Comvita half year results, call details for 24 Feb 2022

GENERAL
Thu, Feb 10 2022 09:28 am

On Thursday, 24 February at 10:30am (NZ time), Comvita CEO David Banfield and CFO Nigel Greenwood will host a virtual conference call for investors to present the results for the half year ended 31 December 2021.

Virtual Conference details and confirmation codes are below:

Date: Thursday, 24 February 2022
Time: 10:30am (NZST)
URL link: www.virtualmeeting.co.nz/cvtir2022

Please register online 5 – 10 minutes prior to the start time. You will be asked to provide a few registration details (name, email, participant type) prior to accessing the meeting.

Dial in details (if you are unable to connect via virtual conference details above) are below:

Attendee dial in (New Zealand toll-free): 0800 423 972
Confirmation code: 661499

You will be asked to provide the confirmation code or the title of your conference.

Conference Title: Comvita FY22 Half Year Results Call
Confirmation Code: 661499

International dial-in numbers for specific, toll-free country access:

Location Phone Number
Australia 1 800 590 693
China 4001 209107
Hong Kong 800 961 113
Japan 0120 279 351
Korea, Republic of 007 9814 2032 544
Malaysia 1800 813 416
Singapore 800 120 7297
Thailand 1800 011 070
United Kingdom 0800 358 6374
United States/Canada 800-289-0459

Ends.

For further information:
Kelly Bennett, MB: +64 21 380 035, E. kelly.bennett@oneplusonegroup.co.nz

Background information
Comvita (NZX:CVT) was founded in 1974, with a purpose to heal and protect the world through the natural power of the hive.  With a team of 500+ people globally, united with more than 1.6 billion bees, we are the global market leader in Mānuka honey and bee consumer goods. Seeking to understand, but never to alter, we test and verify all our bee-product ingredients are of the highest quality in our own government-recognised and accredited laboratory.  We are growing industry scientific knowledge on bee welfare, Mānuka trees and the many benefits of Mānuka honey and propolis.  We have pledged to be carbon neutral by 2025 and carbon positive by 2030, and we are planting more than two million native trees every year. Comvita has operations in Australia, China, North America, South East Asia, and Europe – and of course, Aotearoa New Zealand, where our bees are thriving.

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