Bet-at-home profits up 19% after marketing cuts

Double-digit revenue growth and a fall in marketing expenditure boosts the Betclic Everest Group subsidiary's 2015 profits

Bet-at-home today reported a 19% year-on-year increase in full-year profits following strong revenue growth and a double-digit drop in marketing spend. According to financial results released this morning, the Betclic Everest Group subsidiary's EBITDA for the 12 months ended 31 December was ?31.7m, up from ?26.7m on the previous year. Profits at the Frankfurt-listed company…

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