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Milan, 12 May 2020. DHH S.p.A. (“DHH”) (DHH.MI | WDHH21.MI) (ISIN shares IT0005203622 | ISIN warrants IT0005203689), the cloud computing provider of Southeast Europe, shares a set of interviews related to the quarterly performance of different portfolio companies.

Antonio Baldassarra on Tophost performance Q1 2020: “We outperformed the budget plan on every KPI.”  

As global coronavirus cases are close to crossing another milestone at 4 million, the world seems to have put everything on hold. Many global economies are predicting the biggest crisis of the decade, as businesses and workforce bracing themselves for what has yet to come.

Aside from the hurdles that were put forward by the COVID-19 crisis, many online industries found themselves in a good place during this period. One of such is a web hosting provider from Italy, Tophost.

We spoke with Antonio Baldassarra, Interim General Manager of Tophost in regards to how his company been doing in the first quarter of 2020. He also told us a bit about their plans for the upcoming months.

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Zvonimir Gembec on Sysbee performance Q1 2020: “We are within a few percentage points of the budget plan.”  

With global economies facing a crisis of the decade, businesses and corporations entered a phase of the “new normal”. Many modern companies have adapted to remote work from home,  and some are even slowly resuming their operations in the offices.

One of such small companies is a Croatian start-up called Sysbee. We’ve talked to the CEO of Sysbee, Zvonimir Gembec, and asked him all about how his company has been dealing with COVID-19 situation and even got a sneak peek into their future plans.

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Tomaž Koštial on DHH Slovenia performance in Q1 2020: “The number of orders increased for new services.”

While the Slovenian government seems to be loosening up the restrictions that were put in place in regards to COVID-19 back at the beginning of March, the global economy is still standing on shaky ground. Countries all across the globe are putting together plans for a gradual return to day-to-day business, with social distancing measures being the critical factor in deciding on the procedures.

We spoke with Tomaž Koštial, the CEO of DHH Slovenia, one of the web hosting providers in the country – it seems that the coronavirus situation had positive effects on the course of the businesses in the web hosting industry. Tomaž told us a bit about his plans for the future and what we might expect as consequences of this pandemic in regards to the sector.

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Bosko Radivojevic on mCloud performance in Q1 2020: “The first quarter was very good in many aspects.”

Global uncertainty took over the world as soon as we entered 2020, once the novel coronavirus has made its way across the globe, sending economies and businesses into the journey of turmoil. Many companies shut their doors, with small businesses taking the biggest hit. However, digitally-oriented companies seem to be less affected, but the usual day-to-day operations do not look anything like before.

Today, we spoke with Bosko Radivojevic, the CEO of mCloud, about how his company has been dealing with the new reality.

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Veljko Drakulić on DHH Croatia performance Q1 2020: “In terms of total bookings, we reached our business point figures.”

It’s been just over five months since the first case of COVID-19 was recorded. The current coronavirus crisis claimed thousands of hundreds of lives and left millions without jobs all across the globe. Some of the industries were hit harder than others, including the tourism and food sectors. Yet, some industries found themselves thriving during these times.

We talked with Veljko Drakulić, the CEO of DHH Croatia – he told us how his company is helping companies take their businesses online. He also told us a bit about the plans of DHH Croatia.

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Sergio Ravera on Artera performance Q1 2020: “We respected the spending budget and increased turnover compared to the 2019 year.”

Having surpassed 3 million cases worldwide, the novel coronavirus disease is not only wreaking havoc on the global population’s health but also on the global economy, sending thousands of hundreds of businesses into the spiral of uncertainty. Leaving millions of people without jobs, COVID-19 seems to have caused one of the worst crises in world history.

Today, we talked with Sergio Ravera, the CEO of Artera, and asked him about how his company has been doing during these uncertain times. He also shared some insights into Artera’s upcoming plans.

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