6 May 2022
Director / PDMR Shareholding
GetBusy plc (AIM: GETB) ("GetBusy" or "the Company") today announces that Paul Haworth, the Company's Chief Financial Officer, has informed the Company that on 5 May 2022 he bought 10,000 ordinary shares of 0.15 pence in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at an average price of 64.64 pence per share.
Following the trade Mr Haworth has a beneficial interest over 140,000 Ordinary Shares, representing 0.28 per cent. of the current total voting rights of the Company.
For further information, please contact:
Liberum Capital Limited (Nomad and Broker)
Cameron Duncan / Lauren Kettle +44 (0)20 3100 2000
Alma PR (Financial PR)
Hilary Buchanan / Andy Bryant +44 (0) 20 3405 0205
GetBusy's specialist productivity software solutions enable growing businesses to work securely and efficiently with their customers, suppliers and teams anytime, anywhere. Our solutions can be delivered flexibly across cloud, mobile, hosted and on-premise platforms, whilst integrating seamlessly with a wide variety of other class-leading core business systems.
With over 70,000 paying users across multiple market sectors and jurisdictions, GetBusy is an established and fast-growing SaaS business delivering sustained double-digit growth in high-quality recurring subscription revenue over the long term.
Further information on the Group is available at www.getbusyplc.com
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Reason for the notification
Chief Financial Officer
Initial notification /Amendment
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Description of the financial instrument, type of instrument
Ordinary Shares of 0.15 pence
Nature of the transaction
Purchase of Ordinary Shares
Price(s) and volume(s)
- Aggregated volume
Date of the transaction
5 May 2022
Place of the transaction