Janosik expects to meet 80% of revenue target in 2011

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Construction and property management company Janosik told MTI it expects to meet about 80% of the revenue target in its business plan this year.

The company said earlier it targeted revenue of HUF 6.8bn in its 2011 business plan. The company had revenue of HUF 5.9bn in 2010.

The company aims to keep revenue in 2012 at least at this year’s level, but a 5-10% increase is also an alternative, Janosik said.

The share of the company’s revenue generated by construction activities has fallen from 50% to 30%, while the share from cleaning activities has risen from 30% to 40%.

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