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As Google Assistant launches in Norwegian today, VG is ready with a news product. “We will participate in completely new timespans,” says VG´s digital editor Ola Stenberg. In the USA more than every fifth home already has a smart speaker. Google, Apple and Amazon all fight to offer the best
Today, Schibsted Media Group released its Q3 2018 report. The revenue grew 5 percent to NOK 4,358 million, whereas the EBITDA grew 10 percent to NOK 865 million.
The Swedish tech industry faces several challenges, including a lack of technical expertise and increasing competition from around the world. One major issue is the underrepresentation of female engineers. As a result, Schibsted has entered into a long-term partnership with Tjejer Kodar – meaning girls that code – to drive
The Board of directors of Schibsted ASA resolved on 18 September 2018 to initiate a process to reorganize the company into two growth-oriented companies. The international online classifieds operations (preliminarily named “MPI”) will be spun off and established as an independent, listed company. Schibsted, meanwhile, will comprise all activities in
A sunshine story This article has been reposted from a Blog on INMA written by Jonathan Falk Syustad, a video journalist in VG. The story about VG’s Snapchat Discover initiative has been what we in Norway would call a “sunshine story.” Through the work we have put into this initiative, we have
As part of its strategy to explore new marketplace models which provide an outstanding user experience, Schibsted Marketplaces is investing in the startup real estate marketplace Kodit.io. The investment gives Schibsted a small ownership stake in Kodit.io as well as a board observer seat. Kodit.io gives homeowners a stress-free way
Today, Schibsted Media Group released its Q2 2018 report. Revenues grew 6 percent to NOK 4,602 million, whereas EBITDA grew 29 percent to NOK 895 million.
On Monday, July 2nd, Schibsted Norway was notified that Typeform, an international provider of online survey and quiz hosting technology, experienced a data leakage. Schibsted users that have responded to surveys earlier this year through Aftenposten and Bergens Tidende are amongst the affected. An email with relevant information sent to
Our Media and Marketplaces divisions both recently made changes to their management teams. “Following a substantial reorganization of our company at the end of 2017, where Schibsted was divided into two business divisions; Marketplaces and Media, it is natural at this stage to adapt the management teams to the organizations
After four years with Schibsted, Rian Liebenberg is moving on to a new leadership challenge outside Schibsted.