Cloud computing services provider Iomart declared its first dividend as revenue and profit growth in the first half of its financial year thanks to a mix of organic and acquisitive expansion.
Event-driven marketing technology provider Mporium Group announced a “significant” commercial agreement for its technology-led digital agency Fast Web Media on Tuesday.
Secure payment solutions-focussed customer engagement specialist PCI-PAL has won a further major reseller contract and two new UK local government contracts in November, it announced on Tuesday, through its partnership with global cloud contact centre telephony provider 8x8.
Africa and Europe-focussed oil and gas development and appraisal company San Leon has informed the Ministry of Environment in Poland of its intention to relinquish its interest in its remaining Baltic Basin shale gas concessions at Gdansk West and Szczawno, onshore Poland.
Albert Technologies updated the market on its software-as-a-service (SaaS) business, and confirmed its intention to cease trading in its indirect business by the end of 2017 on Tuesday, in light of what it called “growing momentum” and revenues in its core operations.
US-focussed copper and cobalt exploration and development company Phoenix Global Mining has expanded the land position of the Empire Copper Mine in Idaho, it announced on Tuesday, with the addition of 33 unpatented mining claims in the Horseshoe Block immediately north of the existing property.
Johnson Service Group has appointed Peter Egan - currently the managing director of its Apparelmaster workwear rental business - as its new chief executive officer.
Aquaculture health, nutrition, and genetics business Benchmark updated the market on the end of its financial year on Tuesday, claiming revenues of £138m, in line with market expectations.
Brighton Pier Group - which changed its name from Electric Bar Group after it acquired Brighton Pier - has raised a total of around £3m before expenses through a share placing, which it will use to part-fund the proposed acquisition of mini golf operator Lethington Leisure.
Character Group said it expected new products to help it ride out a slowdown in the first half of its current financial year.
AIM-listed Cerillion, which provides billing, charging and customer relationship management software solutions, has signed a new contract with a European telecommunications provider worth an initial £5m and a total of £8. 4m over five years.
Mitie Group has pulled out of selling its profitable property management business after a disappointing level of interest from potential buyers.
Vianet's revenue fell in the first half after pub closures reduced the number of venues using its beer monitoring service.
Carbonated mixers maker Fever-Tree has established an office in North America which will be headed up by Charles Gibb.