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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Integrafin Holdings Plc LSE:IHP London Ordinary Share GB00BD45SH49 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -3.50 -0.64% 545.00 544.00 545.00 550.00 543.00 549.00 848,333 16:29:56
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Financial 107.3 52.3 13.7 39.8 1,806

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01/10/2011
15:42
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marab
30/9/2011
20:57
Finding value from European funded projects Now to some you may see the title of this and think value – really?!? All that paperwork, (usually) a two year project requiring lots of work/effort.... I see some nodding heads in the distance however, and it's a big however, European projects can offer you endless opportunities to expand your business forte. Let's start with the creation of a project: You've put the application in and it's turned out to be a success, now you need to actually do the project. Each partner you have bought into the consortium offers expertise in a particular area crucial to the end product you're aiming to create. You haven't picked these partners for just any reason; make sure you utilize their expertise to the maximum to create a product that is a true representative of the consortium. To create the product it needs to be something that is achievable, if it isn't achievable within timeframe or budget then decide what is (that's as close to your original plan as possible) and make that the best it can be to compensate for not reaching the goal line. If it is achievable that's fantastic, you are probably one of the few lucky ones that will actually create exactly what you have set out to do. Collaboration: European projects allow you to work with organisations and individuals you wouldn't normally set out to work with. It enables eyes to be opened to the endless opportunities that are outside your normal remit. It can be these organisations that compliment your working ethos. Such partnerships can lead to greater opportunities and lasting business relationships. Work well as a team results in a long lasting business strategy for future collaboration. Experience Trading in your own country can be very different from trading in a neighbouring country. For particular countries you need to learn the culture, the working ethos and for others you can just dive right in. European projects encourage you to work with partners from a host of countries and through successful project collaboration you learn the culture, you learn how to communicate effectively and you learn the business behind the project or mould you need to acquire for that particular partnering country. Most of all the experience you gain from working on such project is something that can't be taught it must be experienced. Value You've met the partner's, you've gained the experience now you want to get the value. This can come from many different elements. Value can come from: The knowledge that you have collaborated on a project that benefits your target audience. The experience you gain/learn The effort you have put into the final outcome And most of all the people you meet and work with It's been two years working on a European funded project and the value and experience gained from it has been worth the steep learning curve needed to work through in order to meet the rising standard of the project. You never know you even may pick up a variety of words from various languages.....cheers, salud, jubel, наз;дрk2;ве and noroc http://pixelearning.wordpress.com/2011/09/30/finding-value-from-european-funded-projects/#more-507
mike_f
28/9/2011
15:46
1 mill buy
moreforus
26/9/2011
12:29
No problem. ATB
mike_f
26/9/2011
09:59
Thanks Mike - and for your regular inputs into this thread.
touchingskies
26/9/2011
08:00
Hi TouchingSkies, You are not wrong in the fact that dilution has happened over the last couple of years pretty much like clockwork, however just last month the company showed that it is now making a profit (2010: £1,043,000 loss!) and that they reduced the current liabilities by £974,000 to £809,000. A significant sum! When the company made the most recent placing it was to be used to continue the Company's acquisition policy and there was no mention of working capital needed. If the company continues to make a profit I do not think there will be any more need for placing's for general working capital and the company can become self sufficient IMHO.
mike_f
26/9/2011
07:48
On watchlist. Their last financial figures show a net balance of £39K, thus continued emphasis on acquisitions, whilst the general market sentiment holds back Pixel sales will lead to further dilution of 100+ million of shares as has happened annually since 2009...or am I wrong?
touchingskies
26/9/2011
07:28
AGM Statement 2011 and Board Changes The Annual General Meeting of Intellego Holdings plc, the AIM traded must have digital learning business, will be held today. At the Meeting the Chairman, Angus Forrest, will make the following statement: "I am pleased to update you on the Company's progress. The previously announced plan to increase the emphasis on owning and creating its own intellectual property has advanced with the acquisition of PIXELearning Ltd (Pixel) in May 2011. The aim is to raise gross margins and generate more revenues and recurring income. In the past four months the balance sheet has been strengthened as a result of injections of capital and the administration of Intellego Group Ltd. Board Changes The critical feature of any business is its management, and today we announce a number of changes. Through the acquisition of Pixel, we were joined by Andy Hasoon who has 19 years' experience of the learning industry and who will take on the role of CEO with immediate effect. Andy Hasoon said "I am looking forward to growing sales, focusing investment in marketing, developing distribution channels and strengthening our sales force in order to expand the customer base and increase the sales per customer. In addition to seeking expanding our product portfolio, we have been evaluating several other acquisitions and expect to make announcements in the next quarter." Other changes are as follows: Bruce Leith reverts to his role as non-executive Director. Robert Murphy has resigned as Finance Director and Company Secretary to pursue his other business interests. The Board of Intellego thanks Robert for his contribution to the Company over the past two years during the transition stage as Intellego evolves from a distributor to a publisher and for the notable achievement of substantially improving the balance sheet. The interim Finance Director, a non-Board appointment, is Derek Watson FCA. I remain as Chairman. Business update The business is being developed through three complementary services: 1. Gap analysis tools and content delivery systems 2. Learning Content 3. Assessment tools Pixel has been fully integrated creating new opportunities to incorporate the latest in serious games functionality into our product offerings. Whilst we are creating an increasing number of high value opportunities, the general economic uncertainty has caused delays in customer decisions and sales have been lower than anticipated. Outlook The main emphasis is on growing sales and we are focussing investment in marketing, developing distribution channels and strengthening our sales force in order to expand the customer base and increase the sales per customer. In addition to seeking complementary library acquisitions, we have been evaluating several other acquisitions and expect to make announcements in the next quarter." So we should hear about the next acquisition before Xmas.
mike_f
22/9/2011
13:38
Major shareholders also updated.
mike_f
22/9/2011
12:44
Added these associated companies to the header: http://www.milamberinvestments.com/ http://www.pixelearning.com/ http://f1seriousgames.com/
mike_f
22/9/2011
08:03
I agree it is not easy to make anything at the mo but hoping if get get a good update we get a small flurry of buys, after all that's all this stock needs to rise 30-40%
mike_f
22/9/2011
07:47
yes i hope so but the general markets are so dire at the moment - the market "knows" this is making a profit ...= to 25% of the market cap....it shouldnt be going down...but we are getting forced/bored sellers chasing faster names... i cannot see sanity returning to the markets for a long time... if they made 150k gbp last year..and they are significantly up on that in h1 then we might be on a p/e of 1 or 2...
moreforus
22/9/2011
07:44
I know more4 but it can't do any more damage atm lol You aware of the AGM next week? Should get a little update then...
mike_f
22/9/2011
07:43
http://www.24-7pressrelease.com/press-release/university-of-east-london-shortlisted-by-elearning-awards-for-toolwire-learnscapes-235014.php
mike_f
22/9/2011
07:42
Mike F .. what did we say about posting excellent positive research...(-;
moreforus
22/9/2011
07:40
http://bcb.lmno.co.uk/component/content/article/53-extra-curricular/156-enterprise-challenge-winners-for-2011
mike_f
21/9/2011
15:14
Bought myself another 381k :) No brainer at this price IMHO.
mike_f
21/9/2011
09:54
AGM next week. Last year contained an update. Hoping we see the same again.
mike_f
19/9/2011
10:14
1 mill buy...defensive raising of public offer
moreforus
14/9/2011
16:00
WINS just joined PEEL on bid again, now 2v1 .18-.2p
mike_f
14/9/2011
15:53
Interims were released on the 26th October last year so we don't have long to wait for them really lol
mike_f
14/9/2011
15:42
as long as there is an odd upward movement to 0.50p fair value i will be quite happy
moreforus
14/9/2011
15:39
Very odd movements today!
mike_f
14/9/2011
13:58
Wan't full ask for 500k online so limits not really changed...
mike_f
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