Sales up 27% in Q3 for en Japan
en Japan has announced sales in the third quarter were 28.87 billion up 27.4% and profits of 7.14 billion were up 32.9%. President, Takatsugu Suzuki, said the performance was driven by its job board and job search.
On the job board, each site continued to enjoy favourable effects and performed strongly. Sales expanded steadily, mainly for customers with a large advertising budget. Total sales for the job board were higher than expected. The company reported net sales increased 39% YoY for the first nine months of the fiscal year, maintaining higher growth than the market.
In job search, net sales of en japan’s job search increased 31% YoY for the first nine months of the fiscal year. The increase for the third quarter was 39% YoY, reflecting high growth. Subsidiary EWJ posted high net sales and shifted to a profit-growing trend. In the third quarter, net sales increased 21% YoY.
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