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Making Science got listed on Euronext Growth Paris

The FINANCIAL — Euronext, Europe’s leading capital markets operator, announced today that 7,062,300 shares of Making Science, a technology and digital marketing consultancy firm specialising in e-commerce and digital transformation, have begun trading through a dual listing on Euronext Growth Paris. The incorporation of the Spanish firm confirms Euronext’s position as the leading market for European companies in the technology sector and for expanding SMEs that are looking to enjoy greater international exposure. The listing brings to 20 the number of Spanish companies listed on Euronext’s markets. 


The process of dual listing the company’s shares was completed through a technical listing on Euronext growth Paris of the securities admitted to trading for a total market capitalisation of €58.6 million.

Making Science is a technology and digital marketing consultancy firm founded in 2016, which specialises in successfully responding to the needs of the business world when digitising the value chain, with a particular focus on Martech and Adtech, digital advertising, data analytics, e-commerce and the cloud. The firm has developed a unique business model with the aim of becoming one of the benchmarks for digital transformation, both in Spain and in other markets internationally. This model has received significant recognition in recent years, with awards such as ‘SME of the year 2019’ from the Chamber of Commerce of Madrid, and the C.R.E.C.E. award from Ernst & Young as part of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year awards.

José Antonio Martinez Aguilar, CEO, Making Science, said: “Our incorporation into the Euronext Growth Paris alternative market is a fundamental step in our internationalisation process. It gives us greater exposure to international investors and brings us closer to the large institutional investors in the industry, while we take advantage of a market specialised in responding to the needs of technology companies with a vocation for leadership.”

This operation reinforces Euronext’s position as a leading market for Spanish technology companies that want to access international capital markets, after the success stories of firms such as Antevenio, and FacePhi.


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