It has been a tough summer for Aim with share prices slumping in July. Read more
Banbury-based Westminster Group supplies security, defence, fire and safety products and systems. These include pipeline security systems, explosives detection, surveillance systems, diver detection, border security, covert tracking, blast protection, fire detection systems, emergency lighting, nursecall systems and flood detection systems. Read more 'Westminster Group'
EBTM is an online music-based fashion retailer and wholesaler. The website was launched in July 2005. Read more 'EBTM'
Avesco Group provides equipment and services for sporting events, corporate presentations, entertainment and broadcast markets. Read more 'Avesco Group'
More companies decided to drop their Aim quotation in the first seven months of 2008 than for the whole of 2007. Read more 'Ten considerations before cancelling an Aim quotation'
Online fashion retailer ASOS is an undoubted success story for Aim. The shares are trading at more than 17 times their flotation level and the business has gone from barely more than a concept to a thriving, well known retailer that is second to Next in the online women’s fashion market. Read more 'How patience paid off for ASOS'
Seeing Machines designs integrated software and digital camera technology that tracks human movement and facial reactions. Read more 'Seeing Machines'
Spending management services provider blur Group had $1.14m left in the bank at the end of May 2017 and it needs to raise more in the next month or so.
Construction, energy and analytics recruiter Prime People reported a dip in 2016-17 profit even though net fee income was higher.
Digital and financial services recruitment firm Nakama Group says that revenues and net fee income have risen but the second half has not been as strong as hoped.