CV-Online projects fall in revenue to €1.3 mln in 2006

In Hungary

Recruiting company CV-Online Hungary projects revenue of €1.3 million in 2006, slightly less than in 2005, the company announced on Monday.

In January-May, CV-Online had revenue of €572,000. CV-Online Hungary had revenue of €1.4 million in 2005, with its online division generating €273,000 and its headhunter division generating €1.1 million. In January-May, the online division brought in €220,000 and the headhunter division generated €325,000. The temporary employment services division generated €27,000.
CV-Online, founded in 1996 in Estonia, has units in Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Russia, Romania and Hungary. The group had revenue of €13.6 million in 2005.

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