On September 11th, Induct was mentioned in the Norwegian financial newspaper "Finansavisen" who reported on the Oslo Børs nomination and the short-listing of Induct to the European Small- and Mid-Cap Award. Full article below (In Norwegian).
OSLO, 11. september 2017
Oslo Børs nominerte tidligere i år Induct som en kandidat innen kategorien «Rising Star» for selskaper notert på en av de Europeiske børsene. Av 29 nominerte selskaper innen kategorien er Induct valgt ut som ett av tre selskaper som kan vinne prisen. Seremonien og kåringen av vinneren vil holdes i Brussel 22. november i år.
«At Induct er valgt ut som et av de tre mest spennende børsnoterte selskapene i Europa er veldig inspirerende for oss i Induct», sier Alf Martin Johansen, administrerende direktør i Induct. «Nå er det opp til oss å levere, slik at vi kan leve opp til forventningene til selskapet».
På http://www.europeansmallandmidcapawards.eu/ finnes det mer informasjon om prisen og organisasjonene bak.
For ytterligere information, vennligst kontakt:
Alf Martin Johansen, adm. dir.
+47 90 17 94 35
Basert på åtte års samarbeid med over 250 organisasjoner over hele verden, tilbyr Induct en digital plattform, som gjør det mulig effektivt å styre kunnskapsbaserte prosjekter og prosesser. I tillegg gjør Induct det mulig for organisasjonene å kommunisere, samhandle og dele kunnskap i et større og sikkert sky basert nettverk. Abonnementer er hovedinntektskilden til Induct, og Induct har kunder i 9 land. Induct er notert på Merkur Market-listen på Oslo Børs, med ticker INDUCT-ME.
Lit. translation: "Earlier this year, Oslo Stock-Exchange nominated Induct as a candidate to the«Rising Star» category for companies that are traded on the European markets. Of the 29 nominated companies in this category, Induct is now one of 3 companies that can win this award. The ceremony and announcement will be held in Brussels November 22nd later this year.
«That Induct is chosen as one of the 3 most exciting companies in Europe is very inspiring for us in Induct», said Alf Martin Johansen, CEO at Induct. «Now is it is up to us to deliver, so we can live up to the expectation of the company».
At http://www.europeansmallandmidcapawards.eu/ there is more information about the award and the organizations behind."
On December 1st, Induct was mentioned in the Norwegian financial newspaper "Finansavisen" which informally listed 10 companies that could have an important potential upswing on the Norwegian stock market. Full article below (In Norwegian).
Today we bring you a copy of two articles from the Norwegian financial newspaper "Finansavisen" about the "Merkur Market" that opened in January 2016 (9 months ago) where Induct AS has had a great success on both capture capital and knowledgeable investors. The number of investors in Induct have increased from 190 to around 280 in the same period - and overall, it has been a great experience for Induct.
The Merkur Market is an option for especially smaller and medium-sized companies that want access to the capital markets, and companies can raise equity without taking on all the obligations that come with a full listing on both Oslo Børs and Oslo Axess.
Today we share an article from the Norwegian financial newspaper "Finansavisen" about one of Inducts major investors, Øystein Tvenge and his research and belief in Induct AS as a company and our proven platform solution. Full article below (In Norwegian) .
Oslo, January 4th, 2016
Today, Finansavisen published this article about Induct's expectations of the coming IPO on January 13th at the new marketplace Merkur Market. Please see the document below to read the full article.
Oslo, December 16th, 2015
Today, Finansavisen publishes this article about Induct being the first company ready to be admitted to trading on Oslo Børs’ new marketplace Merkur Market. Please see the pdf. below to read the article.
In 2015 on August 12, Finansavisen in Norway posted the article below:
Oslo, October 10th, 2013
Today, Finansavisen in Norway posted the article below:
In 2013 on September 2nd, Finansavisen in Norway posted the article below: