WELCOME AT SYZYGY AG!
SYZYGY is one of the leading consulting and implementation partners for transformation in marketing and sales. SYZYGY creates, orchestrates and builds digital experiences and products for brands, companies and people. Strategy, products and activation are the core services of the group. Technology is the connecting and scaling element.
Founded in 1995, the SYZYGY Group employs some 600 people across four countries. It has offices in Bad Homburg, Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, London, New York and Warsaw.
In addition to the main brand, SYZYGY, and strategy consultancy firm diffferent and the Group includes Polish design studio Ars Thanea. Its clients include prestigious brands such as AVIS, BMW, comdirect bank, Commerzbank, Daimler, Deutsche Bank, Mazda, Lufthansa, Miles & More, o2 and health insurer Techniker Krankenkasse.
Confirmed figures for the 2019 financial year
- Sales decline by 2 per cent to about EUR 64.2 million
- solid growth in the core German market with sales of approximately EUR 50 million and a strong EBIT margin of 15 per cent
- Operating income (EBIT) - about EUR 5.5 million. EBIT margin of around 8.6 per cent
- Earnings per share - EUR 0.26 in 2019
Outlook for 2020: SYZYGY AG expects sales to fall by between 10 and 20 per cent in the 2020 financial year. We anticipate an EBIT margin in the mid single-digit range.
Leading economists believe that the coronavirus pandemic will result in a recession in the markets served by the SYZYGY Group. Changes in our clients’ spending behaviour will lead to a downturn in sales, the extent of which is currently difficult to estimate.
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Corporate News: Franziska von Lewinski becomes CEO of SYZYGY AG
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