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(Oslo, 22 February 2021) Mintra Holding AS (Mintra, OSE: MNTR) invites investors, analysts, media, and other stakeholders to a virtual Capital Markets Update (CMU) in extension to the company's fourth-quarter presentation on Thursday, 25 February 2021.
The presentation will be held by CEO Scott Kerr, CFO Ian Mackie, and CCO Kevin Short, and will focus on Mintra's history, market, and future outlook.
- 2020 review
- Guidance for 2021 and medium-term
- Business overview
- M&A strategy and Safebridge acquisition
- Market overview
- Growth plan
Date: 25 February 2021 Time: 09:00 - 10:30 CET
Participation will be made possible via webcast. The event will last for approximately 90 minutes and will include an open Q&A session. Questions to the presenters can be submitted via the webcast window. Link:
The Q4 2020 and CMU material will be published at 07:00 CET on newsweb.no and https://mintra.com/about-us/in....
In addition, a recorded version of the webcast will be made available on https://mintra.com/about-us/in... after completion of the event.
For additional information please contact:
Scott Kerr / CEO
Ian Mackie / CFO
Mintra Holding AS is the Norwegian registered parent of several operating companies in Norway, the United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates and Singapore, which comprise the Mintra Group, a leading provider of on-demand digital learning and enterprise HCM software solutions for safety-critical industries worldwide.
Mintra's focus is to protect and improve businesses by protecting and improving their people.
From the headquarters in Bergen and offices in Oslo, Stavanger, Aberdeen, UAE, India, and Singapore, Mintra provide services to 3,600 companies. For over 30 years Mintra products have helped customers with HR, planning, payroll, crew rotation, and e-learning across industries as diverse as energy, maritime, construction, fishing and wind energy.
This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.
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