格隆汇公告精选(港股)︱澳洲成峰高教年度扭亏为盈约110万澳元 高等教育服务EFTSL总数升约41.6%

Selected GLONGHUI ANNOUNCEMENTS (Hong Kong Stocks) | Australia's Chengfeng Higher Education College Turns a Yearly Loss to a Profit of about 1.1 million Australian dollars, and the total number of EFTSL for higher education services rose by about 41.6%

Gelonghui Finance ·  09/25/2023 23:07

[Today's focus]

Australia's Chengfeng Higher Education (01752.HK) announced annual results and turned a loss into a profit of about 1.1 million Australian dollars, and the total number of EFTSL for higher education services rose by about 41.6%

Chengfeng Higher Education, Australia (01752.HK) announced that for the year ended June 30, 2023, the company's revenue increased by about 43.6% to about 26.8 million Australian dollars. Gross profit was approximately $11.8 million, an increase of about 55.6%. The gross margin increased from about 40.5% to about 43.9%, mainly due to an increase in tuition income. Profit for the year was approximately $1.1 million, turning a loss from a loss of approximately $1.3 million into a profit. The recommended final dividend is HK0.1 cents (2022: none).

In the first half of 2023, the impact of the novel coronavirus pandemic on operations abated somewhat. The number of international students studying in Australia has increased. Compared with the same semester in the previous financial year, the number of students enrolled in the Group's higher education courses increased by about 82.5% in the first semester of 2023.

The initial impact of the epidemic on the ELICOS industry was significant. Border closures and long-term blockades seriously disrupted the Group's business. The company has taken strategic actions to restore SCOTS's original strength. Working together to significantly increase enrollment, there was a significant increase of 275% within six months.

For the year ended June 30, 2023, the total number of EFTSL for the Group's higher education services increased by about 41.6% compared to the previous fiscal year.

The company said that the Group has successfully addressed the challenges posed by the pandemic and now aims to use its advantages to develop a sound strategic plan for the next five years. The goal is to lay a good foundation for the future, rebuild scale and profit, and strengthen the brand's position in the education market. After the pandemic, Australia's education industry will be full of momentum. Policy changes and the evolution of student needs have brought many opportunities for the Group as an innovative and discerning educational institution. The Group is continuously adjusting its market position, enhancing brand awareness, and expanding the scope of campuses, with the aim of strengthening the academic leadership position of each campus, cultivating a sense of community, and promoting corporate social responsibility.

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