Cellcom: A 40% growth of revenues at the end of June 2015
At the end of the first semester of the current year and since the beginning of the year, CELLCOM sales reached have 24 million dinars, that is to say, a 39.5% rise in comparison with the first 2014 first semester. The company has thus been able to achieve 53.6% of the income it had budgeted for the 2015 financial year. This increase can be explained by the […]
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CELLCOM: 40% INCOME GROWTH AT THE END OF JUNE 2015
At the end of the first semester of the current year, CELLCOM’s sales averaged 24 million dinars since the beginning of the year, that is to say, a 39.5% rise in comparison with the first 2014 semester. The company has thus been able to achieve 53.6% of the revenues it had budgeted for the 2015 financial year.
This increase can be explained by the continuing growth of mobile phones. During the first semester of 2015, CELLCOM sold 167,137 classic GSM, 128,553 Smartphones and 487 tablets.
Since the beginning of the year, CELLCOM’s financial charges have remained stable at 400 thousand dinars. The company registered no investment products during the first 2015 semester.
CELLCOM’s payroll increased by 33.4% by the end of last June at 1.2% million dinars. This increase can be explained by the fact that the commercial team has been strengthened by female promoters for a better coverage of the national territory and of a rationalization of marketing charges, the company explains.
In spite of this raise in absolute terms, the payroll/turnover has declined from 5.2% at the end of June 2014 to 5% at the end of June 2015.