A member of staff at logistics technology company GetSwift (ASX: GSW) has died from COVID-19, the New York headquartered, ASX-listed startup said. CEO Bane Hunter wrote to colleagues and shareholders today saying they are devastated and saddened at the news. Hunter said they would not release the name of the person, believed to be in… Read more »
ASIC has commenced civil penalty proceedings against GetSwift and its directors Bane Hunter and Joel Macdonald, alleging that the company made misleading announcements in relation to client agreements.
Joel MacDonald has stepped down as GetSwift CEO and chairman Bane Hunter has taken on the role as “part of [GetSwift’s] ongoing program to continually develop its governance practices as it grows”.
With its shares last valued at $2.92 on January 22 before suspension, GetSwift is currently trading at $1.24 after a market update.
With shares priced at $0.45 per share, LiveTiles is also set to launch a Share Purchase Plan to raise an additional $3 million from existing eligible shareholders.
GetSwift has suspended trading as it prepares responses to an AFR report that questioned details around contracts and revenue figures.
Melbourne logistics company GetSwift, which raised $5 million through an ASX listing last December, has raised $24 million from a collection of US-based and local investors.
This will allow any vendor using the point-of-sale system to essentially become a delivery-ready store, with GetSwift automatically queueing, batching, routing, and dispatching the delivery of any products purchased through an Albert POS.
Fresh from its debut on the ASX last month, logistics software company GetSwift has announced the appointment of Jamila Gordon, a non-executive director, to the role of Global Chief Information Officer.
After 18 months in New York, logistics software startup GetSwift is heading back home to open its global HQ in Melbourne ahead of an ASX listing next month.
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