HomeToGo was founded in 2014 in Berlin, Germany by Co-founders Dr. Patrick Andrae and Wolfgang Heigl with the mission to make incredible accommodation easily accessible to everyone.
HomeToGo has since grown to be a global leader in the short-term rental industry, managing 25 local apps & websites across Europe, North America, South America, Australia and Asia-Pacific. HomeToGo also operates brands such as Agriturismo.it, AMIVAC, Casamundo, CaseVacanza.it, e-domizil, EscapadaRural, Tripping.com and Wimdu.
While HomeToGo SE’s registered office is located in the City of Luxembourg, Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, HomeToGo GmbH's headquarters are in Berlin, Germany, with operations around the world.
22 September 2021.
The Frankfurt Stock Exchange, HTG
HomeToGo currently intends to retain all available funds and any future earnings to support its operations and to finance the growth and development of its business. Therefore, HomeToGo currently does not intend to pay dividends for the foreseeable future.
HomeToGo’s Public Warrants will be exercisable 30 days after the consummation of the Business Combination with Lakestar SPAC I SE. at an exercise price of €11.50 through the investors’ relevant participant in Clearstream Banking Aktiengesellschaft, Clearstream Banking S.A. or Euroclear Bank SA/NV.
The date for the next quarterly earnings results will be announced in a press release and listed under the Financial Calendar section within the Investor Relations area of our website here once it has been established.
Quarterly earnings webcast information will be included in the Financial Calendar section within the Investor Relations area of our website here.
You can view HomeToGo’s corporate governance materials by visiting the Governance section within the Corporate Governance area of our website here.
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The most recent presentation can be found here.
HomeToGo uses financial measures not presented in accordance with IFRS, which may exclude items that are significant in understanding and assessing the Company's financial results. These alternative performance measures should not be considered in isolation or as an alternative to measures of profitability, liquidity or performance under IFRS.
Please find the respective definitions in this Overview of Applied Non-IFRS Performance Measures.
Sebastian Grabert, CFADirector Investor Relations and Corporate Finance