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A new scale of ambition
Vercom’s key strategic objectives
Integration / Automation / Expansion
We are strengthening our position as one of the leading CEE providers of technology for communication processes automation and integration in the CPaaS formula while increasing global expansion through numerous acquisitions.
Growth / Customers / Tools
We're maintaining a high growth rate by increasing sales from existing clients and constantly acquiring new ones - mainly from the rapidly growing e-commerce sector. In addition, we're planning to extend our offer with tools and services for instant messengers such as Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp or Viber.
EBITDA / 2023
Comparing to 2020, we've managed to double the 2023 Operating EBITDA while maintaining the level of profitability.
|Shareholder||Number of shares||Share Capital||Numer of votes GM||Voting shares at GM|
|R22||10 113 850||54,76%||10 113 850||55,13%|
|Adam Lewkowicz||1 643 250||8,90%||1 643 250||8,96%|
|Krzysztof Szyszka||1 443 300||7,81%||1 443 300||7,87%|
|Tomasz Pakulski||143 450||0,78%||143 450||0,78%|
|Own shares||126 850||0,69%||0||0,00%|
|Funds managed by Nationale-Nederlanden Powszechne Towarzystwo Emerytalne S.A. *||1 250 715||6,77%||1 250 715||6,82%|
|Other||3 749 285||20,30%||3 749 285||20,44%|
|Total||18 470 700||100,00%||18 343 850||100,00%|
|* including Nationale-Nederlanden Otwarty Fundusz Emerytalny||1 100 736||5,96%||1 100 736||6,00%|
Founder and key executive of the R22 Group, which provides comprehensive services for strengthening the Internet presence and improves business processes automation/digitization – mostly communication, marketing and sales. He’s the primary author of acquiring hosting businesses strategy – over the last five years, the Group acquired about twenty companies in Poland and other CEE countries. Gained his experience working as a founder of all R22 Group acquired companies.
Graduate of the Faculty of Power and Aeronautical Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology. Gained his experience working as a Technical Director at PPU Allmet, Head of Investment Department at Elbląg City Hall, member of the Elbląg Municipal Buildings Management Board, and also member of the Elbląg Municipal Transport and Elbląg Waterworks and Sewage Company Supervisory Boards. Since 2006 entitled to being Supervisory board member, and since 2009 – to issue energy performance certificates.
Graduate of Harvard Business School (TGMP), IECS in Strasbourg, UMIST in Manchester and the University of Warsaw. She has been a member of the European Innovation Council since 2017. For 5 years she was Vice President of the Polish Association of Capital Investors (PSIK). In 2018 she was included in the list of Top 50 Women in Tech by Forbes magazine. She was several times on the list of 50 most influential women in Europe in the venture capital and startups sector. she was Global Head of Telecommunications, Media and IT at Raiffeisen Investment in Vienna. She started her career in finance at Citigroup and ING in London, before taking responsibility for private and public equity investments as Principal at the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development in London. Kinga Stanislawska meets the independence criteria set by the Act on Statutory Auditors, Audit Firms and Public Supervision of 11 May 2017 and the requirements indicated in the Good Practices of Companies Listed on the WSE.
Graduate of the Business Administration faculty at the University of North Carolina and Accounting postgraduate studies at the Poznań University of Economics. Since 2011, he’s been a statutory auditor. Gained his professional experience as an Assistant Auditor at BDO sp. z o.o., Assistant Auditor and Audit Manager at PKF Consult z o.o. sp.k., and Financial Director at Ebrex Polska sp. z o.o. His work meets ‘The Code of Best Practice for WSE Listed Companies’ independence criteria.
Graduate of the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Law and Administration. Received his PMP certificate from Project Management Institute. For 7 years he worked at IBM Poland managing projects and business development. Since 2007, he has worked for the Asseco Group, where initially he managed the sales department and, in the following years, he was responsible for the Group’s development outside Poland by participating in acquisition processes and subsequent supervision over the acquired companies. At present, he serves on the management boards of Asseco Western Europe SA, Bioalter Sp. z o.o. Allter Power Sp. z o.o., Polish Association of Agricultural Biogas Producers (PSPBR) and Polish Fintech Investors Association (SPIF). Aleksander Duch meets the independence criteria set by the Act on Statutory Auditors, Audit Firms and Public Supervision of 11 May 2017 and the requirements indicated in the Good Practices of Companies Listed on the WSE.
|2018||2019||2020*||2020 pro-forma results**|
|Gross sales profit||16,3||24,9||35,5||41,8|
|Operating EBITDA margin||17%||24%||22%||22%|
|Net profit margin||10%||19%||17%||16%|
|Net debt at the end of the period||-0,3||14,1||39||35,1|
Historical data on dividends:
|26.04.2019||8 million PLN|
|12.05.2020||10,3 million PLN|
|08.04.2021||15,1 million PLN|
Due to the planned acquisitions (in particular, those indicated in p. 4 of the Prospectus), the Management Board does not intend to recommend to the General Shareholders Meeting paying dividends before the distribution of the profit for the financial year 2022. Moreover, the 2022 profit distribution decision will depend on the Group’s current financial situation and liquidity and investment plans. Ultimately, the Management Board recommends dividends equal to 40 % of Issuer’s net result, provided that such a decision is made by General Meeting Shareholders every year, after the Management Board’s recommendation based on the company’s current financial situation and its future investments.
|06.05.2021||Debut on WSE|
|25.05.2021||Report Q1 2021|
|31.08.2021||1H 2021 Report|
|16.11.2021||Q3 2021 Report|