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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Huntsworth Plc LSE:HNT London Ordinary Share GB00B0CRWK29 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 107.50 107.50 108.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 264.9 29.8 5.6 19.2 400

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22/1/2014
08:13
Thanks ERB2008 just a matter of time before this takes off
tom111
22/1/2014
06:47
They are hiring some big hitters!! 14 January 2014 Huntsworth plc ("Huntsworth") Huntsworth appoints new senior leadership team for Asia-Pacific Huntsworth plc, the international PR and healthcare communications group, today announced that Chris Tang will be appointed Chief Executive Officer for Asia-Pacific, with effect from February 1. Bob Pickard – who was previously announced for that role – joins the company this week in the newly created and more senior office of Chairman for Asia-Pacific, effective immediately. Reporting to Huntsworth's Group CEO, Lord Chadlington, both Pickard and Tang will work closely together to grow the Group's global brands in the region, which currently include Citigate, Grayling, and Huntsworth Health. Pickard will continue to be based in Singapore with a focus on client development and new business, including global communications for Asian multinationals. He will also chair the firm's new regional Board. Based in Beijing, Tang will have full P&L responsibilities for Huntsworth's Asia-Pacific operations with all offices reporting to her. In addition, Tang will also play a pivotal role in the strategic alliance with BlueFocus, China's leading communications company, which recently made a £36.5 million investment in Huntsworth. With 20 years of communications business experience, Tang was most recently the Asia-Pacific Managing Director of The Hoffman Agency, a global technology PR agency headquartered in Silicon Valley. Whilst there, she successfully led six wholly owned offices in Tokyo, Seoul, Beijing, Shanghai, Hong Kong and Singapore plus a network of regional affiliates. Prior to this, she served eight years at Text 100 Public Relations, with the first three years in Sydney as Business Development Manager for Asia-Pacific followed by five years as Managing Director of Greater China heading up the firm's Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong operations. Earlier in her career, Tang founded Elite Consulting Limited in Beijing and was Managing Director of the business before its acquisition by Text 100. Lord Chadlington commented: "Chris has a tremendous track record in building successful communications businesses. I'm confident she will be able to capitalize on our many promising opportunities in China, Asia-Pacific and internationally by partnering with Blue Focus. Chris and Bob together form a formidable senior leadership team for Asia-Pacific. Their collective ambition, ability and experience, I'm sure, will make a real difference in significantly expanding the scale of our operations and developing our brands right across the region." Tang has extensive experience across a wide range of industries such as technology, media, finance, healthcare, education, mining and energy and in disciplines including corporate communications, stakeholder engagement, executive communications training, issues and 2 crisis management and social media communications.
erb2008
16/1/2014
09:00
talking to myself looks as if we could be on the way down again
tom111
14/1/2014
09:10
is this the day we finally break out? Current price 70p ..Seems we have a lot of buyers all of a sudden
tom111
07/1/2014
19:13
up and down like a flaming yo yo
tom111
01/1/2014
09:38
Grayling has been the problem here for some time but now it is spreading its wings other than Europe and the UK we should over the next 12 months see a vast improvement along with the share price imo
tom111
31/12/2013
22:34
Amazing how this is still so low. 75p before results imop
henleytrader
31/12/2013
17:05
Here we are again nearing the resistance level of 70p with the results due in ac couple of months lets hope it is finally breached.Could be the track record over the last 5 years will be broken bing,things are looking up in this sector
tom111
23/12/2013
13:47
I think u mentioned this before bing I will wait for the next results before I consider topping up
tom111
23/12/2013
00:22
Hnt drops around this time of the year for the last 5 years. See the chart for the last 5 yrs. That was the reason I came out of it in mid Nov. From mid jan is good entry point though. Again see the chart.
bingaxu
20/12/2013
18:50
fillipe can u believe brokers you must remember the shares have been diluted because of the new allocation of shares to Blue Focus,however still expecting a recovery here,or a takeover
tom111
20/12/2013
17:59
tom, all that I can see is the 19-11-2013 forecast from Panmure Panmure Gordon 19/12/2013 2013 eps 5.81p div 3.50p 2014 eps 5.74p div 2.50p Msybe that div drop will have caused an income holder to dump or the 2.5p is an error. Dunno and can't see anything more anywhere. f
fillipe
20/12/2013
17:42
Just spotted the drop....too late to see it happening on Level 2, but it looks to have been persistent selling from around 1530 hrs. Very odd....will look out for HNT on Monday... a very old friend but they seem to be losing it. f
fillipe
20/12/2013
16:32
bit dramatic?sales outweighed buys two to one
tom111
19/12/2013
11:44
About time this started to move,well undervalued
tom111
03/12/2013
16:36
Me and my big mouth lol
tom111
03/12/2013
15:15
Profit taking today.
blueball
29/11/2013
18:29
looks as if this is about to jump higher
tom111
19/11/2013
10:24
two sells over 400,000
tom111
19/11/2013
10:07
big volume today, any thoughts r they buys or sells?
11mel
07/11/2013
07:23
You would have to think that the end game is a takeover - Chadlington sold his previous business to IPG - he is not getting any younger. Melissa TanThe Straits TimesWednesday, Nov 06, 2013A chinese communications giant will pump up to US$100 million (S$124.3 million) into a Singapore investor relations firm as part of its global expansion plans. BlueFocus Communication Group president Peter Mao told The Straits Times last Tuesday that this money will be put into home-grown company Financial PR over the next five years. In June 2011, it bought 40 per cent of Financial PR, which has 22 staff members in Singapore, for HK$80 million (S$12.8 million). Financial PR group managing director Kathy Zhang said last Tuesday that even with a promised war chest of up to US$100 million, the agency was not looking to acquire at the moment. However, she said the firm would keep an eye out for opportunities in the region in areas such as corporate governance advisory. She added that the investor relations industry in Singapore "has gone through consolidation" over the past five years. Financial PR earned HK$20 million in 2011. BlueFocus recently also snapped up a stake in the parent company of local public relations agency Citigate Dewe Rogerson I.mage in April this year. It paid £36.5 million (S$72.3 million) to acquire a stake of nearly 20 per cent in London-listed Huntsworth, according to media reports. The deal was completed last month. Huntsworth also owns public relations firm Grayling. Mr Mao said that BlueFocus was looking overseas, given cheaper valuations in markets such as the United States and Europe, where it has recently acquired communications companies. He added that it aims to raise the percentage of its revenue from outside China to 30 per cent. The firm is listed on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange's ChiNext board and has a market capitalisation of about 25 billion yuan (S$5 billion). Mr Mao said that BlueFocus, which employs about 2,000 people, is an entirely private company without Chinese government ties. hxxp://business.asiaone.com/news/chinese-pr-giant-invest-124m-spore-firm
erb2008
27/10/2013
20:35
Interesting observations, maybe my significant move will be down based on that data. Even if the fundamentals are different there will be others trading this trend.
mark10101
27/10/2013
17:12
I had a look at HNT last 5 year chart performance. Shockingly discovered this: 27/10/2008, 40p, 19/12/2008, 19.5p, 51% Drop. 27/10/2009, 69p, 19/12/2009, 63p, 8% drop. 27/10/2010, 80p, 3/12/2010 , 71p, 11% drop. 27/10/2011, 58p, 14/12/2011, 38.75p, 33.2% drop. 27/10/2012, 47p, 17/12/2012, 37P, 21% drop. 27/10/2013, 66p, 10/12/2012, 48???? For the last 5 years for the same period of year, it drops average 28.4%. Is this year HNT is gonna make any difference??? Any comments?
bingaxu
25/10/2013
23:04
Cheers, I have bought two shares recently that seem to be behaving very similarly at almost exactly the same price 32RED and HNT. I get the sense both are about to make a significant move, I am just hoping it is up.
mark10101
25/10/2013
15:22
Here's the Bluefocus RNS... http://uk.advfn.com/news/UKREG/2013/article/59749326
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