V75 Wizard wins V75 league again. Or Newspaper Tips Liga as it is actually called. Hjemmet Mortensen merged with sister company Egmont Magazines in Sweden. The new name will Egmont Magazines AB.
Guiden.se get a new and modern design.
The guide is a good player and we go on our game plus proposals for the V75.
Guide Publishers AB, which is owned V75 Wizard, ceases to individual companies and V75 Wizard included from 1 January 2006 in Hjemmet Mortensen AB. Guiden.se win V64 league.
New V75 wizard is launched with a magazine entirely focused on the V75. V65 wizard is closed. Guiden.se presented in a partly new and refreshed version. The editors are moving to Gävlegatan 22 where Hjemmet Mortensen publishers collect all of their titles. V75 Wizard wins V75 league.
Guide publisher rename the papers to the V75 and V65 Wizard wizard.
Publisher changing rooms and moving to Vallingby.
At the end of 2002, it primarily Wizard Travelodge & Games, a magazine with two issues a week, as the publisher is investing in.
Norwegian newspaper group Hjemmet Mortensen A / S purchases Medströms Publishers AB.
The "general depression" around the turn meant some changes in the wizard. Wizard production began to slimmas increasingly. Some side products, like Internet venture, got a little more moderate proportions or moved or modified while others were shut down completely. Some others were added; such as cooperation with the Norwegian company Software AS Joker (Joker System) and Sweden agency for their sales.
70s and 80s were thus good years and the results are so good that Medströms Group in 1989 struck and purchased the publisher. As now expanded its services to include, inter alia, wall papers, tips as phones and fax machines. In these times, even dove Internet up and as usual was a wizard one of the first players on the market.
The next revolution came when the authorities created the game V65 in 1974 and already in the beginning there was the new magazine V65 Wizard in trade. The new game was a huge boost for harness racing and the Wizard now two different newspapers went well. Later came another new form of gaming upside Wizard as usual was there and pressed now Wizard Daily Double.
Guide Publishers AB constituted on 12 June 1970 and 7 September the same year the company registered.
1968 drew some of the gang started, partly with a completely new concept. They wanted to call sheet for Solvalla-guide although the track as opposed script named Training tip with Solvalla-Guide. There, the first word was seen in the larger style while Solvalla-wizard stood only in typescript. Price: 1 crown.
The first time the blade was run out on the stencil and sold on the racetrack. The content was a revolution in trotting. Never before had anyone outside the stables learned how trotting horses trained but now put "Clock-Gate" and checked the work sessions, which he then reported in Solvalla-Guide.
This was just the first innovation, and the next was perhaps the man asked the coaches themselves what they thought and believed. Another thing that has never before been presented to the public. In that way it continued during the 70s and the success was total. With Ulf Donar as ideas man and beautiful writing-chief, Lars-Göran "Lilleman" Forsberg as the real man and horse training guardian and Staffan Linse as fixer and attendants of the company and its own printing business was better and grew ever larger.
A gentleman from Uddevalla, he was named Tore Falk won 880,000 kronor in the newly invented so-called V5 game. It was huge money, which in the early 60s. Which resulted in a boom for betting on horses and attracted many beginners to try their skills in the subject.
Thereby arose a new need in Sweden. They needed to know more about horses. Gradually started because a number of more or less serious tip sheets, and so also in the Stockholm area, around Solvalla. There were, inter alia, a gang of young men, some of whom were veritable idésprutor, who came to look forward to some different configurations and in various forms of tip sheets that then lived longer or shorter period.
- Company Name:V75 Guiden
- Parent Company Name:Egmont Publishing
Headquarters:205 07 MALMÖ
- Self / Managed Service:Managed Service
- IndustriesConsumer Packaged Goods, Education, Energy and Utilities, Entertainment, Financial Services, Government & Politics, Non-Profit, Technology, Telecommunications, eCommerce
- Owned / Operated Propertiesguiden.se
- 4913723 Global Rank
- 70269 Sweden
- 2.92k Estimated Visits
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