Kuuhubb appoints Elmer Kim and André Lüdi to its Board of Directors alongside Garner Bornstein recently appointed as Board member

– CANADA, ON / FINLAND, Helsinki –  Kuuhubb Inc. (TSX:KUU) today announced that following the Company’s Annual General Meeting held on April 4, 2019, Elmer Kim and André Lüdi have been appointed to the Board of Directors, to serve as Directors of the Corporation effective April 4, 2019. Mr. Garner Bornstein was also appointed to the Board of Directors effective February 26, 2019.

Jouni Keränen, CEO of Kuuhubb commented, “We are delighted to have added Elmer Kim and André Lüdi to the Board of Directors, following the most recent addition of Garner Bornstein. Our new Board of Directors is now finally comprised of a seasoned team with extensive mobile gaming, technology and capital markets experience that will be invaluable in executing Kuuhubb’s growth strategy.”

About Garner Bornstein

Mr. Bornstein is the founder and CEO of Breethe, a meditation lifestyle app, which has grown to several million users. Mr. Bornstein is a serial entrepreneur with a track record of creating successful companies in the world of disruptive technology. Mr. Bornstein previously co-founded Airborne Mobile, one of North-America’s first mobile content developers and publishers. Airborne was sold in 2005 to Cybird Co. Ltd., a publicly traded Japanese mobile content publisher.

About Elmer Kim

Mr. Kim is an accomplished private equity, family office and investment management executive with over 25 years of investment and technology industry experience. Mr. Kim is currently the Chief Investment Officer of the Hyatt Bangia Family Office in Toronto. He is also the President of Uclid Inc., a privately held investment and consulting company. Prior to his current roles, Mr. Kim was Vice President of Growth Equity at the Business Development Bank of Canada from 2016 to 2017. From 2011 to 2016, Mr. Kim was the Managing Director of Roynat Equity Partners, an operating division of Roynat Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bank of Nova Scotia. Mr. Kim has held a variety of progressive investing and financial executive roles with Whitecastle Investments Limited between 1995 and 2011 and was the Co-Founder of Whitecastle Private Equity Partners in 2004.

About André Lüdi

Mr Lüdi has over 30 years of experience in the financial sector, both in investment and private banking. Mr Lüdi is currently a Senior Partner and Board Member of ACT Asset Management AG, Zürich. In 2006, Mr. Lüdi founded an asset management company that he operated as a managing partner and was also a member of the Aquila Group. From 1996 to 2006, Mr. Lüdi advised high net worth clients in Scandinavia as a wealth manager at UBS AG and VP Bank Ltd. Mr. Lüdi completed his banking apprenticeship in 1982 at Swiss Bank Corporation in Basel and then worked as a precious metals and foreign exchange trader for different banks in Basel, Geneva and Toronto until 1996.

About Kuuhubb

Kuuhubb is a publicly listed mobile game development and publishing company, targeting the female audience with bespoke mobile gaming experiences. Our strategy is to become a top player in the underserved female mobile game space by identifying new lifestyle trends, partnering with select developers and consumer brands, and creating innovative mobile game apps for our user community to enjoy. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Kuuhubb has a global presence with a strong focus on developing U.S. brand collaborations and Asian partnerships.

For more information : https://kuuhubb.com

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