Dates Catch Up 28 June
I have a couple of dates coming up next month which should be interesting, the first of which is focused on Cambridge based BRADY.
Having already secured additional contract wins earlier this year, the company last week informed the market that it had won a significant new contract with a top tier multi-asset trading house.
This will see Brady providing software to support the client’s refined metals and concentrates businesses in four continents spanning the globe.
Having last caught up with the CEO and FD in Cambridge more than twelve months ago, this time I have been invited up to the London office, which should be interesting.
The story has been unfolding nicely here and although the shares are now up to £1.06p, I am hoping that continued progress over the medium term will deliver further share price appreciation.
I also have a conference call lined up with the management at DIGITAL GLOBE SERVICES, a company which I briefly touched upon here last week.
There is no visit with this one as CEO Jeff Cox will be in the US, but hopefully the opportunity around the middle of next month will be an ideal time to glean a little more on the business and where it is currently at in terms of recovery.
The shares on this one are currently 51p, above the 52 week low, but a good way off of the £1.90p.
Apart from my annual pilgrimage to the Newmarket races July festival, there is one other date pencilled in for the 28 July, which concerns another Cambridge company which I have been covering a fair bit here of late.
That comes in the form of SCIENTIFIC DIGITAL IMAGING, the company headed by Ken Ford and Mike Creedon.
SDI delivers its preliminary results on that day and I will be catching up with the Chairman and CEO, to chat over the numbers along with more importantly prospects for 2016 and beyond.