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Digitalization was the clear focus of Ströer Media AG’s activities in fiscal year 2013. Seven acquisitions provided the basis for the Company’s entry into the online advertising business, while the purchase of the international online marketer Ballroom also ensured the successful roll-out of Ströer’
Ströer Media AG is planning to change its legal form from a German corporation (AG) to a European corporation (Societas Europaea/SE). This up-to-date, modern legal form will clearly demonstrate Ströer Media AG’s image of itself as a European company to the public. The business activities of Ströer M
Cologne, 13 November 2012 The third quarter of 2012 saw Ströer Out-of-Home Media AG continue to invest selectively in its specific growth projects in Germany and abroad. The Group focused particularly on the roll-out of digital advertising media and premium billboards and is seeing positive developm
Ströer Out-of-Home Media AG continued to be faced with volatile markets in the first half of 2012. Nevertheless, the group further advanced its investment core areas. The group was unable to match the high revenue of the prior-year period. In the first half of the year, consolidated organic revenue
Cologne, 29 March 2012 Ströer Out-of-Home Media AG continued on its growth path in fiscal year 2011, mainly due to its strong performance in Germany. The Group's revenue increased by 8.6% from EUR 531.3m in the prior year to EUR 577.1m. Adjusted for increases in investments and exchange rate effects
Ströer continued on its successful growth course in the second quarter of 2016. Revenue in the first six months was up 38.2% from EUR 363.4m to EUR 502.3m. The increase primarily stems from the acquisition of T-Online in November 2015, along with organic revenue growth of 8.7%. Bolstered by the good
Ströer SE & Co. KGaA continues on its profitable growth course in the first six months of 2017. Revenue grew 19% year on year from EUR 502m to EUR 597m, with organic revenue growth at 7.6%. Operational EBITDA increased by a substantial 18% in the first six months, up from EUR 115m to EUR 136m. Adjus