The flash sales websites group saw active users grow during the first six months of its financial year, which had a knock-on effect on revenues and profits
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The electronics manufacturer is launching a share placing to pay for the acquisition of UK based Variohm which is expected to be earnings enhancing for the group in the first full financial year.
Between now and 2018, Panmure Gordon sees a compound annualised growth rate for profit in excess of 100%
Panmure Gordon says the company is trading on a lower valuation than its software-as-a-service peers
When it reports its full-years next month, the vehicle tracking specialist expects revenues to come in ahead of forecasts
Revenues overall rose by 17% to £15mln in the six months to December
Having achieved success with its buy-and-build strategy, CEO Jonathan Satchell asks: “why would we stop now?”
The shares ended 2016 at 8.89p having started it at 3.66p. Backers have consistently exercised warrants to acquire more shares.
Rustici’s contribution combined with the Civil Service contract would also mean “a transformational impact on profits in 2017 and beyond.''
A string of recent app releases have helped the group’s number of registered users to grow by more than 25% in only a few months
Of the 14 brokers logged as following BT, eight are ‘buyers’ and only two have ‘sell’ recommendations on the stock.
The supplier of wireless solutions, power units and assemblies confirmed trading for the year just ended was “broadly in line with market expectations”.
The rate of end user spending across Bango's mobile payments platform was up some 191% year-on-year by the end of December.
The American bandwagon is rolling again after the introduction of new wireless technology standards released pent-up demand
Seraphim Capital has already raised £50mln and looks set to quickly hit its target of £80mln.
The acquisitive satcoms company, which specialises in the provision of rural and last mile broadband services, has bought a French rival
The research house repeated its ‘buy’ recommendation on the stock and 560p a share price target.
"We are proud to be chosen again by Activision Blizzard to host a series of Call of Duty tournaments,” said Neville Upton, Gfinity chief executive.
Introduced in the fourth quarter of last year, the alternative to the traditional licensing model had already had five takers
It may be the Netherlands but Vodafone believes the future is not orange
CEO Adam Bond said the fuel cell developer “is continuing to progress dialogue with existing, as well as prospective new global industrial partners.”
The boss has high expectations for his company’s latest product, CallHome – an internet-based telephone app soft-launched today
As delayed orders put a 49% dent in first half revenues Intercede has launched a £5mln capital raise that will prop up planned investments into Internet of Things technology.
Tekcapital has also formed strategical alliance to supply additional university technologies for commercialisation to Wecast.
Growth in the coming months will be achieved via a mix of well-judged acquisitions and getting the most from what it currently owns or has recently bought, the company said.