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Clare Capital company research report

Clare Capital company research report

Pushpay Holdings Limited

19 February 2015


Clare Capital company research report

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND | REDMOND, WASHINGTON, UNITED STATES – 19 FEBRUARY 2015

Pushpay Holdings Limited (NZAX:PAY) (‘Pushpay’ or ‘the Company’) has commissioned company research to provide current and potential investors with a wider understanding of the Company and the opportunities available to it. Pushpay appointed Clare Capital, a Wellington-based corporate finance advisory firm with experience in the Software as a Service (SaaS) industry to provide the research report.

Clare Capital released the research report today, titled ‘A SaaS play which makes donating easy and paying easy’, which is attached to this announcement and is also available on Pushpay’s website at https://pushpay.com/investors/companyresearch .

This Clare Capital report has been written using publically available information. The conclusions and opinions in the report are those of Clare Capital and not those of Pushpay.

www.pushpay.com

About Pushpay

Pushpay provides mobile commerce tools that facilitate fast, secure and easy non point of sale payments between consumers and merchants. Pushpay targets merchants who are looking to offer convenient, personalised and intuitive payment solutions to their consumers. Pushpay services three target markets: the Faith Sector; Non-Profit Organisations and Enterprises (both small medium enterprises and corporate organisations).

To download the Pushpay App, visit the iTunes App Store or Google Play and search for “Pushpay”.

Visit www.pushpay.com to learn more and see an online demonstration of how Pushpay enables merchants and consumers to “never miss the moment”.

ENDS

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