Published 2010-02-07Behind the fiasco of the Mailorama cash giveaway, there is an unconventional company head who knows how to make the Internet profitable, while being passionate about religion and agriculture.
HIS IMAGE was shattered one Saturday, at the foot of the Eiffel tower. This was the price paid for the fiasco of a banknote giveaway, which had been organised by Mailorama, a company that he controls. The economic press had depicted Jean-Baptiste Descroix-Vernier as a cool and inspired company head; in the space of a few hours, his name became synonymous with arrogance and exploitation of poverty (...)
Published 2010-02-01“Today, we have reached a certain maturity that makes it possible for us to plan a move to Euronext”
Boursier.com: What is the reason for the move to Euronext? It is a new stage in the story of the young company that is Rentabiliweb...
J-B. D-V. : Not as young as all that… Almost 10 years of experience! We have reached a certain maturity that today allows us to plan a move to Euronext under good conditions and the opening of our capital to individual investors (...)
Rentabiliweb : Stratégie et perspectives.
La société Rentabiliweb spécialiste notamment de la monétisation de l'audience Internet lance une augmentation de capital et passe d'Alternext à Eurolist C.
Jean-Baptiste Descroix-Vernier, Pdg de Rentabiliweb détaille la stratégie du groupe.
The Belgian company specialised in the monetisation of audiences on Internet is leaving Alternext in order to join Euronext Paris. It is preparing to raise €6 million in order to finance its expansion. This stock trading, which remains open until 10th February at 12:00 p.m., provides for the issuing of a maximum of 888,889 new securities, offered within a price range of between €6.75 and €7.25, without any real loss at the current market price. With an over-allotment option of 15%, which could increase the funds raised to 6.9 million, it is accompanied by the transfer of 1,737,170 existing shares on the part of shareholders, including Stéphane Courbit and Bernard Arnault, who will continue to have a stake in the capital. The proportion of public shares will be brought up to 29%