Melbourne-founded mobile payments company Mr Yum has raised $89 million in a Series A funding round led by investment firm Tiger Global.
Online retailer Kogan has seen revenue decline by 5.3% to $219.5 million for the half year to the end of December 2019, but with net profits after tax of $8.9 million - up 20.8% from $7.4 million in the prior year.
Online retailer Kogan has had a sales boost in the first half of the 2020 financial year, with gross sales of its marketplace platform rising by 44% in the second quarter, boosting profits by 9%, and the company confident about future market growth.
Online retailer Kogan has launched its mobile prepay service in New Zealand under its Kogan Mobile brand in a deal with telco Vodafone.
Online retailer Kogan has blamed a sharp fall in new Apple products, in particular the new iPhone, for a drop in revenue of its global brands for the first half of full-year 2019, saying that revenue fell by 46.7% during the period.
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Online retailer Kogan has seen its shares fall by about a third on Monday, with a drop to $3.11, losing $1.53.
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Online retailer Kogan has had a big jump in revenue and profits for the full year to 30 June, on the back of a 45% boost in active customers to now claim 1.38 million total active customers.
Kogan.com registered its second consecutive win as Australia's favourite online store at last night's Australia Post Online Retail Industry Awards Gala event at the International Convention Centre, Sydney.
The founders of online retailer, Kogan.com, have "reluctantly" unloaded $42 million worth of the company's shares just a week after they tried to sell an even bigger tranche, an event that led to the share price falling.
Online discounter Kogan has exceeded $200 million in half-year revenue for the six months to the end of December, and now claims 1.16 million active customers, an addition of 366,000 customers over one year.
Clever countermover Kogan is always outmanoeuvering competitors, with his latest cunning stunt a countenancing face-off that makes Kogan's 16GB-laden and best unlimited mobile plan free, for 30 days - but only for 96 hours.
It’s been a milestone bonanza for the Kogan group of companies, with Kogan Mobile increasing data for all new and existing customers, and Kogan.com increasing active customers.
Kogan has continued its policy of underpromising and overdelivering in the 2016-17 financial year, proudly boasting of significantly outperforming the prospectus forecasts on “all key metrics” with all figures up.
Sending his troops into battle so the people know of his 40% off data-heavy 90-day plans, King of the Northward-bound Kogan Mobile is in the fight of his life to rule over the Seven MVNO kingdoms.
Online discounter Kogan has beaten forecasts for the three months to the end of June, producing new operating cashflows of $9.9 million for the quarter.
Online discount retailer Kogan has upgraded its full-year profit guidance and is now expecting EBITDA — earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation — to be more than $11.5 million for the full year 2017, an increase from previous guidance of between $10.5 and $11.5 million.
Online retailer Kogan has outstripped profit predictions for the first half of its first year of trading as a public company. (We have republished this story as we had made an unfortunate error in a previous report. We apologise for the mistake).
Solid trading and consumer spending over the Christmas shopping period helped boost Kogan.com’s financial performance, with the online discount retailer reporting a strong second quarter exceeding expectations for November and December.
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