Background check services provider ClearStar Inc has won a contract with a facilities management business.
WH Ireland is downgrading its estimates for recruitment software provider Dillistone.
Starcom says that 2019 performance was in line with expectations.
Broadcast software provider Pebble Beach Systems grew revenues by 22% in 2019.
Prospex Oil and Gas is raising £720,000 to fund the purchase of a 49.9% indirect stake in the El Romeral integrated gas and power station project in southern Spain.
Virtual reality attractions equipment developer Immotion is raising £2.85m at 7.25p a share to finance roll outs of VR equipment including a 36-seat VR theatre at Mandalay Bay.
Internet of Things products supplier LightwaveRF intends to leave AIM if it gets shareholder approval.
The Goldplat share price more than doubled after it released its quarterly statement.
Cyber security services provider ECSC generated record second half revenues in 2019.
Esports is a fast-growing area but Gfinity continues to find it difficult to make money.
Hague and London Oil has expanded its facility with Engie Energy Management by Euro4m.
Building services provider Northern Bear has acquired electrical contractor J Lister for an initial £950,000 in cash and shares.
A shareholder has filed two legal claims against simulation technology company SimiGon Ltd.
UniVison Engineering Ltd has signed a framework agreement with the China Railway Engineering (Hong Kong) and China Railway Wuhan Electrification Engineering joint venture.
VR Education did not grow its revenues as much as expected in 2019.
CEPS says that the former managing director of Travelfast has acquired the business after it went into administration.
Orosur Mining Inc has gone some way to finalising its remaining commitments in Uruguay.
Blue Star Capital says that investee company The Drop Esports Inc is planning to reverse into a TSX Venture Exchange shell which intends to move to the Canadian Stock Exchange.
Online gaming technology developer Nektan has placed its Gibraltar-based subsidiary in administration and the UK business has been sold.
Rebel shareholders failed to gain board seats at Plutus PowerGen.
Restaurant operator Tasty has exchanged contracts for the sale of one of its London sites for double its book value.
Oil and gas company i3 Energy is planning to farm-out assets because its low share price makes it difficult to raise cash.
Richland Resources Ltd has completed the sale of Capricorn Sapphire and it has become a shell.
Provexis has improved its interim revenues even before launches of Fruitflow products by By-Health in China.
Futura Medical raised the full £1.5m it was seeking via PrimaryBid.
Malvern International has sold its Malaysian operations.
IXICO has extended two existing contracts and they will contribute an additional £2.4m in revenues.
Trackwise Designs says that there was no improvement in second half trading.
Pressure and temperature monitoring equipment supplier Transense Technologies says that iTrack subscriptions are 40% ahead year-on-year.
Smart home technology supplier LightwaveRF says that like-for-like sales in the first two months of the financial year were 12% ahead at £815,000.
Tekcapital says that investee company Salarius has secured an agreement with national food ingredients broker Accurate Ingredients.
EIS approvals fall
Omega Diagnostics will lose money this year, but it is on course to become profitable in 2020-21 as sales of the VISITECT CD4 test.
House broker Shore Capital has slashed its pre-tax profit forecast for engineer Tricorn Group by two-thirds to £420,000.
Evgen Pharma has entered into an agreement with The University of Dundee for the use of SFX-01 in a clinical trial in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis and liver fibrosis, where there is no existing treatment.
CEPS is selling its investment in the CEM group.
Food ingredients supplier Real Good Food is showing some signs of improvement but there is a long way to go.
Better news from telecoms hardware supplier Filtronic, which is trading in line with expectations.
Property management services provider HML Holdings reported a dip in profit even though revenues increased.
Cyber security services provider ECSC Group has generated record levels of consulting, managed services and incident response revenues.
Inspirit Energy has raised £300,000 at 0.12p a share.
Smart home technology products developer LightwaveRF is reviewing its strategic options and this could include the sale of the company.
Scaleups continue to grow in numbers
Progress at Internet of Things products supplier LightwaveRF has been held back by a lack of working capital.
Orosur Mining Inc has received $690,000 from Newmont Colombia.
Rob Smith has resigned as chief executive of Filtronic.
Westmount Energy made a pre-tax profit of £2.01m in the year to June 2019 thanks to strong performances from Eco (Atlantic) Oil and Gas Ltd and Ratio Petroleum.
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Omega Diagnostics is expected to move into profit next year.
Roofing and building services provider Northern Bear directors say they will not accept the 72p a share tender offer from Cedarvale Holdings.
Patient monitoring devices supplier LiDCO increased its product revenues by 10% in the year to July 2019.
Former Aim company Hague and London Oil reported a decline in revenues in the first half of 2019, but it moved from loss to profit, but this was due to a gain on derivative instruments.
Engineer Tricorn says that its full year results will be worse than expected due to poor trading conditions in the US and UK.
Bezant Resources is selling an 80% stake in the Mankayan copper gold project in the Philippines.
CEPS subsidiary Signature Fabrics is acquiring 90% of Milano International for £1.85m in cash and loan notes.
Podcast company Audioboom has reassured investors that third quarter trading is in line with expectations following the departure of its chief executive last week.
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Specialist Components Ltd has launched a recommended bid for APC Technology Group.
Recruitment consultancy Nakama Group reported lower revenues but a move back into operating profit.
Online competitions organiser Best of the Best has continued its positive momentum.
Tekcapital reported a 27% increase in net assets to $20.5m at the end of May 2019.
Food intolerance and diagnostics company Omega Diagnostics has gained an order for VISITECT CD4 advanced disease from Zimbabwe.
IXICO says that results for the year to September 2019 will be better than expected.
LiDCO says that it is on track to meet 2019-20 expectations.
CEPS says that CEM, including the recently acquired fellow pattern and sample books maker Sampling International, is making an increased loss.
Food intolerance and diagnostics company Omega Diagnostics has delayed its interim results announcement, although it figures appear likely to be in line with expectations.
More good news from Transense Technologies and the share price rose by 9.5p to 70.5p.
Ironveld has entered into confidentiality agreements with potential purchasers of its mining rights for the high-purity iron, vanadium and titanium project in the Bushveld complex in South Africa.
Lock and security products developer Starcom believes that it can still meet revenue expectations for this year even though a client has failed to order the contracted product volumes.
Recovery in fundraisings in the first half of 2019
Neuroscience-focused digital data analysis technology developer IXICO has signed two new biopharmaceutical client contracts worth a total of more than £1m.
Transense Technologies had a strong end to it financial year.