MediaZest was formed in 2004, and admitted to AIM in February 2005. The principal activity of the Group is to provide technical and creative digital media solutions to its clients. These solutions entail responding to specific briefs by location and recommending use of various technologies that enhance the venues and engage and attract customers to the client's benefit. The product range includes: holographic images, unique projections, screen media, audio, interactive solutions, networks and virtual mannequin. Its clients are principally brand owners, retailers, media agencies, educational establishments and corporate clients. The Group works across all aspects of the business: Content Creation, System Design and Specification, Sales and Marketing, Management, Technical Support, Engineering, Design Documentation, Maintenance, Installation, Finance and Administration. They are effectively a one-stop shop for digital media at or near the point of sale.


Internal changes allow for capitalisation of product suite
Published: May 14 2007

  • Provides technical and creative digital media solutions
  • Well positioned to take advantage of changes in advertising market
  • Acquisition of Touch Vision broadens the customer base
  • Share price overshadowed by misconception that they are dependant on the advertising revenue cycle


Foreign buyers gorging on UK stocks

Document can be downloaded here: UK plc ‘going for a song’

Being a shareholder in a company that receives a juicy takeover offer is a marvellous feeling. Something that many fortunate investors have experienced over the past 3 years. Thanks to a spate of M&A bids by deep pocketed overseas buyers – partly triggered by the June 2016 Brexit result, which sent the £ tumbling and adversely affected the FTSE.

Consequently today, given this trend is unlikely to end anytime soon, we’ve highlighted 30 possible acquisition ideas in the attached research paper. Spilt equally between large and smallcap stocks – covering a broad selection of industries.

What’s more we believe most of these businesses are underpinned by strong fundamentals and substantial upside in the event of predatory interest.

According to Factset Mergerstat/BVR, the average bid premium paid for such deals between 2004-14 was 30% – with the figure trending upwards since the global financial crisis.

Happy investing. Published 27th August 2019