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2021 in facts and figures


In the middle of the crisis of World War I, on 6 May 1916, an important decision was made in the offices of the Mayor of Utrecht: that Jaarbeurs should be established.

Who we are and what we do

Jaarbeurs is firmly rooted in society.

How Jaarbeurs creates value

In a year without the major impact of coronavirus lockdowns, we at Jaarbeurs leave our mark on the economy – locally, regionally and nationally.

The second year of the coronavirus crisis

The coronavirus crisis continued in 2021. Lockdowns ensured that we were closed for extended periods. We devoted our time and attention to accelerating our strategy of renewal.

Notes on the financial year

For the second year in a row, coronavirus has significantly affected the business operations and thus the financial results. In 2021, revenue came to €49.4 million (15% down compared to 2020) with a loss of €5.6 million.

Report of the Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board can look back on a demanding period at Jaarbeurs, in which its members also had to get down to work themselves.

Members of the Boards

Ms C. P. M. (Carla) Moonen joined the Supervisory Board in March 2022 as successor to Ms P. G. (Pamela) Bouwmeester.

Consolidated balance sheet as at 31 December 2021

Consolidated statement of profit and loss for 2021

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