Glaston’s web pages awarded

Date: 4 February 2011
Source: Glaston Corporation
Glaston’s webpages reached second place in the highly esteemed competition “Best Investor Pages on the Web” in the series for small and mid cap companies on the NASDAQ OMX Helsinki.

Winner in this series was Alma Media, a company specialized in newspapers, online media and other internet services. Basware, the global leader in Purchase-to-Pay process automation, came third. The results were presented today at the stock exchange in Helsinki.

In the competition easy, fast and logic access to information and relevance of published information were rated. The content that was evaluated was operating environment, financial targets and current development, major risks, mergers&acquisitions, outlook and guidance, disclosure policy, covenants and ability to serve site visitors.

According to the award committee Compared to last year especially the small and mid cap sized companies had significantly improved their web sites.

“The silver medal is a great recognition for Glaston’s new web site and the www-development team. User friendliness, clear structure and navigation and up to date content were some of the key things in focus during the development project and the award shows that we have succeeded“, says Agneta Selroos, Director, Communications and Marketing.

The objective for the competition is to improve Investor Communications among companies listed on the stock exchange in Helsinki. The competition is organized annually by The Finnish Foundation for Share Promotion, The Finnish Society of Financial Analysts and the financial magazine Talouselämä.

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