Cision appoints new Managing Director in Germany 

Stefan Frohnhoff has been appointed Managing Director for Cisions operations in
Germany. Stefan has most recently been Managing Director for Premiere Global
Services Gmbh's operations in Germany, Switzerland Austria and Italy.  

Stefan has a solid technical and business background. He has been highly
successful in developing medium sized businesses on several European markets. He
has demonstrated great innovative capabilities and has a strong background in
service development and sales in quickly changing industries.

“I am very happy to have Stefan in this important role. He will play an
important role in increasing growth on the German market by developing the
offering in CisionPoint. I would also like to take the opportunity to thank our
current Managing Director Oliver Grassy for his highly appreciated contributions
to Cision during his years within the company. I wish Oliver the best of luck in
his future career”, says Niklas Flyborg, President and CEO of Cision.

Stefan will assume his new position at Cision on March 5. Oliver Grassy will
consequently be leaving the company.

Cision AB (publ)

For further information, please contact:
Niklas Flyborg, President and CEO, telephone: +46 8 507 410 10, e-mail:
niklas.flyborg@cision.com 

Anna-Karin Samuelson, Senior VP Human Resources, telephone: +46 8 507 410 14,
mobile: +46 70 348 32 62, e-mail: anna-karin.samuelson@cision.com     


Cision AB (publ) 
SE-114 88 Stockholm, Sweden
Telephone: +46 (0)8 507 410 00
www.cision.com

Cision improves clients' performance through integrated services and software
solutions for reputation and campaign management, media monitoring and research
of media contacts. 

Cision AB is quoted on the Nordic Exchange and has approx. 17 000 shareholders.
The company has around 2,600 employees and a turnover of SEK 1.9 billion in
2007. Cision operates in the US, UK, Sweden, Canada, Germany, Norway, Finland,
Denmark, Portugal, Lithuania, the Netherlands and China and has partners in
another 125 countries.