The Agillic share AGILC is now live on Nasdaq
On March 22, Agillic went public in a roar of golden confetti, cheers and happy smiles, as Dorthe Caroline Knudsen, one of the veterans at Agillic, pressed the Nasdaq button. Employees, management, board members, and investors celebrated Agillic’s listing with champagne at the Nasdaq Copenhagen headquarter.
New member in the Nasdaq family
Carsten Borring, Head of Listings & Capital Markets at NASDAQ, welcomed Agillic as the 3rd new Nasdaq family member in March:
A nation of entrepreneurs
Brian Mikkelsen, the Minister for Industry, Business and Financial Affairs was also present at the introduction and in his speech wished Agillic all the best of luck. Recently, the government published ‘Strategy for Denmark’s Digital Growth’ setting the ambition to make Denmark a digital frontrunner. The government will create the foundation for companies to exploit new technologies to create growth and increase prosperity. A total of 1 billion DKK has been earmarked for strategy initiatives by 2025.
“We must strive to create a nation of entrepreneurs, where companies have the possibility to go public and wage-earners are willing to invest and thereby support innovation in Denmark,” Brian Mikkelsen said.
Fortunately, investors have been very willing to support Agillic’s growth and the stock was oversubscribed by 33 percent several days prior to the introduction.
Data is the new gold, Brian Mikkelsen said in his speech, and as a player in the MarTech-industry Agillic indeed feeds on data. The industry is projected to 5-double over the coming years and Agillic plan to take its fair share of the market and turn it into gold:
“The ambition is to grow 50 percent annually towards 2020, in order to reach the 100 mill DKK in subscription-based revenue which we have promised our investors,” says Agillic CEO Jesper Valentin and continues: