Press release from Doro AB’s Extraordinary General Meeting 2013

Lund, 2013-09-11 10:30 CEST (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --

At Doro AB’s (publ) extraordinary general meeting on September 11th 2013, the following was resolved:

To increase the share capital of the company with not more than SEK 1,457,000 by an issue of not more than 1,457,000 new shares. Right to subscribe for new shares shall only fall upon Helmut Schweiger and Hubert Kirsch, with a right and obligation to pay for the new shares by way of set-off against claims on the company. The subscription price shall be SEK 27.89 per share.

Complete motion pertaining to the extraordinary general meeting's resolution above is available on Doro’s website, www.doro.se

For more information, please contact:
President and CEO Jérôme Arnaud, +46 (0) 46 280 50 05
CFO Bernt Ingman, +46 (0) 46 280 50 06

This is information that Doro AB (publ) is required to publish in accordance with the Swedish Securities Markets Act and/or the Swedish Financial Trading Act. This information was submitted for publication on September 11, 2013 at 10.30 a.m.CET.

About Doro
Doro AB is a Swedish public company formed in 1974. It released its pioneering ‘easy-to-use’ mobile phone in 2007 and today is the global market-leader within the category. Doro products and solutions are available in thirty countries spanning five continents. These include; mobile phones and smart devices, applications and software, fixed line telephony, telecare and mobile health solutions.  Doro removes barriers to adoption of new technologies and holds numerous international awards in recognition of its product designs and innovations.  Doro shares are quoted on the Nasdaq OMX Stockholm exchange, Nordic List, Small Companies. Revenues of SEK 837.5 million were reported for 2012. www.doro.com



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