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Fri, 3rd Jul 2015
AIM listed Venn Life Sciences (LON:VENN) CEO, Tony Richardson, tells Proactive Investors that he...
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Fri, 3rd Jul 2015
AIM listed Venn Life Sciences (LON:VENN) CEO, Tony Richardson, tells Proactive Investors that he expects the solid first half momentum to continue, driven in part by strong demand from Biotechnology companies. He also sees increasing opportunities from medical device companies and mid sized pharmaceutical companies.Venn Life has a solid pipeline of potential opportunities which could be worth up to 18 million Euros. The company provides outsourced clinical contract research services and has recently been winning bigger contracts and taking on more staff. Richardson also sees acquisition opportunities in Central and Eastern Europe.
Venn Life Sciences riding the Biotech wave
Fri, 3rd Jul 2015
K&C REIT(LON:KCR), the central London focussed real estate group, has launched the first residential real estate investment trust onto the AIM market. The CEO, Tim James, tells Proactive Investors that they want to be a five hundred million pound business and already have £40 million of deals in the pipeline. K&C has agreed to acquire Silcott Properties which owns several prime residential properties in Chelsea. The UK government recently extended the tax breaks for REITs to residential property and Tim James believes that a lot of developers and SPVs are currently unaware of the benefits of this new investment vehicle.
K&C launch first residential REIT in London
Thu, 2nd Jul 2015
Software developer TechFinancials (AIM:TECH) CEO Asaf Lahav tells Proactive Investors about plans to finesse their online trading software and expand their B to C business. “We are going to track the trader into the binary option space and then we are going to convert the trader to more sophisticated trading platforms,” he said. Lahav explained that after listing on AIM TechFinancials was approached by many companies wanting to help them develop their business in different areas, but his focus is China and he expects to announce a deal there in the next few months. “ The first thing that we intend to do going forward is to create a joint venture in China, so we are looking for potential companies that we can join in order to penetrate more deeply into the Chinese market” he said.
TechFinancials looking for new ventures in Asia
Wed, 1st Jul 2015
Wishbone Gold (LON:WSBN) Executive Chairman Richard Poulden tells Proactive Investors there is cash for the acquisition strategy being pursued by the Australia focused precious metals firm. “We know that we have the support to raise funding if we find the acquisitions we want to go after.” Poulden says 2015 will see much exploration activity at its White Mountains prospect where it is focusing primarily on gold. “It is an excellent store of value, the Chinese are buying into gold very heavily; there are going to be major changes in the world’s financial system and in the next five years renminbi will be linked to gold.”
Wishbone Gold has busy acquisition and exploration year ahead
Tue, 30th Jun 2015
Stride Gaming (LON:STR) CEO Eitan Boyd tells Proactive Investors about the group’s multi brand, Bingo-led strategy. “Having proprietary software is a main advantage in this space, as well as having the know-how – we’ve been operating since 1999 in online gaming, so over a decade now we have been hitting numbers, hitting results and we are excited about opportunities ahead,” he said. Boyd believes the group’s strategic focus on the female audience gives them the edge over other operators. “We focus on soft skill gaming, on very cuddly, fluffy games rather than hard-core slot-machines or very aggressive gaming experiences and we do see results and players stick with us for longer and enjoy the experience” he said.
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Mon, 29th Jun 2015
TekCapital (LON:TECH) CEO Clifford Gross tells Proactive Investors that he sees a lot of opportunity in sub-licensing their new energy-generating technology, piezoelectric, to other companies as demand for wearable technology grows. “The uniqueness of this technology is that it is able to generate fairly large amounts of power with simple human movements such as taking a step or bending and this power can be captured, stored and converted into DC power.. to recharge other devices,”he said. Gross estimates the wearable technology market will grow to $35bln by 2020 and notes that all of those devices will need power. “We are bringing together two unrelated technologies to solve a very common problem, we’re attempting to package it, develop a prototype and sub-licence it to major parent companies” he said.
TekCapital CEO sees huge opportunity in wearable tech
Fri, 26th Jun 2015
Antony Odell, the chief executive of Tissue Regenix (LON:TRX) says he will expand the firm’s sales division after its Derma Pure skin graft gained approval for coverage in over half of the American states. Noridian Healthcare Solutions and Palmetto GBA’s green light means DermaPure is now available to 20.7mln patients on Medicare across 30 states. Medicare, the US government’s health care insurance programme for the over 65s, is key to the company’s strategy for Dermapure. Approval by a Medicare administrator mean doctors and hospitals receive reimbursement for using the product.
Tissue Regenix to expand sales force after latest US DermaPure approvals
Fri, 26th Jun 2015
The chief executive of Cloudtag (LON:CTAG), Amit Ben-Haim, is confident the firm’s wearable devices will attract buyers when they launch in January 2016, despite Fitbit Apple and others already establishing foothold in the market. Shares in Fitbit soared nearly 50% on their first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange earlier this month. Meanwhile Apple – the world’s most valuable company – recently launched its much-anticipated Apple watch.
CloudTag CEO unphased by Fitbit and Apple’s wearable tech grip
Fri, 26th Jun 2015
David Sturt, the CEO of offshore of oil exploration firm, AziNam, believes Namibia has the potential to become Africa’s next big oil frontier. Offshore exploration in the country is seen as risky by some after a number of dry wells were plugged and abandoned, including Chariot Oil’s (LON:CHAR) Tapir South and Kabeljou wells. But Sturt is confident; AziNam holds a 67,000km2 acreage position and is applying advanced geoscience technology to seek out oil & gas. The firm is also backed by the Bermuda-based energy investment group Seacrest Capital and partners.
AziNam MD: now is the time for offshore Namibia oil
Fri, 26th Jun 2015
The chief executive of Australia listed Tlou Energy (ASX:TLOU), Tony Gilby, explains how the company’s Coalbed Methane (CBM) natural gas projects will help meet energy shortages in southern Africa. Tlou’s principle assets are in Botswana, where it has one of the most advanced CBM projects in the country. The firm’s 100% owned Lesedi CBM project, which is development phase, has an independently certified contingent resource of 2.3 trillion cubic feet. The aim is to get gas out of the ground by the end of 2016 and begin to supplement the energy needs of the rapidly growing southern African region - supplying natural CBM gas to generate new electrical energy, replace existing diesel and coal fired power generation.
Tlou Energy boss looks to fill Botswana energy shortfall with natural gas
Fri, 26th Jun 2015
Sefton Resources (LON:SER) finance chief, Raylene Whitford, speaks to Proactive about the new direction for the AIM-quoted oiler. After a troubled past, Sefton is switching its focus away from Kansas to South East Asia, restructuring its board and trying to win back shareholder support. This week it entered into a development agreement with UTAS Petroleum Services Ltd to explore a potential transaction involving producing oil and gas assets in Indonesia.
Sefton Resources CFO on new beginnings in Indonesia
Thu, 25th Jun 2015
The chief executive of Cohort (LON:CHRT), Andy Thomis, says he is keeping his eyes open for future acquisitions opportunities - potentially outside the UK. The defence technology group today told investors that strong organic growth was boosted by first time contributions from two acquisitions. Cohort bought the MCL and J+S businesses and posted a 40% rise in revenues to just shy of £100mln for 2014, while adjusted pre-tax profit grew 23% to £10.2mln. Speaking to Proactive, Thomis says he wouldn’t rule out a European acquisition if the business proved a good fit.
Cohort chief not ruling out further acquisitions