Verditek's 51%-owned subsidiary, Greenflex Energy Limited, an Italian-based manufacturing solar photovoltaic technology company, renewed and extended its contract with Media One s. r. l. , one of Italy's largest out of home advertising agencies.
i3 Energy, the independent oil and gas company with assets spanning across the UK, said Monday it had received an indicative proposal and confirmed support from two UK-based lenders for a $25m senior secured credit facility.
Biopharmaceutical company Summit Therapeutics has completed an initial 24-week phase 2 clinical dosing trial of Ezutromid, its orally administered small molecule utrophin modulator, in patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD).
The global advanced materials group, Haydale Graphene Industries, has today announced the filing of a patent application in the UK in relation to its PATit anti-counterfeiting technology, which management hailed as a significant step for the company, allowing it to begin discussions on commercial applications.
Botswana and southern Africa-focussed coalbed methane developer Tlou Energy has entered into conditional subscription agreements with investment funds managed by African Alliance Botswana, a “leading asset manager” based in Botswana, it announced on Monday.
Financial market information provider ADVFN announced on Monday that, following the MJAC2017 exhibition organised by its US platform InvestorsHub. com, and launched in Los Angeles during September, its has formed a new venture titled MJAC InvestorsHub International Conferences.
AIM-listed company Hummingbird Resources reported Monday that wet commissioning at its Yanfolila Gold Mine in Mali had commenced and that the mill there had been pre-commissioned ahead of the first gold pour, before year-end 2017.
Publishers Communication Group, the international sales and marketing consultancy company of the world-class software company Ingenta, has been appointed by Yewno as its exclusive sales agent across the United States, Canada and Europe.
Specialty pharmaceutical company, Oxford Pharmascience, said Monday it has received scientific advice from the Swedish regulatory authority, MPA, concerning the development programme requirements needed to support a future marketing authorisation application in Sweden for an OTC product containing OXPzero.
London-based resource exploration and development company GCM Resources raised approximately £2. 0m in gross proceeds, putting the company on a stronger footing to further the mine mouth plant proposal in Northern Bangladesh together with its strategic partner CGGC.
Womenswear retailer Bonmarche saw revenue increase 5% in the six months leading to 30 September as online sales helped the firm through an otherwise "difficult" trading environment.
Industrial products designer and distributor The 600 Group increased profits over its first trading half thanks to a revenue boost from improved market conditions.
Jersey-based firm Westmount Energy saw losses narrow in its last financial year as corporate overheads were reduced as a result of several board members choosing to offer their services free of charge.
Tissue converter Accrol Group Holdings announced a proposed placing and the lifting of its suspension from trading on Monday.
Industrial inkjet technology provider Xaar updated the market on its current trading on Monday, reporting that revenue in the second half was now expected to be “broadly in line” with the first half.
Engineered electronics provider TT Electronics updated the market on its trading for the four months to the end of October on Monday, reporting that trading for the group had been positive, with the growth trends experienced in the first half in sensors and specialist components, and power electronics, continuing.
North Africa-focussed oil and gas company SDX Energy updated the market on its KSR-14 and KSR-15 development wells on the Sebou permit in Morocco, in which it has a 75% working interest, on Monday.
CyanConnode, a specialist in narrowband RF networks for Omni Internet of Things communications, was named on Monday the fastest-growing tech company and ranked 22nd place in the UK.
Oil and gas firm Sound Energy announced on Monday it had completed airborne full tensor gravity gradiometry (FTG) and magnetic data acquisitions of its assets in Eastern Morocco which returned "highly encouraging results".
Carillion has been chosen as one of nine contractors to work on two lots on the government's school building framework, which it said should be worth a combined £2. 6bn to the companies involved.