Invitation to Avidly Plc’s Capital Markets Day on 21 May 2019

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We are pleased to invite investors, analysts and financial media professionals to Avidly’s Capital Markets Day on Tuesday 21 May 2019 in Helsinki (GLO Hotel Kluuvi, Kluuvikatu 4).

During the event, we will present Avidly’s plans for executing our growth strategy and financial targets and demonstrate the HubSpot technology that we use for inbound marketing. In addition to our CEO Jyrki Vaittinen, our COOs Teea Björklund (Marketing Services) and Ingunn Bjøru (Inbound Marketing) and Juha Mikkola, who represents our major shareholder CapMan Growth Fund, will offer their perspectives.

Jyrki Vaittinen, Teea Björklund and Juha Mikkola will speak in Finnish, while the presentations on inbound marketing and HubSpot will be held in English. Event registration and coffee begins at 16:00, and the presentations run from 16:30 to 18:00. After the event, you are welcome to interact with Avidly’s management. The Capital Markets Day event will also be livestreamed.


To participate, please register by 13 May 2019:

The number of places is limited. When registering, please let us know if you will stay for the after-event buffet. We will send a more detailed programme to the registered participants closer to the event.


You can follow the event live from 16:30 onwards at

The presentation materials will be available on our website after the event:

We look forward to welcoming you!

Jyrki Vaittinen
CEO, Avidly Plc

Additional information:

Anna Tuominen, Director, IR
tel: +358 40 5846944, email:

Oaklins Merasco Oy acts as the Certified Advisor for the company, tel. +358 9 6129 670

Avidly is Finland's leading marketing service provider and a leading marketing automation company in the Nordics. Avidly is listed on the Nasdaq First North market place in Helsinki. We create an atmosphere that favours growth and moves our customers forward. We are a team of more than 230 navigators and explorers, makers and shakers in 14 locations in Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Read more: