Press & News


Project Fastenposten

Schibsted Tech Polska made mobile pages for 2 million Norwegians six times faster.

SvD`s new challenge

Svenska Dagbladet continues its commitment to young readers and launches a newspaper for children.

Organization project kicks off

On Tuesday, CEO Rolv Erik Ryssdal held the first meeting with the project group assigned to find a better way to organize Schibsted Media Group.  

Schibsted Women in Tech

More than 130 Schibsted people gathered to lean in and learn more about why women in tech is a business case.

Helena Ahlström Asset Owner – VP Asia

Helena Ahlström, General Manager for SnT Asia, will move to Singapore to assume the position as Asset Owner – Vice President Asia in 701Search.

Organizing Schibsted for the next level

As Schibsted takes on global competitors on the digital arena, the Group also looks to improve its organization to become even faster and more innovative. Tina Stiegler, CFO/COO in Schibsted Norge, will be project leader and thus vital in shaping the new Schibsted organization for tomorrow.

Willhaben’s offline initiatives

Wanting to push the personal relationship with its users, Willhaben is now present at designer markets and at a popular café run by grandmothers in Vienna.

Launching green website

Regional media houses BT and Stavanger Aftenblad are launching a website on environmental issues and renewable energy in Norway.

Cho Tot’s Street Style Office

When ChoTot in Vietnam was going to freshen up its office they wanted the new design to stimulate innovation and encourage interaction.

Schibsted results 2. quarter 2015

Today, Schibsted Media Group released its Q2 2015 report.

Schibsted and Distilled Media join forces in online classifieds in Ireland

Schibsted Media Group and the Irish online media company Distilled Media has agreed to join forces in the Irish online classifieds market.

InfoJobs aims to help 1 million people find work

Schibsted’s job market leader in Spain has launched ‘Infojobs Challenge’ a new initiative to help 1 million people find jobs in 2015.