Record-breaking year for Egmont

Egmont had its best year ever in 2021, with all businesses seeing success in terms of both content and commercial results.

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Egmont delivered strong content and growth across its businesses in 2021. Revenue climbed more than EUR 500m to EUR 2.1bn, and earnings before tax (excluding non-recurring gains) doubled to EUR 168m.

"This record year gives us a strong platform from which to deliver even more stories, journalism and unique content in the coming years," comments Egmont's President and CEO, Steffen Kragh. 

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TV 2 had a strong year, gained market shares and grew its streaming service TV 2 Play.

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Nordisk Film had a great year with Oscar success and strong growth in revenue and earnings.

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Story House Egmont had high growth and strong results in media, e-commerce and agencies.

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Egmont Books saw further growth in both Cappelen Damm and Lindhardt og Ringhof.

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EUR 2,073m


EUR 390m

Earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, and amortisation (EBITDA)

EUR 168m

Earnings before tax (EBT) (excl. one-time gains)

We bring stories to life
We grow businesses
We give back to society

We bring stories to life

We tell stories in films, TV, magazines, and books that engage millions of consumers every day. Towards 2025, we will invest DKK 50 billion in content.

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We grow businesses

Towards 2025, Egmont will double five business areas: TV streaming, digital books, computer games, digital agencies, and e-commerce.

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We give back to society

In 2021, we donated EUR 13m to charitable activities. Egmont is a foundation with a dual purpose: to develop media and to support children and young people at risk.

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