Salmat

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Since we opened for business in 1979, we have been exploring new and powerful ways to help our clients engage with their customers at every stage of their relationship. To find that customer, get close and stay there. Today, we work with some of Australia and New Zealand’s largest and most trusted brands, helping them get close enough to intimately understand their customers. Our insight-driven solutions have helped clients drive double-digit growth, save millions from their bottom line, and surpass industry average performance by up to 20% whilst simultaneously transforming the customer experience. Salmat is trusted to manage some of the most critical points of interaction between our clients and their customers. Those moments of truth when people decide what and where to buy, and to which brand they give their loyalty. Every year we manage over six billion customer interactions across multiple channels. But most importantly, by partnering with our clients in the moments that matter most, we truly help them get closer to their customers.

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RESTRUCTURE TAKES ITS TOLL ON SALMAT AS REVENUE DROPS $47M

Salmat | October 01, 2016

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The review of its products and services portfolio launched last year saw the company drop a number of services it saw as either underperforming or non-strategic, with the direct impact of the restructure costing Salmat $38m during the 2016 financial year. Salmat reported revenue of $450.8m, down from $498.1m in 2015, with the net loss after tax amounting to $6m – a 93% improvement on the loss of $98m in 2015. It also reported underlying earnings before interes...

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SALMAT BOLSTERS MARKETING LEADERSHIP TEAM

Salmat | October 23, 2016

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Salmat has recruited three new faces to its marketing leadership team in recent months as it looks to reposition the marketing and communication company’s story to the market. Former Leo Burnett strategy director, TC Miles, has been appointed to the new role of head of brand and communications and will oversee brand strategy, lead generation and public relations. He has spent the past five years as a strategy director at Leo Burnett and also spent time with Lavender, OMD Aus...

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SALMAT NARROWLY MISSES PROFIT AND REVENUES DROP AMID CONTINUING RESTRUCTURE AND REVIEW

Salmat | February 23, 2016

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Salmat, the marketing services company which began as a catalogue specialist in the 1970s has seen revenues drop by 7% in the first half of the 2016 financial year (compared with 2015) to $235.6m as a result of products being discontinued after a strategic review. The review resulted in the company clawing back its first half loss to $69.7m in 2015 to just $500,000 in the first half, with earnings before income tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) rising 80% from $5.1m to $...

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SALMAT CEO LOOKS FOR SALES GROWTH FOLLOWING RESTRUCTURE

Salmat | August 29, 2016

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Marketing services giant, Salmat, says it’s turning its attention from restructuring to sales growth over the coming year after reporting stronger underlying profits in its latest financial report. The ASX-listed group reported a 9.5 per cent drop in annual revenue for the full-year to 30 June to $450.8 million, which it attributed to planned discontinuation of product and service lines. In contrast, underlying EBITDA was up 47.4 per cent to $19.6 million, and net losses wer...

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RESTRUCTURE TAKES ITS TOLL ON SALMAT AS REVENUE DROPS $47M

Salmat | October 01, 2016

The review of its products and services portfolio launched last year saw the company drop a number of services it saw as either underperforming or non-strategic, with the direct impact of the restructure costing Salmat $38m during the 2016 financial year. Salmat reported revenue of $450.8m, down from $498.1m in 2015, with the net loss after tax amounting to $6m – a 93% improvement on the loss of $98m in 2015. It also reported underlying earnings before interes...

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SALMAT BOLSTERS MARKETING LEADERSHIP TEAM

Salmat | October 23, 2016

Salmat has recruited three new faces to its marketing leadership team in recent months as it looks to reposition the marketing and communication company’s story to the market. Former Leo Burnett strategy director, TC Miles, has been appointed to the new role of head of brand and communications and will oversee brand strategy, lead generation and public relations. He has spent the past five years as a strategy director at Leo Burnett and also spent time with Lavender, OMD Aus...

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SALMAT NARROWLY MISSES PROFIT AND REVENUES DROP AMID CONTINUING RESTRUCTURE AND REVIEW

Salmat | February 23, 2016

Salmat, the marketing services company which began as a catalogue specialist in the 1970s has seen revenues drop by 7% in the first half of the 2016 financial year (compared with 2015) to $235.6m as a result of products being discontinued after a strategic review. The review resulted in the company clawing back its first half loss to $69.7m in 2015 to just $500,000 in the first half, with earnings before income tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) rising 80% from $5.1m to $...

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SALMAT CEO LOOKS FOR SALES GROWTH FOLLOWING RESTRUCTURE

Salmat | August 29, 2016

Marketing services giant, Salmat, says it’s turning its attention from restructuring to sales growth over the coming year after reporting stronger underlying profits in its latest financial report. The ASX-listed group reported a 9.5 per cent drop in annual revenue for the full-year to 30 June to $450.8 million, which it attributed to planned discontinuation of product and service lines. In contrast, underlying EBITDA was up 47.4 per cent to $19.6 million, and net losses wer...

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