Tech: engage:BDR set to book +150pc more revenue than last year
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Adtech engage:BDR (ASX:EN1) is having another bumper month and expects its revenue for 2019 to be well over double what it was last year.
It’s going to be a very nice Christmas indeed for engage:BDR, which is already raking in four times the revenues it was in December last year.
In the first 21 days of December 2018, the company booked $426,000. So far in December this year it has made around $1.7m, notching revenue growth of about 300 per cent year-over-year.
This news gave EN1 shares an initial 9 per cent lift this morning to an intra-day high of 2.5c.
December revenue is also 14 per cent higher than November, and engage:BDR has hit its highest ever daily average revenue record of $100,000 since it first lit up the ASX boards two years ago.
This has pushed full-year revenue up by $5.7m for 2019. Total consolidated revenue year-to-date stands at $17.1m.
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