Video: EuroEyes’ Way to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange
No country in the world is developing as rapidly as China. 1.4 billion people live in there, over 90 percent have or need glasses – because they are short-sighted.
The renowned eye specialist Dr. Jørn Jørgensen, founder and managing director of EuroEyes, helps these people. In 2013, EuroEyes was the first German hospital group to open an eye laser clinic in China. EuroEyes now operates six Chinese clinics: Shanghai, Beijing (West), Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou and Beijing (East). To enable EuroEyes to help even more people with impaired vision in the future, Dr. Jørn Jørgensen ventured to go public in Hong Kong.
Join Dr Jørgensen and his team in the video on their way to the Hong Kong Stock Exchange and learn how EuroEyes will help people in China.
Successful course in China
“We have chosen Hong Kong as our stock exchange because our future growth is mainly in China and we can finance our expansion from the IPO”, says Dr. Markus Braun, CFO of EuroEyes.
On October 15, 2019, 79,334,000 EuroEyes shares were placed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange at the initial price of 14.20 Hong Kong dollars.
With the proceeds from the IPO, EuroEyes plans to build clinics in major Chinese cities such as Chengdu and Chongqing, acquire clinics in Europe and strengthen its marketing activities.
The EuroEyes Clinic Group is a globally successful company that was founded 26 years ago in Hamburg and has its headquarters there until today. In addition to locations throughout Germany, EuroEyes is also represented in China and Denmark. The company offers patients the full range of refractive surgery for the correction of visual disorders. Using state-of-the-art eye laser and lens surgery procedures, EuroEyes treats more than 25,000 patients each year with nearsightedness, farsightedness, astigmatism, presbyopia or cataract. The treatment enables the start of a life free of glasses and contact lenses without any impairment of visual quality.
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