• Gigaset enters next phase of its transformation

    Back in 2012, Gigaset’s CEO Charles Fränkl spelled out as part of the “Strategy 2015” that the company was moving toward a medium-sized organization. Changing markets make it neces-sary to abandon the established (cost) structures of a big business concern and to address new growth areas with a more dynamic setup. As the next step in this process, Gigaset today announced plans to transform the company in the business segment of cordless phones for private customers.


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  • Figures for the 3rd quarter of 2015: Gigaset improves consolidated net income, in particular due to reorganization of trademark rights

    * Consolidated revenue of €208.4 million (Q3/2014: €218.9 million)

    * EBITDA of €21.6 million (Q3/2014: €8.1 million)

    * Consolidated net income of minus €0.4 million (Q3/2014: minus €11.2 million)

    * Free cash flow: minus €30.7 million (Q3/2014: minus €19.3 million)

    * CEO Charles Fränkl: “We’ve entered the smartphone market and achieved a further milestone. Now we have to successfully establish the new products on the market to counter the decline in revenue in our core business.”

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