Adjustment LBi financial calendar
Amsterdam (the Netherlands), 3 October 2012 - LBi International N.V. (NYSE Euronext symbol: LBI), Europe's largest independent marketing and technology agency, today announces an adjustment to the company's 2012 financial calendar.
The publication of the Q3 2012 trading update which was originally planned for 23 October 2012 will be rescheduled to Wednesday 7 November 2012 (before trading hours).
LBi International N.V. (NYSE Euronext Amsterdam: LBI) is Europe's largest independent marketing and technology agency. We have operations in 16 countries and a staff of approximately 2,200 experts, who blend insight, media, creativity and technical expertise to create value for leading brands.
We help companies of all shapes and sizes decide what's next for their business - and then we take them there. We define and execute transformational digital strategies for clients active in a wide variety of businesses.
There are many things that make LBi unique, but if we had to choose one it would be our ability to bring together diverse teams of experts to suit any brief. We call this blending, and it's the reason why all types of organisations - from famous global businesses to disruptive start-ups - choose LBi to help make their brands desirable wherever, whenever and however people choose to engage with them.
For more information, visit www.LBi.com
Luke Taylor, CEO, LBi International N.V.
+44 20 7063 6465, luke.taylor@LBi.com
Huub Wezenberg, CFO, LBi International N.V.
+31 20 460 4500, huub.wezenberg@LBi.com
LBi International N.V.
Joop Geesinkweg 209 | 1096 AV Amsterdam | The Netherlands
P.O. Box 94829 | 1090 GV Amsterdam | The Netherlands
Company registration no. 30277334
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Source: LBi International N.V. via Thomson Reuters ONE
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