Barry Callebaut AG

Barry Callebaut is the world’s leading manufacturer of high-quality chocolate and cocoa products. The company runs more than 50 production facilities worldwide and employs a diverse and dedicated global workforce of more than 9,000 people. Barry Callebaut generated annual sales of CHF 6.2 billion (EUR 5.6 billion / USD 6.6 billion) in fiscal year 2014/15.

The company has comprehensive competence in the art of making cocoa and chocolate products – from sourcing and processing cocoa beans to producing finest chocolates, including chocolate fillings, decorations and compounds.

Barry Callebaut is committed to sustainable cocoa production to help ensure future supplies of cocoa and improve farmers’ livelihoods. It supports the Cocoa Horizons Foundation in its goal of shaping a sustainable cocoa and chocolate future.

Jacobs Holding AG’s stake in Barry Callebaut as of 30.09.2015 is 50.1%

Colosseum Smile Group

Colosseum Smile’s vision is to provide modern, quality dentistry services for the benefit of patients, dentists, employees and shareholders, striving for continuous growth and value creation.

Colosseum Smile is Scandinavia’s leading provider of private dental care with 52 clinics in Norway, Sweden and Denmark. The group has more than 1,200 employees – general dentists, dental hygienists, dental assistants and 90 leading specialists – all with the ambition to offer highest quality dentistry. Involvement, innovative thinking and a holistic perspective form the cornerstones of Colosseum Smile’s values guiding the aspiration to provide the utmost value to patients and to be the industry’s best workplace.

The Company has successfully developed from two smaller dentist chains to a high quality private dental care provider offering excellent value to its patients and producers alike. Colosseum Smile offers a full range of dental care services through its state of the art clinics across Scandinavia. The group has more than tripled in size since 2010 and has taken an active role in consolidating the fragmented dental care markets in Norway, Sweden and Denmark.