Good morning from Paul & Graham.
Today is the last day of Dry January, so I’m looking forward to celebrating my friend’s birthday over the weekend. In the meantime we have a lot of companies to report so got up early today and yesterday he got up to catch up with two stragglers – Porvair (Longitude: PRV) and CentralNic (Longitude: CNIC) [CNIC now done].
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That’s another huge list of announcements today. I can’t cover them all, but I’ll try to report on the most interesting ones (above or below exp takes precedence). If the update matches exps it will have lower priority and may not be covered. Add your own comments for any company. It’s a team effort, especially on busy days!
central nick (Longitude: CNIC)
145 pence – £416 million cap
CentralNic Group plc (AIM: CNIC) is a global Internet platform company that sells online presence and marketing services to generate recurring revenue. Full year 2022.
Record 2022 revenue and EBITDA, continued strong deal momentum
These Guidance Figures Are Impressive – This Is Another EBITDA Update That Exceeds Our Expectations –
We are currently planning to report Record gross revenue of approximately US$728 million, When net income When…