REG-Geong International Limited: Change of AGM Venue
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GEONG International Limited ("GEONG" or the "Company") Change of AGM Venue Following the change of office address, the Company's Annual General Meeting convened for 9.00 a.m. BST will now be held at the new office, at Room 1901-1902, Tower A, Ocean International Center, No. 56, Zhonglu East 4th Ring Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, P.R. C. 100025 and not at Building 8, Area 6, Advanced Business Park, No.188 South 4th Ring Road West, Fengtai District, Beijing P.R.C. 100070 as stated in the Notice of Meeting sent to shareholders on 23 July 2012. For further information, please contact: GEONG International Limited www.geong.com Tel: +86 10 5222 0999 Henry Tse, Chairman Weidong Wang, CEO Amit Thakar, CFO Financial Adviser and Joint Broker Evolution Securities China Ltd Tel: +44 (0)20 3362 8882 Tim Worlledge Nomad and joint broker finnCap Tel: +44 (0) 20 7220 0500 Stuart Andrews Ben Thompson About GEONG International Limited GEONG is recognised as a leading independent Internet software solutions provider and operator for large enterprises in China. Registered in Jersey, the Company's operations are headquartered in Beijing, China. GEONG International Ltd. (GEONG or the Company) has been quoted on the London Stock Exchange (LSE AIM: GNG.L) since June 2006. The Company has since transformed from an ECM (Enterprise Content Management) software and service centric business to an internet business centric company. GEONG is an internet solutions and service software company managed by a world class management and professional team who collectively own 26% of the business. The Company's mission is to help its clients to improve their business efficiency and customer satisfaction through smarter internet applications. For more information, please visit www.geong.com END
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