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European Stock Exchange Selects MGI for Prestigious Tech 40 Index

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Press release from the issuing company

EnterNext, a Subsidiary of Euronext, Chooses MGI to Represent the Technology Industry in Launch of New Pan-European Securities Market Program

PARIS, FRANCE – The MGI Group announced today announced that it has been selected as one of 40 companies listed on the Euronext stock exchange to be included in the prestigious EnterNext Tech 40 stock index.

MGI Digital Graphic Technology (Stock: ALMDG), a global leader in the design, development and manufacturing of high-end Digital Printing and 3D Printed Electronics solutions, has been selected by an independent group of European experts on the basis of its business, financial and stock market performance. EnterNext chose MGI for membership from among the hundreds of European companies listed on Euronext exchanges in Amsterdam, Brussels, Lisbon and Paris.
 
The Tech 40 Index includes companies operating in life sciences, technology, media, telecom and eco-enviro industries. As a member, MGI will contribute to EnterNext stock exchange meetings, business development initiatives and public forums involving a wide range of entrepreneurs and industry experts.
 
Edmond Abergel, MGI Chief Executive Officer, said: "As a global French company, we are honored to be invited for membership in the Tech 40 Index and to help launch this new pan-European investment initiative. This distinction recognizes our historic commitment to innovation and should enable us to increase the visibility of our unique digital technologies with customers, distributors and investors around the world."
 
“Our customers have always believed that our products are good investments in digital technology. In the same way, we feel that this recognition by multi-national securities & business experts represents their belief that our company’s stock is a good investment for future growth.” concluded Abergel.

 

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