If you want to successfully float on AIM, then you need a clear strategy and strong management team. These are all factors investors will be looking for, a report revealed.
While Joe Sillett’s first business fell just as quickly as it had risen, the serial entrepreneur has lots of confidence in his latest offering – the Funky Iron Company.
As a company that has grown up within co-working spaces, chief revenue officer Jason Hill explains why the environment has allowed appScatter to blossom.
Prospects of a deal between courier DX and the distribution division of John Menzies have highlighted the use of reverse mergers in corporate transactions.
Financial services company Fiserv has stepped in to table a £70m offer for troubled technology business Monitise, after share price erosion of 96 per cent in three years.
Luke Hakes, investment director at Octopus Ventures, discusses what other British businesses can learn from mattress company eve Sleep’s growth story and why more businesses should be targeting that elusive IPO.
With there being a steady change in attitude towards AIM, the UK’s small and mid-cap fund managers deliver comment on what type of companies deliver on the junior market.
Ed Molyneux, CEO and co-founder at FreeAgent, shares his experience of listing on the London Stock Exchange and explains what not to forget.
There are several reasons companies go public. Sometimes it’s to raise capital, or simply to acquire more business. But given the uncertainty miring the corporate landscape, curiosity about recent IPOs got the better of us. We asked bosses what made listing on AIM an attractive bet in 2016.
From Living Wage stats to national business numbers, our October 2016 economic statistics roundup has everything in place for enterprise leaders.
Taking a company public and listing on the stock exchange has traditionally marked a crucial milestone for businesses built on long hours, hard work, and plenty of sacrifice.
Shareholders in London-based football team Tottenham Hotspur have been able to release the value of their holdings for the first time since the team was last listed on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) in 2012.