Bónusz Brigád revenue up 50% to HUF 2.7 bln
Hungarian online coupon company Bónusz Brigád saw its revenue increase almost 50% reaching HUF 2.7 bln last year, founder Zoltán Kaprinay told Hungarian news agency MTI today.
The firm sells coupons with special offers. The coupons are provided by businesses who use Bónusz Brigád to promote themselves.
Revenue from commissions, which are between 15% and 35%, came to HUF 570 mln, the founder added. Kaprinay said that the reach of Bónusz Brigád is around 2 million people daily, adding that the discounts the website has offered have saved approximately HUF 16 bln for users since its launch in 2010.
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