Newly-formed The Meet Group will be ringing the opening bell at the NASDAQ stock market next Wednesday.
This comes after MeetMe announced it was rebranding to The Meet Group on 4th April, which will act as the parent company of MeetMe, Skout, Tagged and Hi5.
And as part of the celebration of this move, Meet Group CEO Geoff Cook and other members of the management team will be visiting the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York City’s Times Square next week.
After the Pennsylvania-based tech company opens the stock market, Cook will conduct an interview that will be broadcast live on the Nasdaq website.
Speaking about the event, Cook said: “We are excited to rebrand MeetMe to The Meet Group. Our growing portfolio unites all of our brands with a singular purpose: to meet the universal need for human connection.
“We are no longer MeetMe, Inc. running a single app, but a global portfolio of mobile meeting apps that spans ten million monthly active users. With our global portfolio of brands, we believe we have built a solid foundation for long-term growth and shareholder value creation.”
The company has rung the opening bell before, back in August 2014, when it had just hit 1m DAUs.
Just under three years later, The Meet Group has over 10m MAUs across its global portfolio, which now includes acquired products Skout and Tagged.
Earlier this year, the tech business announced it was planning on following in the footsteps of Momo, with the integration of a live video service to the MeetMe app.
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