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StrongPoint ASA: Initiates new share buy-back program

07:00 / 25 October 2021 StrongPoint Press release

25.10.2021 07:00:00 CEST | StrongPoint | Acquisition or disposal of the issuer's
own shares

StrongPoint ASA ("Company") has decided to initiate a new share buy-back
program. The program will be limited in size up to 500,000 shares, equivalent to
approximately 1.1% of the shares in the Company. The buy-back program will be
conducted in accordance with the authorization provided by the Annual General
Meeting to the Board of Directors on 28 April 2021.

Shares in the program will be purchased through ordinary market trades on the
Oslo Stock Exchange. The program will be initiated 25 October 2021 and
terminated on 31 December 2021 at the latest.

The shares purchased under this program will be used in connection with the
Company's share program for employees, the Board of Directors and the long term
incentive program.


This information is subject to the disclosure requirements pursuant to Section
5-12 the Norwegian Securities Trading Act.


* Hilde Horn Gilen, CFO StrongPoint ASA, +47 920 60 158,


StrongPoint is a retail technology company that provides solutions to make shops
smarter, shopping experiences better and online grocery shopping more efficient.
With over 400 employees in Norway, Sweden, the Baltics and Spain and together
with a wide partner network, StrongPoint supports businesses in more than 20
countries. StrongPoint provides in-store cash management and payment solutions,
electronic shelf labels, self-checkouts, task and labor management software,
click & collect temperature-controlled grocery lockers, in-store and drive-thru
grocery pickup solutions and, grocery order picking solutions. StrongPoint is
headquartered in Norway and is listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange with a revenue
of 1bn NOK [ticker: STRO].


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