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This is the first post in a blog dedicated solely to shareholders and investors. It’s a vital part of an effort to provide background and expand on our news. Read more about the initiative in this post.
I agree. We have communicated what is required, and a bit more, but not nearly as much as our shareholders and investors would have liked. Full stop. Period. End of story.
That will change now.
How? you wonder.
I’m glad you asked. Before I answer, I want to clarify that we will not remove or change anything in the existing communication. We will continue to send out reports and press releases, publish news and occasional YouTube videos, and distribute our email newsletter from time to time. (Don’t forget to subscribe to the newsletter, if you haven’t already.)
What’s changing is what we are adding.
We are adding content focused on the interests of our shareholders and investors. The content is published in three different formats and channels:
Pretty good, huh?
I’m glad you agree. But I sense some doubt. Will we rehash the same content that we put out in the already existing channels?
No, that’s not the plan.
We aim to expand on technical and financial news, provide some background, and clarify what makes it noteworthy and how it contributes to our business.
We also want to show what we do and put it in context to help you better understand its business value.
And finally, we will do our best to answer your questions as far as the stock market regulations allow us.
We will publish the content as longer posts here, on the blog, or as videos on YouTube, and share or summarize it on LinkedIn. So make sure you subscribe to all three (or at least one) to avoid missing out.
You may have noticed that the tone of this post isn’t as austere and academic as most of what we publish. That’s because we want to make it easy and enjoyable for our shareholders and investors to learn what we do and how we do business.
We believe that the best investors and shareholders are those who understand our operations and business and believe in what we do. It’s a lot to ask for, given that what we do is highly technically and commercially advanced. But we have faith in you.
What do you think about our initiative? Is it a step in the right direction regarding shareholder and investor relations? Head over to our new LinkedIn page and leave a comment on the post summarizing this article.
And by the way, don’t forget to follow the new LinkedIn page.
See you soon!