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Medialink lists on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange

Asia Pacific agent begins trading on the main board of the Stock Exchange.

Asia Pacific licensing agent Medialink has successfully listed and begun trading on the main board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong.

The move marks a significant milestone for the development of the company, recognising both its past business strategies and its growth plans for the future.

“We are very honoured to receive wide support from our investors,” said Lovinia Chiu, founder, chairman of the board and ceo of Medialink. “Looking into future, we will enrich and expand our media content offerings to stay abreast of evolving viewer preferences.

“We will enhance our position in existing markets and strategically expand into other selected markets, as well as expand our brand licensing business by increasing our brand offerings.”

As well as investing in the production of animated/live action content, the company will also introduce media content and brands created in Hong Kong to an international audience.

It will look to replicate the success of its proprietary ‘Ani-One’ brand and look for further opportunities to develop its media content distribution business.

Lovinia continued: “We aim to further solidify our leading position in media content distribution industry, so as to maximise the return to our shareholders.”

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