Info Edge Ltd, which owns Naukri.com, 99Acres, Jeevansathi.com and Shiksha.com, among others, had reported a Net Profit after tax (on a standalone basis) of 102.25 crore, down 16.62% for the year ended 31st March 2013, from Rs 122.62 crore the previous fiscal year on a standalone basis. The sales however grew to Rs 434.90 crore from Rs 375.64 crore in FY12. Here are some notes from Info Edge's investor conference call: - Recruitment Business: Recruitment top line increased by 4% to 88 crore. EBITDA margin was at 49%, down from 54% in the same quarter last year. EBITDA margin in Naukri was at 54% for the quarter, down from 58% in the same quarter last year. Naukri added an average of 12,000 fresh CVs everyday and the average CV modifications were at 116,000 per day. Naukri currently has a database of more than 33 million CVs. - Naukri Customers: Naukri serviced 26,000 unique customers during the quarter, up from 25,000 customers in the same quarter last year. For the entire fiscal FY13, Naukri serviced 48,000 customers, up from 46,000 customers in FY12. - 99Acres Business: 99Acres' top line increased by 41.6% to Rs 15.5 crore during the quarter. For the full year FY13, the top line grew by 48% to Rs 51 crore. The company said that 99acres made a small profit during the quarter but in the full year, it lost 0.8 crore. The paid listings were at 0.43 million for the quarter, up from 0.32 million last year. Info Edge CEO Hitesh…
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