Åhléns chooses LINK Mobility for mobile communication

LINK Mobility, Europe's leading provider of mobile messaging and mobile services, has taken over mobile messaging for Åhléns, Sweden's leading department store chain.

Åhléns is part of the Axel Johnson Group and is today one of Sweden's strongest brands with 63 department stores in Sweden and e-commerce via åhléns.se.

LINK Mobility has now taken over Åhléns’ mobile messaging to customers as well as the click & collect service. (Click & collect is a mobile message to a customer when a web-ordered item is available for pick up at the store.)

"We’ve chosen LINK Mobility based on them being a trustworthy partner, but also based on their innovation of services and looking into more channels for communication, such as LINK Facebook Messenger," says Mikael Lindell, CRM manager Åhléns.

"The agreement is a very pleasing evidence that we deliver service and quality as we delivered mobile services to Mikael also in his previous employment at Apotek Hjärtat," says Fredrik Nyman, Managing Director of LINK Mobility Sweden.

The deal is running since December 2017.

For further information, please contact:

Mikael Lindell, CRM Manager
+46 767 24 24 72

LINK Mobility Sweden
Fredrik Nyman, Managing Director
+46 732 59 40 95

About LINK Mobility Group ASA

LINK Mobility Group ASA is Europe's leading provider within mobile communications, specializing in messaging, digital services and data intelligence. The Group offers a wide range of innovative and scalable solutions across industries and sectors, creating valuable digital convergence between businesses and customers, platforms and users. The Group is headquartered in Oslo/Norway and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange (ISIN: NO0010219702). LINK Mobility continues to experience strong organic growth as clients move more business activities onto the mobile platforms. In 2017, LINK Mobility had a total turnover of 1,294 billion NOK with offices in Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Bulgaria, Germany, Spain, Poland, France, Switzerland, Austria and Italy.

This information is subject of the disclosure requirements pursuant to section 5-12 of the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.



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