1 June 2021
Lleida.net closes its 2021 Loyalty Plan with 83% subscribed
Madrid, 1 June .- Lleida.net (BME:LLN) (EPA:ALLN) (OTCQX:LLEIF) has covered 83% of the "Plan Lleida.net 2021", launched by the company's CEO, Sisco Sapena, to reward employees, shareholders, advisors and suppliers for their loyalty to the company.
The total shares subscribed in this plan for the sale of off-market shares was 83,275, at 6.7 euros per share, at which it closed at BME Growth on May 5. The total amount of the subscription is €557,941
In addition to acquiring shares of Lleida.net, the shareholders have also acquired the right to two executable purchase options over the next two years.
"One more year, the Lleida.net universe of shareholders and collaborators has decided to continue betting on the company, which we read as a new endorsement of the company's work," Sapena explained.
The Loyalty Plan was introduced on May 5 and was limited to 100,000 shares.
The shares have been taken over by the founder and principal shareholder of Lleida.net, from which the shares of the "Plan Lleida.net 2021" are derived.
At the beginning of the year, the company announced the best results in its history, with sales of €16.42 million, up 20 per cent from 2019.
According to its latest audited accounts, the Spanish listed company already has a working capital of 5.2 million euros, which guarantees its solvency and viability in the medium and long term.
With over 200 patents awarded in some 60 countries, the company has one of the most important intellectual property portfolios in the notification, contracting and electronic signature industry.
The company's assets grew by 24 per cent in 2020, compared to the previous year, to 13.2 million, while financial debt fell by €539,000, or 15 per cent, compared to last year.
In the first quarter of the year, Lleida.net earned up to 475% more than the same period of 2020 due to changes in business behaviour caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Likewise, the company's Board of Directors agreed a few weeks ago to submit to its General Shareholders' approval a 25 per cent increase in this year's dividends.