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Taaleem Reports its FY 22/23 Results


FY 22/23 Key Financial Highlights

 • Total revenue came in at EGP 750mn, achieving a double-digit growth of 21% YoY.

 • Gross profit came in at EGP 522mn, a substantial 25% YoY growth, with a gross profit margin of 70%, up by 221 bps YoY.

 • EBITDA recorded EGP 420mn, growing 18% YoY with a substantial 56% margin.

 • Net income reached EGP 299mn, up by 30% YoY, yielding a solid margin of 40%.

 • Cash & cash equivalents amounted to EGP 429mn, while total debts stood at EGP 589mn, reflecting a net debt position of EGP 160mn in line with Taaleem’s growth and capital structure optimization plans.

 • CAPEX/revenue reached 119%, reflecting the development of phase one of Badya University and NUB’s new faculties and University Hospital in the campus expansion.

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