At the GWS Annual General Meeting on Tuesday, Semmy Rülf was elected new chairman of the board.
Today he buys 200 000 shares from former chairman of the board and founder of the company, Lars Lidgren who remains on the Board.
Semmy Rülf (born 1950) has worked for a long time in the IT industry as well as in the medical technology industry during his career. Among other things within the IT industry, as CEO for Axis Communications, chairman for Qlik and Mindroute Incentive.
Within Medtech he was CEO for ProstaLund and chairman for Jolife and Dignitana. He has been a member of Vitrolife, Xvivo and many more Medtech companies. During 10 years he acted as chairman for TechnoSeed, the Seed Venture Capital Fund based at IDEON in Lund.
Semmy Rülf is based in London since 10 years back where he worked for Visit Sweden as Regional Director, responsible for England, USA, China and South Europe.
By purchasing the shares in GWS, Semmy Rülf becomes one of the single largest private shareholders in GWS production.
– I have been following GWS for a number of years. It is an interesting company with a great future potential and the deal is a long-term investment, Semmy Rülf comments.
For additional information, visit www.globalwarningsystem.com or contact
GWS CEO Andreas Rodman: +46 (0) 708 – 10 13 16. firstname.lastname@example.org
About GWS Production AB and Safeture
GWS, Global Warning System, was founded in 2009, triggered by the experience with a global SARS epidemic, the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami and the Mumbai terror attacks. The company offers a mobile device based, personal security service Safeture, in order to protect the traveler by real-time tracking and providing valuable real-time information about disasters and other threats that could impact on the traveler.
The GWS share is listed on NASDAQ First North Stockholm. Penser Bank AB is the Certified Advisor.