Fiskars' PowerGear2™ Pruning Tools

Fiskars' PowerGear2™ tools have been completely re-engineered to make the best-performing garden cutting tools even better. PowerGear2™ tools are the result of the extensive study of the way a body interacts with a tool to help create the optimal user experience, whether cutting stems and thick branches or trimming hedges and shrubs. For gardeners and yard care takers of any experience-level, Fiskars' PowerGear2™ tools can help make cutting tasks easier and more enjoyable.Advanced mechanicsRedesigned patent-pending elliptical gear with integrated cam mechanism (on pruners and loppers) optimizes power in the middle of the cut—where the branch is the thickest and the user’s strength is the weakestTechnology provides more cutting power than a standard single-pivot tool and helps reduce fatigue during prolonged useAdvanced blade designNew blade geometry and processing provides the optimal balance of sharpness, strength, low friction and rust resistanceAdvanced comfort & controlModified oval handle shape provides a more natural fitEnlarged handle grips with strategically positioned Softgrip® touchpoints improve control and help prevent blisters whether gripping on the ends for more leverage on thick branches or closer to the blade in tight spacesAdvanced durabilityRobust, reinforced connections for blades, gears and handles provide added strengthBacked by a full lifetime warranty good for as long as the user owns the productFiskars PowerGear2™ toolsHand prunersPowerGear2™ Softgrip® Pruner (9279-1); 3/4" cut capacityPowerGear2™ Pruner (9104 -1); 3/4" cut capacityLoppersPowerGear2™ Bypass Lopper-32" (9480-1); 2" cut capacityPowerGear2™ Bypass Lopper-25" (9477-1); 1.75" cut capacityPowerGear2™ Bypass Lopper-18" (9475-1); 1.5" cut capacityHedge shearsPowerGear2™ Hedge Shears-23" (9286 -1); 10" cutting length

Moving Workers Around Safely is the most Important Commodity

 The oil, gas and marine industry has always been an entity teetering on the brink of unfortunate circumstances. Oil rigs and oil tankers, by the very nature of their massive size and exposure to the fickle whims of a relentless and unforgiving Mother Nature, are susceptible to a myriad of dangers. And when those dangers occur, the safety of the men and women manning these maritime behemoths must take top priority. According to the official Shell Oil website, the energy giant begins evacuating non-essential personnel from offshore platforms and drilling rigs, beginning with the sites closest to a developing hurricane’s anticipated path. So like Shell, most of the larger oil companies have evacuation down to a science, particularly during hurricane season. In many cases the evacuation from oil rigs or oil tankers is highly-manageable, sometimes no more than a few dozen people have to be transported. This means most of the time the evacuees can simply grab a taxi, book themselves into a hotel room, or make other similar accommodations.  But what happens when the evacuation is so immense that you are suddenly relocating thousands of evacuated workers to the nearest mainland?  In October of 2014, with the threat of a cyclone ready to batter the Gulf of Mexico, Mexico’s state oil company Pemex evacuated 15,000 workers from over 60 platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.  Think about it; 15,000 workers, forming a virtual stew of various cultures and languages and nationalities, all with the need to be transported and lodged. It’s a good guess that while company officials are watching their financial lifeline being battered and starting to list badly under the wrath of 100-mile an hour winds, that this is an extra mental burden they don’t need.  Anticipating worst case scenarios is a prerequisite in the oil, gas and marine industry. Although travel by executives at senior levels in these types of companies are handled with the highest priority, to handle the constant movement of lower level workers many companies enlist the services of Travel Management Companies (TMC’s).  TMC’s coordinate getting personnel from land to rigs, tankers, drills and pipelines and back, a massive orchestration that includes coordinating accommodations, lodging, weather alerts, translation services, and various other types of ticketing.  We once worked with a 30-person energy exploration team that had to be transported back and forth to Greenland.  They needed to be brought to Edinburgh from all over the world, housed overnight at the airport and then walked to the private charter terminal the following morning.  To make the matter even more challenging, they came from over a dozen different countries, encompassing nearly as many different languages. It was an exhausting effort over the course of a drilling season, in this case a summer, but it all came together successfully.  One of the key areas of concern, as we alluded to earlier, is severe and abrupt weather, whether it’s the unpredictable Gulf of Mexico, the wave-lashing North Sea, or the harsh weather that needs to be navigated to get workers to a pipeline snaking its way across the Alaskan wilderness. Travel Management Companies have the technology to keep companies informed in real time of weather situations, to let the decision-makers know that although the weather may be favourable when a crew flies from London to Edinburgh, the same might not be true when that same crew lands in Greenland. There will always be the need to make quick changes to flights, hotels, ground transportation and the like. And once again, this is not something you want to deal with while your disabled company oil tanker carrying millions of gallons of oil is teetering on the edge of an environmental Armageddon.  There are certain industries that need to send its employees to work in the world’s “hot zones,” such as the oil & gas industry. According to a USA Today report, in 2013 three Americans were among 38 workers killed in the siege of an Algerian gas plant in which Islamic terrorists used hostages as human shields after their attempted mass kidnapping for ransom went awry. Seven U.S. citizens survived the attack. The need to move crews swiftly isn’t all at the whim of Mother Nature. Sometimes it is the political whim of where you are setting up shop, whether the sand-swept Middle East or the steamy jungles of South America.  This is where you need to have real-time knowledge of the political climate of the day, the best exit points, and how to travel safely within those countries should the need to evacuate a facility arise.  However, it isn’t always about evacuating workers from offshore facilities but getting them from a major airport to a remote location, perhaps where a helicopter undertakes the last leg of the trip out to the site. OGM travellers also need to realize that the flight on a major airline to get into a somewhat unstable country isn’t the problem; it’s travelling within the country, when they have two options to get 350 miles inland. The quickest option is to take a local small airline which could reach their destination in about 20 minutes. However, these smaller airlines may not comply with the strict safety and service precautions applicable to western airlines. The alternative is a seven-hour car ride, which will likely take you through a number of security checkpoints manned by people with automatic weapons. Not easy decisions to make.  Fortunately, the recent boom in technology has helped your personnel travel more safely, as they can now receive electronic alerts regarding risks such as natural catastrophes, labour strikes, and changes in flight schedules.  Finally, a major factor involved in the decision to use a TMC is simply a case of saving money and accommodating your employees. Most workers on oil rigs are able to use special pricing when booking plane tickets while working off-shore, often as much as a 50% discount, with the added caveat of being allowed great flexibility in changing flights with minimum financial setback.  However, these hefty discounts can only be put in place by an accredited Travel Management Company, who also monitors the fluidity of ticket pricing and flight scheduling. This is key to any company whose business depends on the assurance that their crew will be able to travel unabated to and from various locations. There is the potential for a myriad of problems to arise when operating these marine locations, both weather-related and man-made. And the cost of finding solutions to these situations can often be crippling and costly to a business, both in terms of valuable staff time wasted as well as the difficulty in finding the time or the resources to source viable, inexpensive travel alternatives. A Travel Management Company (TMC) can monitor global weather conditions, political uncertainty, and then respond quickly when major disruptions to travel occur, ensuring all employees make it to their destination or can be evacuated as quickly and safely as possible. Written by Franc Jeffrey, CEO, EQ Travel Management.

IVISYS announces interim results for the first quarter of 2015

Press releaseIVISYS ABTicker: IVISYS556998-498118 May 2015 Definitions- Earnings per share: Earnings of the period divided by 6 740 000 shares as of 31 March 2015.- Equity ratio: Equity divided by total assets Important events during the first quarter of 2015 - In January 2015 David S. Joelsen was hired as Sales Manager for Denmark and Poland. - On 26 January, IVISYS could announce that the company planned an issuance of units prior to a planned listing on Nasdaq First North in Stockholm. - On 19 February 2015, IVISYS published a memorandum on the company’s website, prior to the scheduled listing. - The first system has been sold to Shiloh in Sweden (Shiloh’s annual sales to the global automotive industry is 7.3 bn. SEK). - On 25 February 2015, the subscription period of the IPO commenced. The subscription period lasted until 12 March 2015. Through the issuance, which was oversubscribed, IVISYS got 435 new shareholders and approximately 12.2 million SEK before issuance costs. 1 740 000 shares and 870 000 warrants were issued in the issuance. Important events after the end of the period - On 1 April 2015, IVISYS announced that Nasdaq had approved the Company’s listing on Nasdaq First North in Stockholm. First day of trading in IVISYS’ shares and warrants of series TO 1 would to be 13 April 2015. - In April 2015, IVISYS hired Anders Svensson as Sales Manager for Sweden and Germany. - In April 2015, IVISYS participated in the Hanover Fair, at the fair IVISYS presented a new product – the IVISYS Advanced Conveyor Inspection Station (MAS600XUL). - On 28 April 2015, IVISYS was officially granted a US patent for the Company’s ultra-high-speed process regarding ‘object recognition and tracking.’ - 30 April 2015, IVISYS announced that the Company’s Annual General Meeting was cancelled due to the fact that the company was formed on 16 December 2014 and thus did not have any annual accounts to present. The next annual report will include an addition of the accounts regarding the period 16 December 2014 – 31 December 2014. IVISYS CEO Jakob Kesje’s comments ‘The first months of the year have passed and we now look back at an exciting time for IVISYS. IVISYS was listed on Nasdaq First North in Stockholm on 13 April 2015 after a very successful share issuance, which brought SEK 12.2 million to the Company, before issuance costs. As a result of the newly raised funds, we have been able to continue our efforts as planned – increasing the workforce as well as our sales and marketing efforts in order to increase our growth rate. We started the year off with recruiting new staff by hiring David S. Joelsen as ‘Regional Sales Manager’. David has more than 15 years of experience in consulting and sales of technical products to industrial clients. In April, we expanded our workforce further by recruiting Anders Svensson as ‘Regional Sales Manager’ for Sweden and Germany. Anders has a background as industrial sales manager, which gives him great insight into the industry’s need of quality control. The sales team will be continuously expanded as competent candidates are identified. During the first quarter, we also had the pleasure of welcoming a new customer, who has successfully implemented tests of IVISYS Pro V. After a test period, Shiloh in Olofström (formerly known as Finnveden Metal Structures) chose, initially, to purchase the test system for continuous quality control in their production. Shiloh is a global company, selling automotive components for nearly 7.3 bn. SEK annually with a number of factories worldwide. During the period, we have participated in a number of the events in Denmark and Sweden as well as the Hannover Messe trade fair in Germany. It is a pleasure to meet potential customers and experience the interest, which exists among the audience. At the trade fair in Hannover, we had the pleasure of introducing our latest product, the IVISYS Advanced Conveyor Inspection Station. The product is a universal inspection station, which can be used for product verification, flaw detection and measurement applications. It consists of a programmable multi-zone scanning module and a conveyor belt, which is flexible with respect to running speed. In addition, our new system is adjustable regarding height above the ground, which means it is easily integrated into various working environments. We are already experiencing great interest in our products and have a number of quotes out in the market, so we expect a continuous increase in revenues during the year with the aim of reaching the projected break-even in 2016. We currently have a burn rate of approximately 600 000 SEK per month; however, the rate will increase as the right candidates are found and the number of employees increases accordingly during the year. Our expectation is that the increased costs will be accompanied by a corresponding increase in revenue. We leave a successful period behind and look forward to an ongoing exciting 2015 for IVISYS!’ Jakob KesjeCEO, IVISYS AB Full first quarter report IVISYS’ full first quarter report is available on the company website (in Swedish): ivisys.com/investor/financial-reports Certified Adviser Sedermera Fondkommission is Certified Adviser to IVISYS. For more information, please contact Jakob Kesje, CEO IVISYS ABPhone: +45 20 22 60 10Email: jk@ivisys.com About IVISYS IVISYS AB was formed on 16 December 2014. The company provides independent vision system solutions for quality control and offers “plug-and-play” solutions with an easy installation process. IVISYS delivers complete solutions with cameras, lighting, hardware and software. The solutions perform quality inspections at high speed and allow multiple control points in a single inspection. IVISYS’ solutions are easily adapted to various products and variations and is invariant to product positioning. Settings can be adjusted by the customer’s own staff according to their demands.

The application period starts today for SciBase’s initial public offering with planned listing on Nasdaq First North

Today, Monday May 18, marks the start of the application period for SciBase’s initial public offering, with planned listing on Nasdaq First North. The application period continues until and including May 27 for the Swedish general public and until and including May 28 for institutional investors in Sweden and abroad. Prospectus and application forms are available on SciBase’s website. Several opportunities to meet SciBase’s CEO Simon Grant will be offered during the application period where he will present the company and answer questions. A presentation will be given at Avanza Bank's “Börsdag” at the Opera Terrace in Stockholm on May 20 at 10:45. The invitation can be downloaded on SciBase’s website. A video of the presentation will also be available on SciBase’s website after the event. Furthermore, Pareto Securities has planned the following lunch presentations: In Stockholm on Wednesday May 20, in Malmö on Monday May 25, and in Stockholm on Tuesday May 26. Please contact Anna Nilsson for more information: anna.nilsson@paretosec.com. Advisors Pareto Securities is Sole Manager and Bookrunner in connection with the Offering. Hamilton Advokatbyrå is legal advisor to SciBase and Gernandt & Danielsson is legal advisor to Pareto Securities. Avanza is Selling Agent and Certified Adviser. For further information please visit www.scibase.com or contact: Simon Grant, VDTel: +46 72 887 43 99E-post: simon.grant@scibase.com About Skin Cancer Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world, accounting for nearly half of all cancers. It has been estimated that nearly half of all Americans who live to age 65 will develop skin cancer at least once. Malignant melanoma is the most fatal form of skin cancer causing the majority (75%) of deaths related to skin cancer. Worldwide, doctors diagnose about 230,000 new cases of melanoma yearly. About SciBase and Nevisense                                                              SciBase is a Swedish medical technology company founded in 1998 that has developed Nevisense, a point-of-care device for the accurate detection of malignant melanoma. Nevisense has emerged from more than 20 years of research at The Karolinska Institute in Stockholm and at SciBase. The device is designed to provide additional information when evaluating lesions with a suspicion of melanoma. Nevisense is based on a technology called Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS), which uses the varying electrical properties of human tissue to categorize cellular structures and thereby detect malignancies.  The CE-marked system consists of an electrode on a hand-held probe connected to a small portable device performing the analysis and displaying the result. A video describing the Nevisense method is available on: http://scibase.se/en/the-nevisense-product and further information is also available on www.scibase.com. IMPORTANT NOTICE This announcement is not and does not form a part of any offer for sale of securities. Copies of this announcement are not being made and may not be distributed or sent into the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Japan, Switzerland, South Africa or any other jurisdiction in which such distribution would be unlawful or would require registration or other measures. The securities referred to in this announcement have not been and will not be registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “Securities Act”), and accordingly may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an exemption from the registration requirements of the Securities Act and in accordance with applicable U.S. state securities laws. The Company does not intend to register any offering in the United States or to conduct a public offering of securities in the United States. Any offering of the securities referred to in this announcement will be made by means of a prospectus. This announcement is not a prospectus for the purposes of Directive 2003/71/EC (together with any applicable implementing measures in any Member State, the “Prospectus Directive”). Investors should not invest in any securities referred to in this announcement except on the basis of information contained in the aforementioned prospectus. In any EEA Member State other than Sweden that has implemented the Prospectus Directive, this communication is only addressed to and is only directed at qualified investors in that Member State within the meaning of the Prospectus Directive, i.e., only to investors who can receive the offer without an approved prospectus in such EEA Member State. This communication is only being distributed to and is only directed at persons in the United Kingdom that are (i) investment professionals falling within Article 19(5) of the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 (Financial Promotion) Order 2005, as amended (the “Order”) or (ii) high net worth entities, and other persons to whom this announcement may lawfully be communicated, falling within Article 49(2)(a) to (d) of the Order (all such persons together being referred to as “relevant persons”). This communication must not be acted on or relied on by persons who are not relevant persons. Any investment or investment activity to which this communication relates is available only to relevant persons and will be engaged in only with relevant persons. Persons distributing this communication must satisfy themselves that it is lawful to do so. Matters discussed in this announcement may constitute forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements in this release are based upon various assumptions, many of which are based, in turn, upon further assumptions. Although the Company believes that these assumptions were reasonable when made, these assumptions are inherently subject to significant known and unknown risks, uncertainties, contingencies and other important factors which are difficult or impossible to predict and are beyond its control. Such risks, uncertainties, contingencies and other important factors could cause actual events to differ materially from the expectations expressed or implied in this release by such forward-looking statements. The information, opinions and forward-looking statements contained in this announcement speak only as at its date, and are subject to change without notice.

Balmain and H&M call for #HMBalmaination

"I want to talk to my generation: this is my main aim as a designer. H&M allows me the unique possibility of bringing everyone into the world of Balmain, get a piece of the dream and create a global #HMBalmaination: a movement of togetherness, fueled on a hashtag. The collaboration felt extremely natural to me: H&M is a brand that everybody connects to. It calls for unity, and I am all for it," says Olivier Rousteing. Founded in 1945, Balmain has always remained true to the vision and spirit of its founder and expresses energy, fun, amusement and freedom, appealing everybody. Rousteing has created a unique identity for the house, at once respectful of its couture DNA and rooted in the moment, with a showbiz flair. Highlighting its pop charm through the H&M collaboration came as a natural decision. “We are excited to have Balmain as our guest designer at H&M and create a truly involving experience for everybody. With its mix of couture spirit and streetwear attitude, Balmain owns a unique style, at once opulent and direct, sensual and energetic. It is also closely linked to the show business and music worlds, which adds another element of surprise,” says Ann-Sofie Johansson, Creative Advisor at H&M. Available from November 5, in around 250 stores worldwide and online, the collection will feature clothing and accessories for both women and men. www.balmain.comwww.hm.com/press #HMBalmaination INSTAGRAM@hm                                                                            @balmainparis@olivier_rousteing TWITTER@hm@balmain@orousteing FACEBOOK@H&M@balmainparis@orousteing

NCC to energy refurbish Million Program homes

Sweden’s public utility housing stock is currently facing a major refurbishment challenge with thousands of apartments in need of upgrading throughout the country. For Stockholmshem (http://www.stockholmshem.se/), this means that it is now the turn of the properties built as part of the Million Homes Program of the 1960s and 1970s, which are in substantial need of mains refurbishment and other upgrades. NCC’s framework agreement with Stockholmshem encompasses the NCC Sustainable Refurbishment (http://www.ncc.se/produkter-och-tjanster/hallbar-renovering/) concept, an approach by which NCC creates socially and environmentally sustainable living environments. The projects’ economic sustainability derives from interaction between refurbishment, energy efficiency, social sustainability and future maintenance. “When upgrading the units from the Million Apartment Program, we envisage considerable scope for positive and sustainable social development. NCC will implement necessary maintenance measures, thus reducing energy consumption and future maintenance costs,” says Fredrik Elmgren, Business Manager at NCC Construction Sweden. Cooperation with Stockholmshem will take the form of what is known as strategic partnering (http://www.ncc.se/produkter-och-tjanster/partnering/), a long-term cooperative format whereby the participating companies implement an assignment in close cooperation with each other and always with the best of the project in mind. “Being able to take experiences from one project and use them in the next one, with the same contractor and employees, is invaluable. We will increase capacity and gain potential for enhanced efficiency,” says Nina Wahlberg, head of Technology and Refurbishment at Stockholmshem. It is in connection with larger refurbishments that actions for reducing the buildings’ energy and climate impact are most profitable. Increasing the energy-efficiency of older housing units is necessary if Sweden is to reach its environmental quality targets and the targets of the EU’s energy-efficiency directive. The framework agreement means that, during the contractual period, Stockholmshem will implement parts of its planned maintenance together with NCC. The cooperation will get under way during autumn 2015.

Tieto delivers major business system transformation based on Dynamics AX to Quant

Tieto will migrate and integrate sixteen of Quant’s Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems into one consolidated solution based on Microsoft Dynamics AX. The new solution will support Quant users in 26 countries improving the safety, production and equipment performance for over 300 facilities around the world. “We selected Tieto as we needed a committed and knowledgeable global system integration partner that could ensure our business processes were efficiently separated from our previous owner and rapidly deployed to a new, stable and consolidated solution,” says Roger Axelsson, CFO at Quant. Work on the project has already started and Global roll-out start is scheduled for the second half of 2015. The project is scheduled for completion in the middle of 2016. “We are very happy to support Quant in their large business system integration as well as their future growth in industrial maintenance business. Tieto has developed solutions for industrial services and we can also offer new elements for service business to enhance the possibilities of Internet of Things. In the digitalizing world of integrated systems and connected machines and devices IT plays vital part future success,” says Jaakko Tapanainen, head of manufacturing industry at Tieto. Quant, formerly known as ABB Full Service, was acquired by the private equity fund Nordic Capital Fund VIII at the end of 2014. Due to the acquisition rules, Quant has been required to have its business processes transitioned from ABB’s SAP ERP system to the Microsoft Dynamics AX ERP solution by the end of 2016. “This is an incredible stamp of approval for our Dynamics AX organisation in Sweden,” says Arne Thor, Sales Director at Tieto. “It also underscores our ability to deliver fast and reliable services with quality within an extremely tight time-frame.” For further information, please contact: Jaakko Tapanainen, VP Manufacturing, Tieto, jaakko.tapanainen[at]tieto.com, +358 40 543 6367 Arne Thor, Sales Director Tieto, arne.thor[at]tieto.com , +46 72 5454 015 Roger Axelsson, CFO, Quant, roger.axelsson[at]quantservice.com TIETO CORPORATION DISTRIBUTIONPrincipal media Tieto is the largest IT services company in the Nordics providing full lifecycle IT services. We also provide global product development services for companies in the communications and embedded technologies arena. Through industry insight, technology vision, and innovative thinking, Tieto proactively strives to inspire and engage our customers in finding new ways of accelerating their business. Building on a strong Nordic heritage, Tieto combines global capabilities with local presence. Headquartered in Helsinki, Finland, Tieto has over 13 000 experts in more than 20 countries. Turnover is approximately EUR 1.5 billion. Tieto’s shares are listed on NASDAQ in Helsinki and Stockholm. www.tieto.com Quant is a global leader in industrial maintenance. For over 25 years, we have been realising the full potential of maintenance for our customers. From embedding superior safety practices and building a true maintenance culture, to optimising maintenance costs and improving plant performance, our people make the difference. Quant is headquartered in Stockholm and provides services to more than 300 facilities around the world.

SciBase supports the physicians at the Karolinska University Hospital during the Euromelanoma Week

The Karolinska University Hospital is a participant in the Euromelanoma Week, a European initiative to increase the awareness of skin cancer and especially malignant melanoma, it’s most dangerous form. The Karolinska University Hospital is one of 45 organizations in Sweden that will accept patients without a referral to examine suspicious skin lesions. Nevisense, which has been developed by SciBase, is an aid in the detection of malignant melanoma.  The cancer is often hard to detect and the current diagnostic methods are based on visual detection, which is dependent upon the individual physicians experience and knowledge.  Nevisense is the first non-visual method and as such an important objective complement to the current methods. - Our clinical studies have demonstrated that Nevisense has a very high sensitivity to detect malignant melanoma but can also help to reduce the number of unnecessary biopsies. We hope that many patients will visit Karolinska during Euromelanoma week to have their lesions examined and that we, with Nevisense, can be of assistance in the difficult task to correctly identify the lesions that are melanoma, says Simon Grant, CEO of SciBase. Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world, accounting for nearly half of all cancers. It has been estimated that nearly half of all Americans who live to age 65 will develop skin cancer at least once. Malignant melanoma is the most fatal form of skin cancer causing the majority (75%) of deaths related to skin cancer. Worldwide, doctors diagnose about 230,000 new cases of melanoma yearly and the key to a successful treatment is early detection. About Euromelanoma 2015 Euromelanoma 2015 is an European investment in the prevention and early detection of malignant melanoma and other forms of skin cancer.  In Sweden the Euromelanoma week runs from May 18 to May 22. Dermatology clinics, spread through the country, offer together more than 5,000 examinations without referrals. All the clinics utilise appointments (no drop-ins). Ordinary patient-fees and cost ceilings apply. You can find all the participating clinics in Sweden at www.euromelanoma.com/sweden. For further information please visit www.scibase.com or contact: Simon Grant, VDTel: +46 72 887 43 99E-mail: simon.grant@scibase.com About SciBase and Nevisense SciBase is a Swedish medical technology company founded in 1998 that has developed Nevisense, a point-of-care device for the accurate detection of malignant melanoma. Nevisense has emerged from more than 20 years of research at The Karolinska Institute in Stockholm and at SciBase. The device is designed to provide additional information when evaluating lesions with a suspicion of melanoma. Nevisense is based on a technology called Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS), which uses the varying electrical properties of human tissue to categorize cellular structures and thereby detect malignancies.  The CE-marked system consists of an electrode on a hand-held probe connected to a small portable device performing the analysis and displaying the result. A video describing the Nevisense method is available on: http://scibase.se/en/the-nevisense-product and further information is also available on www.scibase.com. 

Planning each work activity makes worksites safer – Skanska Safety Week for the 11th consecutive year

“To reach our target of zero accidents we need to cooperate with our partners, subcontractors and industry colleagues. We cannot be satisfied until everyone, every day comes home from work safely”, says Johan Karlström, President and CEO of Skanska. A construction project is a dynamic setting and this year’s theme is chosen to reduce the risk of accidents on site. “We know that by carefully planning each task we come to understand the safety hazards and can take the right actions to keep our colleagues safe. Pre Task Planning is an important part of risk management intended to identify potential safety hazards. If it is done well, the risk of working unsafely is reduced”, says Neil Moore, Senior Vice President Safety, Skanska AB. On the website www.skanska.com/safetyweek2015 you can read about some of the thousands of activities taking place during Skanska Safety Week. You can also read about how health and safety is present in their daily work of colleagues in all parts of Skanska. 09.00 CET, Oslo, Norway Karen Hagby works for the building unit in Norway and is a Health & Safety advisor at the Sundtkvartalet project in Oslo. She starts her workday with planning and supports the production team to ensure safe and efficient production on the site. 13.00 CET, 7 a.m. EDT, Newark, NJ  On the other side of the globe the day is just starting. Joe Domingues, Labor Foreman, working for Skanska USA Civil, is 80 years old and still leading the stretch-and-flex. He keeps himself in good shape and says: “my signature ‘hula bula’ move shows everyone what this old man can do!”

A need for global awareness of the burden of psoriatic arthritis

(Stockholm, May 18, 2015) Today, in conjunction with the opening of the 68th World Health Assembly, the International Federation of Psoriasis Associations, IFPA, launches an issue brief on psoriatic arthritis, calling the international community to action. “The 67th World Health Assembly adopted a resolution on psoriasis, in which it was recognized that a large portion of people with psoriasis develop psoriatic arthritis, which can lead to permanent disfigurement and disability. For the global psoriasis community it is important to raise awareness of the added burden of psoriatic arthritis, that so many of us struggle with”, says Lars Ettarp, President of IFPA. Despite being the second most common inflammatory joint disease, causing stiffness, swelling and pain in and, in many cases, disability, many are still unaware of the burden psoriatic arthritis puts on both the individual and society. Many who suffer from psoriatic arthritis are unable to work due to this disabling condition and require frequent and expensive treatments. Dr Philip Helliwell, of the Leeds Institute of Rheumatic and Musculoskeletal Medicine at the University of Leeds, comments:“Almost a third of people with psoriasis will develop psoriatic arthritis yet half of these people will have a considerable delay in diagnosis and treatment. This will lead to irreversible joint damage. Since effective treatments are available it is imperative that people with psoriatic arthritis are identified and referred as soon as possible. In order for this to happen we need wider education of both people with psoriasis, and health professionals who are consulted.” Policy makers, health care professionals and the public needs to understand and recognize that the long-term outcomes of the disease can be severe, marked by disease progression, increasing disability, comorbidities, poor quality of life, inability to work and increased treatment costs. It is IFPA’s hope that this issue brief will help patient organizations all over the world in their advocacy and awareness efforts to improve the situation for people with psoriatic arthritis. Maarten de Wit, longtime patient advocate and past Vice President of the European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR), welcomes the call to action:“As a person with psoriatic arthritis since the age of 15, I have experienced how the disease has impacted my personal life. Not being able anymore to work as a company trainer, I suffered from enduring pain, fatigue, social isolation and feelings of depression. Surgery, moving to a house with all facilities on the ground floor and finally the start of new effective medicines, has changed my life. I am now able to contribute again to society and to enjoy life.”  About the issue brief:The issue brief, titled “A need for global awareness to lift the burden of psoriatic arthritis on the individual and society” is published in conjunction to this year’s World Health Assembly, and is available for download from IFPA's website.  Calls for action in the issue brief: · Recognize that psoriatic arthritis is a serious disabling disease with a major impact on the individual as well as on society · Include psoriatic arthritis in health policies and disability forums · Support awareness campaigns to educate patients and health care professionals about psoriatic arthritis to ensure early diagnosis and effective treatment About the International Federation of Psoriasis Associations, IFPAThe International Federation of Psoriasis Associations, IFPA, is the non-profit umbrella organization for the majority of psoriasis associations around the world. Today, IFPA has more than 50 member associations covering all regions of the world. IFPA’s mission is to be the unifying voice of all psoriasis associations, supporting, strengthening and promoting their cause at an international level. Please visit our website www.ifpa-pso.org to learn more about IFPA, our members and our activities. ContactFor more information about the issue brief, please contact Ms Susanne Hedberg, IFPA Program Officer Advocacy and Policy, susanne.hedberg@pso.se.

Sivers IMA recruits East Coast Microwave as new distributor for the North American market

“The agreement with ECM is an important part of our expansion strategy. The North American market naturally holds a large potential for our products and we strongly believe that ECM is the right local partner for us to meet the interest we see”, says Robert Ekström CEO of Sivers IMA. With over 25 years in the Radio Frequency and Microwave business, ECM has developed a broad network of industry contacts all over the North American continent. Together with its network of Sales reps in the USA and Canada, ECM ensures that Sivers IMA will have local presence and improve support to customers in the region. “We are very excited to take on the Sivers IMA product portfolio. The Sivers IMA brand stands for high quality and is a perfect complement to our existing offering”, says James Doyle CEO of ECM. “Over the last months discussions we have seen Sivers IMA launch many new products, including a new converter for the telecom industry, a 77 GHz radar sensor complementing the existing 10 and 24 GHz radars as wells as the Radar Development Kit (RDK). We are already seeing big interest from our customer base in evaluating all these products and are convinced that this will be a fruitful partnership”, Doyle continues. On May 28 the two companies offer a free webinar on how to get started with using Radar to measure speed or distance. You can sign up through the following link: Thursday May 28, 2015 at 11.00 US Eastern Standard Time. https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/2585151214639175426 For further information please contact: Robert Ekström, CEO, Sivers IMA AB                                 James B Doyle, President & CEO, East Coast Microwave, Inc.Tel: +46 (0)733-552 602                                                       Tel: +1 (781) 279-0900E-mail: robert.ekstrom@siversima.com                               E-mail: jdoyle@ECMstockroom.com  

Engel & Völkers launches new private jet division

Hamburg, May 18, 2015: The Engel & Völkers Group, a global company specialised in the sale and rental of luxury real estate, properties, yachts and boats, has expanded its service portfolio to include the brokerage of business aircraft and private jets worldwide. The new business division Engel & Völkers Aviation is specialised in aircraft sales and charter, and will make its industry debut at the European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (EBACE), 19-25 May 2015 in Geneva, Switzerland, Stand H065. “Engel & Völkers clients are wealthy, with sophisticated demands and expectations. They lead luxury lifestyles and enjoy travelling – both for business and pleasure. We are seeing a growing need for this service amongst our real estate and yachting clients. This opens up significant opportunities for our company and means that we can now offer clients even more services from one single source,” said Christian Völkers, Founder and Co-CEO of Engel & Völkers AG, on the future potential of the new business division. The E&V Aviation division is headed by Bart Boury as CEO, who has many decades of experience working in the aviation industry. Bart Boury is lawyer by education (University of Leuven) with additional master degrees - specialisation in air transport law and air transport economy (University Aix-Marseille), having broad expertise and professional background in starting up new aviation ventures, to include in business aircraft management and operations and aviation tax and legal consultancy. E&V Aviation will provide air charter brokerage via its ‘E&V Air’ charter quote and booking platform, available online and via mobile app, enabling its global clientele to access the worldwide marketplace of business aircraft. In addition to aircraft charter for individual trips and aircraft trading, Engel & Völkers Aviation is also brokering business and private aircraft for long-term charter, jet card or block hour arrangements, or through fractional ownership schemes. For its aircraft trading brokerage, Engel & Völkers Aviation works together with premium preferred partners with a longstanding professional experience and expertise in the aircraft trading business. Moreover, the company provides comprehensive consulting on legal and taxation issues, aircraft management, (structured) finance, risk management (insurance). Engel & Völkers is the first property company ever to enter the luxury travel market. Growth with regional focus While the majority of buyers and charter clients remain geographically situated in North America, followed by Europe, new demand has also emerged from China, the Middle East and South America. “Our entry to the aviation market comes at just the right time. Our global network in 39 countries and our uncompromising level of professionalism will help us to achieve our company targets very quickly,” Christian Völkers concluded. For further information please visit: www.engelvoelkers.com/aviation The Cessna Citation CJ1 seats six passengers and is on sale through Engel & Völkers Aviation for 1.1 million US dollars (approx. 1.0 million euros). (Source: Engel & Völkers Aviation)

Proact delivers redundant data centre to the energy company Elenia

Proact is in charge of implementing a redundant data centre featuring NetApp Clustered Ontap technology to Elenia. The implementation of a new data centre is the result of Elenia’s requirement for more storage capacity and the need to centralise virtual IT services on two system entities. Updating Elenia’s infrastructure facilitates cost-efficient and easy management of the services. Proact premium support is also a part of the delivery. "We were looking for updating and expanding our storage system and to make it more competitive. We needed help in the preparation of the storage system project update plan and particularly the migration plan. Our interactions with Proact revolve around constant collaborative development in order to find the best solution for each issue,” comments Elenia’s System Analyst, Matti Lääkäri. According to Lääkäri, Proact is easy to work with. Proact was responsible for delivering Elenia's previous storage environment as well.”The client possesses extensive technical expertise, and often relies on us to confirm their conclusions on technical matters," says Proact's Sales Manager, Jani Lehtinen. About Elenia Elenia Oy is an electricity distribution and heating company serving 415,000 private, commercial and municipal clients in over one hundred municipalities in Tavastia Proper, Päijänne Tavastia, Pirkanmaa, Central Finland, as well as Southern and Northern Ostrobothnia. We are responsible for ensuring the performance of and upgrading the electricity network, and building the grid and connections together with our affiliates. We measure the consumption of our clients and provide the energy data to electricity vendors. We are developing a smart electricity network with the help of innovative technology. Our objective is to advance the electricity market operations in Finland. Elenia Lämpö Oy offers environmentally friendly, easy-to-use and competitive heating solutions. We generate district heating and electric power, and we distribute and sell district heating and natural gas. We ensure reliable heating supplies to customers by maintaining and renovating our networks and generating facilities. We continually enhance our operations by further increasing the proportion of Finnish fuels used in generating, and by improving energy efficiency. We operate in Tavastia, Central Finland, Northern Ostrobothnia and Heinola.www.elenia.fi

Orc obtains CBOE certification for next-generation trading platform

Orc Tbricks empowers trading desks with a fully flexible, customizable trading system. Its app-based modular platform delivers superior performance, while providing flexibility to adapt to constant market change. “We are delighted to offer Orc Tbricks users fast connectivity to CBOE through the exchange’s native CMi2 API,” said Jonas Hansbo, Chief Strategy Officer, Orc Group. “A key advantage with Orc Tbricks is that traders now can respond to auctions at several levels simultaneously, using our multi-level quoting app.” Orc’s recent acquisition of Tbricks allows the companies to leverage each other’s strengths and offer a solution that is unmatched in terms of technology, functionality, connections and services. Orc has long offered CBOE connectivity to professional traders through other products, which means that Orc Tbricks CBOE certification is a significant step forward in the process of aligning Orc’s product portfolio. “We are pleased to add Orc Tbricks as a certified software product with complete connectivity to CBOE and CFE,” said Gerald O’Connell, CBOE Executive Vice President and Chief Information Officer. “This new interface offers our trading permit holders (TPHs) and their customers a high-performance derivatives trading technology solution.” Orc Tbricks functionality includes customizable pricing, volatility management, risk management, team quoting, and a series of trading features such as hidden quotes (electronic eye or take out machines), peg quotes, multi-level quoting, quote spreading, portfolio graphs, portfolio stress testing and RFQs. About OrcOrc is the global market leader in trading technology for listed derivatives. We serve the trading and electronic execution needs of premier institutions worldwide, who rely on Orc to stay ahead in increasingly dynamic and competitive markets. Building on our commitment to long term partnerships and technology innovation that delivers result, our next-generation app-based trading platform empowers professional traders and market makers. With 200 customers in more than 30 countries, access to over 150 trading venues and offices in each of the world’s key financial centers, we offer true global capabilities. Combining our technology and financial industry expertise, including a solid understanding of regulatory issues, Orc also provides expert advice and services that help reduce complexity and cost, while enabling clients to stay focused on value creation in their core businesses. Orc is owned by Orc Group Holding AB which in turn is majority-owned mainly by Nordic Capital Fund VII. For further information, please contact:Jonas Hansbo, Chief Strategy Officer, Orc Group, Tel. +46 70 652 51 93Christine Blinke, Chief Marketing Officer, Orc Group, Tel: + 46 739 01 02 01

Cecilia Ketels new Head of IR at Axfood

Cecilia Ketels is the new Head of Investor Relations at listed Axfood AB. She was most recently an IR consultant with the Stockholm-based agency Hallvarsson & Halvarsson where she worked for eleven years and, in addition to consultancy assignments ahead of IPOs, M&A, investor relations and financial reporting, Cecilia was also outsourced as IR Manager for listed companies, most recently as acting Head of Investor Relations at Eniro. Prior to being an IR consultant, Cecilia worked as an investment banker at Deutsche Bank, Bankers Trust and Alfred Berg. Annica Elmehagen-Lundquist, Head of Corporate Communications at Axfood AB, comments: “In Cecilia Ketels we have acquired a highly skilled and experienced person who can take Axfood’s very well-managed investor relations to the next level.” Cecilia Ketels will start her new job after the summer. “I look forward to continuing to develop Axfood’s financial communication and to building further on the capital market’s confidence in the company. “It is extremely inspiring to become part of a team that not only creates the Nordic region’s leading retailer but as part of this also aims to be best within sustainability,” says Cecilia Ketels. Facts: Age: 46. Family: Married to Christian Ketels, children Tobias, 13, Marius, 13, and Pontus, 6. Lives: Lidingö. Leisure activities: Singing in a pop choir, jogging and sailing. Favourite meal: creamy risotto with lemon-scented scallops. For further information, please contact:Claes Salomonsson, Manager Media Relations, Axfood AB, +46 702 89 89 83

Alfa Laval appointed preferred supplier of ballast water treatment systems by MSC, a world-leading container shipping company

Under the agreement the Alfa Laval PureBallast systems, developed in cooperation with Wallenius Water, will be retrofitted on MSC’s container vessels. “This is an exciting opportunity to further strengthen our relationship with a leading company in the marine industry,” says Lars Renström, President and CEO of the Alfa Laval Group. “It is also a clear sign that the retrofit market is starting to open up.” The “International Convention for the Control and Management of Ship’s Ballast Water & Sediments” will enter into force one year after being ratified by 30 states, representing 35 percent of the world’s tonnage. Today 44 states have ratified, representing 32.86 percent of the world’s tonnage. Did you know that… Alfa Laval has been a leading supplier of ballast water treatment for more than 10 years? About Alfa Laval                                                                                                         Alfa Laval is a leading global provider of specialized products and engineering solutions based on its key technologies of heat transfer, separation and fluid handling. The company’s equipment, systems and services are dedicated to assisting customers in optimizing the performance of their processes. The solutions help them to heat, cool, separate and transport products in industries that produce food and beverages, chemicals and petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, starch, sugar and ethanol. Alfa Laval’s products are also used in power plants, aboard ships, oil and gas exploration, in the mechanical engineering industry, in the mining industry and for wastewater treatment, as well as for comfort climate and refrigeration applications. Alfa Laval’s worldwide organization works closely with customers in nearly 100 countries to help them stay ahead in the global arena. Alfa Laval is listed on Nasdaq OMX, and, in 2014, posted annual sales of about SEK 35.1 billion (approx. 3.85 billion Euros). The company has about 18 000 employees. www.alfalaval.com For more information please contact:Peter TorstenssonSenior Vice President, CommunicationsAlfa LavalTel: + 46 46 36 72 31Mobile: +46 709 33 72 31Gabriella GrotteInvestor Relations ManagerAlfa LavalTel: +46 46 36 74 82Mobile: +46 709 78 74 82

Continental and MAN strengthen cooperation

18 May 2015 · MAN TGX EfficientLine 2 equipped with Conti EcoPlus as standard fitment · Conti Hybrid and Conti Scandinavia product portfolio as MAN original fitment · Continental repeatedly participates in the MAN Trucknology® Days International tyre manufacturer Continental, a major supplier to MAN, is strengthening its long-standing partnership with the truck and bus manufacturer further. Continental’s Conti EcoPlus tyres, part of its Generation 3 truck tyre range, are standard fitment on the highly fuel efficient long-haul vehicle MAN TGX EfficientLine 2. In addition MAN has added Conti Hybrid, as well as all standard sizes of the Conti Scandinavia truck tyre range, to its original fitment portfolio.  “We have worked in partnership with MAN for many years now and we are very proud that our Conti EcoPlus tyres are contributing positively to the fuel economy of the new TGX EfficientLine 2”, emphasises Peter Matzke, Head of OE Truck Tyres at Continental. He adds: “We are also very excited that MAN has adopted our Conti Hybrid and Conti Scandinavia product lines for original fitment on their vehicles.” The partnership between the two companies was also demonstrated in late March, when Continental supported the MAN Trucknology® Days. With more than 230 vehicles and participants from all over the world, this international event proved to be an ideal platform for customer engagement and for presenting the advantages of the Conti Hybrid product line. Photos and captions: 1.     Peter Matzke, Head of OE Truck Tyres at Continental 2.     MAN TGX EfficientLine 2

LoveMyLook Launch Innovative New Website, Combining all the Best Elements of Online Shopping in One Place

LoveMyLook offers a fantastic platform where online shopping becomes interactive, creative and enjoyable. The launch of their new website has been highly anticipated, with the site being designed to provide a beautifully enjoyable and smooth experience. The site provides a smarter way to shop with two main functionalities. The first allows those who are passionate about fashion to become a style guru, enabling them to create their own collections, using the 'love it' button, to save their favourite pieces on the website. Users are also able to create their own looks, and share them with the LoveMyLook community, as well as sharing via social media platforms. Secondly, the site enables those using it well to earn rewards for their input, with every purchase being made from a user’s 'look' providing commission to the member who put the look together. Shopping through LoveMyLook will also provide cash back rewards, making it a win-win. LoveMyLook introduces an exciting and new element to the fashion world, and particularly those who are interested in styling, and wish to share their creativity and passion with fellow fashion lovers. The site offers a platform for budding stylists to do just that, now being able to share their talents with the world, and build followers and appreciation for their unique style and eye for fashion and design. LoveMyLook says: "We're very excited that the new LoveMyLook site is now live, and thrilled with the response we have had so far. We are looking forward to seeing the platform grow, and getting to know a little more about the members who use and enjoy the site daily." Sign up to lovemylook.co.uk and create your ideal wardrobe at the touch of a button, create your own looks and share your ideas, purchase your favourite looks and get cash back, as well as earning commission when other users purchase pieces from your look, all in one place. The brand add an exciting and innovative new element to the fashion industry, with various passionate budding stylists and fashion lovers signing up ahead of the launch to be amongst the first to test drive the brilliant new site. The LoveMyLook website has been long in development, to ensure the user has the best possible experience, making the site an enjoyable place to be, with a growing community and the latest on trend looks and collections. Now launched, LoveMyLook is set to be big news in the fashion industry, changing the way people style looks and shop. Visit http://lovemylook.co.uk/

Hepatitis C success based on strong research

Reporters are welcome to attend the lecture and interview the speakers.Nicholson Lecture: Hepatitis C: 26 Years LaterSpeakers: Dr. Charles M. Rice, professor of virology at Rockefeller University. Introduction by Hans Rosling, professor at Karolinska Institutet.When: 25 May 2015, 4.00 pm – 5.30 pmWhere: Aula Medica, Nobels väg 6, Karolinska Institutet, Solna campusSome 130 million people around the world are thought to be infected with hepatitis C, a virus that can lead to severe liver diseases such as cirrhosis and cancer. There is currently no vaccine, but last year several new drugs were launched that are powerful enough to cure the disease.“Which is why this is the perfect time to invite Charles Rice here to speak,” says Matti Sällberg, professor of clinical microbiology at Karolinska Institutet. “He’s been involved in the key discoveries that have led to the new medicines we have today.”The hepatitis C virus was discovered in the 1980s, and Dr Rice was one of the first scientists to study it. He has shown that the virus uses an enzyme, protease, to cleave proteins and reproduce. Drugs are now available that target this very enzyme and inhibit its function.Dr Rice has also developed replicon and cell culture systems for the hepatitis C virus. Such systems are essential for studying the viral lifecycle, and to screen and evaluate new drugs.During the Nicholson lecture, Dr Rice will be describing the scientific journey from the discovery of the virus to the development of today’s powerful drugs.Hans Rosling, professor of public health science at Karolinska Institutet, will be introducing the lecture. He contracted hepatitis C many years ago and shortly after his diagnosis travelled to Japan to purchase the new hepatitis C drugs, which appeared on the Japanese market before arriving in Sweden and which are still unavailable to most patients here. So while being himself involved in research, he is also able to give the patient’s perspective on the disease.The lecture is part of a large collaboration programme between Rockefeller University in the USA and Karolinska Institutet. Rockefeller University is widely renowned for its research and education in the biomedical sciences, and has produced over 20 Nobel laureates. The annual Nicholson lectures are held by researchers from Karolinska Institutet and Rockefeller University in each country. Also included is an inter-university exchange programme for researchers.Jonas Frisén, professor at Karolinska Institutet and stem-cell researcher, has been selected as this year’s speaker at Rockefeller University.To book an interview, contact:Press officer Sabina BossiTel: 08-524 860 66 or 070-614 60 66Email: sabina.bossi@ki.se For information about the subject and the lecturer, contact:Professor Matti SällbergTel: 070-608 21 01Email: matti.sallberg@ki.se For information about Karolinska Institutet’s partnership with Rockefeller University:International coordinator Johanna Diehl Tel: 08-524 863 84Email: johanna.diehl@ki.se

Swedish Taurus Energy Concludes Gen 2 Agreement With Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits

"It has been our goal from the beginning to market our yeast technology globally," says Lars Welin, CEO, Taurus Energy AB. "Partnering with Lallemand with its vast experience in production and distribution is a perfect fit for us. It will give us a new foothold in the all important US market with our Gen 2 technology". Commercially available (cellulose) ethanol would help the US market to meet its climate goals, generate economic growth in the agriculture and technology sectors, and provide an additional hedge  against volatile oil prices. Development of cellulosic ethanol technology has taken longer than policy makers hoped. But the pace of innovation has been impressive nonetheless, and the first commercial facilities are now up and running - thanks to a large part to the engagement of the corn ethanol industry. * *) Cellulosic Ethanol is Getting a Big Boost from Corn, for Now, by Ryan Fitzpatrick, April 2015. "The road to commercialization for cellulosic ethanol is still filled with challenges", adds Angus Ballard, President of Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits, "but it is meeting and solving those challenges that are crucial for the future of the whole ethanol industry. We are pleased to welcome the valuable experience from Taurus Energy and to add its XyloFerm products to our yeast portfolio.” About Taurus Energy AB Taurus Energy AB is a research and development company, which aims to commercialize its extensive research and development program in the field of ethanol production. Since 2006, the company’s mission has been to license energy producers to use the methods developed by the company on a global market. Taurus Energy holds over 10 world-leading patents which have been developed with the help of around 20 internationally recognized scientists. The company is based in the Ideon Science Park in Lund, Sweden. Taurus Energy is listed on the Aktietorget equities market. For more information, please visit www.taurusenergy.eu ### U.S. Media Contact Eddy Christensson Vice President Sales & Marketing, North America, 952 926-0100 Info@energlink.com About Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits (LBDS) is a business unit of the Canadian yeast and bacteria producer Lallemand, Inc. Based in Duluth, GA, Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits is a leading supplier of fermentation ingredients and value creating services to the global fuel ethanol and distilled beverage industries. For more information, please visit www.lallemandbds.com ### Media Contacts Craig Pilgrim Vice President, Marketing & Product Development, Lallemand Biofuels, 815 721-6165 cpilgrim@lallemand.com

Notice of written procedure for notes issued by Mobylife Holding A/S (formerly Telecare Service Holding A/S)

CorpNordic Sweden AB, acting in its capacity as agent for the noteholders under the terms and conditions of the Notes, has at the request of the Issuer on 8 May 2015 initiated a written procedure in which the noteholders can approve or reject a request made by the Issuer. The request involves a waiver of the Issuer’s obligation under clause 11.1.1(a) of the terms and conditions to prepare its audited consolidated annual accounts in accordance with the applicable accounting principles. The waiver is being requested as the agent is of the view that the Issuer was not permitted to prepare its audited annual consolidated accounts for the financial year ended 31 December 2014 in accordance with IFRS. The Issuer does not agree with the agent’s interpretation but is requesting a waiver in order to avoid any possible acceleration of the Notes since the alleged breach may trigger an event of default to occur under the terms and conditions. The waiver is sought without prejudice and should not be seen as an acceptance that a breach of the terms and conditions of the Notes or an event of default has occurred or will occur. Voting forms must be received by the agent no later than at 17.00 (CET) on 8 June 2015. To be eligible to participate in the written procedure a holder must fulfill the formal requirements of being a Noteholder (as defined in the terms and conditions of the Notes) on 25 May 2015. The formal notice of the written procedure has been sent by ordinary mail to direct registered noteholders and registered authorised nominees in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Notes. A copy of the notice with more information on the written procedure and how to participate can be downloaded from the agent’s webpage: www.corpnordic.com For further information: The agent: CorpNordic Sweden AB Sara OlssonEmail: trustee@corpnordic.comTel: +46 8 402 72 00 The Issuer: Mobylife Holding A/S Martin Pedersen, CEOEmail: martin.pedersen@mobylife.dkTel: +45 2621 2121 Martin Nyberg, CFOEmail: martin.nyberg@mobylife.dkTel: +45 2929 8200 Information meeting: A conference call will be held at 10.30 – 11.30 (CET) on 1 June 2015 where more detailed information on the reasons for the request will be presented by the Issuer and where the noteholders will have the opportunity to ask questions to the Issuer. For further information see section C. (Information meeting) of the notice.

Also Festival is a festival with a difference.

Set in the stunning Warwickshire countryside, landscaped by Capability Brown, Also is the boutique festival where you can immerse yourself in the work of leading writers, academics and experts. With a limit of 500 people, we are friendly, easily navigated and perfect for families. Also Festival sits around the stunning lake where supervised wild swimming takes place twice a day. This is the perfect place to think, debate, eat, dance and swim. Also Festival will make you think: whether it's learning how to live your life better (at our philosophy breakfasts), understanding the way you eat or how to connect with nature. This year we also welcome novelist Joanne Harris, give you the chance to sing with a live band at our Rockaoke session and enjoy our closing party with superstar DJ Greg Wilson. Our food stalls are from some of the most exciting innovators in the country and include coffee and cocktails by the lakeside from The Black Cab Coffee Co and a Great Indian Food Feast on the Saturday Night, and Vogue's favourite discovery Nina recreating 'Capri' on the Friday night. The children can go on a bat walk, learn to DJ, dance bhangra, hoopercise or even how to knit an egg cosy in one of our many special workshops. Remember to bring their swimming costumes too. Also is the annual festival from Salon London, the interactive cultural event that showcases specialists from the world of science, arts and psychology, voted by GQ as no. 6 in the  Best Things to do in the World in 2014. Weekend tickets start at £75, £170 for a family of four (including camping). Too posh to pitch? There are a limited number of luxury bell tents in our Hotel Safari for £320. Campervans and motorhomes are also welcome at a charge of £30. Day tickets are also available at £35, and all events including the dinners are available for people to book on individually and will be released at the beginning of May. Got to http://also-festival.com to book.

Enea signs a service agreement worth 990 KUSD with an American aerospace/defense company

STOCKHOLM, Sweden, May 18, 2015. Enea (NASDAQ OMX Nordic: ENEA) Enea has signed an agreement for development services worth 990 KUSD over a period of 6 months. The customer, who is a global technology leader in the avionics industry has once again selected Enea as the supplier based on strong, proven capabilities in the aerospace/avionics industry. Enea’s North America Professional Services team, located in Arizona, has developed strong relationships with this customer. Enea will provide the customer with a team of uniquely skilled avionic system and software engineers to assist with the development of software design and requirements. This activity will be done in accordance with DO178B and will also include formal peer reviews and documentation. “The Avionics industry is very important for our Global Services business, and I am pleased to see that we once again have been chosen as vendor for this customer in this industry.” says Anders Lidbeck, President and CEO for Enea. "We are always aiming to deliver top quality projects for our customers and this agreement shows that Enea is a partner to count on also when delivering security-critical services to the Avionics industry.” This information is such that Enea AB (publ) is to publish in accordance with the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on May 18, 2015 at 12:30 CET. For more information visit www.enea.com/investors or contact: Anders Lidbeck, President & CEOE-mail: anders.lidbeck@enea.com Sofie Sarhed, Investor RelationsPhone: +46 70 971 40 05E-mail: sofie.sarhed@enea.com About Enea Enea is a global supplier of Linux and real-time operating system solutions, including middleware, tools, databases, and world class services, with a vision to enable communication everywhere. As a trusted and respected player in the embedded software eco system, Enea has for more than four decades delivered value and helped customers develop and maintain ground-breaking products. Every day, more than three billion people around the globe rely on Enea’s technologies in a wide range of applications in multiple verticals – from Telecom and Automotive, to Medical and Avionics. Enea has offices in Europe, North America and Asia, and is listed on NASDAQ OMX Nordic Exchange Stockholm AB. For more information please visit www.enea.com or contact us at info@enea.com Enea®, Enea OSE®, Netbricks®, Polyhedra® and Zealcore® are registered trademarks of Enea AB and its subsidiaries. Enea OSE®ck, Enea OSE® Epsilon, Enea® Element, Enea® Optima, Enea® Optima Log Analyzer, Enea® Black Box Recorder, Enea® LINX, Enea® Accelerator, Polyhedra® Lite, Enea® dSPEED Platform, Enea® System Manager and Embedded for Leaders(TM) are unregistered trademarks of Enea AB or its subsidiaries. Any other company, product or service names mentioned above are the registered or unregistered trademarks of their respective owner. © Enea AB 2015.

Research Shows QLTS Candidates Preparing with QLTS School Twice as Likely to Pass MCT Assessment

LONDON, UK (19 May, 2015) - QLTS School (http://www.qlts.co.uk/) (http://www.qlts.co.uk), the premier provider of preparation courses and consulting services for the QLTS assessments reports today about new research which shows that the success rate of international lawyers preparing for the Multiple Choice Test (MCT) element of the QLTS with one of QLTS School’s MCT Training Courses is twice as high—or more—of non-QLTS School’s candidates. The comprehensive and independent research, conducted by ICF International (NASDAQ:ICFI), examined the relative success of MCT candidates that prepare for the assessment using one of QLTS School’s MCT Training Courses (http://www.qlts.co.uk/course-overview/overview), compared to candidates that use self-study or support from elsewhere. The research focused on three consecutive sittings of the MCT assessment, between February 2013 and February 2014. The findings show that three quarters of candidates that pass the MCT prepare using one of QLTS School’s MCT Training Courses. Overall, international lawyers preparing for the MCT using a QLTS School’s MCT Training Course are twice as likely—or more—to pass the MCT compared to non-QLTS School candidates, while the vast majority of QLTS School’s MCT candidates pass the assessment on their first attempt. The QLTS (also known as the ‘Qualified Lawyers Transfer Scheme’) is the official transfer scheme of the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA), the regulatory body of the Law Society of England and Wales, since it was launched in 2010. The QLTS route consists of two assessments: the MCT and the OSCE (Objective Structured Clinical Examination), with no experience or training requirement for applicants to complete. The scheme is open to lawyers from more than 100 jurisdictions (http://www.sra.org.uk/solicitors/qlts/recognised-jurisdictions.page), such as the USA, European Union countries, Australia, South Africa, Russia, Turkey, China, Japan, India and many others. Nir Chanoch, QLTS School Managing Director: “The research findings support our view that QLTS School’s MCT Training Courses offer the most comprehensive and effective materials to prepare QLTS candidates for the MCT assessment, and provide them with the best chance of passing on their first attempt. Our view is also supported by our many QLTS success stories (http://www.qlts.co.uk/course-overview/success-stories) and video interviews with past candidates which demonstrate how our courses have helped hundreds of international lawyers to become dual-qualified English solicitors (https://qlts.co.uk/becoming-a-solicitor/why-become-an-english-solicitor).”

Shaylor Group Celebrates Host of Industry Award Finalist Places

The announcement comes as Shaylor Group celebrates a record year for the company in terms of turnover, profitability, national reach and professional recognition. In addition to the Finalist places for project work and team performance, Shaylor Group has recently been awarded a ‘2 Star: Outstanding’ rating by The Sunday Times Best Companies 2015. The Award nominations recognise Shaylor Group’s performance nationally and include: · London Construction Awards 2015:  Finalist ‘Supplier of the Year’ for the Post Office’s Crown Transformation Programme · Constructing Excellence in London & the South East Awards 2015: Finalist ‘Integration & Collaborative Working’ for the Post Office’s Crown Transformation Programme · South West LABC Building Excellence Awards 2015: Finalist ‘Best Public Service Building’, ‘Best Educational Building’ and ‘Best Inclusive Building’ for Trenance Cottages Restoration · Celebrating Construction Awards 2015: Finalist ‘Innovation’ for Royal Sutton Place Drone Survey · Celebrating Construction Awards 2015: Finalist ‘Integration & Collaborative Working’ for the Post Office’s Crown Transformation Programme · National Federation of Builders Awards 2015: Finalist ‘Commitment to Collaborative Working’ for HMP Stocken Demolition project · National Federation of Builders Awards 2015: Finalist ‘Client of the Year’ for the Post Office’s Crown Transformation Programme In addition to the above nominations the company has also been named among the winners in the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) Occupational Health and Safety Awards 2015. The company received a Bronze Award in this prestigious annual scheme run by RoSPA which will be presented during a ceremony at the National Exhibition Centre in July. Speaking of the nominations Group Operations Director Richie Shaylor commented “We are incredibly proud of our outstanding team performances being recognised nationwide. It is a fantastic achievement to receive so many Finalist places in one year and we look forward to the respective Awards ceremonies in the hope of adding to our already bulging trophy cabinet”. 

International growth puts MeetingZone in the BT Business SME Export Track 100

Thame, Oxon, UK: 18 May, 2015 – Communications and collaboration specialist, MeetingZone, has been named as a UK technology success story by The Sunday Times BT Business SME Export Track 100 (http://www.fasttrack.co.uk/fasttrack/leagues/dbsmeDetails.asp?siteID=9&compID=2121&yr=2015).  Fast Track is a new league table which ranks Britain's 100 private small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with the fastest-growing international sales over the last two years. MeetingZone was ranked in 30th position. “For a business that began life as a start-up with nothing more than an idea and business plan, it’s great to see our staff’s hard work recognised by this award reflecting the global nature of our strategy,” Steve Gandy, CEO of MeetingZone comments. “There’s no doubt that collaboration services are booming and we’re pleased to be one of the companies driving organisations to change the way they do business through solutions like Skype For Business and Cisco Webex. We’re delighted to add BT Business SME Export Track 100 to previous awards including the Sunday Times Tech Track 100.” MeetingZone is a global provider of online conferencing, collaboration and communications services, commonly referred to as “Unified Communications” (UC). Set up in 2002, the company has become a global business with headquarters near Oxford and offices in Germany, Sweden, USA and Canada. It’s a partner of choice for over 4,500 global corporations and customers, including EasyJet, Debenhams, Munters Group, VDE, GAZPROM, and Ford Foundation. Its primary shareholder is GMT Communications Partners, a private equity firm focusing on TMT Investments in Europe. The inaugural SME Export Track 100 was published on 17 May 2015 and ranks companies based on the latest available accounts (i.e. 2013, 2014 or 2015), and a base year of 2011, 2012 or 2013. Companies were identified either by research or nomination. -ends-

Dustin completes acquisition of Finnish Resolute

Resolute, one of Finland’s leading suppliers of network solutions, had sales of EUR 12 M in 2014, with a good level of profitability. The acquisition is estimated to have a marginally positive effect on Dustin’s earnings per share during the current financial year, ends in August. For further information, please contact: Niklas Alm, IR Manager niklas.alm@dustin.se, +46 (0)70 824 40 88 This information is such that Dustin Group AB (publ) is required to disclose in accordance with the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act and/or the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication at 13:15 CET on May 18, 2015. About Dustin Group Dustin Group is one of the leading Nordic resellers of IT products and additional services to companies, the public sector and private individuals. Having its core business within e-commerce, Dustin functions as a bridge between the manufacturer’s large selection and the customer’s needs where Dustin’s employees help customers find the right solution for their needs. Dustin Group is a one-stop-shop that offers approximately 200,000 products with associated services, functions and solutions. The operation is conducted in Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland. Besides Dustin and Dustin home, the Group also includes  Businessforum (Finland) and IT-Hantverkarna (Sweden). Dustin Group has more than 900 employees. Sales during the 2013/14 financial year amounted to approximately SEK 7.4 billion. About 90 per cent of Dustin’s income derives from the corporate market with a focus on small and medium companies. Dustin Group is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since 2015 and has its head office in Nacka in Stockholm.

DDM Treasury Sweden AB to request amendments to its senior secured notes and together with DDM Holding AG publishes update on trading outlook

Update on trading outlookIn conjunction with the Notes Exchange, DDM Holding and DDM Treasury publishes the following trading outlook: •   It is estimated that the equity ratio (as defined in the terms and conditions for the Notes) will be no less than 25% following the full implementation of the Notes Exchange, calculated on a pro forma basis as per 31 March 2015. •   36-month gross IRR[1] (http://file///C:/Users/anders/Documents/1.%20KUNDER_nuvarande/1.%20DDM%20Holding%20(8200)/Publika%20dokument/Pressmeddelanden/DDM_pr_18may2015.docx#_ftn1) split by portfolio acquisition year is 62% for 2008 vintages, 24% for 2009 vintages, 319% for 2010 vintages, 92% for 2011 vintages, 33% for 2012 vintages, 43% for 2013 vintages, 40% for 2014 vintages and 152% for year-to-date  31 March 2015 vintages. •   A supply of investment opportunities of circa 70 portfolios with an estimated approximate investment value (acquisition price) equivalent to EUR 1.2 billion has been identified on the market. •   DDM Treasury intends changing its reporting currency from Swedish krona to euro in order to align its reporting with that of DDM Holding. The Notes ExchangeThe Notes Exchange aims to remove certain restrictions on the possibilities for growth and profitability of DDM Treasury and to extend the tenor. The amended terms are structured so that the DDM Treasury structure can continue its function as the primary source of funding, thus increasing transparency and the amount of assets within the secured structure. Main features of the Notes ExchangeThe request under the Notes Exchange includes but is not limited to: •   an extension of the final maturity date from 27 June 2016 to 27 December 2018; •   a removal of the requirement to hold a cash amount of at least SEK 75 million on an account from 27 June 2015 and at least SEK 150 million from 27 December 2015; •   a removal of hedging restrictions in the DDM Treasury group; •   more flexible geographical investment restrictions; •   further possibilities to incur additional debt in the DDM Treasury group of companies and to a certain extent provide security for such debt provided that such security also is provided to the holders of the Notes;   •   a less onerous restriction on cash transfers from DDM Treasury to its parent companies within the DDM group; •   an amended change of control provision; and •   an unchanged fixed interest rate at 13% per annum. Provided that the request is approved in the Written Procedure, DDM Treasury will, on the effective date of the Notes Exchange: •   make a cash payment to all holders of Notes equal to 4% of the nominal amount of each Note; and •   procure that all shares in the entities DDM Invest I AG, DDM Invest II AG, DDM Invest III AG, DDM Invest IV AG and DDM Invest X AG are transferred to the direct ownership of DDM Treasury and pledged to the certain secured parties (including the holders of Notes). Quorum and majority requirements, etc.A valid resolution in support of the Notes Exchange will require the support from at least 80% of the adjusted nominal amount of the Notes provided that at least 50% reply to the request in the Written Procedure. The Written Procedure will expire by 11 June 2015 at the latest. The outcome in the Written Procedure and, if approved, the relevant dates for the cash payment and the effective date of the Notes Exchange, will be notified by press release and other means promptly following the expiry thereof. Intended change of reporting currency for DDM TreasuryDDM Treasury today also announce that it intends changing its reporting currency from Swedish krona to euro. Comment from the CFO of DDM Holding AGThe CFO of DDM Holding AG, Fredrik Olsson, commented: “Reaching an agreement with the noteholders on the amendments to our outstanding senior secured notes will allow us to continue to realize our investment strategy and will reinforce the function of DDM Treasury Sweden AB as the primary financing and investment vehicle of the DDM group.” More detailed informationA formal notice for the Written Procedure, the suggested amended and restated full terms and conditions for the Notes in the form of a mark-up showing the proposed amendments, the proposed intercreditor agreement as well as an information document are available at the websites www.ddm-group.ch, section “Investors” -> “Bond loan 2013” and www.corpnordic.com. [1] (http://file///C:/Users/anders/Documents/1.%20KUNDER_nuvarande/1.%20DDM%20Holding%20(8200)/Publika%20dokument/Pressmeddelanden/DDM_pr_18may2015.docx#_ftnref1) Internal rate of return based on initial investment (acquisition price) and actual and/or forecasted, as applicable, gross collections over the initial 36-month period from the investment, not reflecting changes in foreign exchange rates. Forward-looking statementsThis press release, in particular the information included in section “Update on trading outlook” contains forward-looking statements and estimates made by DDM Holding and/or DDM Treasury. Such forward-looking statements reflect the current views and calculations with respect to such information and are subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions. No assurance of the correctness of such forward-looking statements or any certainty that they will materialize can be given. Certain risk factors are included in the information document relating to the Notes Exchange which is available as set out in this press release.

DDM Treasury Sweden AB to request amendments to its senior secured notes and together with DDM Holding AG publishes update on trading outlook

Update on trading outlookIn conjunction with the Notes Exchange, DDM Holding and DDM Treasury publishes the following trading outlook: •   It is estimated that the equity ratio (as defined in the terms and conditions for the Notes) will be no less than 25% following the full implementation of the Notes Exchange, calculated on a pro forma basis as per 31 March 2015. •   36-month gross IRR[1] (http://file///C:/Users/anders/Documents/1.%20KUNDER_nuvarande/1.%20DDM%20Holding%20(8200)/Publika%20dokument/Pressmeddelanden/DDM_pr_18may2015.docx#_ftn1) split by portfolio acquisition year is 62% for 2008 vintages, 24% for 2009 vintages, 319% for 2010 vintages, 92% for 2011 vintages, 33% for 2012 vintages, 43% for 2013 vintages, 40% for 2014 vintages and 152% for year-to-date  31 March 2015 vintages. •   A supply of investment opportunities of circa 70 portfolios with an estimated approximate investment value (acquisition price) equivalent to EUR 1.2 billion has been identified on the market. •   DDM Treasury intends changing its reporting currency from Swedish krona to euro in order to align its reporting with that of DDM Holding. The Notes ExchangeThe Notes Exchange aims to remove certain restrictions on the possibilities for growth and profitability of DDM Treasury and to extend the tenor. The amended terms are structured so that the DDM Treasury structure can continue its function as the primary source of funding, thus increasing transparency and the amount of assets within the secured structure. Main features of the Notes ExchangeThe request under the Notes Exchange includes but is not limited to: •   an extension of the final maturity date from 27 June 2016 to 27 December 2018; •   a removal of the requirement to hold a cash amount of at least SEK 75 million on an account from 27 June 2015 and at least SEK 150 million from 27 December 2015; •   a removal of hedging restrictions in the DDM Treasury group; •   more flexible geographical investment restrictions; •   further possibilities to incur additional debt in the DDM Treasury group of companies and to a certain extent provide security for such debt provided that such security also is provided to the holders of the Notes;   •   a less onerous restriction on cash transfers from DDM Treasury to its parent companies within the DDM group; •   an amended change of control provision; and •   an unchanged fixed interest rate at 13% per annum. Provided that the request is approved in the Written Procedure, DDM Treasury will, on the effective date of the Notes Exchange: •   make a cash payment to all holders of Notes equal to 4% of the nominal amount of each Note; and •   procure that all shares in the entities DDM Invest I AG, DDM Invest II AG, DDM Invest III AG, DDM Invest IV AG and DDM Invest X AG are transferred to the direct ownership of DDM Treasury and pledged to the certain secured parties (including the holders of Notes). Quorum and majority requirements, etc.A valid resolution in support of the Notes Exchange will require the support from at least 80% of the adjusted nominal amount of the Notes provided that at least 50% reply to the request in the Written Procedure. The Written Procedure will expire by 11 June 2015 at the latest. The outcome in the Written Procedure and, if approved, the relevant dates for the cash payment and the effective date of the Notes Exchange, will be notified by press release and other means promptly following the expiry thereof. Intended change of reporting currency for DDM TreasuryDDM Treasury today also announce that it intends changing its reporting currency from Swedish krona to euro. Comment from the CFO of DDM Holding AGThe CFO of DDM Holding AG, Fredrik Olsson, commented: “Reaching an agreement with the noteholders on the amendments to our outstanding senior secured notes will allow us to continue to realize our investment strategy and will reinforce the function of DDM Treasury Sweden AB as the primary financing and investment vehicle of the DDM group.” More detailed informationA formal notice for the Written Procedure, the suggested amended and restated full terms and conditions for the Notes in the form of a mark-up showing the proposed amendments, the proposed intercreditor agreement as well as an information document are available at the websites www.ddm-group.ch, section “Investors” -> “Bond loan 2013” and www.corpnordic.com. [1] (http://file///C:/Users/anders/Documents/1.%20KUNDER_nuvarande/1.%20DDM%20Holding%20(8200)/Publika%20dokument/Pressmeddelanden/DDM_pr_18may2015.docx#_ftnref1) Internal rate of return based on initial investment (acquisition price) and actual and/or forecasted, as applicable, gross collections over the initial 36-month period from the investment, not reflecting changes in foreign exchange rates. Forward-looking statementsThis press release, in particular the information included in section “Update on trading outlook” contains forward-looking statements and estimates made by DDM Holding and/or DDM Treasury. Such forward-looking statements reflect the current views and calculations with respect to such information and are subject to certain risks, uncertainties and assumptions. No assurance of the correctness of such forward-looking statements or any certainty that they will materialize can be given. Certain risk factors are included in the information document relating to the Notes Exchange which is available as set out in this press release.

Heritage railway takes detour to the Emerald City!

Normally travelling along the line from Pickering to Whitby, on Friday 29 May visitors to the North Yorkshire Moors Railway may well find the service diverted to locations including Munchkin Land, the Haunted Forest and the Emerald City, as Dorothy, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion and the Scarecrow hop aboard for the half term Story Train! “It may be over 75 years since Judy Garland first put on her gingham dress and tied her pigtails, but stories of the land of Oz continue to be hugely popular today, with cartoons and live action movies – and even smash hit musicals – bringing the magical land to life,” comments marketing manager, Danielle Ramsey.  “However ‘no place like home’ will be the last venue on our Story Train participants’ minds during half term, as Dorothy and her friends recreate some of the wonder of their journey along the yellow brick road with our passengers.” The Wizard of Oz Story Train departs from Pickering Station at 10.00am for a return trip up to Goathland, with stops along the way for storytelling and games.  Although the North Yorkshire Moors Railway team will ensure that their journey is rather less stressful that Dorothy’s original trip to the Emerald City, her accident-prone friends will ensure that mayhem will most likely prevail! Passengers will leave the train at Goathland, where they can enjoy a picnic lunch or enjoy the fare at the local pub, before returning on the 12.50pm service back to Levisham for a final session of fun, hopping back on the train to return to Pickering for 2.40pm. For those visiting throughout the rest of the half term holiday (23 to 31 May), the heritage railway’s very own train driver, Tracker Jack, will leave a trail that spreads across the stations from Pickering to Goathland, with a chance to win a free family ticket for a return trip along the line. With only a few places remaining, anyone wishing to join the story train is encouraged to pre-book online at www.nymr.co.uk/storytrains  or call 01751 472508.  Normal services are also running daily between Pickering and Whitby, making the railway a stress-free way of enjoying a day trip to the beautiful North Yorkshire coast.  For more details, please visit www.nymr.co.uk ENDS For further media information or photographs, please contact: Jay Commins Pyper York Limited Tel:         01904 500698 Email:    jay@pyperyork.co.uk

Palletline acquires S&S Distribution

Leading UK palletised distribution network Palletline is proud to announce that it has acquired Kent-based haulier S&S Distribution and its warehousing activities. S&S Distribution, under the ownership of brothers, David and Ken Sanderson, have worked closely with Palletline for 20 years. The acquisition will enable both organisations to build on the strength of an established family business to offer the best service to their customers. Palletline will retain the S&S company name and branding and work in collaboration with the existing management team, led by Richard Ball and colleagues, to develop and drive the regionally based haulage business forward. Palletline managing director Graham Leitch said: “S&S Distribution is a business with a proud heritage and an enviable reputation both in Kent and throughout the UK. Together with our subsidiary, Palletline London Ltd, we will be able to further strength our market position in delivering excellent service in London and the South East. We respect the heritage of S&S Distribution and we look forward to working closely with the business to ensure its fantastic standards of customer-driven services continue.” David Sanderson, outgoing chairman, S&S Distribution said: “Ken and I have been in the transport and warehousing business for many years and want to ensure that our customers and staff benefit from the continuity of working for a proactive partner that is innovative, supports companies, shares the very best industry practice and respects the independence of regionally specialist hauliers. ” Ken Sanderson, concludes: “By combining the expertise of Palletline with the excellent S&S Distribution and warehousing teams, we genuinely feel like we’re leaving our family business in the safest possible hands so we’ll look forward to seeing the company flourish moving forwards.” David and Ken Sanderson will take an active role in ensuring a smooth transition, Richard Ball will remain as Managing Director of S&S Distribution. Palletline is a nationwide, member-owned cooperative network with more than 6,000 vehicles, 12,000 staff and access to over five million square feet of warehousing space. The network provides high quality, time sensitive collection and delivery services to a diverse range of customers, including retailers, home delivery firms, manufacturers and construction companies. For further information about S&S Distribution please visit www.ssdistribution.co.uk or call 01732 358 800. For further information about Palletline and the support the network offers to customers and members please visit www.palletline.co (http://www.palletline.co.uk/)m or call 0121 767 6870. – ENDS– Image: S&S Distribution acquired by Palletline Press contact: Dave Beresford Senior PR Account Manager Marketecture 0161 786 8051 dave.beresford@marketecture.co.uk

Breakthrough transaction for Cavendo in Helsinki – Advisor to AMF in property deal worth EUR 400 million

The Finnish pension company Ilmarinen is the seller of the properties and will, in parallel, become a 50% owner of the jointly owned company with AMF. Cavendo has served as the commercial advisor to AMF in the acquisition and will now deliver a management platform to AMF and Ilmarinen’s joint company.  “It is a major breakthrough for us to be entrusted with assisting two such well recognized institutional investors in a cross-border joint venture,” says Joakim Karlsson, Managing Director of Cavendo. The property portfolio encompasses a total of 250,000 square meters of lettable space. In cooperation with the Finnish consultancy firm Mrec, Cavendo will now assist AMF and Ilmarinen in their efforts to build up a long-term and local organization tasked with managing and further developing the properties. The objective is also to gradually expand the property portfolio. Cavendo was founded in autumn 2014 by Joakim Karlsson, Martin Lindblad and Urban Ehrling. They have a common background from Niam, one of Northern Europe’s leading private equity real estate firm. “We have been monitoring the Finnish market for many years and have been involved in a number of interesting transactions in Helsinki. For some time now, we have been expecting to see growing interest from Swedish and other international investors, given our long-term confidence in the Helsinki property market” says Joakim Karlsson. Cavendo offers advisory services and strategic management services for institutions and other owners of commercial properties. The company has operations in Stockholm and Helsinki. For further information, contact:Joakim Karlsson, MD Cavendo, tel +46 736 99 13 70

Flatiron Health to Incorporate NCCN Chemotherapy Order Templates into OncoEMR®

FORT WASHINGTON, PA — The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN (http://www.nccn.org/)®) is collaborating with Flatiron Health to integrate the NCCN Chemotherapy Order Templates (NCCN Templates (http://www.nccn.org/ordertemplates/)®) into the Flatiron Health OncoEMR® electronic health record, starting initially with breast, colon, and non-small cell lung cancers, with plans to expand to additional tumor types. “Breast, colon, and lung cancers are three of the most common cancers in the United States, and the decision to incorporate NCCN Templates, beginning with these three diseases, into OncoEMR indeed will enhance the safety and effectiveness of care for many patients in community and academic settings alike,” said Robert W. Carlson, MD, Chief Executive Officer, NCCN. “NCCN is eager to collaborate with Flatiron Health on this significant endeavor.” OncoEMR is a cloud-based electronic health record designed specifically for cancer centers. As part of this integration, cancer care providers will be able to easily select the NCCN Templates® directly within OncoEMR at the point of care. “We are pleased to collaborate with NCCN on this new offering, which will enhance the delivery of care for patients across the Flatiron provider network,” said Robert J. Green, MD, Vice President, Clinical Strategy and Senior Medical Director, Flatiron Health. “Seamless, integrated access to the NCCN Templates within OncoEMR will assist physicians in referencing the latest evidence-based treatment regimens at the point of care.” In addition, OncoEMR will link to NCCN.org so that the NCCN Clinical Practice Guidelines in Oncology (NCCN Guidelines (http://www.nccn.org/professionals/default.aspx)®) are available to end users as a reference. The information contained in the NCCN Templates is based on the NCCN Guidelines®. NCCN Templates include chemotherapy and immunotherapy regimens with literature support, supportive care agents, monitoring parameters, and safety instructions. NCCN continues to add to the library of chemotherapy order templates to improve the safe and effective use of drugs and biologics in cancer care. The NCCN Templates enhance patient safety by assisting health care providers with standardization of patient care, reduction in medication errors, and anticipation and management of adverse effects. In January 2015, NCCN and Flatiron announced a collaboration to launch a novel oncology outcomes database to provide the opportunity to analyze key quality and outcomes metrics and identify trends and patterns in the care of patients with cancer. For more information about the NCCN Templates, visit NCCN.org/ordertemplates (http://www.nccn.org/ordertemplates/). ### About the National Comprehensive Cancer Network The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®), a not-for-profit alliance of 26 of the world’s leading cancer centers devoted to patient care, research, and education, is dedicated to improving the quality, effectiveness, and efficiency of cancer care so that patients can live better lives. Through the leadership and expertise of clinical professionals at NCCN Member Institutions, NCCN develops resources that present valuable information to the numerous stakeholders in the health care delivery system. As the arbiter of high-quality cancer care, NCCN promotes the importance of continuous quality improvement and recognizes the significance of creating clinical practice guidelines appropriate for use by patients, clinicians, and other health care decision-makers. The NCCN Member Institutions are: Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer, Omaha, NE; Case Comprehensive Cancer Center/University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center and Cleveland Clinic Taussig Cancer Institute, Cleveland, OH; City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, Los Angeles, CA; Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center | Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, Boston, MA; Duke Cancer Institute, Durham, NC; Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA; Huntsman Cancer Institute at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT; Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center/Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, Seattle, WA; The Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD; Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University, Chicago, IL; Mayo Clinic Cancer Center, Phoenix/Scottsdale, AZ, Jacksonville, FL, and Rochester, MN; Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, New York, NY; Moffitt Cancer Center, Tampa, FL; The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center - James Cancer Hospital and Solove Research Institute, Columbus, OH; Roswell Park Cancer Institute, Buffalo, NY; Siteman Cancer Center at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO; St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital/The University of Tennessee Health Science Center, Memphis, TN; Stanford Cancer Institute, Stanford, CA; University of Alabama at Birmingham Comprehensive Cancer Center, Birmingham, AL; UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center, La Jolla, CA; UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, San Francisco, CA; University of Colorado Cancer Center, Aurora, CO; University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center, Ann Arbor, MI; The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Houston, TX; Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, Nashville, TN; and Yale Cancer Center/Smilow Cancer Hospital, New Haven, CT. Clinicians, visit NCCN.org (http://www.nccn.org/). Patients and caregivers, visit NCCN.org/patients (http://www.nccn.org/patients). About Flatiron Health, Inc. Flatiron Health helps the oncology community deliver better, more efficient care by powering an innovative platform to address today’s healthcare challenges. The Flatiron Health OncologyCloud™ platform includes the industry-leading electronic medical record for oncology, advanced analytics, patient portal, and integrated billing management. Backed by Google Ventures, First Round Capital, LabCorp and others, Flatiron’s industry-first technology platform and integrated suite of products deliver comprehensive support for cancer care providers and life science companies. For more information, please visit http://www.flatiron.com.

“WE ARE ALL MADE OF DUST, BUT IT IS STARDUST” - CONTEMPORARY ITALIAN ARTIST OTTAVIO FABBRI LAUNCHES ART WORK IN UK

Contemporary Italian artist Ottavio Fabbri is a visionary, painter, sculptor, director and conceptual artist today announces his art work will be available for private viewings in UK, with exhibitions planned after the summer. Known as the ‘Starmaker’ and the ‘Mozart of Paintings’, Fabbri transmits his passion, understanding and interpretations of the night sky through his intricately detailed paintings. His entire work draws on what he strongly believes are the powerful life force ‘strings’ that connect the universe, and this hugely influences all his projects.  His work manifests itself through many creative forms; from his paintings, to astounding conceptual light installations and beautiful bespoke interior pieces.   Fabbri explains where his passion derives from “It was very early on, after ‘Mum’ and ‘Dad’ the first word I uttered was ‘Telescope’. The stars have always fascinated me, as they are part of every culture and can be seen and experienced by every human”.  He adds, “Then one night I dreamt vividly of the galaxy, I got up and began to paint.  I had finally found my way of expressing my strong connection to the universe and stars”. Exhibited internationally in places such as Museum Ludwig in Cologne, the Venice Biennale and Accademia D'Egitto in Rome, he also is present in numerous galleries and private collections worldwide. Fabbri’s art work has been widely admired by many of the art world’s luminaries; Italian Renaissance expert Federico Zeri says about his works "Colours burn with the intensity of symbols, with the aggressivity of an explosive microcosm", and Former Director of Modern Art of Museum Ludwig in Cologne Gerhard Kolberg says "The cosmic worlds of Fabbri's paintings are not idylls, but should rather be defined as wild, untamed, heroic".  Contemporary Art Critic Achille Bonito Oliva simply states "It is as if Fabbri has always been painting" The astronaut Buzz Aldrin, of the first mission to the moon Apollo 11 (1969) sums up Fabbri’s paintings of the galaxy by saying “I have already seen Fabbri’s paintings in space” and adds “Ottavio Fabbri is a man and artist of the Italian Renaissance.  The new Renaissance, the cosmic One”. For private viewings and other enquires please contact Emma-Louise O’Neill emmalouise@ottaviofabbri.com (emmlouise@ottaviofabbri.com) / +44 7515 136909 www.ottaviofabbri.com instagram.com/ottaviofabbri/ NOTES TO EDITORS  Ottavio Fabbri hails from an artistic heritage, his father was the founder of the famous Fratelli Fabbri Editori publishing house and his mother a painter and art dealer.  He grew up surrounded by his parent’s great friends, influential artists such as Dali and Picasso.  These influences were evident as by the age of five had had developed an absolute eye, enabling his exceptional ability to identify genuine paintings.  His life continued on an artistic path becoming an accomplished film directed. He directed many films such as; Massimo Boldi in Movie Rush (1976), Dalla and De Gregori in Banana Republic - the video of their historic tour (1979) and Journey of Love with Omar Sharif and Lea Massari (1990).  His other works have included documentaries focusing on the social problems of the homeless; Fabbri found this work particularly poignant as he had real desire to talk to those who are not usually heard. In more recent times Fabbri has received the House Order (Order of Grimaldi) for his contribution to the arts of the Principality with distinction in 2014, and became a Minister for Plenipotentiary for the Republic of San Marino, advising on arts and culture since 2009.  The European Space Agency has found his paintings to be so evocative of the galaxy they bestowed upon him the esteem of a lifetime sponsorship in 2006.

Annual General Meeting 2015

The AGM adopted the income statement, the balance sheet, the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet. The AGM approved that the retained earnings, the share premium reserve and the result for the year, corresponding to a total of SEK 1,016,476,743.51 be carried forward. The AGM discharged the Board and the CEO from liability for the financial year 2014. The AGM re-elected Patrick Andersen, Mengmeng Du, Lorenzo Grabau, Lars-Johan Jarnheimer, David Kelly and Daniel Mytnik as directors of the Board and elected Jens Grede and Peter Sjunnesson as new directors of the Board. Furthermore, Lars-Johan Jarnheimer was re-elected as Chairman of the Board. The AGM approved remuneration for the Board and the auditor and procedure for the Nomination Committee. The AGM approved the guidelines for remuneration for senior executives as well as the principles and scope for Qliro Group's long-term incentive programme for 2015, including a long-term performance share plan with a similar structure as the long-term incentive plans adopted in 2011-2014; and a new synthetic call option plan based on the underlying value growth in Qliro Group's subsidiaries/business units. The AGM also resolved on hedging arrangements for the programme, comprising authorisations for the Board to resolve on a new issue of no more than 2,200,000 class C shares and re-purchase of all class C shares in the company and to transfer own shares to the participants in the programme during 2018. The AGM authorised the Board to pass a resolution on one or more occasions for the period up until the next Annual General Meeting to repurchase so many of the company’s own ordinary shares that Qliro Group's holdings do not at any time exceed 10 per cent of the total number of issued shares in Qliro Group. At a statutory meeting of the Board of Directors following the AGM, the Audit and Remuneration Committees were appointed. Peter Sjunnesson was appointed Chairman of the Audit Committee, while Lorenzo Grabau and David Kelly were appointed as Audit Committee members. Lorenzo Grabau was appointed Chairman of the Remuneration Committee, while Patrick Andersen and Daniel Mytnik were appointed as Remuneration Committee members. The information in this announcement is such that Qliro Group AB (publ) is required to disclose under the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. This information was released for publication at 16:30 CET on 18 May 2015.

NeuroVive announces prospectus regarding admission to trading of new shares

The prospectus has been prepared due to the admission to trading of the 1,647,059 new shares in NeuroVive, that were issued in connection with the directed share issue to a limited group of institutional US investors, which was resolved upon on May 8, 2015. The newly issued shares are expected to be admitted to trading on Nasdaq Stockholm on or about May 19, 2015. About NeuroViveNeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ), the mitochondrial medicine company, is developing a portfolio of products to treat acute cardiovascular and neurological conditions through mitochondrial protection. These medical conditions are characterized by a pressing medical need and have no approved pharmaceutical treatment options at present. NeuroVive’s products CicloMulsion® (myocardial infarct) and NeuroSTAT® (traumatic brain injury) are currently being evaluated in phase III and phase II studies, respectively. NeuroVive’s research programs also include development of treatments against brain injury in stroke patients, and drug substances for cellular protection and treatment of mitochondrial disorders causing energy deficiency. NeuroVive’s shares are listed on Nasdaq, Stockholm, Sweden. For Investor Relations and media questions, please contact:Ingmar Rentzhog, Laika Consulting, Tel: +46 (0)46 275 62 21 or ir@neurovive.se NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ)Medicon Village, SE-223 81 Lund, SwedenTel: +46 (0)46 275 62 20 (switchboard), Fax: +46 (0)46 888 83 48info@neurovive.se, www.neurovive.se (http://file///C:/NRPortbl/LEGAL/SMNILSSO/www.neurovive.se) NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) is required to publish the information in this news release under the Swedish Securities Market Act. The information was submitted for publication on May 18, 2015, at 8.00 p.m. CET. Important informationPublication or distribution of this press release in certain jurisdictions may be subject to restrictions according to law and the people in jurisdictions where this press release has been made public or distributed should inform themselves and follow such local restrictions. This press release does not contain and does not constitute or form part of an invitation to acquire or subscribe or a solicitation of any offer to buy or subscribe for shares, subscription rights or other securities in NeuroVive. This press release may not be published or distributed, directly or indirectly, in or into the US, Canada, Japan, Hong Kong, New Zeeland, South Africa, Australia or in any other jurisdiction where such distribution would be prohibited by applicable law. The information in this press release may not be redistributed, reproduced or passed on in ways that conflict with applicable restrictions. Failure to comply with these restrictions may constitute a violation of the United States Securities Act of 1933 (“Securities Act”) or applicable laws of other jurisdictions.

Montgomery College Signs MOU with KeyGene USA

On April 30, Montgomery College signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with KeyGene USA, the crop innovation company, located in Rockville, MD. KeyGene USA is the US subsidiary of KeyGene an agricultural biotechnology company with demonstrated expertise in molecular breeding, genomics and accelerated crop improvement using non-GM approaches. Montgomery College and KeyGene are expanding their existing partnership with BIOTrain and internships. Under this MOU, KeyGene will collaborate with the College to develop and deliver new educational opportunities by outlining the features and benefits of modern techniques in agricultural biotechnology and molecular genetics, including those that have been pioneered by KeyGene and their partners over the last 25 years. The MOU will also include a seminar outlining the current state of the GM versus non-GM debate -- a topic of broader interest to the community. The purpose of the MOU is to close skill gaps, enable entry into the biotech industry and advancement for those already in the industry. Montgomery College and KeyGene share the goal of providing the best workforce education and training. This includes developing internship and job opportunities within KeyGene that can be available for qualified Montgomery College students and graduates. KeyGene has already hired two MC biotech students. At the ceremony, Fayaz Khazi, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, KeyGene USA signed the MOU with Montgomery College President Dr. DeRionne Pollard. Thomas Fuerst, Ph.D., Director, Institute of Bioscience and Biotechnology Research was in attendance. Event Speakers: Mrs. Joenneke BalfoortDeputy-Ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands Sonny Ramaswamy, Ph.D., Director of National Institute of Food and AgricultureJoe Bartenfelder, Secretary, Maryland Department of Agriculture Benjamin Wu,, Deputy-Secretary of Maryland, Department of Business and Economic DevelopmentIsaiah Leggett, County Executive, Montgomery County, Maryland Closing remarks were delivered by Arjen van Tunen, Ph.D., Chief Executive Officer, KeyGene Netherlands.

Catella establishes Link Prop Investment AB

"We are very pleased to once again present a balanced and focused property company with a high capacity for dividends. The company is a result of Catella's strong position in both the property and capital markets," says Johan Ericsson, head of the Swedish Corporate Finance operations. Link Prop Investment offers a property investment opportunity for investors who do not normally invest directly in property. The company gained approximately 140 new shareholders when it raised its new capital. In total, Link Prop Investment raised SEK 314 million in new equity and debt. Once the acquisition is completed, the intention is to list Link Prop Investment on First North at Nasdaq Stockholm. The company's CEO is Caesar Åfors, Thomas Nilsson is the property manager and Wilfast Förvaltning will be responsible for the company's management. Catella's Corporate Finance unit was lead financial advisor and manager, Catella’s Wealth Management was bookrunner and manager, and Nordic Fixed Income was issuing agent, bookrunner and manager. The Idédebatten 3 property is located in the technology area of Mjärdevi Science Park, directly adjacent to Linköping University, just southwest of central Linköping. The property currently accommodates two buildings with approximately 25,000 square metres of office space. The largest tenant is LM Ericsson, which rents the first building on a long lease. This autumn, Autoliv will become the property's second-largest tenant when the company moves into the second office building. Autoliv will also hire a third smaller building which is under construction.

Welcome to Elekta’s Capital Markets Day in Stockholm on June 11, 2015

Speakers at the event will be Tomas Puusepp, Elekta’s President and CEO, and other members of Elekta’s management team. To attend, please register by e-mail to Frida.Johansson@elekta.com no later than May 29, 2015. It will also be possible to follow the Capital Markets Day over the phone and as a live webcast. Please note that we only will be able to take questions from the participants at place at the Capital Markets Day. Live webcast: http://elekta-live.creo.tv/cmd-2015 To take part over the phone, please dial in about 5-10 minutes in advance and use the access code: 424439#. · Sweden: +46 8 505 564 53  · UK: +44 20 3009 2455 · US: +1 855 228 3719  We look forward to your participation on June 11, 2015. Best regards, Johan AnderssonDirector Investor Relations Tobias BülowDirector Financial Communication # # # For further information, please contact:Frida Johansson, Investor Relations Coordinator, Elekta AB (publ)Tel: +46 70 866 76 74, e-mail: Frida.Johansson@elekta.comTime zone: CET: Central European TimeAbout ElektaElekta is a human care company pioneering significant innovations and clinical solutions for treating cancer and brain disorders. The company develops sophisticated, state-of-the-art tools and treatment planning systems for radiation therapy, radiosurgery and brachytherapy, as well as workflow enhancing software systems across the spectrum of cancer care. Stretching the boundaries of science and technology, providing intelligent and resource-efficient solutions that offer confidence to both health care providers and patients, Elekta aims to improve, prolong and even save patient lives.Today, Elekta solutions in oncology and neurosurgery are used in over 6,000 hospitals worldwide. Elekta employs around 3,800 employees globally. The corporate headquarters is located in Stockholm, Sweden, and the company is listed on NASDAQ Stockholm. Website: www.elekta.com.

Eltel’s interim report January–March 2015

January - March 2015 · Net sales amounted to EUR 239 million (259), down 7.8%. The decrease in net sales was 5.8% at comparable exchange rates and excluding the Communication business in Norway, which in 2015 is deconsolidated, net sales increased by 3.2% or 5.3% at comparable exchange rates · Operative EBITA* amounted to EUR 5.3 million (4.8) or 2.2% of net sales (1.8) · Non-recurring items** were EUR -2.6 million (-0.4) · EBITA totalled EUR 2.7 million (4.4) or 1.1% of net sales (1.7) · Net financial expenses were affected by a non-cash expense of EUR 3.5 million (0.0) related to refinancing · The net result was EUR -7.5 million (-3.6) · Earnings per share were EUR -0.14 (-0.11) · Operative cash flow* amounted to EUR -59.9 million (24.5), strongly impacted by IPO-related cash payments Unless otherwise stated, figures in brackets refer to the same period previous year* see definitions on pages 12 and 17** IPO-related costs in 2015 Comments by the CEO: “Exciting first quarter for Eltel” Our first quarter as a listed company was eventful. Apart from the listing itself, we also renewed our financing, completed an acquisition in Germany and signed a new five-year contract with TeliaSonera. Furthermore, we announced new contracts to install smart meters in Norway in the beginning of the second quarter. The basic market trends in our Infranet market continue to support growth. This development is the result of demands by end-users for better availability and higher capacity in addition to regulators urging operators and utilities to invest to create higher flexibility, security and to support environmental initiatives. Eltel’s performance fluctuates between quarters. The first quarter is often the weakest due to weather conditions and order flows from our customers. However, the first quarter of 2015 was favourable for most of our units and our performance is in line with or slightly better than the same period previous year. For the Communication segment we focused on the launch of our renewed contract with TeliaSonera in the Nordics and Baltics as well as on implementation of our joint venture with Sønnico relating to the new contract for Telenor in Norway. In the Power segment, power transmission order intake and sales declined slightly, with some projects being completed while other are in the latter part of the launch phase. Tendering activity remained high and we are entering the Norwegian smart metering market with more than 800.000 meter installations in Hafslund and Skagerak. We are proud of the trust that Hafslund has placed in us and view this as a strong confirmation of our prime position in this area. Our acquisition of Edi.Son in Germany is encouraging and will give us a good platform in this large and growing market. The Transport & Security segment had a mixed start to the year with healthy growth of rail and road, albeit with a slightly lower margin due to the change in the mix that involved an increase in the project business. We also noted intensified competition for rail projects due to the attractiveness of the market, particularly in Norway and Sweden. For the Group as a whole, our net sales were impacted by deconsolidation of our Communication business net sales in Norway. However, excluding this impact, steady growth was visible. Our net result for the first quarter was impacted by some non-recurring items related to both the IPO and our IPO refinancing. These costs have now been expensed according to plan and it will be easier to follow the regular performance of our business in coming quarters. The cash generation in the first quarter was adversely impacted by our very strong cash collection in the final quarter of 2014. The weak cash generation in the first quarter was also the result of IPO-related payments, customer advances received in 2014 and above- normal supplier payments during the quarter. In addition to our day-to-day activities we finalised our IPO process and were listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Mid Cap on 6 February. The listing has been positive for us in many ways and we are grateful for the trust that many new shareholders have placed in us. All of this gives us even more energy and makes us more committed to the task of delivering on our targets of further improving our efficiency through the “Eltel Way” and supporting our continued growth. –Axel Hjärne, CEO For more information, please contact:Gunilla Wikman, Head of Investor Relationstel. +46 72 584 3630, gunilla.wikman@eltelnetworks.se About Eltel ABEltel is a leading European provider of technical services for critical infrastructure networks – Infranets – in the segments of Power, Communication and Transport & Security, with operations throughout the Nordic and Baltic regions, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom and Africa. Eltel provides a broad and integrated range of services, spanning from maintenance and upgrade services to project deliveries. Eltel has a diverse contract portfolio and a loyal and growing customer base of large network owners. The number of employees is approximately 8,600 and in 2014, Eltel net sales amounted to EUR 1,242 million. Eltel’s share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since February 2015.

Scandi Standard acquires Huttulan Kukko Oy’s business in Finland

Scandi Standard has concluded an agreement to acquire Huttulan Kukko Oy’s (Huttulan) business in Finland. The agreement is conditional upon receiving certain bank and supplier consents, which are expected within a few weeks. Scandi Standard will pay a price of €10m now, of which €5m is debt assumed. The price may increase to €13m over five years, depending on future performance. Huttulan started operations last year in a newly built facility and has developed a premium concept based on Finnish chicken which it sells to retail and foodservice customers. Since February 2015, Huttulan has also sold limited quantities of the Swedish Kronfågel brand to its customers in Finland. There are 42 employees and the facility is currently processing approximately 1.4 million chicken per annum, but has the capacity for up to 10 million chicken per annum. “I am very pleased to announce this acquisition. Finland is a very attractive market for Scandi Standard which shares many of the features of quality, health and welfare of chicken with the other Nordic countries. This acquisition brings to Scandi Standard an established team in Finland with a new business and a new processing facility. It is a good first, small step into this promising market.” comments Leif Bergvall Hansen, CEO of Scandi Standard. The acquisition is not expected to have a material impact on Scandi Standard’s consolidated sales and earnings in 2015. About Scandi StandardScandi Standard is the largest producer of chicken in the Nordic Region with leading positions in Sweden, Denmark and Norway. We produce, sell and market chilled, frozen and processed chicken under the strong brands Kronfågel, Danpo, Den Stolte Hane, Vestfold Fugl, Ivars and Chicky World. In Norway eggs are also sold and produced under the Den Stolte Hane brand. We have a total of approximately 1,650 employees and sales of more than SEK 5 billion. For more information, visit www.scandistandard.com

New recruitments and appointments in Pricer

Torbjörn Möller is appointed Group COO, coming from Tobii where he has held a similar position and prior to that senior roles in Production, Supply Chain and Operations within Ericsson, Dice, Northstream and Cap Gemini. Torbjörn will join Pricer on May 25 and become a member of the Executive Management Team, reporting to the Group CEO. Francois Austruy is appointed VP of Industrialisation and Group Development Projects, responsible for the industrialisation of Pricer’s long term business model, the development of an operational value creation plan and the enhancement of Pricer’s service methodology. Francois has previously been Head of Operations and will enter his new role on May 25 and continue to be a member of the Executive Management Team, reporting to the Group CEO. Christophe Desloge is appointed Commercial Director French Independents, effective June 1, 2015, as part of Pricer’s continued development and strengthening of its French market position within the important independent retail network. Before joining Pricer, Christophe Desloge has held sales director positions at Toupret, Eberhardt Frères, Franke and Alser Innovation, beginning his career in sales and product management for the Danone Group. Christophe will report to the EVP Sales, Marketing & Strategy. Pierre Salagnac is appointed Director Emerging Markets, EMEA Markets & Key Accounts effective June 1st 2015. Pierre’s significant international experience and strong leadership capabilities make him the natural choice to lead and establish our EMEA expansion and ensure Pricer’s transition in in-store digitalisation. Pierre will report to the EVP Sales, Marketing & Strategy. Philippe Goas is appointed Head French Key Accounts Management group. Philippe has managed some of the world’s largest accounts such as Carrefour, Delhaize and Castorama. As Head of Key Accounts, Philippe will partner with Christophe Desloge to ensure our solutions continue to dominate the French market by answering the new key retail fundamentals in mobile and geolocation in-store trends. Philippe will report to the EVP Sales, Marketing & Strategy. Olivier Tomassino is appointed Business Controller, joining Pricer from Deloitte where he has been manager in Financial Advisory, Olivier has a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Lund University. Olivier started on May 4 and will report to the Group CFO. Per Ankar is appointed Product Manager, joining Pricer from Accenture where he has been working in the retail sector with retail transformation projects and e-commerce, Per has an Electronics Design Engineering degree from Linköping University. Per started on May 4 and will report to the VP of Business Development and R&D. For further information, please contact:Jonas Vestin, CEO: +46 8 505 582 00 In its capacity as issuer, Pricer AB is releasing the information in this press release in accordance with the Swedish Securities Exchange Act (2007:528). The information was distributed to the media for publication at 8.30 hrs CET on Tuesday, May 19th, 2015.    Pricer is the global leader in providing in-store shelf-edge digital solutions that enhance both store performance and the shopping experience. Pricer’s infrared ESL platform is fast, robust, interconnectable and scalable. Pricer’s range of holistic solutions are all built on this intelligent and flexible platform, and have been stacked according to the five major retail tenants they support: · Price – guarantee price integrity to optimize sales and margins · Performance – make operations more efficient and compliant; speed, agility, excellence, etc. · Promotion – tailor and enhance promotions both digitally and physically at the shelf · Personalisation – manage and improve your customers’ shopping experience · Prediction –use Big Data to help your customers and your store’s performance Pricer, founded in 1991 in Uppsala, Sweden, offers the most secure and fastest in-store shelf-edge communications solution. Pricer works with the world’s top retailers, small and large alike: grocers, DIY, electronics and speciality stores. Today, over 13 000 stores of the leading retailers worldwide are installed with Pricer’s leading platform.Pricer AB (publ.) is quoted on the Nordic Small Cap list of OMX. For further information, please visit www.pricer.com (http://www.pricer.com%20) Pricer AB (publ)Västra Järnvägsgatan 7 SE-111 64 StockholmSweden Website: www.pricer.comTelephone: +46 8 505 582 00Corporate Identity number: 556427-7993  (http://www.pricer.com%20) 

Comment on the SFSA’s decision of 18 May 2015

Finansinspektionen (SFSA, the Swedish Financial Supervisory Authority) has decided to issue a warning and a penalty fine of SEK 50m (EUR 5.4m) to the Swedish part of Nordea, Nordea Bank AB (publ), for deficiencies in managing the anti-money laundering requirements. The SFSA has since February 2013 conducted a review of Nordea’s compliance in Sweden with the Anti-Money Laundering (AML) requirements and finds that the bank has had major deficiencies in the area. Nordea respects the SFSA´s decision and acknowledges that there have been deficiencies in the bank’s compliance with the AML requirements. Since the review started two years ago Nordea has acted decisively and implemented an ambitious action plan to ensure a satisfactory level of governance, risk management and control. - We take this decision very seriously. We acknowledge that we initially underestimated the complexity and the resources required to be fully compliant within this area. We have, however, taken significant measures since 2013. Most recently, we further emphasised the strategic importance by making the Group Compliance Officer part of Group Executive Management and we will continue to increase the resources and efforts to ensure that we comply with these very important requirements, says Group CEO Christian Clausen. The action plan that has been implemented since 2013 to strengthen AML compliance contains more than 500 activities. Among those are for example intensified training of employees, improved risk assessments and investments in new improved transaction monitoring systems. Moreover, Nordea has taken thorough measures to strengthen the central compliance functions that support and monitor the AML compliance work performed in the business. For further information:Emma Rheborg, Head of Communications Sweden, +46 (0)733 80 22 63 The information provided in this press release is such that Nordea is required to disclose pursuant to the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980) and/or the Swedish Securities Markets Act (2007:528).

A bit of fresh shore in your supermarket

Famous for crystal clear waters rolling away behind tin mines, Cornwall has a history of doing things differently. The Cornish Seaweed Company (http://www.cornishseaweedcompany.co.uk/) are the first company to sell fresh seaweed in supermarkets in the UK. 71 Tesco stores around the country are now stocking the 80g pouches of freshly harvested seaweed, which have been popularised by celebrity chefs such as Nathan Outlaw and Raymond Blanc. Currently, the seaweed most reminiscent of a store cupboard ingredient is being sold: Himanthalia elongata, or sea spaghetti. So called for its long and fettuccine like appearance. Numerous foodie publications have recognised seaweed as this year’s hottest new food trend, and the supermarket sales serve only to support this. Of this news, co-founder of The Cornish Seaweed Company, Tim van Berkel said, “we wanted to make seaweed accessible to everyone. Whilst some other people in Cornwall and coastal areas are also able to forage, our fresh seaweeds allow anyone to experience the health benefits of seaweed.” Both van Berkel and Caro Warwick-Evans founded the Cornish Seaweed Company after having worked in environmental sustainability sectors and ‘making things work in the UK’s poorest county’. Tim as a conservation biologist and Caro as a renewable engineer. In 2012 Tim and Caro visited a small seaweed harvesting company in Ireland to gain an insight into the industry. Shortly after this, they were granted the license to harvest from the county’s beautiful Lizard peninsula. Like their Irish counterparts, everything is done by hand; sometimes they must don a wetsuit and swim to the bottom of the sea in order to cut the sustainable algae. Despite its well documented inclusion in human diets for centuries, and its popularity in coastal areas such as Scotland, Wales and Ireland, the Cornish Seaweed Company are the first company to sell the fresh and nutrient rich seaweed in supermarkets. Having seen success with selling the dried seaweeds through outlets across the UK, and building a solid reputation as knowledgeable, professional and sustainable. Co-founder and developer, Tim Van Berkel said, “When you consider the extreme environment that sea plants have adapted and survived in, it’s not surprising that they are so potent at providing care for our immune system.” But only when they are sourced in clean seas. Operating on Cornwall’s most southerly peninsula, The Cornish Seaweed Company are rapidly growing and their mission to get seaweed into homes across the UK is strengthened by this support from the Tesco superstore. To find out more about the health benefits of seaweed, please visit http://cornishseaweedcompany.co.uk/ ##ENDS## Notes for editors Sea spaghetti - Himanthalia elongata Sea spaghetti (also called thongweed or buttonweed) is another of the large brown seaweeds, although it is not closely related to the kelps or the wracks. It grows explosively up to 3 m long and can form dense mats near the shore which can cover large areas. They grow from small button like structures, from which a single front develops which branches in two, which branches in two, which branches in two…you know what happens! Sea spaghetti can be only found in the East of the Atlantic, from Portugal to Norway, but it is most common around the British Isles. Taste Mild, crunchy and moreish. Best used rehydrated, quickly stir-fried for a few minutes with garlic it will turn bright green. Add lemon or lime juice and eat. Typical Nutritional value per 100g dry weight Sea Spaghetti   Content            % RDA Energy 747 kJ  - Energy 179 kCal          - Moisture          9.7 g    - Protein 10 g     - Carbohydrates 29 g     - Dietary Fiber   31 g     - Fat, total          2.7 g    - Saturated fat    0.4 g    - Mono unsaturated fat   0.4 g    - Poly unsaturated fat     0.8 g    - Sodium            3620 mg          - Magnesium      1590 mg          424% Phosphorus      100 mg            14% Potassium        5870 mg          - Calcium           700 mg            88% Manganese      2.3 mg 115% Iron      2.5 mg 18% Copper 0.2 mg 20% Zinc     4.5 mg 45% Iodine  14.6 mcg         10% Vitamin A – retinol      253 mcg          32% Vitamin D – calciferol 0.3 mcg           6% Vitamin E – tocopherols          5.8 mg 48% Vitamin C – ascorbic acid       66 mg  83% Vitamin B1 – thiamin  0.3 mg 27% Vitamin B2 – riboflavin          4.5 mg 321% Vitamin B7 – biotin (H)          33 mcg 66% Vitamin B9 – folic acid           60 mcg 30% Health Benefits Even though sea spaghetti contains less minerals and vitamins than most other seaweeds, it is rich in polysaccharides such as laminaran. These substances are known to assist the immune system. Sea spaghetti is also known to have anti-microbial and anti-oxidative properties. Research into this has been documented by http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22167943 http://shura.shu.ac.uk/4980/1/The_Potential_Health_Benefits_of_Seaweed_and_Seaweed_Extracts.PDF http://www.foodhealthinnovation.com/media/6690/sea_vegetables_february_2013.pdf A study on the antibacterial activity of sea spaghetti is being completed under Michiel Vos at the ECEHH at Exeter University in Penryn. Michiel's contact details are M.Vos@exeter.ac.uk. Contact Issued by The Cornish Seaweed Company. Please direct press enquiries to Laura Barnes. email: press@cornishseaweedcompany.co.uk or Tel: 07729263818

Saab Receives Order for Artillery Ammunition

Work on this order will be performed by Saab’s subsidiary Saab Bofors Dynamics Switzerland (SBDS), and includes the manufacture and delivery of explosive training artillery grenades. The work includes conversion of live rounds into training rounds with SBDS performing the technical alteration, the filling of the target marking and explosive components as well as the final assembling.“This order is an endorsement of Saab’s world-class munitions facility in Switzerland, which provides products and services for business partners and Armed Forces around the world,” says Görgen Johansson, head of Saab’s business area Dynamics."This order is completely in line with our strategy to strengthen and extend our range of services. We have a well-proven track record of fulfilling a wide range of national and international service contracts within the field of munitions, the respective components and explosives,” says Stephan Kocher, head of Saab Bofors Dynamics Switzerland.The industry’s nature is such that due to circumstances concerning the product and customer, further information about the customer will not be announced.SBDS is an industry leader in the design, development and production of mortar rounds, warheads, less-lethal applications and other energetic products. The company is a specialist in total munitions life cycle management and provides servicing of different ammunition types, mainly for large-calibre products. SBDS operates as a subsidiary of Saab and is based in Thun, Switzerland where it maintains a start-of-the-art development and production site with advanced test and simulation facilities.For further information, please contact:Saab Press Centre, +46 (0)734 180 018,presscentre@saabgroup.comwww.saabgroup.comwww.saabgroup.com/YouTubeFollow us on twitter: @saabSaab serves the global market with world-leading products, services and solutions within military defence and civil security. Saab has operations and employees on all continents around the world. Through innovative, collaborative and pragmatic thinking, Saab develops, adopts and improves new technology to meet customers’ changing needs.

LJMU signs MOU with Mersey Maritime

Liverpool John Moores University and Mersey Maritime have signed a ground breaking Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) which will further enhance the close partnership between the two organisations to benefit the maritime sector as a whole. The MoU will formalise a strategic agreement with the aim of sharing the knowledge and experience of both private and public sectors to access a variety of funding streams to finance maritime projects within the UK and EU. Close attention will be paid to helping bridge the skills shortage in the maritime industry by developing closer links with maritime cluster organisations representing businesses and universities throughout Europe.  Maritime SMEs will have access to LJMU’s facilities including state of the art R&D laboratories and testing facilities to aid UK maritime businesses to compete on a global scale.  Resources such as intellectual property advice, training for crew and key statistical data will be available for the benefit of the industry and in the longer term links will be developed with Atlantic maritime companies and associations to further global trade. Chris Shirling-Rooke, Mersey Maritime’s Acting CEO, said: “I am really excited by this new development and look forward to working even more closely with the team at Liverpool John Moores University. Helping to create strong alliances with maritime businesses, training centres and universities across the UK and the EU is key to furthering the cause of our industry.” Professor Ahmed Al-Shamma'a, LJMU, Executive Dean, Faculty of Technology and Environment added:  “I am truly delighted to forge such a pioneering partnership with Mersey Maritime and its members. This partnership cements our heritage as one of the oldest Nautical Institutions in the UK. “LJMU has served the sector with innovative use of technology since 1892 and is committed to field work in generating state-of-the-art facilities for training, teaching and research. This embraces the enterprising culture of the University, which plays a key role in our civic and regional leadership.” —ends— For Further Information Please Contact: Phil Page, Elaborate Communications                                                            Tel: +44 (0) 1296 682104 Notes to Editors: Mersey Maritime Limited Mersey Maritime is the private-public sector partnership that represents the interests of the shipping, ports and logistics sector on Merseyside, including improvements to the movement of freight across the region. It represents the interests of a cluster of 1700 businesses employing 28,000 people, with a combined turnover of £2.6bn. The organisation receives funding via the European Regional Development Fund (see below), matched by private sector income raised through membership, events and consultancy services. www.merseymaritime.co.uk  The European Regional Development Fund The European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) is making a real difference to people and businesses in the North West. The Current ERDF programme, which is worth €755 million, is enhancing the competitiveness of the region’s economy by supporting growth in enterprise and employment. ERDF is managed by the Department for Communities and Local Government. ERDF’s Maritime Sector Development Programme has been extended to 2015. It aims to support productivity, business growth and job creation among small to medium sized enterprises on Merseyside, helping to enhance the competitiveness of the sub-region both nationally and internationally. For further information please visit https://www.gov.uk/browse/business/funding-debt/european-regional-development-funding  

Foodication and Kerrie Dorman of the Restaurant Mentors launch two new courses to help entrepreneurs run successful restaurant businesses

Restaurant consultancy Foodication has just launched two new courses in partnership with Kerrie Dorman, designed to help entrepreneurs with the skills needed to run a successful restaurant or coffee shop. The first course on how to start and run a business will take place on 12th June, the second course in front of house skills will run on 15th and 16th June. The How to Start and Run a Successful Restaurant or Coffee Bar 12th June, 9:30am – 5:00pm This course will give entrepreneurs the essential knowledge needed to set up their own food business; from the idea all the way through to implementation. There are a lot of implications of setting up in this industry, so the course aims to cover these as well as all the important numbers that should be taken into consideration when starting up.  It also encompasses customer service, stock/suppliers and property. The cost of this one-day course is £79 (if booked before 31st May, £99 thereafter). Tickets can be booked here. (https://startarestaurant.eventbrite.co.uk/) or visit: http://www.foodication.co/courses Front of House Skills for Restaurant People 15th and 16th June, 9:30am – 5:00pm Aimed at anyone who wants to work in the hospitality industry, this course will teach valuable front of house skills that focus on customer service and the practical elements of working in a bar or restaurant. The cost of this two-day course is £95 (if booked before 31st May, £195 thereafter). Tickets can be booked here. (https://fohskills.eventbrite.co.uk/) or visit: http://www.foodication.co/courses Both courses will be run by Kerrie Dorman – an entrepreneur who ran a small chain of wine bars, and regularly gives talks on her experiences to other business people around London – and Vasken Jermakian – Director of Foodication and an expert in the operational management of new restaurants and cafes, having worked with the likes of PizzaExpress and Starbucks. Dorman and Jermakian have a wealth of restaurant experience between them and will be sharing that knowledge with attendees across the two courses. This is a fantastic chance for entrepreneurs, graduates and those wishing to work in hospitality to prepare themselves for a successful career in this industry. Both courses will take place at Hospitality House, 11-59 High Road, London, N2 8AB.

Annual General Meeting 2015

The AGM re-elected Lorenzo Grabau, Irina Hemmers, Erik Mitteregger, Mike Parton, Carla Smits-Nusteling and Mario Zanotti as directors of the Board and elected Eamonn O'Hare as a new director of the Board and re-elected Mike Parton as Chairman of the Board. The AGM approved the annual report for 2014 and resolved on ordinary dividend of SEK 4.85 per share and an extraordinary dividend of SEK 10.00 per share, i.e. a total dividend of SEK 14.85 per share. The record date was decided to be Thursday 21 May 2015. The dividend is estimated to be paid out to the shareholders on Tuesday 26 May 2015. The AGM discharged the directors of the Board and the CEO from liability for the financial year 2014. The AGM also resolved to: ·approve remuneration to the Board and auditor and procedures for the Nomination Committee; ·approve guidelines for the remuneration to senior executives as well as the principles and scope for Tele2's long term share-related incentive programme 2015, including authorisations for the Board to resolve on a new issue of not more than 2,300,000 Class C shares and to repurchase all Class C shares in the company in order to, following reclassification into Class B shares, transfer such shares to the participants in Tele2's long-term incentive plans, of which 1,800,000 can be transferred to the participants under the 2015 plan; and ·authorise the Board to pass a resolution on one or more occasions for the period up until the next Annual General Meeting to repurchase so many Class A and/or Class B shares that Tele2's holding does not at any time exceed 10 per cent of the total number of issued Tele2 shares. At the constituent board meeting following the AGM, an Audit Committee and a Remuneration Committee were appointed. Carla-Smits Nusteling was appointed as Chairman of the Audit Committee and Erik Mitteregger, Lorenzo Grabau and Irina Hemmers were appointed as members of the Audit Committee. Lorenzo Grabau was appointed as Chairman of the Remuneration Committee and Carla Smits-Nusteling and Mike Parton were appointed as members of the Remuneration Committee. The information is of such character, which Tele2 AB (publ) shall disclose in accordance with the Securities Market Act (2007:528) and/or the law on Trading with Financial Instruments (1991:980). The information was distributed for disclosure at 12.30 a.m. CEST on 19 May 2015. For more information, please contact:Lars Torstensson, EVP Group Communication & Strategy, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 702 73 48 79 Viktor Wallström, Head of Public Relations, Tele2 AB, Phone: +46 703 63 53 27 +----------------------------------------------------------------------------+|TELE2 IS ONE OF EUROPE'S FASTEST GROWING TELECOM OPERATORS, ALWAYS PROVIDING||CUSTOMERS WITH WHAT THEY NEED FOR LESS. We have 14 million customers in 9 ||countries. Tele2 offers mobile services, fixed broadband and telephony, data||network services and content services. Ever since Jan Stenbeck founded the ||company in 1993, it has been a tough challenger to the former government ||monopolies and other established providers. Tele2 has been listed on the ||NASDAQ OMX Stockholm since 1996. In 2014, we had net sales of SEK 26 billion||and reported an operating profit (EBITDA) of SEK 5.9 billion. |+----------------------------------------------------------------------------+

Professional MasterChef winner joins national school caterer

Ash Mair, the professional MasterChef champion once described by Michel Roux Jr. as "a supreme talent" and having "the gift of culinary genius" has joined Cucina Restaurants to lead its development team in creating new food styles and menu ranges for 60,000 school customers nationally. Ash will be working with Cucina's chefs to develop and roll out a range of new menu ideas, including a special travelling street food range which is being planned for the start of new school year in September. Discussing his new role with Cucina, Ash said: "I absolutely love doing this, it is such a creative challenge to produce food this good within the constraints of school catering. It is completely different from anything I have done before and Cucina is like no other school food company I have ever come across.They are really pushing things to find out just how good school food can get. We will be getting kids involved in trying out new food ideas, seeing what they like and what they are interested in.  "When I first mention to people that I am working with a school catering company they are surprised until I explain it a bit more. The food this company produces is actually better than at a lot of places I have eaten at in the high street. They just refuse to take shortcuts." Cucina's Director of Food, Sam Davies said:  "This is very exciting for us. The work we are doing with Ash isn't just about the food, it is about teaching about food, too. This is why we are put so much into research - taking note of food trends and developing new dishes in popular and trending formats. Ash really gets what we are about as a company, he has contributed some fantastic ideas." After Ash's victory on the BBC MasterChef programme, Michel Roux Jr. commented: "He pushes himself to the absolute limit and always delivers. Ash has got a gift. His food is outstanding." BBC programme host Gregg Wallace added: "His food is incredible. Stand-out, world-class, fantastic dishes. He has given me some of the best food I have ever tasted.”  From September 2015, Cucina’s new range of street food dishes, presenting a different dish for each day of the week, will begin its travels to the company's contracts around the country. (Pictured: Ash Mair with Cucina MD Steve Quinn and Cucina School Chef Steve Bott)

Mem Ferda Stars In Crime Flick Set To Thrill At 2015 Cannes Film Festival

British action star Mem Ferda is set to captivate Cannes Film Festival goers as he squares up against fellow hard man Craig Fairbrass in ultra-violent silver screen production, Gunned Down (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1024855/). Directed by the legendary Mark McQueen, the highly anticipated film is slick, confronting and guaranteed to have viewers gripped from start to finish. The high adrenalin action thriller is underpinned by themes of morality and honour, which put it on par with genre greats such as Heat, Point Blank and Sexy Beast. Its classic British crime meets hard hitting cinematic swagger in a film that’s sure to have Cannes critics on the edge of their seats. Ferda says, “I’m so excited for Gunned Down to be unveiled at the most prestigious film festival in the world. The silver screen is no stranger to action movies however a lot of the newer productions seem contrived and lacking depth. For me, Gunned Down is a gritty representation of the very real lives of violence that underworld figures lead. Craig has penned a powerful and provoking screenplay that grips audiences and relentlessly keeps interest in every second of screen time.” The film unfolds in two key locations – Southern Spain’s debauched and sun kissed city of Marbella, and the shadowy streets of London’s notoriously dark underworld.  When career criminal Jack Cregan (Fairbrass) embarks on a vendetta to solve the mystery of his father’s murder and reclaim a stash of stolen heist money, he quickly finds himself in collateral danger. Soon Cregan, his cousin Sammy and fellow gang members Eddie and Frank start to suspect that there is more to the mystery than originally thought. As Cregan starts to dig he must face the fact that his life is changed forever.  Brains, brawn and firearms collide as the men take on a gritty world of gangland criminals, corrupt police and vindictive cover ups. Ferda fronts the ‘baddies’ pack as notorious East-end gangster and infamous London lap dancing club owner, Lenny Moore. Lawless, ruthless and willing to do whatever it takes to protect his underground empire, Moore is a serious hurdle for Cregan and his truth seeking crusade.     While Ferda’s performance is nothing short of brilliant, his aptitude for the role is to some degree attributed to his personal experiences. Like his character, Ferda also holds a dark past that undoubtedly enhances his portrayal of Lenny Moore. As a child he watched his father narrowly escape an assassination attempt, as a student he was detained by Serbian border police as a suspected drug smuggler and as an adult, he’s come face to face with armed gunmen in the alleys of Istanbul. While some may have let these experiences weaken their character, Ferda has used them to pull off utterly magnetic ‘hard man’ roles.  Ferda said, “As soon as I read the script the character of Lenny Moore cried out to me. His authenticity and complexity has me riveted, and I knew I had to bring him to life.” As well as starring alongside Fairbrass, Ferda is backed up by a talented cast of well-known names. Co-stars include James Cosmo (Game of Thrones), Steven Berkoff (Octopussy), Nick Moran (Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels), and Nathalie Cox (Kingdom of Heaven). To find out more about Gunned Down go to: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1024855/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/GunnedDownMovie To find out more about Mem Ferda, go to: IMDB - http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1570873/   Twitter: https://twitter.com/memferda1 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MemFerdaOfficial YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/Fanzonemem

Annual General Meeting of Bluefish Pharmaceuticals AB

Right to participate and notificationShareholders who wish to participate in the annual general meeting must be entered in the share register maintained by Euroclear Sweden AB on 10 June 2015. They must also register with the company, including the names of any representatives (two at most) by 4 p.m. on 10 June 2015. Notification may be by email to susanna.urdmark@bluefishpharma.com, via the company's website www.bluefishpharma.com or by regular mail to Bluefish Pharmaceuticals AB, Torsgatan 11, 111 23 Stockholm. Mark the envelope "Annual general meeting". Notification may also be given by telephone at +46 8 519 116 00. Nominee sharesIn order to participate in the annual general meeting, shareholders whose shares are nominee-registered must request that the shares be temporarily registered in their own name. Such shareholders must notify the nominee about this well in advance of 10 June 2015 so that Euroclear Sweden AB is able to process the request on time. RepresentativeShareholders who would like a representative to attend the meeting on their behalf must provide a written, signed and date proxy form. Proxy forms must be submitted no later than upon arrival at the annual general meeting, but it is preferred that a copy of the form is submitted prior to the meeting. If the proxy form is issued by a legal entity, a certified copy of the certificate of registration for the legal entity must be enclosed. If the period of validity is not stated, the proxy will be valid for one year, at most. Proposed agenda1. Election of Chairman for the annual general meeting.2. Preparation and approval of voting list.3. Approval of the agenda.4. Election of one or two persons appointed to verify the minutes.5. Determination of whether the annual general meeting has been duly convened.6. Presentation of the annual report, auditor's report, consolidated financial statements and auditor's report for the Group.7. Decisionsa) adoption of the income statement and balance sheet, the consolidated income statement and the consolidated balance sheet;b) allocation of the company's profit or loss;c) the discharge from liability for Board members and the CEO8. Determination of the number of Board members, deputy Board members and auditors.9. Determination of remuneration for Board members and auditors.10. Election of Board members and deputy Board members.11. Election of auditor.12. Decision on giving the Board authority to decide on new issue of shares.13. Conclusion of the annual general meeting. A. Dividends (item 7 b)The Board proposes that no dividends be issued to shareholders. B. Remuneration to the Board and auditors (item 9)No remuneration shall be paid to Board members. Fees to auditors shall be paid as invoiced. C. Election of Board members, deputy Board members and auditors (items 8, 10 and 11)The Board must consist of four ordinary members. Re-election of current Board members, Erika Kjellberg Eriksson, Gerald Engström, Karl Karlsson and Nivedan Bharadwaj. The company must have one audit company as its auditors. Re-election of EY as the audit company up until the end of the next annual general meeting.D. Decision on giving the Board authority to decide on new issue of shares (item 12)The Board proposes that it is given the authority by the annual general meeting to, with or without deviation from shareholders' preferential rights, on one or more occasions up until the next annual general meeting, decide on the issue of new shares, warrants or convertibles. Such authority applies to decisions which, in total, are for at most the issue of 10,000,000 new B shares. Decisions pertaining to new issues may, besides cash payment, also include decisions on payment in kind, or by set-off, or other means of subscribing in accordance with chapter 13, paragraph 5, section 6 of the Swedish Companies Act. The aim of such authority is to enable the company to, on short notice, invite new stakeholders to participate in the company as shareholders and, otherwise be able to act if interesting partners or business opportunities arise. ________________________________________________________ Financial reports and audit reports may be obtained from the company at Torsgatan 11, 111 23 Stockholm or downloaded from the company's website, www.bluefishpharma.com. They will be available no later than three weeks prior to the annual general meeting. A copy of these documents will also be sent to shareholders who have provided an address and requested receipt of such documents. The total number of shares in the company amounts to 80,942,496 and the number of votes is 8,094,250. The company does not hold any of its own shares. Stockholm, May 2015 Bluefish Pharmaceuticals AB (publ) Board of Directors

DONG in Denmark has chosen Eltel as one of its long-term partners for power distribution

The tendering round has now been completed and during the next five years DONG EL expects to enter into frame agreements in total value of approximately DKK 755 million with the selected three contractor constellations. The final contracts are expected to be signed during May. Axel Hjärne, CEO of Eltel Group, comments:We are very happy at Eltel to have won the confidence of DONG to become one of their strategic partners for the future. Eltel has systematically built a stable platform of Infranet services in Denmark and we have worked with DONG also earlier. To step up in the power distribution business in Denmark has been a strategic ambition for Eltel. Anders Vikkelsø, Vice President DONG says:We have had a strong desire to compile our supplier agreements and establish long lasting strategic partnerships with a few very qualified and motivated partners. I am delighted that we have now achieved this milestone in the fulfillment of this supplier strategy. About DONG:DONG Energy is one of the leading energy groups in Northern Europe. DONG Energy’s business is based on procuring, producing, distributing and trading in energy and related products in Northern Europe. DONG Energy has around 6,500 employees and is headquartered in Denmark. About EltelEltel is a leading European provider of technical services for critical infrastructure networks – Infranets – in the segments of Power, Communication and Transport & Security, with operations throughout the Nordic and Baltic regions, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom and Africa. Eltel provides a broad and integrated range of services, spanning from maintenance and upgrade services to project deliveries. Eltel has a diverse contract portfolio and a loyal and growing customer base of large network owners. The number of employees is approximately 8,600 and in 2014, Eltel net sales amounted to EUR 1,242 million. Eltel’s share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since February 2015. For more information, please contactGunilla Wikman, Investor Relations Manager at Eltel ABtel: +46 725 843 630, gunilla.wikman@eltelnetworks.se Hannu Tynkkynen, Senior Vice President, Group Communications at Eltel ABtel: +358 40 3114503, hannu.tynkkynen@eltelnetworks.com

Thin Client Version of iCommand® Suite Enhances User Access to Dynamic Command and Control Capabilities

TAMPA, Fla., Special Operations Forces Industry Conference – MAY 19, 2015 – Textron Systems Advanced Information Solutions (http://www.textronsystems.com/businesses/advanced-information), a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) business, announced today the latest release of its Integrated Command (iCommand®) suite. The new thin client version of iCommand, known as iCommand 2.0, expands user access to a wide range of valuable command and control capabilities (C2) that deliver real-time situational understanding and mission-centric collaboration. Textron Systems is displaying the new product during the Special Operations Forces Industry Conference (SOFIC) in Tampa, Fla., May 19-21, at booth 520/526. iCommand thin client provides ubiquitous access to real time C4ISR information from anywhere a web browser is available. No software needs to be installed, and no custom plug-ins are required. iCommand 2.0 streams synchronized information from multiple data sources and locations onto one 3-D multi-touch geospatial display in a single web page. It also includes new capabilities for managing critical information in the cloud and delivering it seamlessly across an enterprise and “to the edge” of a user’s operations. In addition to its thin client attributes, iCommand 2.0 provides enhanced geospatial data management and document management capabilities, collaborative workspaces and multiple simultaneous viewpoints. It also is modular and scalable based on available IT infrastructure. A single iCommand node delivers dynamic operational information to 50 concurrent users with ingestion of up to 50 full motion video feeds, and 30,000 sustained individual tracks including 48-hour retention and recall of all tracks and video data. “iCommand 2.0 enhances interactions and collaboration between mission commanders and tactical edge users for greater C2, operations intelligence data convergence and sensor/platform integration,” explains Steve Overly, Textron Systems Advanced Information Solutions senior vice president and general manager. “It takes the capabilities of our previous iCommand solution to the next level and expands its application to a wider range of environments. With increased information access, users are able to maintain a tactical advantage like never before.” iCommand 2.0  maintains all of the best features of iCommand 1.0.  It is deployed as a cloud-enabled service in which data is integrated into a common platform where context is built and maintained over time.  Information is displayed in a unified manner, removing the need to cross reference multiple displays and documents and reducing the time it takes to make decisions.  Taking disparate data and systems and integrating them onto common displays allows users to add mission critical contextual information to raw data.  iCommand’s ease of use and configuration enables common operating picture (COP) managers to visualize real-time data from remote platforms, including unmanned aircraft, manned strike aircraft and a variety of intelligence and operations feeds/data sources.  Using its intuitive web-based interface, COP managers can dynamically manage critical aspects of the data, such as name, symbology, attribution, layering and attachments. This COP management capability turns this data into powerful decision-making enablers for the end users. Once tactical decisions are made, iCommand’s platform integration services enable operations center users to manage and task platforms under their command. Drag-and-drop tasking operations are translated into specific tactical messages, which are then sent to the appropriate radio or device.  This closes the loop on situational understanding, decision making and platform management to provide an end-to-end operations / intelligence convergence capability. The iCommand 2.0 suite also eliminates the need for constant cross referencing of multiple documents. Users view, manage and interpret information regarding mission plans and platform synchronization for tactical assets using a map-centric view of the battlespace. This brings traditionally separate mission documents directly into geospatial context. The new thin client iCommand 2.0 product is available now. For more information or to schedule a demonstration, contact Harvey Davis at 540-288-3358. # # # Certain statements in this press release may project revenues or describe strategies, goals, outlook or other non-historical matters; these forward-looking statements speak only as of the date on which they are made, and we undertake no obligation to update them. These statements are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors that may cause our actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. EXPORT WARNING: This document does not contain export-controlled technical data and is approved for international release.  However, the product iCommand 2.0 is controlled under the U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations, and requires approval of the U.S. Department of State prior to export.

Natto: Statins Inhibit Vitamin K2 and Stimulate Hardening of the Arteries: New Review Paper

Vitamin K2 plays a critical role in the activation of matrix Gla protein (MGP), which inhibits soft tissue and cardiovascular calcification. MGP is present in bone, blood vessel, lung, heart, and kidney soft tissues. MGP binds calcium and protects blood vessels from calcification, but only when in its active form, which requires adequate intakes of vitamin K2. Unfortunately, statins inhibit vitamin K2 synthesis in the body, thereby accelerating coronary artery calcification, an important marker of the progress of atherosclerosis, according to researchers. “This new paper speaks directly to statins interrupting the mechanism of action by which vitamin K2 inhibits calcification,” said Hogne Vik, NattoPharma CEO. “Conversely, research clearly demonstrates that increasing dietary vitamin K2, specifically vitamin K2 as menaquinone-7, can improve vitamin K2 levels in the blood and tissues, thus promoting cardiovascular health.” Supporting Vik’s statement, a new study, “Menaquinone-7 Supplementation Improves Arterial Stiffness in Healthy Postmenopausal Women,” published in the journal Thrombosis and Haemostasis, demonstrated the positive impact of MenaQ7® brand Vitamin K2 as MK-7 (menaquinone-7) on cardiovascular health through its improvement of arterial flexibility. This study is significant because it is an interventional study with a vitamin K2 dietary supplement, MenaQ7, confirming what previous population-based studies have shown: a positive correlation of vitamin K2 consumption from dietary sources attributes to less arterial calcification and reduced risk of coronary heart disease. Researchers at the R&D Group VitaK of Maastricht University in the Netherlands monitored 244 healthy post-menopausal women for three years using pulse wave velocity and ultrasound techniques. The participants, aged 55-65 years, were randomly assigned to take 180 mcg of MenaQ7 daily for three years, or placebo capsules. Results confirmed that MenaQ7 Vitamin K2 not only inhibited age-related stiffening of the artery walls, but also made an unprecedented statistically significant improvement of vascular elasticity. To review the “Statin” study online prior to publication, visit http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25655639. The cardiovascular study appears in the May 2015 issue of Thrombosis and Haemostasis. To review online, visit http://th.schattauer.de/en/contents/current-issue/issue/special/manuscript/24032/show.html. ### About NattoPharma and MenaQ7® NattoPharma develops and sells vitamin K2 including preventive effect against osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease. The company builds its competitive advantage with clinical research, patents, and rights, as well as strong sales and marketing efforts, and its MenaQ7® brand is the only clinically validated vitamin K2 on the market. NattoPharma has exclusive rights to sell and market the brand MenaQ7® Vitamin K2 as MK-7 globally and offers its vitamin K2 products as ingredients in dietary supplements, functional food, and medical food. The company is also in the process of developing a pharmaceutical product candidate. Contact: Hogne Vik, NattoPharma CEO E-mail: hogne.vik@nattopharma.com OR Kate Quackenbush, NattoPharma Director of Communications E-mail: kate.quackenbush@nattopharma.com

Bulletin from the Annual General Meeting 2015 of Eltel AB

For more detailed information on the content of the resolutions, please refer to the notice of the Annual General Meeting (the AGM), which is available on the Company's website, www.eltelnetworks.com. · The AGM resolved to adopt the income statement and balance sheet and consolidated income statement and consolidated balance sheet for the financial year 2014. · The AGM resolved, in accordance with the Board's proposal that no dividend should be paid for financial year 2014. · The AGM discharged the Board members and the Managing Director from liability for their administration during 2014. · The AGM re-elected the registered auditing company PwC as the Company's auditor for one year. The authorized public accountant Niklas Renström at PwC will be auditor in charge. · The AGM resolved that the remuneration for the board shall be SEK 3 million (unchanged from previous year) of which the Chairman shall receive SEK 750,000 and each of the six other elected members shall receive SEK 300,000. Remuneration to each of the members of the Audit Committee and the Remuneration Committee amount to SEK 75,000. · Fees to the auditors shall be paid according to approved invoice. · The AGM re-elected the following members of the Board: Gérard Mohr, Matti Kyytsönen, Fredrik Karlsson, Susanne Lithander and Ulf Lundahl. Rada Rodriguez and Karl Åberg were elected new members of the Board. Mr Mohr was re-elected Chairman of the Board. · Karl Åberg is 35 years old and a Partner at Zeres Capital and Capman. He has previously held positions at Handelsbanken Corporate Finance. Karl Åberg is a member of the the board of Proffice. He holds a Master of Science in Business and Economics from the Stockholm School of Economics. Karl Åberg is independent of the Company and its management but not independent in relation to the major shareholders. · Rada Rodriguez is born 1959 and is CEO of Schneider Electric GmbH since 2009. She has been working for the Schneider Electric group since 1996 and before that she had various roles for the Swedish companies Colasit Scandinavia and K-Konsult. Rada Rodriguez holds a degree in Construction Engineering. Rada Rodriguiez is independent of the Company and its management and also independent in relation to the major shareholders. · The AGM approved the Board's proposal for Guidelines for remuneration of the Senior Management of the Company. · The AGM approved the Board's proposal for a long-term incentive program for key individuals. To ensure delivery of shares under the incentive program, the AGM resolved on the introduction of a new class of shares, Class C shares, which after conversion to ordinary shares may be transferred to participants in the program or in the market for cash flow purposes to secure the Company's payment of social security contributions. The AGM authorized the Board to issue and subsequently repurchase a maximum of 537 000 Class C shares. · The AGM approved the Board's proposal to authorize the Board to resolve to issue a maximum of 6,250,000 ordinary shares (corresponding to a dilution of approximately 10 percent of the share capital and votes). The purpose of the authorization is to enable the company to use its own shares as payment in connection with acquisitions. · Finally, the AGM decided in accordance with the Board's proposal to authorize the Board to decide on repurchasing so many ordinary shares that the Company's holding at no time exceeds 10 percent of all shares in the company. Further, the Board was authorized to resolved on transfer of the Company's common shares in connection with acquisitions. For more information, please contactGunilla Wikman, Investor Relations Manager at Eltel ABtel: +46 725 843 630, gunilla.wikman@eltelnetworks.se Hannu Tynkkynen, Senior Vice President, Group Communications at Eltel ABtel: +358 40 3114503, hannu.tynkkynen@eltelnetworks.com About EltelEltel is a leading European provider of technical services for critical infrastructure networks – Infranets – in the segments of Power, Communication and Transport & Security, with operations throughout the Nordic and Baltic regions, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom and Africa. Eltel provides a broad and integrated range of services, spanning from maintenance and upgrade services to project deliveries. Eltel has a diverse contract portfolio and a loyal and growing customer base of large network owners. The number of employees is approximately 8,600 and in 2014, Eltel net sales amounted to EUR 1,242 million. Eltel’s share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm since February 2015.

Annual General Meeting of Oriflame Cosmetics S.A.

Oriflame Cosmetics S.A. today held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Luxembourg. All current directors, Magnus Brännström, Anders Dahlvig, Lilian Fossum Biner, Alexander af Jochnick, Jonas af Jochnick, Robert af Jochnick, Anna Malmhake, Helle Kruse Nielsen and Christian Salamon, were re-elected, to serve as members of the Board of Directors until the next Annual General Meeting. Alexander af Jochnick was re-elected to serve as Chairman of the Board until the next Annual General Meeting. KPMG Luxembourg Société coopérative was re-elected auditor. The AGM approved the Board of Director’s proposal that no dividend shall be paid out of the profits until the next annual general meeting. All other proposals set forth in the AGM convening notice, including but not limited the approval in principle of the implementation of a new Share Incentive Plan for the key employees of the Oriflame Group, were approved by the General Meeting. For additional information, please contact:Johanna Palm, Senior Director Investor Relations        +46 765 422 672  Founded in 1967, Oriflame is a beauty company selling direct in more than 60 countries. Its wide portfolio of Swedish, nature-inspired, innovative beauty products is marketed through approximately 3 million independent Oriflame Consultants, generating annual sales of around €1.3 billion. Respect for people and nature underlies Oriflame’s operating principles and is reflected in its social and environmental policies. Oriflame supports numerous charities worldwide and is a Co-founder of the World Childhood Foundation. Oriflame is a Luxembourg company group with corporate offices in Luxembourg and Switzerland. Oriflame Cosmetics is listed on the Nasdaq Stockholm Exchange.

Small Boutique London Hotel Extends Invitation to Media for Complimentary Afternoon Cream Tea and Warm Hospitality

One of London’s finest small boutique hotels is extending a warm welcome to journalists and bloggers looking to write about a rather different and supremely intimate hotel experience.  Nestled among the elegant townhouses of the prestigious Knightsbridge district sits The Beaufort Hotel (http://www.thebeaufort.co.uk/), offering a more personal boutique hotel experience in central London. Discreet, luxurious and utterly unique, this family-run hotel offers a “home from home” to both leisure travellers and corporate guests alike. Each of the 29 rooms and suites in the hotel is individually designed and beautifully-appointed with every detail perfected and checked by the hotel’s owners. From original watercolour paintings (one of the biggest private collections in the UK) and crisp linen sheets to ensuite marble bathrooms and stunning views over Beaufort Square Garden, a stay at The Beaufort Hotel is nothing short of regal. But what makes the hotel different is its personality reflected in the care and attention to detail of its loyal staff. Despite the understated opulence and refinement of the hotel and its surroundings, The Beaufort also offers a range of complimentary benefits that go far beyond the norms of most luxury London hotels. For example, instead of “cashing in” to upsell guests into taking expensive afternoon teas, drinks and WiFi, The Beaufort offers these amenities free of charge to guests. Leading hospitality blog London Hotels Insight (http://londonhotelsinsight.com/) had this to say about the hotel: “One might think that with all its free guest amenities, The Beaufort would charge a hefty premium; however, its rate is pretty much on a par with other hotels in Knightsbridge (http://www.thebeaufort.co.uk/) within the same category.  So the extras are delivered purely as value-added for the customer.” Located in the heart of Knightsbridge, The Beaufort is perfectly-positioned for both business and pleasure. Just around the corner is the iconic Harrods department store, a must see stop on any London sightseeing itinerary. The ultra-trendy Chelsea fashion boutiques on Kings Road, as well as the Victoria and Albert Museum and Natural History Museum are all within walking distance, while guests wishing to venture further afield can stroll just seven minutes to the well-connected Knightsbridge tube station. When it comes to attentive service The Beaufort is committed to giving every guest the royal treatment. Guests with a love for retail therapy will jump at the chance to take advantage of the hotel’s free Harrods shopping courier. For a classic London experience guests are invited to enjoy a complimentary afternoon cream tea served between 3-5pm every day. A spread of homemade scones (made to the personal recipe of the owner’s wife), strawberry jam and clotted cream accompanied by a premium quality brew is the perfect antidote to a long day of sightseeing, shopping or business meetings. Corporate guests (http://www.thebeaufort.co.uk/corporate/) keen to impress are also welcome to invite clients back to enjoy cream tea or a drink into an elegant and private lounge – far removed from the typical hotel meeting room. Those in search of something a little stronger won’t want to miss the complimentary open bar from 3-11pm. Ideal for winding down in the afternoon or gearing up for a night out at one of the city’s five star restaurants. Breakfast is served up daily, with guests offered the option of room service or buffet style dining in the relaxing lounge area. Free WiFi is also offered throughout the hotel. Discretion and privacy lie at the heart of The Beaufort Hotel ethos and are exercised at every stage of the stay. From check in to departure, guests enjoy the total peace of mind that their experience is entirely confidential.  While the hotel offers guests a hidden-away, boutique feel it hasn’t escaped the attention of London’s top hospitality experts. Top blogger and city expert Laura Porter (https://twitter.com/aboutlondon) is the latest leading name to lend her support to The Beaufort, contributing a year-round Knightsbridge 2015 Events Calendar (http://www.boutiquehotellondon.com/knightsbridge-calendar/) highlighting the very best activities and attractions within easy reach of the hotel. The schedule is available to view on the hotel’s Boutique Hotel London (http://boutiquehotellondon.com/) blog. Indeed Laura Porter’s About London website (http://golondon.about.com/od/London-Luxury-Hotels/fr/The-Beaufort.htm) gave the Beaufort a maximum 5 star rating while paying it the highest compliment: “Who knew there was a luxury townhouse hotel in Knightsbridge with just 29 individually decorated guest rooms offering more of the feeling of staying with friends than at a hotel?” For journalists wanting to stay up-to-the-minute with the latest in London’s high end accommodation offerings, a visit to The Beaufort Hotel is an absolute must. To find out more about The Beaufort Hotel and inquire about a complimentary media stay, go to: http://www.thebeaufort.co.uk/ and get in touch using the contact form or via the contact details on this press release. Blog: http://www.boutiquehotellondon.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/beauforthoteluk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebeaufort Address: 33 Beaufort Gardens, Knightsbridge, London SW3 1PP, United Kingdom

2015 Annual General Meeting of shareholders

The Meeting adopted the Income Statement and Balance Sheet, as well as the consolidated financial statements and the Auditor’s report on the consolidated financial statements. The Meeting discharged the Board of Directors and the CEO from liability for the full year 2014. The Meeting resolved to re-elect  David Chance, Simon Duffy Michelle Guthrie and Alexander Izosimov as members of the Board and to elect Joakim Andersson and Bart Swanson as new members of the Board and also re-elected David Chance as Chairman of the Board, until the close of the 2016 Annual General Meeting. The Meeting approved the payment of an annual ordinary dividend of SEK 11.00 per share to shareholders as at the record date of Thursday 21 May 2015. The dividend payment is expected to be made on Tuesday 26 May 2015. The Meeting resolved to approve the proposal for remuneration to the Board and auditor and procedures for the Nomination Committee, as well as the guidelines for the remuneration to senior executives. The Meeting resolved to adopt a long term performance-based and share related incentive programme (“the Plan”) for approximately 100 senior executives and other key employees. The participants will be granted rights to receive MTG Class B shares free of charge subject to the terms and conditions of the Plan being fulfilled. Vesting will occur after release of the interim report for the first quarter 2018. The maximum numbers of MTG Class B shares which may vest under the Plan are limited to 495,000, representing approximately 0.7 per cent of the outstanding shares and 0.4 per cent of the outstanding votes. The Meeting also resolved to authorise the Board of Directors to pass a resolution on one or more occasions for the period up until the next Annual General Meeting to repurchase so many Class A and/or Class B shares that MTG's holding does not at any time exceed 10 per cent of the total number of issued MTG shares. At a statutory meeting of the Board of Directors following the Meeting, the Audit and Remuneration Committees were appointed. Simon Duffy was appointed as Chairman of the Audit Committee, with Michelle Guthrie, Joakim Andersson and Bart Swanson appointed as Committee members. Alexander Izosimov was appointed as Chairman of the Remuneration Committee, with David Chance and Joakim Andersson appointed as Committee members. ****

Kambi Group plc - Minutes from the AGM 2015

Kambi Group plc (Malta Registration number C49768; Registered Office: Level 3, Quantum House, Abate Rigord Street, Ta’ Xbiex XBX 1120, Malta) held the Annual General Meeting on Tuesday 19th May 2015 in Malta The total number of shareholders entitled to vote at this meeting was 17.848.915. Eleven resolutions were presented to the meeting. All following resolutions were approved. 1. Audited financial statements 2014 approved 2. Report on Directors’ Remuneration 2014 approved 3. Directors’ Fees 2015 approved 4. Lars Stugemo was re-elected Director 5. Anders Ström was re-elected Director 6. Susan Ball was re-elected Director 7. Patrick Clase was re-elected Director 8. Mazars Malta were re-appointed as external Auditors 9. Executive Share Option Plan will take immediate effect, and for a period of 5 years from the date of this resolution, to issue to managers and senior staff of the Company with the dilution up to the equivalent of 5%, with a maximum dilution per year of 1.5%, of the issued Ordinary ‘B’ Shares of the Company approved. 10. Authority to the Board to Issue and Allot Shares on one or several occasions prior to the date of the next Annual General Meeting of the Company, for Payment in Kind or through a direct set-off in connection with an acquisition up to a dilution of 10% of the issued Ordinary ‘B’ Shares of the Company approved. 11. Authority to the Company to make purchases of Ordinary ‘B’ shares in the Company. The authority shall expire on the date of the 2016 Annual General Meeting, but in any case shall not exceed the period of 18 months, with up to a maximum equivalent to 10% of total shares approved. By order of the Board Maureen Ehlinger Company Secretary For any further details, please refer to the Notice of the AGM or contact the Head of Investor Relations - Anna-Lena Åstrom +44 7834 626 301

A consortium of Danish pension funds secures the largest prime Nordic logistics portfolio

The acquiring consortium, consists of the Medical Doctors’ Pension Fund (Lægernes Pensionskasse), the Danish Pension Fund for Engineers (DIP) and the Pension Fund for Danish Lawyers and Economists (JØP) as well as PFA Pension. PFA Pension has re-invested part of its proceeds from one of the underlying selling NREP funds into the new ownership structure. The portfolio provides a long term stable income profile coupled with upside potential, driven by the stable growth characteristics of the underlying logistics industry as well as the limited supply of prime logistics properties in the Nordics. The new structure will be managed by NREP, the leading prime logistics manager in the Nordics, who is co-investing in the new structure. "The consortium is very pleased with this unique Nordic prime portfolio and that we have been able to retain management at attractive terms. The latter will ensure continued stability and access to NREP's experience within the sector. We believe the portfolio will not only generate strong income but also offer various value add initiatives not least driven by the more than 200,000 sqm of undeveloped land included in the portfolio", comments Jan Willard, Head of Alternative Investments, Medical Doctors’ Pension Fund. The portfolio consists of 28 modern efficient logistics properties located in key distribution hubs across Sweden, Finland and Denmark covering roughly 650.000 sqm. The combined transaction value amounts to approx. EUR 650 million. “The indirect acquisition fits well with our overall strategic objective of increasing our exposure to real estate as well as increasing our allocation to logistics, which is a sector we believe will outperform. We are likewise pleased with the consortium of likeminded investors that we have been able to structure around this investment allowing us to take a long term view without losing flexibility”, comments Jacob Hübertz, CIO at DIP/JØP. Catella Sweden, Roschier, Bech Bruun, E&Y and KPMG Acor Tax have been engaged as advisors by the consortium. The new structure will be fully financed by Danske Bank.

Panoro Energy ASA (Ticker PEN): Invitation to first quarter 2015 conference call May 27, 2015

Panoro Energy ASA’s Q1 2015 report will be published on Wednesday, May 27, 2015 and will be available on our website http://www.panoroenergy.com at 07:00 a.m. CET. Panoro will hold a conference call at 10:00 a.m. CET on Wednesday, May 27, 2015, during which management will discuss Panoro's 2015 first quarter results. The participants are invited to ask questions on the Q1 report after conclusion of the discussion. Participants are asked to dial in five to ten minutes prior to the start time using the number and password below: Local - Oslo, Norway                                    +47 21 563 318 Toll Free – Norway                                      800 19 457 Local – New York, USA                                +1 646 843 4608 Toll Free – USA                                         +1 866 966 5335 Local – London, UK                                      +44 (0) 20 3003 2666 Toll Free – UK                                          0808 109 0700 Password:                                               Panoro Participants dialling in from outside these countries may use the UK or USA number. A replay of the audio will be available shortly after the call is finished and will remain on our website for approximately 14 days. For more information please contact: Qazi QadeerChief Financial Officer+44 203 405 1084+44 798 169 0670qazi.qadeer@panoroenergy.com About Panoro Energy ASA Panoro Energy ASA is an independent E&P company based in London and listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with ticker PEN. The Company holds high quality exploration and development assets in West Africa, namely the Dussafu License offshore southern Gabon, and OML 113 offshore western Nigeria. Both assets have discoveries with approved Field Development Plans. In addition to discovered hydrocarbon resources and reserves, both assets also hold significant exploration potential. For more information visit the Company's website at www.panoroenergy.com.

Grant of restricted share units

The Board of Directors of Opera Software ASA granted a total of 1,125,000 performance based restricted share units (“RSUs”) on May 19, 2015. 870,000 RSUs have been granted to approximately 170 employees of Opera Mediaworks, all of which will, if certain performance criteria are met, vest over 2 years with 50% annually.The following primary insiders were granted RSUs: Lars Boilesen, CEO, 78 000 RSUs. The RSUs are partly based on certain performance criteria and partly on criteria related to shareholder return. The performance based RSU will, provided that the criteria are met, vest annually over 4 years. The shareholder return based RSUs will, provided that the criteria are met, vest after three years. After this grant, the employee holds 168 000 RSUs, 300 000 options and 23 735 shares in Opera Software ASA.Mahi de Silva, CEO Opera Mediaworks, 100 000 RSUs. The RSUs will, if certain performance criteria are met, vest annually over 4 years. After this grant, the employee holds 186 250 RSUs and 32 875 shares in Opera Software ASA.Erik Harrell, CFO/CSO, 20 000 RSUs. The RSUs are partly based on certain performance criteria and partly on criteria related to shareholder return. The performance based RSU will, provided that the criteria are met, vest annually over 4 years. The shareholder return based RSUs will, provided that the criteria are met, vest after three years. After this grant, the employee holds 35 000 RSUs, 612 500 options and 103 489 shares in Opera Software ASA.Andreas Thome, CCO, 20 000 RSUs. The RSUs are partly based on certain performance criteria and partly on criteria related to shareholder return. The performance based RSU will, provided that the criteria are met, vest annually over 4 years. The shareholder return based RSUs will, provided that the criteria are met, vest after three years. After this grant , the employee holds 35 000 RSUs, 520 000 options and 12 339 shares in Opera Software ASA.Andreas Thorsheim, SVP Products, 25 000 RSUs. The RSUs are partly based on certain performance criteria and partly on criteria related to shareholder return. The performance based RSU will, provided that the criteria are met, vest annually over 4 years. The shareholder return based RSUs will, provided that the criteria are met, vest after three years. After this grant, the employee holds 25 000 RSUs and 5000 shares in Opera Software ASA.Matthew Chagan, VP Corporate Development, 12.000 RSUs. The RSUs are partly based on certain performance criteria and partly on criteria related to shareholder return. The performance based RSU will, provided that the criteria are met, vest annually over 4 years. The shareholder return based RSUs will, provided that the criteria are met, vest after three years. After this grant, the employee holds 12 000 RSUs in Opera Software ASA.Petter Lade, Investor Relations  Tel: +47 2369 2400 (http://tel%2B47%202369%202400)  About Opera Software ASA Opera enables more than 350 million internet consumers worldwide to connect with the content and services that matter most to them. Opera also helps publishers monetize their content through advertising and advertisers reach the audiences that build value for their businesses, capitalizing on a global consumer audience reach that exceeds 1 billion.

SSAB launches new sustainability strategy

In the energy and resource-intense steel industry, SSAB’s focus on sustainability is critical to ensuring the company maintains its long-term competitive position. “To contribute to our vision of a more sustainable world, SSAB must strive to develop steel in a way that lessens our environmental footprint,” said Martin Lindqvist, SSAB’s president and CEO. “Setting relevant and tough sustainability targets will provide a good basis from which to monitor our progress and make sure we constantly challenge ourselves to improve the way we operate.” By the end of 2019, SSAB strives to achieve the following goals: · A lasting reduction of 200,000 tonnes in CO2 emissions · A lasting reduction of 300 GWh (both electricity and fuel) in purchased energy · A lasting improvement in residual utilization by 30,000 tonnes (excluding scrap metal), reducing the amount of material being sent to landfills “As part of our work to develop the new sustainability strategy and updated targets, we engaged with our most important stakeholders,” said Maria Långberg, vice president & head of group sustainability. “Through in-depth interviews and online surveys, we identified our most significant sustainability priorities to focus on looking ahead.” In addition to environmental targets, SSAB has updated its social responsibility targets, including areas such as performance dialogs, business ethics, compliance with SSAB’s Code of Conduct and supply chain management. The company will also focus on improvements in other sustainability-related areas, like health & safety, where SSAB aims to be the safest steel company in the world, and the increased environmental benefits derived from the use of SSAB’s high-strength steels. Press meeting Members of the media are welcome to a press briefing in Stockholm on May 20, where SSAB´s head of group sustainability, Maria Långberg, will discuss the new sustainability strategy. There will be time for interviews after the presentation. Time: 10.00-11.00 Venue: WTC, Klarabergsviadukten 70, D, Stockholm. For further information, please contact: Marie Elfstrand, Director, Media Relations and PR, Tel: +46 8 45 45 734 Maria Långberg, President, Merox AB, VP & Head of Group Sustainability SSAB, Tel: +46 8 45 45 727 More information about sustainability at SSAB is available at www.ssab.com/en/Sustainability/.

NeuroVive: Interim report 1 Jan. 2015 till 31 Mar. 2015

First Quarter (1 Jan. 2015 – 31 Mar. 2015) · Net revenues were SEK 0 (0) and other operating income was SEK 49,000 (43,000). · Loss before tax was SEK -14,271,000 (-9,877,000). · Earnings per share* were SEK -0.50 (-0.39). · Diluted earnings per share** were SEK -0.50 (-0.39). * Profit/loss for the period divided by the average number of shares before dilution at the end of the period. **Profit/loss for the period divided by the average number of shares after dilution at the end of the period. Business highlights in the first quarter of 2015 ·The new subsidiary, NeuroVive Pharmaceutical Asia, Inc., secured funding February 11 of just over USD 3 m ahead of potential IPO in Taiwan. ·On February 20, NeuroVive has completed a directed share issue, which brings SEK 60 million to the Company after transaction costs. Post balance sheet events ·On April 17, NeuroVive has announced that the company’s development project NVP014 for the treatment of ischemic stroke is entering a new phase in collaboration with UK partner Isomerase Therapeutics. ·NeuroVive has established a subsidiary in Lyon, France, in April. The establishment is part of a process of extending its ongoing collaboration with Hospices Civils de Lyon (HCL) and Professor Michel Ovize (the OPeRa program) to include drug development for the treatment of stroke. ·On April 21 NeuroVive announced that the independent safety committee has endorsed moving on to the next dose level without any safety issues, following the treatment of 10 of 20 patients in the ongoing clinical phase IIa study for traumatic brain injury with the company’s drug candidate NeuroSTAT®. Consequently, the study will continue as planned and move on to the next dosage group. ·The first patient has been enrolled in a clinical phase II study for acute kidney injury using the company’s product CicloMulsion®, which was announced on April 27. ·The results of a clinical phase II study indicating that cyclosporine counteracts brain injury in a subset of stroke patients undergoing thrombolysis has been published in an article co-authored by one of NeuroVive’s research partners, professor Michel Ovize of Hospices Civils de Lyon (HCL). ·NeuroVive has completed a directed share issue on May 8, 2015, which brings SEK 70 million to the Company before transaction costs. The share issue was directed to a limited group of institutional US investors in order to strengthen the company’s ownership base in the US. Read the interim report attached below NeuroVive Pharmaceutical AB (publ) is obligated to publish the information contained in this press release in accordance with the Swedish Securities Market Act. This information was provided to the media for publication at 8:30 a.m.CEST on May 20, 2015.

Eniro’s EBITDA for 2015 expected to be lower than issued forecast

As a result of the lower level of anticipated EBITDA, the Board of Directors has decided to recognize impairment of intangible assets in the range of SEK 1.1 – 1.2 billion in 2015. In connection with the interim report for the second quarter of 2015, a detailed breakdown of the impairment losses among countries and operations will be provided. Eniro continues to meet its obligations to banks and other creditors. The company is not issuing any new, detailed forecast for 2015 other than that EBITDA for 2015 is expected to be lower than SEK 631 M. Following the turbulence during the past autumn, Eniro is in full force with transforming the company and its business model. This work is being conducted with full intensity, but has initially generated a lesser direct effect than anticipated. As a result, Eniro’s sales performance was weaker during the first four months of the year than expected. Following this transformation work and the uncertainty around it, it is not possible to issue a new detailed forecast for 2015. “Naturally, it is disappointing that we do not expect to be able to deliver earnings at the level indicated in the previously issued forecast,” comments Stefan Kercza, President and CEO of Eniro. “However, this is a major transformation that we are conducting of the business, and there is always the risk of a company initially being affected and sales performing worse than planned. “I am convinced that we are carrying out the right measures to make Eniro competitive in our delivery as a leader in local, digital search and mobile search. We are now working intensively in all of our operations to meet our customers’ and the market’s expectations.” Eniro has in connection herewith decided to change and reduce the management team. The CFO Roland M Andersen will leave the company and Maria Åkrans has been appointed acting CFO, currently Head of Group Business Control. The Head of Communication Christer Lundin will also leave the company. 

Arise concludes agreement with Mammoet Wind

Mammoet Wind A/S will be acquiring Arise Kran AB’s crane and related equipment. The transfer will take place in the second quarter of the current year and will have a positive impact on earnings, which will be recognised in the same period. The parties have also signed a statement of intent under which Arise secures lifting capacity for future wind power projects. “When we bought the crane in 2009 there was a shortage of lifting capacity for large turbines of the type that we were planning to build. Prices for lifting and assembly were high and lead times were long. Thanks to our in-house lifting capacity, we have been able to build our wind farms faster and at a lower price than if we had sourced the same service externally,” Mats Olofsson, Managing Director of Arise Kran AB, says.   “Having our own crane has given us valuable experience of lifting, assembly and transport of turbines – an experience that we will take with us and have use of also in future projects. Now, having concluded an agreement with Mammoet Wind A/S, one of the world’s largest crane companies, we no longer need to have our own lifting capacity,” Mats continues. ”We are pleased to enter into a long-term cooperation with Arise, focused on building future wind power plants” John Hartvig Larsen, Managing Director of Mammoet Wind A/S, says, adding, “We are confident that Mammoet Wind as a global solution provider focused on driving down cost of renewable energy in a safe and sustainable way, will be a valuable partner for Arise and future projects” Halmstad 20 May, 2015 ARISE AB (publ) For further information, please contact Mats Olofsson, Managing Director Arise Kran AB, +46 705 094 652 John Hartvig Larsen, Managing Director Mammoet Wind A/S, +45 51 56 90 93 The information contained herein constitutes information which Arise AB is legally required to publish under the Swedish Securities Market Act (2007:528) and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act (1991:980). The information was released for publication at 09.00 a.m. on 20 May 2015.

MTG management changes

These changes include the appointment with immediate effect of MTG Executive Vice President Anders Jensen as CEO of MTG Sweden; Kim Poder as CEO of MTG Denmark; and Trygve Rønningen as CEO of MTG Norway. The country management roles are responsible for MTG’s free-TV, pay-TV and radio operations in each Nordic country. MTG digital accelerator MTGx comprises Viaplay, Play and Ventures, and Jonas Karlén is appointed as CEO of Viaplay with effect from 18 August. Both he and Arnd Benninghof (CEO of Play & Ventures) report to MTG Executive Vice President and Chief Digital Officer Rikard Steiber. In addition, MTG Executive Vice President Jette Nygaard-Andersen now also becomes CEO of the Group’s Central European free-TV, radio and local digital operations (in the Baltics, Czech Republic and Bulgaria), and CEO of MTG Broadcasting Technology. Marek Singer steps down as MTG Executive Vice President to take on the full time role as CEO of MTG’s Prima TV joint venture in the Czech Republic. MTG’s Group-wide management functions otherwise remain the same and include MTG Executive Vice President Jakob Mejlhede’s responsibility for Programming and Content Development, and MTG Senior Vice President Peter Nørrelund’s responsibility for sport. The changes are effective immediately and no other changes have been made to the MTG executive management team. “These changes reflect our desire to capitalize on fast moving consumer trends in our markets, as video viewing is increasingly multi-screen, online and mobile. This moves us even closer to our audiences through the multiple contact points provided by our unique range of highly relevant online and offline entertainment products. Our modern organization must therefore combine local execution with central Group functions that drive synergies and operational efficiency. The combination of our country organisations, the MTGx digital accelerator, and Nice content businesses is a winning formula. Most of the new positions created today have been filled by internal appointments, which demonstrate the strength and depth in the management team. These talented and experienced managers will now work to develop their local organisations and streamline the relationships with our group central functions, so that we get the maximum benefit from this new set-up.” Jørgen Madsen Lindemann, MTG President and CEO Please see http://www.mtg.com/our-people/our-management-team/   for further information about the executive management team http://www.mtg.com/our-people/our-management-team/senior-management-appointments/ for the other key appointments mentioned above. ****

Finnair’s new A350 XWB wins recognition for cabin design

Finnair has won a prestigious International Yacht & Aviation Award for the design of its new Airbus A350 XWB cabin interiors in Economy and Business Class. Finnair’s A350 cabin, the creation of Helsinki-based dSign Vertti Kivi & Co, applies the design firm’s Space Alive concept to dynamically change the colours, mood and atmosphere on board, easing customers on long-haul journeys into new time zones, destinations and seasons. The bright and spacious cabin of the 297-seat A350 was recognised for excellence in design and passenger comfort in both cabin classes. Key factors in the selection of the A350 cabin interior were its fresh Nordic design, high quality materials and creative use of the aircraft’s dynamic LED lighting system. The ambient lighting programmed onboard can gradually recall some 24 different skyscapes as the flight progresses, such as the rising or setting sun, various cloud formations, even the hypnotic dance of the aurora borealis, or northern lights. “Many of Finnair’s long-haul passengers coming from Asia, Europe or North America may not be so familiar with Finland, but their time spent travelling with us is a great opportunity to showcase the best of our design culture and show how good design can make life better,“ says Juha Järvinen, Finnair’s Chief Commercial Officer. “Vertti Kivi and his team have really stepped up to the brief, and we are proud of this early recognition of their efforts.” “With this design, as with my others for Finnair, I wanted to bring unique and fresh Nordic experiences to intercontinental travellers in a calming and peaceful environment that promotes wellbeing,” says designer Vertti Kivi. “I am honoured to receive this prize and to contribute to what will be Finnair’s flagship product for years to come.” Finnair has ordered 19 Airbus A350 XWB aircraft, the first four of which are scheduled to be delivered later this year. Finnair’s daily services to Shanghai will be operated with A350 aircraft from 25 October. dSign Vertti Kivi & Co are also the creators of the Finnair lounges at Helsinki Airport, which also make use of the Space Alive concept to create dynamic, living and peaceful spaces in continuity with the customer experience on board.   The International Yacht & Aviation Awards were given in Venice and are organised by design et al, a leading UK interior design magazine. Voting for the awards is open to industry professionals as well as readers, clients and customers. For more information about Finnair’s A350 XWB, see www.finnair.com/A350.

Karlskrona Municipality chooses Cybercom and Google Apps

"The introduction of cloud computing is not just about saving money, but also about achieving a more efficient and modern way of working. Karlskrona Municipality is now taking this step together with Cybercom. I believe this is a sign that the time is right for more organisations to take the same path," says Johan Persbeck, Account Manager, Cybercom. A contract has been signed for two years. Cybercom, which has a Google Apps centre of excellence in Karlskrona, will be responsible for the delivery. "We are very pleased to be awarded this contract by Karlskrona Municipality. It further consolidates our strong position in the public sector and in additional regions of Sweden," says Niklas Flyborg, President and CEO, Cybercom. Google Apps is a suite of software for business and government with everything managed via a web browser and with all data stored in Google's secure cloud data centres. Google Apps includes services for email, storage, video conferencing, word processing, presentation, spreadsheets and survey tools. The capability of collaboration through Google Apps brings a powerful teaching tool to the world of education. For example, it allows several students to work simultaneously on the same documents for assignments, and there are also opportunities for digital homework testing and participation in remote education. Find out more at https://www.google.se/intx/sv/work/apps/business/

Paf raises €21 million for the public good in 2014

“Compared with the previous two financial years, 2014 was a weaker year. Profits were negatively affected by targeted major investments in areas such as marketing and by external factors such as ships changing flag, decisions by authorities, the general economic situation and stiffening international competition,” says Anders Ingves, Paf’s CEO.   Broken down into business areas, revenue from gaming on paf.com amounted to €65.3 million – a decrease of 11% compared with the previous year – while revenue from land- and ship-based gaming amounted to €32.8 million, a decrease of 5%. The Group’s total revenue during the financial year decreased by 9% compared with the previous year and amounted to €98.1 million. Total profit decreased from €31.4 million to €17.2 million, a decrease of 45%. The Group’s operating profit decreased from €30.9 million to €16.8 million. The operating margin was 17.1%. “In the short term, investments in responsible gaming have had and are continuing to have a negative impact on revenue and profit, but in the slightly longer term safer gaming is expected to result in customers wanting to play with us, leading to improved profits,” says Anders Ingves. As last year, a dividend of €21 million is proposed. In addition to the profits that Paf allocates as a dividend, the Åland provincial government will receive €10 million in repaid gaming tax arrears from the Finnish state. “We are not satisfied with this performance in terms of either revenue or profit, and we are going into 2015 with the aim of finding and implementing measures to restore growth to Paf,” says Anders Ingves. Paf’s annual report and financial statements for 2014 are available in full via the following link: https://www.paf.com/about/company-information Selected highlights of 2014: · At the end of the year Paf acquired the Italian online operator Winga, which operates in the regulated Italian gaming market using local gaming licences. Following the acquisition, with effect from 2015 the Paf Group will operate in Italy under the Winga and winga.it brands.  · In November Paf was named most Socially Responsible Operator in the online gaming sector by the international trade journal eGaming Review. · The Spanish licence was expanded during the year and now also includes online bingo. · During the year Paf and Finnish hotel company Sunborn began work on opening an international casino aboard the Sunborn Hotel, a five-star yacht hotel in Gibraltar. Casino Sunborn opened in April 2015, with an official opening in May. · Paf's management team was expanded during the year by four internally recruited members with expertise in technology, law and responsible gaming. The management team now has ten members in total. For more information, please contact: Anders IngvesCEOTel.: +358 (0)20 791 2300E-mail: anders.ingves@paf.com Anders SimsDirector of CommunicationsTel.: +358 (0)457 342 8228E-mail: anders.sims@paf.com Mattias LindquistCommunications ManagerTel.: +46 (0)729 75 23 26E-mail: mattias.lindquist@paf.com

OPERATING INCOME +38% JAN-MAR 2015

OPERATING INCOME +38% JAN-MAR 2015 INTERIM REPORT JANUARY-MARCH 2015. For the January-March period ·Net sales for the period were SEK 33.7 million (30.6). ·Operating income (EBIT) for the period was SEK 5.8 million (4.2). ·Operating margin for the period was 17 percent (14). ·Earnings after tax for the period were SEK 5.5 million (1.3). ·Earnings per share for the period, basic and diluted, were SEK 0.05 (0.01). Significant events in the first quarterAllenex acquired all minority holdings in the group from SSP Primers AB for SEK 20 million.Furthermore, Allenex repaid a loan to SSP Primers AB for SEK 4 million. CEO and President Anders Karlsson’s commentary on the first quarter 2015:“We continued to see an increase in sales and profitability in the company during the first quarter of the year. The upswing in margins that we saw last year continued, with earnings before interest and taxes (EBIT) for the period amounting to SEK 5.8 million (17 percent). The increase in net sales for the period came mainly from the U.S., where we invested considerable resources in 2014 to build up a strong market platform. Sales and earnings also benefits from the weaker Swedish krona. The time schedule for the launch of real time PCR, a new platform for HLA typing advance according to plan and the first sales are expected during the second half of the year.” For more information please contact:Anders Karlsson, CEO Allenex AB, and ph.: +4670-918 00 10, e-mail:  (anders.karlsson@allenex.se)anders.karlsson@allenex.seYvonne Axelsson, CFO Allenex AB, and ph.: +468-508 939 72, e-mail: yvonne.axelsson@allenex.se Allenex AB discloses the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and /or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication on May 20, 2015, at 12.00 CET. Allenex is a life science-company that develops, manufacture, market and sell products for safer transplants of organs and bone marrow on the global market. Allenex is listed on NASDAQ OMX Stockholm Small Cap (ticker: ALNX). 55 persons are employed in the Allenex group.

Jump In Trampoline Arena to Open in Slough, UK

The largest and most innovative Trampoline and Fitness Arena in England is set to open in Slough, serving the Thames Valley region.  Subject to planning permission, Jump In Trampoline Arena plans to open a 32,000-sq. foot facility in 550 Dundee Road, Slough SL1 4LE in August 2015. Jump In is powered by Altitude Trampoline Parks (http://altitudetrampolinepark.com/page.cfm), which is a leading international operator with multiple sites across the US as well as park development in Japan, UAE, South Africa and India. The indoor arena will include a variety of specific activities such as 3D Dodgeball, Kid Zone, Foam Pits, tumble tracks and a huge main court where people can jump freely between interconnected trampolines and literally bounce off the walls. "Defying gravity is one of the most exhilarating experiences whether you’re a child or an adult, and trampolining also happens to be great for your health," says Gavin Lucas, Jump In CEO. Jump In will also feature four large private rooms and in-park party areas for parties, corporate events, sports teams or any group size up to 120 people. A large café offering local gourmet ice cream and other treats will refresh jumpers and onlookers. “Our arena offers high energy entertainment at affordable prices for individuals, families and groups. Jump In Trampoline Arena places a focus on providing a safe, clean, family friendly environment that will set our park apart.” – Linsey Willaford-West, Director of Marketing. Job Creation “We expect this state of the art indoor trampoline arena to add 60 or more part time, as well as several full time jobs to the Slough area.” – Vernon West, Executive Chairman. Community & Fitness Jump In is committed to providing excellent facilities for the local community, and will cater not just to adrenaline junkies, but also to anyone who is just looking to have fun. It’s also ideal for teachers, group leaders and parents to give kids a unique opportunity to enjoy a healthy way of releasing energy. Jump In will also set up a dodge ball league inviting corporate teams and those from other groups and organisations to join the sport.  High-energy fitness classes on trampolines will also be offered, attracting those who wish to get fit while having fun. Research conducted by NASA states that jumping on trampolines is 68% more effective than running yet it requires less effort and develops overall body strength more effectively than weightlifting. Other benefits include improved flexibility, coordination and balance. Since the trampoline acts as a shock absorber, the low-impact workout is suitable for all ages. Safety "Safety and cleanliness are our top priorities. We strictly adhere to safety guidelines, to which we have added our own additional measures which draw from best practice in other industries. Each jumping arena is monitored by trained team members. That way, we can ensure that everyone has a great experience at our park," Lucas explains.

HANZA calls for Extra General Meeting for the approval of a directed share issue

HANZA Holding AB (publ), listed on Nasdaq First North, call today for an extra general meeting to approve the Board of Director's decision of a directed share issue of MSEK 13.0, corresponding to an ownership of approximately 15.2%. Buyer of the shares is an investment group led by Francesco Franze, Håkan Halén and Per Holmberg. Francesco has extensive experience from HANZAs customer markets and is a member of the Group Management of the company Husqvarna. Håkan has expertise in the acquisition and financing area and is recently retired from the post of Executive Vice President and CFO of Hexagon. Per has experience from product development and acquisitions and is the CEO of Hexagon Metrology EMEA, a company that develops metrology products with headquarters in UK. Francesco and Hakan has been proposed as Board Member and Alternate Board Member."Broadening the ownership contributes to creating value for all shareholders," says Per Tjernberg, Chairman HANZA. "It should be put in context  with the previously announced need for a capital injection and that the Board has developed a business plan that provides a significant development of HANZA. Through a lead investor with Board representation, we can ensure an implementation that is optimal for all shareholders." In 2014 HANZA was negatively affected due to a volumes drop from some of the Group's major customers. No orders were lost, however, and the return of customer volumes, combined with a good new sales, has resulted in that the company now has an all-time-high order backlog. Furtermore, through increased sales and through an extensive efficiency program launched last year, profitability improved significantly this year. HANZA has also launched a new product, MIG, which streamlines customers' manufacturing chain and are expected to further increase sales."We are particularly pleased by the fact that our business model has attracted the attention of investors with a good knowledge of product development and outsourced manufacturing ," said Erik Stenfors, CEO HANZA. " It creates a shared platform, which is important for the further development of HANZA that we are planning.After a 2014, characterized by volume declines, but also of the IPO and completion of MIGTM, HANZA intends to continue to develop the Group. In addition to the ongoing efficiency programs, significant additional cost synergies are to be expected from strategic acquisitions. Today HANZA has concrete M&A discussions ongoing, which are to be finalized and funded in dialogue with the new investor group. "We have followed HANZA for some time and believe that the company's market position gives great opportunities for the future. Hence, we look forward to become the major owner of HANZA. We will analyze the opportunities and contribute to their implementation in the best way. ", Says Francesco Franze a proposed as new Board member representing the new investment group.The issue is made at a rate of 9.5 SEK / share, corresponding to an average closing price of the Company's shares over the last 30 days and with a market discount. The directed issue brings HANZA 13 million SEK before transactions costs, which strengthens the Group's financial position. Existing owners representing about 30% have declared that they support the Board's decision to broaden the ownership. The company intends to present a business plan for further capitalization and acquisitions rather soon after the EGM is executed.

Vattenfall partners with Teleperformance Nordic

“We are delighted to partner with Vattenfall and look forward to supporting their strategy for a strengthened customer focus and customer centric approach,” said Maarit Laaksonen, Country Director Finland at Teleperformance Nordic. “I believe that our strong background in customer experience management will create a good foundation for mutual success in terms of business growth, operational excellence and customer experience.” Vattenfall, which is one of Europe’s largest generators of energy and the largest producer of heat, has operations in Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Germany, The Netherlands, UK and France. “Vattenfall is aiming for more satisfied customers, increased market share and decreased operational costs in the Finnish market,” said Hannu Kostiainen, Chief Executive Officer Vattenfall Finland. “In order to take an important step in that direction, we have signed a contract with Teleperformance for Customer Service”. “The energy and utilities industry is at a critical stage of structural change and transformation from being viewed as a general commodity provider to a service provider that impacts many areas of a consumer’s lifestyle and experiences,” commented Linda Persson, Chief Commercial Officer at Teleperformance Nordic. “We are pleased to welcome Vattenfall as a client and look forward to providing their customers with the best possible experience.” Vattenfall has approximately 13 million customers. It is headquartered in Stockholm, Sweden and employs more than 30 000 people. Teleperformance Group interacts with 35% of the global population annually and are currently working with industry-leading utilities companies around the world.

Technologists and artists to share their skills in Liverpool’s new FACTLab

A partnership between FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), and the Liverpool School of Art and Design at LJMU, will see technologists and artists sharing their skills and knowledge and welcoming visitors to use the space to develop their own creative projects. FACTLab is a pioneering workshop space within the upcoming exhibition Build Your Own: Tools for Sharing (4 June - 31 August), where visitors of all ages will be invited to get hands on and explore the possibilities of creative technology, by experimenting with tools and devices.  By offering visitors the chance to engage in activities such as 3D printing, filmmaking and computer coding, FACT hopes to support the development of both practical skills and a creative and critical interest in technology in Liverpool and beyond. FACTLab aims to be the initial step of something that will grow into a permanent resource for engaging with the creative community. As part of its three month pilot programme, FACTLab will host visiting artists, support the development of new works, and provide a physical location in FACT’s Gallery 2 for informal workshops and skill-sharing events, offering activities ranging from musical instrument making to assembling 3D printed prosthetic hands. Dr Mark Wright, who holds a joint post with FACT and the Liverpool School of Art and Design, in order to develop and deliver this workshop space, commented: “There is an exciting world-wide movement where art institutions move from just showing art to act as hubs for affect, engagement, research and innovation with the public, artists, researchers and creative sectors. FACT and LJMU are recognised leaders in this field and FACTLab is our way of exploring this space. Although many other centres exist, we are unique in combining a permanent embedded senior researcher, world class artists, extensive community engagement and now, with FACTLab, in-house public-facing artist developers.” The largest programme of workshops is FACTLab: Hack Nights, which has been developed to act as a hub where makers, developers and other communities can acquire new skills and quality learning experiences. FACTLab: Hack Nights will happen on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, and present skill sharing sessions where adult participants can learn about electronics, programming and creative technology regardless of their previous experience within the field. Thiago Hersan, who moved from Brazil to Liverpool with his colleague Radamés Ajna to be one of the first creative technologists to occupy the FACTLab space, said: “I’m interested in fostering communities for exploring non-traditional uses of technologies. FACTLab will create opportunities for people to engage with, and sometimes influence, works while they're being developed, and will be a great place to build a community around art and technology practices." Other activities taking place in the FACTLab space will be a summer school for children exploring coding using Raspberry Pi, and Manchester based maker collective the Owl Project’s workshops, which will explore different aspects of musical instrument making and result in the iLog - a fully functional musical instrument housed in a wooden log. FACTLab will also host Show and Tell gatherings for people who use technology in their creative practice, to provide an opportunity for them to meet, talk about their work and share details about their processes and experiences. FACT’s Director Professor Mike Stubbs said: “By having a public, practice-based, creative space, FACT can further act as a catalyst for creative communities and empower visitors who want to get more involved with processes of making, in addition to looking and reflecting. We see it as our duty to drive agendas of the creative and critical use of technology - it is no longer just about digital creations, but how technology affects almost everything we do and think.” The exhibition Build Your Own: Tools for Sharing is co-produced by the Crafts Council and FACT in association with Norfolk Museums Service, and will explore how new technologies change traditional crafts, and how makers can work, share and collaborate both locally and globally in the digital age. FACTLab is presented by FACT, developed with Liverpool John Moores University and sponsored by the Culture Programme of the European Union and Connecting Cities. ENDS – For images and more information please contact: Sofia SigrothMedia Relations Officer0151 707 4413 | sofia.sigroth@fact.co.uk Jen ChapmanHead of Marketing & Communications0151 707 4415 | jen.chapman@fact.co.uk NOTES TO EDITORSOpening hours: Tuesday – Sunday 11am – 6pmTickets: Free entryAddress: FACT, 88 Wood Street, Liverpool, L1 4DQPhone: +44(0) 151 707 4444Website: fact.co.uk About FACTFACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology) is the UK’s leading media arts centre, based in Liverpool and is focused on bringing people, art and technology together. FACT’s award-winning building houses three galleries, a café, bar and four cinema screens. Since the organisation was founded in 1988 (previously called Moviola), it has commissioned and presented over 250 new media and digital artworks from artists including Pipilotti Rist, Nam June Paik, Bill Viola, Apichatpong Weerasethakul and Isaac Julien.

ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING IN BONG AB (publ)

Board of Directors and AuditorsRe-election of Eric Joan, Mikael Ekdahl and Christian Paulsson and the company’s President and CEO Stéphane Hamelin, and new election of Helena Persson as ordinary board members. Eric Joan was elected as Chairman of the Board. Directors’ fees were set at an amount of SEK 300,000 to the Chairman and SEK 150,000 to each of the other board members not employed with the company. Fees for committee work will be paid to the Chairman of the Audit Committee with SEK 100,000 and SEK 50,000 to each member. Election of the accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers AB for a one year period of mandate, consequently up to and including the AGM 2016, whereby the accounting firm has informed that authorised public accountant Mathias Carlsson will be the auditor in charge. Fees to the auditors will be paid as per agreement. Disposition of resultThe Meeting adopted the proposal of the Board of Directors that no dividend is to be distributed for the financial year 2014 and that the results of the company of SEK 666,898,462 in total, including this year’s result of SEK -72,623,719 should be carried forward. Nomination CommitteeRe-election of Stéphane Hamelin (Holdham S.A.), Ulf Hedlundh (Svolder Aktiebolag) and Christian Paulsson (Paulsson Advisory AB) as members of the Nomination Committe for the AGM 2016. Stéphane Hamelin was elected Chairman of the Nomination Committee. Remuneration and Audit CommitteeAt the subsequent statutory board meeting Stéphane Hamelin, Mikael Ekdahl and Christian Paulsson were elected as members of the Remuneration Committee for the period up to the next statutory board meeting. Further, Mikael Ekdahl and Christian Paulsson were elected as members of the Audit Committee for the same period. Guidelines for remuneration to senior executivesThe AGM resolved to establish guidelines for remuneration to senior executives principally entailing that remuneration to senior executives shall consist of fixed salary, variable remuneration, other benefits and pension and that the aggregate remuneration shall be in accordance with market conditions and competitive. The variable part of the salary shall have a pre-deterimined cap and may as a fundamental principle never exceed 60 per cent of the fixed annual salary. The variable part is based on earnings and cash flow as well as individual qualitative goals. Variable remuneration shall not qualify for pension. Pension benefits shall primarily be fee based, but can also for legal reasons be income based, although not at the group management level. The retirement age is 65 years. The group management’s employment contracts include provisions governing remuneration and termination of employment. According to these agreements, employment can ordinarily cease on notice of termination by the employee within a period of notice of 4-12 months and on dismissal by the company within a period of notice of 6-18 months. On dismissal by the company, the period of notice and the period during which compensation is payable shall not together exceed 24 months. The guidelines in full are published on the company’s website. Resolution on payment to Holdham S.A. in accordance with amendment agreementThe AGM resolved on payment of EUR 776,382 to Holdham S.A. in accordance with the amendment agreement entered into in relation to the company’s acquisition of the Hamelin group. According to the amendment agreement Bong AB and Holdham S.A. was to be held responsible for their own potential competition law fines from the European Commission in relation to the dawn raids conducted by the European Commission in connection to the acquisition. The European Commission has now reached its decision in the matter and Holdham S.A. has as the previous owner of the Hamelin group fulfilled its part of the agreement by paying the fines attributable to the Hamelin group. In order for the Bong AB to fulfill its part of the amendment agreement the AGM has resolved on a payment to Holdham S.A. in accordance with amendment agreement. Kristianstad, 20 May 2015 Bong AB (publ)The Board of Directors For further information, please contact Håkan Gunnarsson, CFO of Bong AB. Telephone (switchboard) +46 44 20 70 00. This information is of the kind that Bong AB (publ) is obliged to publish pursuant to the Securities Market Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was given for publication at 18.30 p.m. on 20 May 2015. Bong is one of the leading European providers of specialty packaging and envelope products in Europe and offers solutions for distribution and packaging of information, advertising materials and lightweight goods. Important growth areas in the Group are packaging within retail and e-commerce and the envelope market within Eastern Europe. The Group has annual sales of approximately SEK 2.5 billion and around 1,800 employees in 16 countries. Bong has strong market positions in most of the important markets in Europe and the Group sees interesting possibilities for continued expansion and development. Bong is a public limited company and its shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (Small Cap).

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library to begin Summer Hours May 31

Charlotte, NC - Summer is almost here and as kids get ready for the end of the school year, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library will soon switch to Summer Hours. The Library will close on Sundays starting May 31 (the Sunday after Memorial Day) and resume Sunday service starting September 13 (the Sunday after Labor Day).This change will only affect the hours at the libraries normally open on Sundays: Main Library, ImaginOn, Beatties Ford Road Regional, Independence Regional, Morrison Regional, North County Regional, South County Regional and University City Regional. While the “Summer Hours” change began as a cost-saving measure, this change also aligns with the needs of Library users during the summer. With public schools out of session, the need for homework services on Sundays is much lighter during the summer. The season will also find patrons of all ages visiting the library for different reasons i.e., checking out books and participating in related activities for Summer Reading which starts June 15. Some library services will continue to be available around-the-clock at www.cmlibrary.org, including online account access and catalog searching. Also available 24/7 are the library's book drops and the automated telephone renewal line at 704.416.7363. To view the Library's hours of service, visit http://www.cmlibrary.org/locations/.   For more information about the Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, visit our website at www.cmlibrary.org.  Also look for Charlotte Mecklenburg Library on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and YouTube. About Charlotte Mecklenburg Library: Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is one of America’s leading urban public libraries, serving a community of nearly one million citizens in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Accessible and welcoming to all, the Library celebrates the joy of reading, fosters learning and growth, connects people to each other and the world, and inspires individuals with what they can achieve. Through 20 locations, targeted outreach and www.cmlibrary.org,  the Library delivers exceptional services and programs, with a mission to create a community of readers and empower individuals with free access to information and the universe of ideas. ###Media Contact:Angela M. Haigler, Marketing and Communications, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library  Phone:(704) 416-0704   Business mobile (704) 996-8042   Email: ahaigler@cmlibrary.org  Web: www.cmlibrary.org

Negotiations with the pilots’ unions in final phase

SAS has currently signed new Scandinavian collective bargain agreements with over half of the SAS pilots. Negotiations are now underway with the assistance of mediation with the Norwegian pilot union NSF and the Swedish pilot union SPF. Both unions have announced a strike from Thursday May 21 if no agreement is reached. SAS’ firm intention is to reach an agreement in the negotiations regarding new Scandinavian bargain agreements to avoid customers being affected by delays and cancelled flights, but cannot rule out that a strike may occur. - Our travelers will suffer at a conflict and I can only regret that we are now facing a situation threatening to affect many passengers in a negative way. Our ambition during the night is to continue the constructive negotiations and reach a joint solution which we have already done with more than half of the pilots. We have been responsive to the pilots’ demands and sought solutions that meet their needs for employment and career opportunities in SAS and that simultaneously allows SAS to cope with the fierce competition in the airline industry, says Rickard Gustafson President and, CEO of SAS. Expected traffic disruptionsIn order to avoid that travelers and co-workers become stranded during an eventual strike, SAS takes precautions and cancels about 110 flights tonight and tomorrow May 21. The majority of SAS’ Swedish domestic and international flights will be affected by a possible conflict on Thursday, May 21. There may be some traffic disruptions from Danish and Norwegian airports, both domestically and internationally. In total, around 25 percent of SAS flights are expected to be cancelled during an eventual strike. SAS will continually update its website with travel information and send updates via SMS and e-mail to the travelers. It will also be possible to follow developments via SAS channels in social media. For rules about rebooking and cancellation of flights, customers should contact SAS customer service or travel agencies where the ticket has been purchase. For further information SAS press office Sweden +46 8 797 29 44SAS press office Norway +47 64 81 88 00SAS press office Denmark +45 3232 3135 SAS discloses this information pursuant to the Swedish Securities Market Act and/or the Swedish Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was provided for publication on 20 May, at 7.30 p.m. CET.

Truck deliveries in April 2015

Volvo GroupIn April 2015, truck deliveries rose by 24% in Europe and by 18% in North America. Deliveries in South America were down by 42% while deliveries rose by 9% in Asia. In total the Volvo Group’s wholly-owned operations delivered 17,715 trucks, which was 8% more than in April 2014.Total deliveries by market for all brands (Volvo, UD Trucks, Renault Trucks, Mack, Dongfeng and Eicher), please see pdf. May 21, 2015 Journalists who would like further information, please contact Volvo Group Media Relations:Kina Wileke, +46 765 537229Investor Relations:Christer Johansson, AB Volvo +46 31 661334Patrik Stenberg, AB Volvo +46 31 661336Anders Christensson, AB Volvo +46 31 661191John Hartwell, AB Volvo +1 201 252 8844 For more stories from the Volvo Group, please visit http://www.volvogroup.com/globalnews. The Volvo Group is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of trucks, buses, construction equipment and marine and industrial engines. The Group also provides complete solutions for financing and service. The Volvo Group, which employs about 100,000 people, has production facilities in 19 countries and sells its products in more than 190 markets. In 2014 the Volvo Group’s sales amounted to about SEK 283 billion (EUR 31 billion). The Volvo Group is a publicly-held company headquartered in Göteborg, Sweden. Volvo shares are listed on Nasdaq Stockholm. For more information, please visit www.volvogroup.com or www.volvogroup.mobi if you are using your mobile phone. AB Volvo (publ) may be required to disclose the information provided herein pursuant to the Securities Markets Act and/or the Financial Instruments Trading Act. The information was submitted for publication at 08.30 a.m May 21, 2015.

Atlas Copco’s climate goals noted at UN conference

This week the UN is hosting its Business and Climate Summit in Paris, France, a unique forum for business and government leaders to demonstrate innovative and ambitious strategies for climate change. This summit plays an important role ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference in December 2015 because it will identify solutions with potential for global impact and forward-looking strategies needed for effective change. Atlas Copco’s goals to impact emissions through innovative energy-efficient products as well as by decreasing the footprint of its operations are now being recognized by the UN. “A small carbon footprint is the sign of big innovation, and the biggest impact we can make is by creating energy-efficient products,” said Mala Chakraborti, Atlas Copco’s Vice President Corporate Responsibility. “We are honored that the UN is highlighting our environmental targets which drive our business, create operational excellence and reduce the impact on the environment.” Atlas Copco’s innovative, energy-saving products include its variable-speed compressors, a technology that the Group pioneered in 1994 that enables compressors to run only at the speed necessary, cutting energy consumption.  In 2013, Atlas Copco launched the patented VSD+ technology, which cuts energy use by more than half compared with traditional compressors. Another example is within the Group’s road construction equipment, where the new rollers cut fuel consumption and CO2emissions by ensuring that only the amount of power necessary at any given point is used.  Earlier this year, Atlas Copco was recognized as one of the world’s most sustainable companies in the annual Global 100 list. The list, presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, ranks companies that prove they are increasing productivity while using less resources. Atlas Copco is ranked 23rdoverall, up from 46thlast year, and is number one in the machinery industry.  The list of companies and other non-state actors highlighted by the UN will be available at 17:00 CET today at http://climateaction.unfccc.int/. 

Proact to build SaaS platform for Adapcare

The Pluriform Care application from Adapcare has been deployed in medium-sized and large care organisations from 2004 onwards. It is used across the company by, among others, home care, housing, day care, integrated care and healthcare equipment. A complete Electronic Client Dossier (ECD) has been included in Pluriform Care, whereby, among other things, the need for availability and scalability is defined as key business requirements. Tom Vos, IT Manager at Adapcare: "We opted for Proact because of their track record in the field of data centre solutions and cloud services. Proact has also distinguished itself by its excellent advice throughout the preliminary phase. This gives us great confidence in the cooperation, and has further enhanced the service provision to the healthcare institutions that use our hosted software as a Pluriform Care service application." The new environment consists of a dual data centre design in order to achieve a high availability, in combination with EMC VNX flash technology for the required scalability. Furthermore, Adapcare have 24x7 access to local Dutch support services and cloud services from Proact. Lucas den Os, Managing Director of Proact Netherlands: "Applications have become an essential part of supporting the business processes of an organisation. At Proact, It makes us very happy that we will provide part of the infrastructure for an organisation like Adapcare, who are using an application like Pluriform. With its choice of Proact, Adapcare has ensured access to best-in-class expertise, innovative data centre solutions and a wide portfolio of cloud services. In addition, the fact that they can also rely on a certified help desk with local support engineers is often a reassuring thought for organisations in the public sector."

NORDIC NANOVECTOR APPOINTS NEW SCIENTIFIC ADVISORY BOARD

Oslo, Norway, 21 May 2015: Nordic Nanovector ASA (OSE: NANO), a company focusing on the development and commercialization of novel targeted therapeutics in haematology and oncology, announces the formation of a new Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). The SAB includes experts in haematology-oncology and cancer drug development from leading academic/research institutions in the US and Europe. Nordic Nanovector CEO, Luigi Costa said: “I am delighted that Nordic Nanovector has attracted such a high quality Scientific Advisory Board. I am confident that its advice and guidance will prove invaluable as the Company advances its development of Betalutin™ as a novel treatment for non-Hodgkin lymphoma and of its pipeline in the coming years.“ The SAB will be chaired by: • Prof. Timothy Illidge (UK): Professor of Targeted Therapy and Oncology and Honorary Consultant in Oncology, University of Manchester and Christie NHS Trust.• Prof. Pierluigi Zinzani (Italy): Associate Professor of Hematology at the Institute of Hematology “L. e A. Seràgnoli,” University of Bologna. In addition, the SAB includes:• Dr Arne Kolstad (Norway): Senior Consultant in Medical Oncology and Radiotherapy at Oslo University Hospital Radiumhospitalet.• Prof. Dolores Caballero (Spain): Head of Clinic and Transplant Unit at the University Hospital, Salamanca.• Prof. Stephen Schuster (USA):  Robert and Margarita Louis-Dreyfus Associate Professor of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia and Lymphoma, Associate Professor of Medicine, and Associate Professor of Radiation Oncology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine.• Prof. Armando Lopez-Guillermo (Spain): Senior Consultant at the Department of Hematology in Hospital Clinic, Barcelona.• Prof. Francesco D’Amore (Denmark): Clinical Professor in Malignant Lymphoproliferative Diseases at the Department of Hematology, Aarhus University Hospital.• Prof. Mark Kaminski (USA): Professor of Hematology/Oncology, University of Michigan.• Prof. Wojciech Jurczak (Poland): Professor of Hematology at Jagiellonian University, Cracow.• Prof. Lorenz Trumper (Germany): Head of the Department of Hematology and Medical Oncology, University Medical Center Göttingen.• Prof. Morschhauser (France). Professor of Hematology and Head of the Lymphoma Unit in the Department of Hematology at the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Lille, in Lille. For further information, please contact:Luigi Costa, CEO, or Tone Kvåle, CFOTel: +47 22 18 33 01ir@nordicnanovector.com Media Enquiries:Mark Swallow/David Dible (Citigate Dewe Rogerson)Tel: +44 207 282 2948mark.swallow@citigatedr.co.uk About Nordic NanovectorNordic Nanovector is a biotech company focusing on the development and commercialisation of novel targeted therapeutics in haematology and oncology. The Company’s lead clinical-stage product opportunity is Betalutin™, the first in a new class of Antibody-Radionuclide-Conjugates (ARC’s), designed to improve upon and complement current options for the treatment of non-Hodgkin Lymphoma (NHL). NHL is an indication with substantial unmet medical need and orphan drug opportunities, representing a growing market worth over $12 billion by 2018. Betalutin™ comprises a tumour-seeking anti-CD37 antibody conjugated to a low intensity radionuclide (lutetium- 177). It has shown promising efficacy and a favourable safety profile in a Phase 1 study, in a difficult-to-treat NHL patient population. The Company is aiming at rapidly developing Betalutin™ for the treatment of major types of NHL with first approval anticipated by the end of 2018. Nordic Nanovector intends to retain marketing rights and to actively participate in the commercialisation of Betalutin™ in core markets, while exploring potential distribution agreements in selected geographies. The Company is committed to developing its ARC pipeline to treat multiple selected cancer indications. Further information about the Company can be found at www.nordicnanovector.com Forward-looking statementsThis announcement may contain certain forward-looking statements and forecasts based on uncertainty, since they relate to events and depend on circumstances that will occur in the future and which, by their nature, will have an impact on Nordic Nanovector’s business, financial condition and results of operations. The terms “anticipates”, “assumes”, “believes”, “can”, “could”, “estimates”, “expects”, “forecasts”, “intends”, “may”, “might”, “plans”, “should”, “projects”, “will”, “would” or, in each case, their negative, or other variations or comparable terminology are used to identify forward-looking statement. There are a number of factors that could cause actual results and developments to differ materially from those expressed or implied in a forward-looking statement or affect the extent to which a particular projection is realised. Factors that could cause these differences include, but are not limited to, implementation of Nordic Nanovector’s strategy and its ability to further grow, risks associated with the development and/or approval of Nordic Nanovector’s products candidates, ongoing clinical trials and expected trial results, the ability to commercialise BetalutinTM, technology changes and new products in Nordic Nanovector’s potential market and industry, the ability to develop new products and enhance existing products, the impact of competition, changes in general economy and industry conditions and legislative, regulatory and political factors.No assurance can be given that such expectations will prove to have been correct. Nordic Nanovector disclaims any obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library selected for Google Fiber’s new Digital Inclusion Fellowship

Charlotte, NC — Today, Charlotte Mecklenburg Library announced that it has been selected as a participant for Google Fiber’s first-ever Digital Inclusion Fellowship. As one of two organizations in Charlotte chosen to participate in the fellowship – the Urban League of Central Carolinas is the other – the Library has demonstrated that it has the expertise, skill and commitment to take on the challenge of narrowing the digital divide in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community. The web can open doors for people by providing access to jobs, education, social services and more. Yet, more than 60 million people across the United States aren’t connected to the Internet. Locally, 19% of Mecklenburg County residents don’t have Internet access at home. To bring these people online, it’s important to demonstrate the value of the Internet and teach people the skills they need to use it effectively. Through the Digital Inclusion Fellowship, the Library will collaborate with Google Fiber and the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) to create programs that will bring the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community a step closer to bridging the digital divide. The fellow will embed within the Library for one year, building a new digital literacy and awareness program from the ground up.  The Library is uniquely situated to help address the digital divide. The fellow will develop and deploy a training curriculum, in a ”'train-the-trainer” model, to address the skills requirements of the community and encourage greater adoption of home access to high-speed Internet. The training will use several facets of Library resources, including technology programming and the staff who provide it, online training resources such as Universal Class and Lynda.com and meeting rooms and computer labs. "This Digital Inclusion Fellowship will benefit the Charlotte-Mecklenburg community by giving people access to the resources and skills they need to better their lives, through the combined efforts of Charlotte Mecklenburg Library, our fellow, Google Fiber and the Nonprofit Technology Network over the next year,” says Frank Blair, the Library’s Director of Technology & Operations. “We’re looking for emerging local leaders who are passionate about helping people in their community,” said Andrew Bentley, Google Fiber’s Digital Inclusion Program Manager. “Through the Digital Inclusion Fellowship, these leaders will have the chance to work with organizations that are committed to getting more people online. We’re excited about the projects that Charlotte Mecklenburg Library and their fellows will lead, and the impact they’ll have on closing the digital divide in Charlotte.” Anyone interested in becoming a fellow should apply by June 10, 2015 through the Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN) at nten.org/community/dif (http://www.nten.org/community/dif).