Maven Investor News - March 27, 2019

A compendium of news from in and around the company for investors, partners and other stakeholders.

Recent investment and related update to MVEN Capital Structure

On March 18, 2019, Maven executed a follow-on transaction under similar terms to the one conducted last December in association with the Say Media merger closure. The Company entered into a Securities Purchase Agreement with two accredited investors, including John Fichthorn, the Company’s Chairman of the Board, pursuant to which the Company issued Senior Secured Subordinated Debentures. After taking into account legal fees and expenses, the Company received net proceeds of $1,590,000.

To provide additional clarity, Maven made SEC filings updating our capital structure.

On a fully diluted basis the Company, as of March 25, 2019, would have 170,928,678 shares of Common Stock Equivalents issued and outstanding*.

*subject to anti-dilution and reorganization adjustments, as detailed in our filing

As of March 25, 2019, the issued and outstanding shares of capital stock of the Company were:

  • 37,743,372 shares of Common stock, $.01 par value
  • 19,567 shares of Preferred Stock, Series H and G, $.01 par value

Of the Company’s issued shares of Common Stock, 13,960,896 were unrestricted and available for trading. More details are available in our filing.

CONGRATS to these recently-launched mavens:


We’re All Mavens Now

With the acquisitions of both HubPages and Say Media complete, we're now operating as one Maven company with over 100 million monthly users.

That scale brings tremendous benefits to every member of the coalition, from product to distribution to monetization. It unlocks advertisers and campaigns and distribution opportunities that simply aren’t available to smaller properties. We’ve been in-market since last year as a unified property, and continue unifying our advertising platform and partnerships. In time, that will bring opportunities for more dollars to our partners.

Integrating three talented engineering teams and platforms, with complementary strengths, also brings product benefits - some immediate, most longer-term. We are not replacing the current platforms with a grand architecture. Instead, we’re using a modular approach, to bring best-in-class features from each platform to the others over time.

Product Update

Among the first post-merger integration projects will bring the rich authoring tools of Say Media’s platform to users of the original Maven community-oriented platform. This will also give partners features like photo galleries, additional embed types, a media library, easier author attribution and much more.

The “Medium View” option is now live on Maven. While less photo-oriented than the standard layout, it’s good for sites with a lot of news density or intense communities, and several partners now utilize it.


Maven of the Week

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Thank you for your interest in Maven.

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