Small Caps News
Braveheart Investment Group announced on Friday that Pharm 2 Farm, in which it has a controlling interest, has placed an order for an automated face mask production line, which is expected to be delivered in November and commissioned by the end of December.
Software-as-a-service marketing technology company Eagle Eye announced on Friday that sandwich chain Pret A Manger is using its ‘AIR’ platform for its new coffee subscription service.
Superyacht painting, supply and maintenance company GYG announced the signing of a letter of intent for a 100+ metre new build yacht in Europe on Friday, scheduled to start in the second quarter of 2021.
Wealth and investment management group Kingswood Holdings said on Friday that interim revenues had shot up despite 2020 being a "challenging and disruptive" year.
Artificial intelligence kidney diagnostics technology company Renalytix AI announced the commercial launch of its ‘KidneyIntelX’ clinical test reporting platform within the Mount Sinai Health System in New York City on Friday.
Resource exploration and development company Empire Metals has secured a drilling contractor to start the first phase of a two phase drilling programme at the Eclipse Gold Project, it announced on Friday, 55 kilometres north-east of Kalgoorlie in Western Australia, with work scheduled to begin on 28 September.
Artificial intelligence-based ultrasound software and simulation company Intelligent Ultrasound has submitted its De Novo filing to the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), it announced on Friday, for its ‘ScanNav AnatomyGuide Peripheral Nerve Block’ (PNB) artificial intelligence-based software.
Testing systems and simulation products manufacturer AB Dynamics said on Friday that it had continued to make "good progress" against its strategic priorities despite seeing second-half revenues slide amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
Printed circuit technology company Trackwise Designs has signed a three-year product manufacture and supply agreement with a UK manufacturer of electric vehicles, it announced on Friday, that has the potential to be worth up to £5m in 2021, and with the expectation of increased revenues in 2022 and 2023.
Medical imaging technology company Polarean Imaging has installed its latest research unit order for a ‘9820 Xenon Polariser’ system at the University of Kansas Medical Center, it announced on Friday.
Cybersecurity firm Falanx Group has scored its maiden contract with a US-based managed services provider from the SolarWinds community.
Mobility software company Crimson Tide reported a 40% improvement in turnover in its first half on Friday, to £1. 77, with Sales of £0. 23m and cost of goods sold of £0. 12m recognised due to IFRS 15.
Upstream oil and gas company Sterling Energy reported an adjusted EBITDAX loss of $0. 29m (£0. 11m) in its first half on Friday, widening from its first half loss of $0. 26m a year earlier.
Media firm SpaceandPeople revealed on Friday that chief executive officer Matthew Bending would be stepping down from the board.
Fusion Antibodies shares soared after the antibody specialist said it had made progress on developing coronavirus antigen tests.
Screening technology firm Thruvision has been awarded a contract by US Customs and Border Protection for further units and associated support services.
Data and business information company Wilmington reported preliminary results at the top end of its expectations for revenue and profit on Thursday, with revenues for the year falling 8% to £113. 1m.
Regional REIT reported an EPRA total return of 37. 3% since listing in 2015 in its half-year report on Thursday, representing 7% annualised returns for shareholders.
Data technology company WANdisco reported first-half revenue of $3. 6m (£2. 78m) on Thursday, down from $6m year-on-year.
Ukraine-focussed oil and gas exploration and production company Enwell Energy reported revenue of $24. 7m (£19. 07m) in its first half on Thursday, which was down 21% as a result of weakened gas prices in the period.