rear deck is terraced to link the raised floor level of the main house with the expanse of backyard and planting selections and locations compliment the simplicity of the building form.Save this picture!© Sam NoonanProject gallerySee allShow lessContinuous Plate House 2.0 / F.A.D.S.Selected ProjectsPA House / Studio Guilherme TorresSelected Projects Share “COPY” 2016 CopyHouses•Unley Park, Australia Area: 520 m² Year Completion year of this architecture project “COPY” ShareFacebookTwitterPinterestWhatsappMailOrhttps://www.archdaily.com/953845/cedar-house-jpe-design-studio Clipboard Australia CopyAbout this officeJPE Design StudioOfficeFollowProductWood#TagsProjectsBuilt ProjectsSelected ProjectsResidential ArchitectureHousesOn FacebookUnley ParkAustraliaPublished on December 26, 2020Cite: “Cedar House / JPE Design Studio” 25 Dec 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed 10 Jun 2021.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 Howard Lake | 15 July 2016 | News Journalist and political commentator Peter Kellner is set to become the new chair of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO). He will succeed Sir Martyn Lewis, who has been chair of the representative body for charities, community groups and volunteering for the last six years.He has been appointed for a three-year term following a competitive process led by NCVO’s president, Tanni Grey-Thompson. His appointment is subject to ratification at NCVO’s annual general meeting in November.Commenting, Baroness Grey-Thompson said of Kellner:“His experience in chairing the boards of high-profile organisations combined with his expertise in politics and the media make him ideally positioned to lead NCVO in what is bound to be an uncertain political environment.”Kellner has worked at The Sunday Times, The Independent, The Observer and the BBC. He was chair of the online polling company YouGov from 2001 to 2007, and then served as its president until he stepped down earlier this year. He chaired the board of the Royal Commonwealth Society from 2009-2013.He said that he was excited to succeed Sir Martyn and to join CEO Stuart Etherington “at this challenging time for the voluntary sector”.He added: Advertisement About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of GoodJobs.org.uk. Researching massive growth in giving. Peter Kellner to be new chair of NCVO As chair, Kellner may serve a maximum of two three-year terms of office. Tagged with: NCVO Recruitment / people trustees “My aim is to support the continuing quest of the sector to be dynamic, innovative and professional, as well as caring, public-spirited and well-respected – and then to help tell that story persuasively to the outside world. In an era when family budgets are tight, and government finances face relentless pressure, that task – and NCVO’s role – is more vital than ever.”Sir Martyn welcomed his appointment, noting his “truly vast range of experience that embraces the business, media and political worlds as well as the voluntary sector”. 118 total views, 2 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis6 117 total views, 1 views today
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis4 “The Architectural Heritage Fund has been investing in community share offers for a number of years, including co-operative pubs such as the Ivy House in Peckham and workspaces such as Portland Works in Sheffield. We are excited by this new partnership with Co-operatives UK and look forward to working with them in supporting community businesses that will breathe new life into high streets and town centres through the regeneration of historic buildings.” More information for communities wanting to find out more or who are considering community share offers is available on the Community Shares Booster site. Melanie May | 28 February 2020 | News 360 total views, 3 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis4 Communities working together to save popular buildings and spaces can now apply for a share of a new £600,000 pot from the Architectural Heritage Fund.The Architectural Heritage Fund is a funding partner on the Community Shares Booster Programme, alongside Power to Change. The programme, delivered by Co-operatives UK in partnership with Locality, is a funding scheme to support community share offers. The wider fund is open to a range of projects with AHF’s contribution ring fenced for heritage projects that play an important role in high street revival and the economic resilience of an area.The new £600,000 injection of funding will pay for grants of up to £10,000 to community businesses, helping them launch community share offers. Equity investments of up to £50,000 to match amounts raised in community shares are also available.Marsden Grocery Community Benefit Society (pictured) is located in a conservation area near Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, and is one of the first community businesses to receive investment from the Architectural Heritage Fund, via the Programme. It has received matched investment of £6,650 towards its community share offer, which saw 396 local people come together raise over £53,000 to set up a co-operative grocery store after their local greengrocers closed.Fiona Russell, Chair of Marsden Grocery Community Benefit Society, said:“Marsden can feel a long way away from anywhere, particularly for older people and those struggling to make ends meet. Losing our greengrocers felt like a real moment of threat in our community. We were seriously worried that other retail businesses would follow and that our self-sufficiency, which is a village hallmark, would be lost.”“Support from the Community Shares Booster programme has been so important to the development of the shop. It gave us much-needed hope when we felt daunted by how much we had to raise. And the process of assessment itself was really helpful. It made us really think through the choices we were making and our business plan is far stronger for having to go through such a rigorous procedure. All in all, it’s strengthened our planning, built our confidence.”Matthew Mckeague, CEO at the Architectural Heritage Fund, said: Advertisement Tagged with: Funding heritage About Melanie May Melanie May is a journalist and copywriter specialising in writing both for and about the charity and marketing services sectors since 2001. She can be reached via www.thepurplepim.com. £600,000 available for threatened high street buildings Photo credit: Katie Byram 359 total views, 2 views today
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