Trading in eSense shares to start Tuesday

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Trading in the shares of Hungarian call center company eSense Human Resources Szolgáltató is to start on Tuesday, May 31, in the Standard category of the Budapest Stock Exchange, eSense said on Monday, according to a report by state news wire MTI.

Initially, eSense will offer 2 million shares with a face value of HUF 10 per share.

The group plans to raise funds by selling additional shares to finance further acquisition growth, it said.

The firm's core activity is temporary staffing, primarily for call centers and shared service centers. It also designs and operates telephone customer services and call centers and provides consulting related to call centers.

The company, established in 2007, had a net profit of HUF 360 million on revenue of HUF 2.8 bln in 2020. In January-September 2021, net profit came to HUF 136 mln on revenue of HUF 1.7 bln. 

Its main shareholder is 5Stars Holding, owned by private investor György Ádámosi.

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