windeln.de SE announces that it closed the sale of its Eastern European subsidiary Feedo Sp. z o.o. and its subsidiary (“Feedo”) to the Czech wholesaler and retailer for baby and toddler products ags 92 s.r.o. (“ags”) on August 24, 2018.
Measures initiated to (i) reorganize operations and reduce headquarter costs in Germany, and (ii) focus international operations on regions with short- to mid-term profitability potential; break-even target for early 2019
Capital increase of up to 2.6m shares with exclusion of pre-emptive rights from authorized capital subscribed by existing shareholders, new investor group, all members of the management board including founders and Matthias Peuckert
Starting date of designated CEO Matthias Peuckert on May 1, 2018, succeeding founders and Co-CEOs Alexander Brand and Konstantin Urban
Preliminary 2017 financials: Revenues EUR 211 to 213 million, adjusted EBIT EUR (26) to (24) million ((13) to (11)% margin) and net liquidity of EUR 25.7 million. Publication of 2017 financials on March 14, 2018
The experienced Amazon manager Matthias Peuckert will take office as the CEO of windeln.de SE in 2018
The Management Board contracts of the two founders and Co-CEOs Konstantin Urban and Alexander Brand will expire as scheduled on March 31, 2018; both leave under the best of terms and will remain closely linked to windeln.de as shareholders
Dr. Nikolaus Weinberger (CFO) and Jürgen Vedie (COO) will continue to be members of the Management Board
Munich, September 15, 2017: Konstantin Urban, CEO and founder of windeln.de SE, one of the leading online retailers for baby, toddler and children’s products in Europe and to customers in China, was invited to speak at Alibaba’s 18th birthday celebration in front of a large audience with nearly 40.000 guests in Hangzhou, China. The event was the biggest in Alibaba’s history and took place in the Huanglong Stadion in Alibaba’s hometown last Friday (September 8th).
windeln.de, the German online retailer and flash sales platform for baby and children products (the “Company”), today announced that a consortium led by Goldman Sachs and Deutsche Bank invested €45 million in the Company
A little over a year after it was founded, Munich start-up windeln.de has very positive results to report. Germany’s largest online shop for everyday baby products has significantly outperformed its sales guidance
The moment babies start crawling, nothing is safe from them anymore. The whole world is their playground, and their surroundings have to be explored as minutely as possible. And danger – such as sharp edges, steep stairs or open drawers – may be lurking just around the corner
High-Tech Gründerfonds and DN Capital are investing in windeln.de
The online shop for baby products will be launched in September 2010 with more than 80 brands in its product range, including Pampers, HiPP, Avent, Nuk and Penaten. Business angels and the management team are participating in the financing, along with the lead investors mentioned