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A great start to Dagni's new company - V.G

A great start to Dagni’s new company – V.G

HÅVET INN: On stage here during the Fredvika festival in Gjøvik, Dagny, June 2021.

In 2021, Dagny Norwall founded a company called Sandvik Limited. It ended with a dividend of 2.9 million.

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The 31-year-old from Tromsø achieved solid financial results in 2021 with his new company Little Daggers Touring AS, whose financial year started at the end of January last year.

Over the next 11 months, the company had sales of more than NOK 11.5 million, the annual accounts show.

Profit before tax stood at 5.25 million.

Dagny, who only owns the company, received 2.9 million in dividends.

Also, the company held 1.2 million shares at the end of 2021. The company has no employees, and last year’s wage costs were only 1586 kroner.

– Despite the tough year of the pandemic, it’s great to see continued growth, Dagny’s manager and sister Juna Norval Sandvik writes in a text message to VG.

Concerts are burdensome

As of 2021, Dagny’s Norwegian business is vested in a sole proprietorship.

This led to her Couldn’t get more than 427,000 As compensation for the Corona canceled concerts throughout 2020 – his colleagues Received several million From the support programs of the Ministry of Culture.

– Although I pay all my taxes in Norway, I still have an accountant and a “limited company” in the UK, Dagny said of the company in January 2021.

On the tax returns, Dagny listed 2.1 million in taxable income for 2020. In 2019, he earned more than 3.3 million. iTromsø.

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Dagny’s manager declined to comment on where the 2021 revenue will come from.

However, in December 2021, Dagny made it clear that the concert revenue was the only way he was carrying the burden.

– Fortunately, I did a lot this year, she told iTromsø at the time.

– We embarked on the Corona tour in May with a week’s notice, and ended up doing a few concerts for seated audiences.

The 15-concert tour was made possible with the help of a grant from the Ministry of Culture’s promotion program to organizer Live Nation, which according to the Norwegian Culture Council was approx. 5.2 million.

The tour was replaced by several festival gigs.

Rule the radio

Dagny’s 2021 radio success has also played its part.

In 2020, his two most played Norwegian songs were “Somebody” and “Come Over” on Norwegian radio. In total, these had 13,000 plays on the country’s radio stations that year.

VG was told by the agency that the settlement for these was paid in spring 2021 from payroll company Gramo.

New Single: Dagny recently released his debut single “Bridesider”. He will be at the P3 Gold Awards in November 2021.

Additionally, Dagny has busy traffic in e-services. The artist has nearly 2.5 million monthly listeners on Spotify.

Dagny’s most popular single, “Somebody,” is now approaching 72 million plays.