Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Ite Group Plc LSE:ITE London Ordinary Share GB0002520509 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +2.30p +3.17% 74.90p 75.30p 75.60p 75.90p 71.00p 71.00p 501,155 16:35:19
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 175.7 -3.7 -1.6 - 555.00

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
09/9/2012
10:45
All looking good here ahead of the final results.
topvest
31/5/2012
13:26
Further Acquisitions Planned ITE LOOKS TO MAKE FURTHER ACQUISITIONS IN INDIA, SOUTHEAST ASIA ITE Group Plc (ITE), the London-based international events organizer that does most of its business in Russia, is looking to make acquisitions in India, Turkey and southeast Asia. The company expects to make further purchases in India and possibly Turkey over the next year, Chief Executive Officer Russell Taylor said today. The "right" acquisition in China may take as long as three years to find, he said. "We are planning to progressively invest our cash balances," Taylor said in a telephone interview. "We are looking at countries like Indonesia and Malaysia and you can never ignore the possibility of investing in China." ITE, which operates in more than 30 countries, bought two companies in Ukraine and one in India in the fiscal first half and is due to complete another purchases in India in the next few days, Taylor said. Acquisitions accounted for two-thirds of the increase in first-half revenue. ITE had net cash of 16.4 million pounds on March 31, compared with 5.5 million pounds on Sept. 30 after free cash flow of 32.7 million pounds in the first half. Its biggest acquisition in the past five years cost 33 million euros ($42 million), according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Net income in the six months ended March 31 surged 89 percent to 5.1 million pounds ($8.1 million), or 2.1 pence a share, from 2.7 million pounds, or 1.1 pence, a year earlier, the company said in a statement. Revenue rose 29 percent to 68.6 million pounds. On a same-store basis revenue booked so far in the current year is 6 percent ahead of this time last year. Source: http://www.businessweek.com/news/2012-05-21/ite-looks-to-make-further-acquisitions-in-india-southeast-asia
northernlass
21/5/2012
09:25
Yes, it keeps on delivering - another good set of results.
topvest
21/5/2012
08:58
@sjewson Yeah, this thing is under the radar. A cracking little set of interims this morning. Net cash up, revenues up 29%, PTP increased from 53m to 69m, divvies 10.5%. That'll do for me.
blippy2
30/3/2012
21:58
It amazes me that no one is even following this share, its been a triple bagger for me, roll on happy dayz!!! A Russian masterpiece play!
sjewson
04/1/2012
17:48
Forecasts appear to be about 16p this and 18p next year. This is a great company in my view. The price may dip short term, but think this will go to £4 or £5+ sometime in the next 5 years or so. If it crashes to a £1 in 2012 I will be topping-up big time!
topvest
04/1/2012
14:23
It might do today I think...
ryandj2222
02/1/2012
12:41
I'd like to trade these under 200p again, but will the market oblige?
nofool
02/12/2011
15:13
Ha yep that's probably true topvest - no attempted rampers which is always good to see on a board. I have some of these for my 1-year-old's CTF, so can be very patient!
ryandj2222
01/12/2011
08:16
Yes, this is a very good company in my view operating in growth markets. With a good dividend and no debt and 30%+ returns on capital it looks very attractive. The fact that nobody posts on this board is also pretty positive!
topvest
30/11/2011
21:38
Seems like a very quiet board! Interesting solid share though, I just bought in at 183 ish yesterday after watching for a whole. With the nice recent results and acquisition plans, I hope it can hit ~270 or more by next year.
ryandj2222
24/10/2011
20:01
I decided to dip my toe in for a few today. The financials of thiAs business are highly impressive - very high operating margins (c30%), massive ROAE (c30%) and no debt. Acquisitions and share buy backs have all been done by cash flow and looks well place to keep pushing the dividend up by 10% or so a year. Emerging market exhibition has to be the place to be and it's traded very well through the recession.
topvest
02/9/2011
14:47
Investec is saying 230p.
new tech
29/7/2011
20:47
UBM - Events business outperforming
grigor
28/7/2011
00:20
TRS - Increasing forward orders
grigor
19/7/2011
17:00
Seem to have bought the Turkish exhibitions using petty cash
grigor
19/7/2011
07:52
3rd quarter results in line with expectation. 20% up on like for like basis 2010. Positive statement from ITE. Core business looking strong, expected growth with the acquisision in Turkey. good your own research, Regards sjewson,
sjewson
08/7/2011
18:14
Director buy - £85,400.00 from Neil England
grigor
15/6/2011
09:29
Phew - I wondered if something more fundamental had happened... "Lower down the market, ITE Group made the biggest loss on the FTSE 250 after analysts at Investec cut their rating on the stock from "buy" to "hold". Stock in the conference organiser fell 5 per cent to 226.3p." http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/539597dc-971a-11e0-9c9d-00144feab49a.html#axzz1PKbfMzNk
elgordo
09/6/2011
17:24
I was approached by telephone yesterday by an agent asking me If I would like to sell my shares they would give me a very good offer, I refused because I do not do business this way. I wonder if any one has had the same phone calls? This has happened to me for the second time this year.
company
23/5/2011
11:50
Goldman swapped SGP with ITE group in its conviction buy list Friday - explains activity http://www.cnbc.com/id/43131845
soundbuy
16/5/2011
12:56
http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?id=201105160700106160G "ITE has delivered a good performance during the first half of the year as the recovery seen last year turned to sustained growth in our core markets. This momentum has been complemented by the initial contribution from the recently acquired businesses as well as the organic development of our exhibition portfolio. The acquisitions of MVK and Krasnodar Expo have strengthened and diversified our Russian business considerably, adding 40 new exhibitions. The events that have run to date have performed in line with our expectations and the integration is going well. The Moscow market is now trading well and our regional markets are steadily improving. As at 12 May 2011 the Group has booked revenues for the current financial year of £137.1m (2010: £98.1m), which includes sales from newly acquired business as well as organic growth. On a like-for-like basis volume sales are more than 10% ahead of this time last year. The financial position of the Group remains strong with net cash of £13.4m at 12 May 2011. Good trading conditions in our markets allied with their longer term potential give the Board confidence in ITE's future prospects". Positive outlook Lot of goodwill on the balance sheet which is fairly typical for a media company 1/2 revenue from Russia and 1/3 from CIS
grigor
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