In 2017, Elvis Krantz (45), a wholly owned subsidiary of Stand up Norge, passed a magic limit of 100 million, with a turnover of just over 110 million Norwegian crowns.
Last year's turnover fell by 3 million Norwegian crowns, but Krantz could still cheer up the new record company. According to recent annual accounts, Stand up Norway amounted to 27.2 million Norwegian krona before tax in 2018 – compared with 22.1 million Norwegian krona of the previous year.
This means that the company had a profit of more than 100 million Norwegian crowns since 2013.
Stand up Norway deals with the reservation and management of comedies, with the production of plays, shows and television shows. The company has some of the most famous Norwegian comedians, including Dagfinn Lyngbø, Pernille Sørensen, Johan Golden, Kevin Vågenes and Cecilie "Cess" Steinmann Neess.
Krantz works closely with Dagfinn Lyngbø, as a manager and board member of Punch. In 2017, a comedian company had a pre-tax profit of NOK 12.2 million.
Stand up Norway is located at Latter at Aker Brygge.
– We are proud and grateful for the result. This is due to the increase in the restaurant in Lattera, and we had much more events than before. We also had a record number of guests at exhibitions, last year more than 220,000 visited Latter, writes Elina Krantz in an SMS message.
He says they had about 380 plays.
|Stand up Norge as, annual score 2018 (in MNOK)||2018||2017||change|
|Operating Profit (EBIT)||20.4||16.5||23.6%|
|Profit before taxation||27.1||22.1||22.6%|
– Many shows have more comedies, so Latter has over 1500 tasks in total. Many of them go to new talents and contribute a lot of training. We hope we can have as many people as you can smile for another 15 years.
56.5 million in wealth
Stand up Norge is a subsidiary of Krantz Holding. The Group had a turnover of 145 million Norwegian crowns and operating profit of 26 million Norwegian crowns in 2018 – compared with 22.4 million Norwegian crowns of the previous year.
Elina Krantz also owns half of Elok Real Estate. The results for this company have not yet arrived. According to tax estimates for 2017, Krantz has a capital of NOK 56.5 million. (Conditions)Copyright Dagens Næringsliv AS and / or our suppliers. We want you to share our cases with the link that leads directly to our pages. Copying or other forms of use of the entire or part of the content may only be made after the written permission or in accordance with the law. For further terms, see here.