AI monitoring systems designer Seeing Machines has appointed Jack Boyer as chairman designate with immediate effect, allowing Ken Kroeger to take the chief executive role on a permanent basis.
Advanced materials engineering firm Versarien appointed Cambridge University graphene expert Stephen Hodge to the company’s newly created head of research role.
Specialist managed IT services provider IDE Group on Monday reiterated warnings that the company’s full-year profit is likely to decline from last year.
Biological products provider Plant Health Care reported that it was on track to achieve full-year revenue growth of 30% but revealed that the license auction for soy in Brazil has been cancelled for the year.
Diversified mineral exploration and development company Alba Mineral Resources has conditionally agreed to acquire a further 41% interest in Gold Mines of Wales, it announced on Monday.
London-listed pharmaceuticals business Vectura Group said it had appointed Paul Fry from Immunocore to take over as chief financial officer from Andrew Derodra.
Smartphone security firm Defenx warned investors on Monday that the conversion of new corporate opportunities into firm orders was taking "even longer than previously anticipated".
Personal healthcare company Integumen on Monday saw its share price fall more than 15% after reporting wider losses as administrative costs skyrocketed for the full year.
Narrowband radio mesh network provider Cyanconnode Holdings on Monday received a £0. 78m purchase order from HM Power for Swedish utility company as the country looked at a new generation of smart meters.
Town Centre Securities said it ended the financial year on a positive note as the property investor and car park operator traded in line with its expectations.
Flying Brands has raised £0. 5m as a result of its Monday morning share placing to fund the design and manufacture of a commercial version of a cloud-based interface for its StoneChecker software.
Housebuilder Springfield Properties on Monday announced that it expected to achieve a significant increase in profits for the second half.
Out-of-hospital healthcare services provider Totally announced on Monday that its wholly-owned subsidiary About Health - a provider of community-based outpatient and referral management services - has been awarded a two-year contract, with the option to extend by a further two years, by the North Tyneside, North Durham and South Tees Clinical Commissioning Groups in the UK.
Internet domain service company CentralNic has entered into a conditional agreement to acquire the entire share capital of KeyDrive and its subsidiaries for an initial consideration of $35. 8m, it announced on Monday.
Corporate gas and electricity supplier Yü Group updated the market on its trading for the six months ended 30 June on Monday, reporting that group revenues were anticipated to be in the region of £35m, representing an increase of 69%.
Newcastle-based construction services firm Northern Bear on Monday upped its dividend increase after reporting growth in profits and revenue.
Frontier IP announced on Monday that its portfolio company Tarsis Technology - a spin-out from the University of Cambridge - has entered into a collaboration agreement with an unnamed “leading” manufacturer of crop-protection products.
Social video company Brave Bison has been selected by the European Tour as a strategic consultant to enhance the golf organisation’s YouTube presence, it announced on Monday.
Bradford-based double glazing group Safestyle has appointed turnaround specialist Alan Lovell as its new chairman.
Alternative capital provider Duke Royalty has announced the close of a conditional placing and subscription to raise £44m, before expenses, by way of the issue of 100 million ordinary shares at a price of 44p per share.