• Hello “camera” – Gigaset elements gains sense of sight

    From mid-October, Gigaset's “camera” feature will offer an innovative, HD-based camera for the Gigaset elements system. “camera” rounds off the system's security offering and also opens up new uses for elements. For the first time, Gigaset will also provide additional individual options to accompany the introduction of “camera.”

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  • Hello “camera” – Gigaset elements gains sense of sight

    From mid-October, Gigaset's “camera” feature will offer an innovative, HD-based camera for the Gigaset elements system. “camera” rounds off the system's security offering and also opens up new uses for elements. For the first time, Gigaset will also provide additional individual options to accompany the introduction of “camera.”

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  • AGM confirms strategy: Executive and Supervisory Boards' course approved by large majority

    Around 150 shareholders, shareholder representatives and guests attended the AGM of Gigaset AG at the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Munich. The investors present were asked to vote on six agenda items, which were approved by a large majority.

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  • AGM confirms strategy: Executive and Supervisory Boards' course approved by large majority

    Around 150 shareholders, shareholder representatives and guests attended the AGM of Gigaset AG at the Hanns Seidel Foundation in Munich. The investors present were asked to vote on six agenda items, which were approved by a large majority.

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  • Gigaset posts consolidated profit and positive free cash flow in Q2. Significant improvement in the funding base

    Thanks to successful implementation of the efficiency programs and the elimination of negative one-off tax effects from the previous year, Gigaset AG was able to again post positive consolidated net income of €1.3 million from continuing operations in the second quarter of 2014. The company made a net loss of €9.4 million in the same period of the previous year.

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  • Gigaset posts consolidated profit and positive free cash flow in Q2. Significant improvement in the funding base

    Thanks to successful implementation of the efficiency programs and the elimination of negative one-off tax effects from the previous year, Gigaset AG was able to again post positive consolidated net income of €1.3 million from continuing operations in the second quarter of 2014. The company made a net loss of €9.4 million in the same period of the previous year.

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  • CFO Dr. Alexander Blum to leave Gigaset at the end of the year

    Dr. Alexander Blum, the Chief Financial Officer of Gigaset AG, today informed the Supervisory Board that he will terminate his contract of employment by the due date effective December 31, 2014. Dr. Blum will fully discharge his duties until the end of the year so that a successor can be appointed and become familiarized with the tasks. That will ensure a smooth handover.

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  • CFO Dr. Alexander Blum to leave Gigaset at the end of the year

    Dr. Alexander Blum, the Chief Financial Officer of Gigaset AG, today informed the Supervisory Board that he will terminate his contract of employment by the due date effective December 31, 2014. Dr. Blum will fully discharge his duties until the end of the year so that a successor can be appointed and become familiarized with the tasks. That will ensure a smooth handover.

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  • Gigaset repays all bank debts and completes extensive restructuring of its funding base

    Gigaset AG today repaid all its financial liabilities, including all unpaid interest, totaling €25.0 million. This was made possible by the proceeds from the capital measures that were successfully placed recently and brought Gigaset in a net sum of €33.9 million. "The Gigaset Group is now completely free of financial debt and so has a raft of new options to ensure that its growth strategy can be financed further," says CFO Dr. Alexander Blum.

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  • Gigaset repays all bank debts and completes extensive restructuring of its funding base

    Gigaset AG today repaid all its financial liabilities, including all unpaid interest, totaling €25.0 million. This was made possible by the proceeds from the capital measures that were successfully placed recently and brought Gigaset in a net sum of €33.9 million. "The Gigaset Group is now completely free of financial debt and so has a raft of new options to ensure that its growth strategy can be financed further," says CFO Dr. Alexander Blum.

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