Organisation & governance

 


Executive board

Our executive board is responsible for the daily management of Novamedia and its affiliated companies.
Sigrid van Aken
Sigrid van Aken - CEO
Imme Rog
Imme Rog - CMO
Michiel Verboven
Michiel Verboven - CCO


 

Organisational charts

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Novamedia/Postcode Lottery Group and its licensees

Each country has specific conditions for setting up lotteries and licensing. This overview shows the licence holder per country. 

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Consolidation Novamedia holding

This chart provides an overview of the different conditions we operate under per country. It provides financial insights and explains the funding conditions for the charities and Novamedia.

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Novamedia/Postcode Lottery Group and its licensees

Each country has specific conditions for setting up lotteries and licensing. This overview shows the licence holder per country. 

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Consolidation Novamedia holding

This chart provides an overview of the different conditions we operate under per country. It provides financial insights and explains the funding conditions for the charities and Novamedia.

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Members of the boards

This chart shows our members of the boards. Read more: The Board.

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Novamedia structure

This chart shows the ownership structure of the Novamedia Foundation and Holding.

 

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Governance

This chart shows the governance of Novamedia as of 4 December 2017. Click here to read more about governance of Novamedia.
 

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Re-investing to widen our impact

 

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Novamedia receives a licence fee for the use of its IP, including brands and formats. 

Novamedia then re-invests to market the lotteries in new countries, there constantly expanding the benfits of charity lotteries for civil society. Experiences with Sweden and Great Britain have shown that investments of tens of millions of euros are needed to set up a successful Postcode Lottery. The total investments were €28 million in Sweden and €61 million in Great Britain.

In 2018, a licence for a Postcode Lottery was granted in Norway. At least 50%  of the proceeds go to SOS Children’s Villages and WWF, after deducting prizes. The licence is granted for nine years with a limit of 125,000 subscriptions.

In Germany at the end of 2015, a permit was granted to the non-profit organisation Deutsche Postcode Lotterie, which was established by Novamedia. The German lottery can only raise funds in accordance with strict conditions. A minimum of 30% of the funds raised are earmarked for charities, and there is a high lottery tax level of 17% on the revenue.

 

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Postcode Lottery format

If you would like to know more about setting up a Postcode Lottery and the Postcode Lottery format, please contact Judith Lingeman, Director of International Affairs.