News and current reports

The Kofola Group has had a successful second quarter of the year. The reopening of the market and the adroit timing of activities contributed to a significant increase in sales and EBITDA.

2. 9. 2021

Kofola Group has published its results for the second quarter of the year, in which it managed to increase sales by 23% and EBITDA operating profit by 65%. The main reason for this was the significant growth in demand in June following the reopening of the market, including the important gastronomy segment. Sales were also boosted by the weather and freer movement of people in all markets. As a result, sales in June were at an all-time high. And given the subsequent positive developments of the summer season, Kofola's management has refined its estimate for this year's EBITDA operating profit to a range of between CZK 1.08 - 1.15 billion.

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Conference call invitation 6M21

26. 8. 2021

Kofola ČeskoSlovensko invites to a teleconference to discuss 6M21 results. The teleconference will be hosted on Friday, 3 September 2021 at 9:30 CET.

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Results of voting and Minutes from the General Meeting

13. 7. 2021

The General Meeting of Kofola ČeskoSlovensko a.s. was held on 28 June 2021.

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Change in Supervisory Board of Kofola ČeskoSlovensko a.s.

28. 6. 2021

Today, June 28, 2021, the General Meeting of Kofola ČeskoSlovensko a.s. (“Company”) discussed the announcement of Mr. Petr Pravda on his resignation from the position of a member of the Supervisory Board, with the provision that the performance of his function ends on June 28, 2021. Today, the General Meeting of the Company appointed Mr. Ladislav Sekerka and Mr. Alexandros Samaras as members of the Company´s Supervisory Board.

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Lockdown impacts on Kofola’s results for the first quarter of the year are lower than expected

1. 6. 2021

Kofola Group published its financial results for the first quarter of this year after experiencing the biggest market limitation of the pandemic period. For the entire quarter, not only the key gastronomy segment was locked down, but impulse purchases were also limited for part of this period due to free movement between districts being prohibited in the Czech Republic. In comparison with the previous year, revenue fell by only 10.4%, with EBITDA lower by 23.4%, which, in the circumstances, was more than acceptable. For the time being, Kofola’s management affirms its original annual EBITDA guidance at 1.03 to 1.15 billion Czech crowns.

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