Bónusz Brigád projects HUF 1.5 bln plus revenue in 2011


Bónusz Brigád, which controls about 30% of Hungary's startup internet coupon market, expects revenue of more than HUF 1.5 billion this year, one of the company's founders and owners Zoltán Kaprinay said at a press conference on Wednesday.

Bónusz Brigád, which launched on September 1, 2010, expects a strong fourth quarter to support full-year revenue growth, Kaprinay said.

About 60 companies are active on Hungary's internet coupon market, according to e-business researcher GKIeNET. A survey in April showed 1.5% of Hungarians between the ages of 14 and 74 have used such coupons.

GKIeNET said in June that Hungary's internet coupon market could generate turnover of more than HUF 2 billion this year, but the amount could even reach HUF 3 billion.


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