– BVI, Tortola – Minds + Machines Group Limited (LSE:MMX), the publicly quoted owner and operator of Internet top-level domains, is pleased to announce that, subject to the satisfactory completion of standard regulatory checks in compliance with the AIM Rules, David Weill and Guy Elliott will re-join the Board as non-executive directors. Both are founding directors of the business.
Antony Van Couvering, CEO of Minds + Machines, commented: “We are delighted that both Guy and David have accepted the Board’s invitation to re-join the Board. They bring a close understanding of the investment community, both in London and internationally, and are personally invested in the Company. We believe they will complement the industry and operational expertise of the existing Board which is fully focused on driving sales and revenue, reducing operational costs and achieving profitability in the underlying operations.”
David Weill added: “It is a privilege to be re-joining the Board at this inflexion point. Working together, we are confident that the business can achieve the KPI goals set out by the executive team in the Report & Accounts and deliver value to shareholders both in the near and longer term. It is an exciting time to be part of the Company.”
About Minds + Machines
Minds + Machines (LSE:MMX) is a leading owner and operator of new generic Top Level Domains (“gTLDs”), and provides registry services to a range of high-profile clients. The Group also provides domain name services to consumers through its wholly owned registrar operations in the US and Europe. For more information on Minds + Machines and its services and companies within the Group.
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