Perion To Present At The UBS 41st Annual Global Media And Communications Conference

Perion Network Ltd. (NASDAQ: PERI) today announced that Josef Mandelbaum, chief executive officer, will present on December 11 at the UBS 41st Annual Global Media and Communications Conference at the Westin New York, Times Square. The presentation is scheduled for 10 a.m. ET. Perion management will be available during the day on December 11 for one-on-one meetings. Please contact your UBS representative to schedule a meeting.

About Perion Network Ltd.

Perion Network Ltd. (NASDAQ: PERI) is a global consumer internet company that develops applications to make the online experience of its users simple, safe and enjoyable. Perion’s three main consumer brands are: Incredimail, Smilebox and SweetIM. Incredimail is a unified messaging application enabling consumers to manage multiple email accounts and Facebook messages in one place with an easy-to-use interface and extensive personalization features, and is available in over 100 countries in 8 languages; Smilebox is a leading photo sharing and social expression product and service that quickly turns life's moments into digital keepsakes for sharing and connecting with friends and family, in a fun and personal way. SweetIM is an instant messaging application that enables consumers to personalize their everyday communications with free, fun and easy to use content. Perion products have had over 300 million downloads to date with more than 50 million monthly unique visitors across all of its brands. Perion also offers and develops a range of products for mobile phones and tablets to answer its users' increasing mobile demands. For more information on Perion please visit http://www.perion.com.

Source: Perion Network Ltd.

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