What is EBITDA margin? The EBITDA margin is EBITDA as a percentage of revenue and is a profitability ratio.
The EBITDA margin ratio is used to compare different companies and can be used as an indicator of a company’s performance over time.
If a company’s EBITDA margin increases, they are delivering more EBITDA for every dollar or pound of revenue.
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