The world is becoming more digital by the second and customer expectations on brands to deliver great experiences across channels and touch points are growing faster than ever.
Through our teams we work with our clients internal structure and external marketing communications. We utilize a broad set of competencies and services with the common denominator of always aiming for world class customer experiences across the entire customer loop.
To achieve this we have gathered a number of agencies, each bringing a pioneering digital spearhead competence to the table. Our view is that the road to success is paved with the needs and wants of the customer. This has a profound effect on the way we approach our challenges.
Assuming the customer is always right, we are geared towards helping you fulfill their needs, from the first impression towards a lasting relationship with your brand.
We believe in collaboration, within our group, with you, your partners and most importantly with your customers. Knowledge left unshared is knowledge wasted. The only way to get things done is to share knowledge and knowhow and take the end customer on a journey to where they want to be.
The Nordic Morning Group comprises the parent company, Nordic Morning Plc, and its subsidiaries CountQuest, Sitrus, Ottoboni, Klikki, Seed Digital Media, Mods, Edita Publishing, Edita Prima and Edita Bobergs.
Responsibility for the Nordic Morning Group’s governance and operations rests with Nordic Morning Plc’s governing bodies, which consist of the General Meeting of Shareholders, the Board of Directors, and the CEO. Group management directs, guides, develops, and supervises the operations of the Group companies.
Anne Årneby, CEO of Nordic Morning
Heikki Autio, VP, Campaigns & Dialogue
Christian Sahlgren, Managing Director, Sitrus
Annika Linna, VP, Communications & CR
Kati Niemelä, CFO
Annika Parkkonen, VP, HR
Päivi Hietanen, Managing Director, Edita Publishing
Mattias Falkendal, VP, Visibility & Service Design
Per Sjödell, Chairman
Jukka Ruuska, Deputy Chairman
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We want to be the preferred partner of those who consider responsibility as a priority in their operations. For the good of business and people.
The core task of our HR function is to support, engage, and assist the employees of Nordic Morning Group to help them succeed in their work. “The cornerstones of our HR strategy are Learning and Development, Leadership, and Culture of Engagement. Our aim is to create and maintain a culture of engagement and expertise. If we win the hearts of our employees, we have succeeded.”, says Annika Parkkonen, VP, Human Resources.
Nordic Morning’s Code of Business Ethics is based on our values of renewal, respect and responsibility. It helps us conduct successful business operations and feel good at work.
We have been carrying out long-term, systematic work to reduce our environmental impact since the early 1990s.
“We will reduce our own and our customers’ environmental impact by investing in environmentally responsible operations, products and services and promoting environmental awareness amongst our personnel”, says Mika Ruuskanen, responsible for the Green Nordic Morning program.
“For Nordic Morning, financial responsibility means producing financial added value for the company’s key stakeholders, personnel, customers and owner. Important target groups for added value also include partners, investors and the countries and municipalities in which we operate. Financial management is based on the Group’s policies and more detailed guidelines concerning the policies, as well as good corporate governance, effective risk management, and the principles of internal control”, says Nordic Morning’s CFO Kati Niemelä.For more info about our work in CR - visit our annual report website Our Code of Business Ethics [pdf]
Consolidated net revenue was EUR 103.4 million (EUR 104.9 million). The Visibility & Service Design business area’s net revenue grew by over 20 percent. The decline in consolidated net revenue was primarily due to the restructuring of the printing business in Sweden and the contraction of the net revenue of the Content business area.
Operating profit was EUR -14.3 million (EUR -0.2 million). The operating profit included a substantially larger amount of non-recurring items than in the previous year at a total EUR -12.4 million (EUR -0.2 million). Operating profit was weighed down mainly by costs of one-time measures of goodwill in the Visibility & Service Design and Content business areas.
Operating profit excluding non-recurring items was EUR -1.9 million (EUR -0.1 million).
Equity ratio was 36.3 percent (48.6 percent).
Net cash flow from operating activities was EUR 3.5 million (EUR 0.5 million).
Customers’ increasing needs for data and analytics services was met by acquiring a data management company CountQuest Interactive AB and by developing and recruiting talent in the area.For more financial information visit our annual report website