MADRID, 14 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -
Making Science entered 113.9 million euros up to June, which was 16.2% more than in the same period of the previous year, according to a statement sent by the company on Monday.
In turn, the digital acceleration company closed June with a gross margin of 29.8 million euros and year-on-year growth of 16.4%.
By business branches, the 'Core' generated a turnover of 108.9 million in the first half, which increased by 18.2% compared to the equivalent period of 2022, and recorded a gross margin of 28.1 million, with an increase year-on-year of 16.7%.
The group has highlighted that, in line with its investment strategy in talent, last April it incorporated a team of ex-directors of Google "in order to grow in the field of its digital marketing solutions, as well as its own technology, in the United States".
In fact, the CEO of Making Science, JoséAntonio Martínez Aguilar, has assured that investment in the United States is a natural bet, since it is expected to continue growing at a faster rate than other markets, in addition to currently representing 40% of global investment in digital advertising.
The manager added that its presence in this country "is essential for its ambitions to be leaders in digital acceleration" and represents a great opportunity in the medium and long term.
As for the group's R&D activity, this has increased by 42.2% since the first half of 2022. In this area, the company wanted to highlight the 'Trust Generative AI' platform.