Tucows $TCX Q3 2018 Earnings, Webcast, How To Submit Questions

Tucows Inc. (NASDAQ: TCX, TSX: TC) reported its third quarter (Q3) 2018 financial results via news release on Wednesday, November 7, 2018 at 5:05 p.m. ET: News Release and Financial Statement (pdf). See also the 10-Q (pdf).

Management’s pre-recorded remarks (webcast) discussing the quarter and outlook for the Company are posted on the Tucows web site at http://www.tucows.com/investors/financials. [Editor's note: the management remarks are mostly about Ting.] See CEO Elliot Noss on Q3 2018 Results - Earnings Call Transcript | SeekingAlpha.com.

In lieu of a live question and answer period, for the next five days, until Monday November 12, 2018, shareholders, analysts and prospective investors can submit questions to Tucows’ management via ir@tucows.com

Management will post responses to questions of general interest to the Company’s web site at http://www.tucows.com/investors/financials/ on Friday, November 16 at approximately 4:00 p.m. ET. All questions will receive a response, however, questions of a more specific may be responded to directly.

Tucows Inc. is a publicly traded internet services (eNom, OpenSRS, Hover) and telecommunications (Ting.com) company, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is the second-largest domain name registrar worldwide. Its brands include Hover.com, eNom.com, and OpenSRS.com, a platform for domain resellers, as well as Ting.com, a wireless MVNO and fiber ISP.

Principal domain: tucows.com
Investor Relations: tucows.com/investors/

See also Tucows Statement, May 28, 2018, on the ICANN Legal Action filed against Tucows affiliate EPAG Domainservices, GmbH. ICANN was subsequently adjudicated to be the "losing party" in that proceeding filed in Germany, involving application of the GDPR, including at the final appellate level.

Tips for cleaning up WHOIS data | EPAG.de excerpts:
To prevent personal data in an organization contact from being displayed in a public WHOIS, we recommend taking the following measures, where allowed by the relevant registry:
  • Use roles rather than personal names for Organization contact details. For example, instead of writing “John Doe” for the name ... use the role “Host Master” [or "Domain Administrator"].
  • Use role email addresses rather than personal email addresses. For example, instead of using “john.doe@company.com” for the email address, use a generic company email address like “info@company.com”.
  • Where possible, clean up existing contact data to remove personal data from any organization contacts.
  • Remind domain registrants of their obligation to provide you with correct data and to keep that data up to date. This will ensure that the registrant is able to manage their consent preferences using the contact email provided with the domain order.
  • These tips give registrants the added advantage that their organization is not reliant on a particular person (for example during a transfer), should that person be out of the office or no longer employed by the company.
source: https://www.epag.de/en/tips-for-cleaning-up-whois-data/

For an example of the above see https://www.whois.com/whois/microsoft.com.

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