Clipper Logistics has entered into an agreement with luxury fashion platform Farfetch to provide pan-European e-fulfilment and returns management services from a new facility in Venray, Netherlands.
Interior design and furnishings group Sanderson Design said on Thursday that brand product sales in December had been stronger than initially expected.
Video game and entertainment creative and development service provider Sumo Group said on Thursday that its revenue and adjusted EBITDA for 2020 were expected to be ahead of consensus market expectations, with adjusted EBITDA for the year of at least £16m.
The publisher of the Daily Mail has reported a 15% fall in first quarter revenue on the back of weaker print advertising income and cancellations in its events business.
Video game label, creative partner and developer Team17 said on Thursday that its performance in 2020 was ahead of its expectations, with year-on-year revenue and adjusted EBITDA growth of around 34% and 36%, respectively.
Healthcare software and systems company EMIS Group said on Thursday that, following an improvement in the second half, trading for 2020 was “marginally ahead” of its expectations, with both revenue and adjusted operating profit maintained at similar levels to the prior year.
Serica Energy has received a renewed licence and secondary sanctions assurance from the US Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) relating to the North Sea Rhum field, it announced on Thursday, in which it has a 50% interest.
Marketing software provider Dotdigital said on Thursday that its organic revenue from continuing operations rose by 22% in its first half, to £28. 2m.
Pets at Home stuck to its outlook for annual results as the company posted an 18% increase in third quarter revenue amid a boom in pet product sales.
X-ray imaging specialist Image Scan said on Thursday that it has been awarded a contract to supply three portable scanning systems to the Royal Air Force.
Sage said it traded in line with expectations in the first quarter as the business software group's recurring revenue grew strongly.
Close Brothers hailed a "strong" first half on Thursday, and said it remained well placed for the rest of the year despite increased uncertainty.
Hipgnosis Songs Fund sought to raise more money to buy song rights as it announced a deal for producer royalties on albums by Metallica and Michael Bublé.
Direct-to-consumer bed company Eve Sleep said its revenue improved 6% in 2020 to £25. 2m, driven by 18% growth in the second half.
Property developer Countryside Properties said on Thursday that its first-quarter performance was in line with expectations, with total completions and average sale prices both growing during the period.
Ibstock said on Thursday that it saw a continuation of improving market trends during the fourth quarter of 2020, with “encouraging” activity levels seen across its key end-market segments.
Investment platform AJ Bell reported a rise in first-quarter assets under administration and net inflows on Thursday as its customer numbers grew.
Energy producer and explorer Energean said delivery of first gas from its Israeli fields could slip by up to three months due to manpower shortages.
Tate & Lyle has appointed Vivid Sehgal as its chief financial officer with effect from 1 May.
IG Group is to expand its US presence after agreeing a $1bn deal to acquire American broker tastytrade, the online trader announced on Thursday, as it posted record interim numbers.
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