Company Secretary ChangeFebruary 13, 2008
13 February 2008
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 13 February 2008
CHANGE OF COMPANY SECRETARY
Globo plc ("the Company"; LSE-AIM: GBO) is pleased to announce that it has today
appointed Lorraine Young as Company Secretary. Lorraine is a Chartered
Secretary with wide-ranging experience within blue chip companies and replaces
Gavin Burnell who remains as a non-executive director of the Company.
Globo plc +44 (0) 20-7584-3663
Brett Miller, Non-executive Chairman
Costis Papadimitrakopoulos, Managing Director +30 210-646-6008
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Simon Bloomfield or Steve Liebmann
NCB Stockbrokers Limited (Nomad & Broker) +44 20-7071-5200
Christopher Caldwell or Jonathan Gray
Founded in 1997 by Konstantinos Papadimitrakopoulos and headquartered in
Halandri (a suburb of Athens), AIM-listed Globo has established itself as one
of the market leaders in the Greek ICT market. It provides e-business and
telecom software products and related services to the private and governmental
sectors in Greece as well as developing and operating broadband wired and
wireless networks. It has developed to become one of the largest e-business
software vendors in Greece.
The three components of the Globo Group’s key software revenue stream are
• products and services that facilitate e-business;
• products and services that enable access to broadband; and
• resale of third-party goods
The first two of these product groups, the e-business and broadband access, are
offered under a software licence or as S.a.a.S.
Globo’s products are used by private and public organisations that include more
than 600 corporate and SME clients and more than 60 public sector clients. They
are also sold through 14 value added resellers to a large number of indirect
customers. Globo’s direct private sector customers include Xerox, National Bank
of Greece, Velti, Group Marinopoulos and the University of Brighton.
Globo’s public sector customers in Greece include the Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, the Ministry of National Education and Religious Affairs, the
Municipalities of Halandri and of Maroussi and the Hellenic parliament.
Globo’s e-Business platform, as well as its e-Commerce and broadband access
technology products have been successfully marketed and operated in Greece, UK,
Ireland, France, Belgium, Cyprus, Romania, Bulgaria, Spain and Italy.
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