Swedish niche job specialist NetJobs increased its revenue in 2021 and showed a positive but small earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA). The group primarily operates in Sweden, but also has a presence in Germany.

NetJobs has a small staff of only 10 people, but runs 11 different niche sites.  The group has had several years of setbacks even before the pandemic.  In 2019,  revenue reached SEK 23.7 million ($2.5 million U.S.) compared to last year’s SEK 19.2 million ($2 million U.S.).

The company is listed on OMX First North in Stockholm. It has 1,400 shareholders with one strong owner, Trottholmen controlling 82% of the shares.

In Q4, revenue increased by 49%, and the company hopes for continued revenue increases.

According to its report, NetJobs will resume its job search conventions since almost all Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted in Sweden. The goal is now to grow the business organically with increased marketing.

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