The above graph represents the total income of Coffee Day Enterprises, by year. In fiscal 2017-18, the company’s total income touched Rs 38,511.08 million, with a year-over-year increase of 21%. This was the highest-ever YoY growth the Coffee king witnessed in its total income since 2011.
|Source||Coffee Day Annual Reports|
|Last Updated||08 August 2019|
|Note||Fiscal Year – from April 1 to March 31|
Coffee Day Enterprises (CDEL) total income (net revenue) comprises of the revenue from operations and other income for the fiscal year ended March 31. Interestingly, over 98% of the total income in FY 2017-18 was generated from operations. On a consolidated basis, CDEL revenue from operations in 2018 also increased a whopping 21% YoY to Rs 37,879.75 million. While the other income declined to Rs 631.33 million, from Rs 638.23 million in fiscal 2017.
About Coffee Day Enterprises Limited: Additional Information
Coffee Day Enterprises Limited (NSE:COFFEEDAY) was originally formed on February 1, 2008, as a partnership firm under the name Coffeeday Holding Co. Later on June 20, 2008, it converted from a partnership firm to a private limited company, named as Coffee Day Holdings Company Private Limited. The management, however, decided to change the name of the company once again to Coffee Day Resorts Private Limited on January 25, 2010. But that was not the end; On August 06, 2014 the company was renamed one more time as Coffee Day Enterprises Private Limited.
Later, on January 21, 2015, the name of the company was changed to Coffee Day Enterprises Limited. The company raised Rs 1,150 crore through initial public offerings (IPO) launched in October 2015. The IPO got over-subscribed 1.81 times at price band of Rs 316-328 a share.
Coffee Day Enterprises Limited operates the coffee business through its subsidiary – Coffee Day Global Limited (Incorporated in 1993) – and its subsidiaries.
The company is well known for its flagship brand name ‘Cafe Coffee Day’ (CCD). The first Café Coffee Day (CCD) outlet opened on July 11, 1996, at Brigade Road in Bengaluru, India. Today, CCD is the largest retail café chain in India, with 1,722 café outlets in 245 cities across the country.
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