Philip has more than 20 years' experience writing about companies, general finance and investing matters for a variety of publications. His career has involved spells at the Investors Chronicle, where he was small companies and companies editor, Investors Week and most recently as editor of online financial news wire Sharecast. He has also contributed to a wide range of financial-focused publications on a freelance basis.
“If will either fail now or become extremely successful – If it reaches a level of critical mass it will then grow organically.”
President Trump withdrew the US from the Iran Joint Comprehensive Plan Of Action (JCPOA) at the weekend
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Company is a certified partner with Apple, Amazon and Google and Andrew Pearson, the AIM-listed group’s chief executive, is convinced the market is going to be enormous
"Service can be a material standalone revenue stream for the company."
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