Notice of Annual General Meeting
21 May 2019
Concepta Plc (AIM: CPT), the innovative UK personalised healthcare company and developer of the proprietary self-test platform ("myLotus®") and suite of emerging test products targeting the mobile health market with a primary focus on women's fertility and hormone health, confirms the Notice of Annual General Meeting ("AGM") and associated form of proxy will be sent to shareholders today, Tuesday 21 May.
The Company's AGM will be held at The Exchange, Colworth Science Park, Sharnbrook, Bedfordshire, MK444 1LZ at 9.30am on Thursday 13 June 2019.
The Annual Report and Accounts, Notice of AGM and associated form of proxy are available on the Company's website at www.conceptaplc.com.
Matthew Walls, Chairman
Tel: +44 (0) 1234 866601
SPARK Advisory Partners Limited (Nomad)
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About Concepta Plc:
Concepta Plc is an AIM-quoted pioneering UK healthcare company that has developed a proprietary product, myLotus®, targeted at the personalised mobile health market with a primary focus on hormone testing and increasing a woman's chances of naturally getting pregnant and to provide insight to unexplained infertility.
myLotus® is currently the only consumer product which allows both quantitative and qualitative home (self-test) test measurement of a woman's personal luteinizing hormone (LH) during ovulation and human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) hormone level during pregnancy, facilitating higher conception rates and early diagnosis of fertility issues. The proposition of myLotus® is to empower women to better understand their hormone levels and menstrual cycle and help women conceive naturally by identifying their window of fertility and optimal time for conception.
The Company has received CE-mark certification for myLotus® and has launched its first product in the UK. The Company is preparing plans to roll-out across the core EU countries in 2019.
myLotus® is expected to be beneficial to users who have been unable to conceive after 6 months of trying. This highly motivated target group of women won't typically be offered medical intervention until after 12 months of unsuccessfully trying to conceive, with IVF not usually offered until after two years of trying to conceive. Research indicates couples start to take positive action ahead of this time typically with little medical support to help them do so.