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October 2014 AIM Prospector goes live

AIM Prospector, the online magazine from Blackthorn Focus was published today. Five companies featured.

You can read the September edition here.

The October edition includes the UK firm that holds the record for the largest number of successive annual dividend increases.

AIM Investor Focus returns in October

AIM Investor Focus, the Blackthorn Focus event for AIM-quoted companies, their investors and the media, will run again on October 23rd at the City offices of stockbroker finnCap.

"October will be the fifth occasion that AIM Investor Focus has run" said David O'Hara, Founder of Blackthorn Focus. "The event enjoys a high degree of repeat attendance and previous participating companies have gone on to deliver significant share price gains."

AIM-quoted companies Cohort, SCISYS, Sprue Aegis and Trakm8 will all be presenting from 11:40 at finnCap.

"The calibre of assembled companies speaks for itself" added Mr O'Hara. "The support of event partners finnCap, MHP Communications and Winningtons is also welcomed. I look forward to delivering another high quality investor event on October 23rd."

The event is free for private investors to attend. To apply for a place at AIM Investor Focus, fill in the form here.

September AIM Prospector goes live

AIM Prospector, the online magazine from Blackthorn Focus was published today. Five companies featured.

You can read the September edition here.

"I am pleased to again bring write-ups on five AIM-quoted companies to AIM investors" said David O'Hara, Founder of Blackthorn Focus and editor of AIM Prospector. "AIM Prospector seeks to avoid the more speculative companies on AIM and I am pleased to have attracted a dedicated readership that appreciates this."

August 2014 AIM Prospector goes live

AIM Prospector, the online magazine from Blackthorn Focus is published today. Five companies featured.

You can read the August edition here.

"As investor interest in AIM increases, it is vital that the market is supported by a vibrant media" said David O'Hara, Founder of Blackthorn Focus and editor of AIM Prospector. "AIM Prospector brings free write-ups on five AIM-quoted companies a month. Blackthorn Focus is proud to publish AIM Prospector."

July 2014 AIM Prospector goes live

The July 2014 edition of AIM Prospector, the Blackthorn Focus publication dedicated to AIM-quoted companies, went live to the public today.

There is a link to the publication here.

"It's great to get another edition of AIM Prospector out." said David O'Hara, Founder of Blackthorn Focus and Editor of AIM Prospector. "The level of interest in AIM shares has increased significantly in recent months. AIM Prospector fills an important niche by producing a significant write-up on five AIM-quoted companies every month."

"The commercial support of the industry is vital to AIM Prospector's long-term future. For that reason I am very pleased to thank Spreadex and Stockopedia for their support."

June edition of AIM Prospector goes live

The June 2014 edition of AIM Prospector, the Blackthorn Focus magazine dedicated to covering AIM-quoted companies, is now live.

"AIM is home to a large number of fascinating businesses" said David O'Hara, Founder of Blackthorn Focus and editor of AIM Prospector. "AIM Prospector could not happen without the support of its commercial sponsors: Walbrook PR and Spreadex. It is of great credit to these organisations that they support the initiative."

You can read AIM Prospector free of charge here.

AIM Investor Focus: April 30th

AIM Investor Focus, the investor access event for AIM-quoted companies, will run again on April 30th.

Six companies will be participating. The event brings together private investors, fund managers and media in one place and on one day to meet some of AIM's most successful companies.

Participating companies are: Alternative Networks, Brooks Macdonald, Gooch & Housego, IndigoVision, Lidco and Share plc.

The event will be hosted by finnCap. PR partner for the event is MHP Communications.

Tim Ward, Chief Executive of the Quoted Companies Alliance, will be joining as event chair and lunchtime speaker.

Private investors can apply to attend the event free of charge here.

"I know of no better event for AIM and smallcap investors than AIM Investor Focus" said David O'Hara, Founder of Blackthorn Focus. "It gives me great pleasure to again announce a strong programme of both participating companies and partners. This will be the third occasion that MHP and finnCap have supported the event and again I welcome them. Thanks also go to Tim Ward, whose organisation does such great work for quoted companies in the UK."

April edition of AIM Prospector goes live

AIM Prospector, the Blackthorn Focus online magazine dedicated to reporting on AIM companies is made available to all readers today.

Again, the magazine features reports on five AIM-quoted companies and is sponsored by Walbrook PR, the City financial PR firm. AIM Prospector can be read here:

http://www.aimprospector.co.uk/news/201404-edition-live

Blackthorn Focus launches AIM Prospector

Blackthorn Focus today announces the launch of AIM Prospector, a new online magazine filled with free research and analysis of AIM-quoted companies.

"With AIM shares now allowed into ISAs and with the abolition of stamp duty on AIM trades on its way in April, AIM is probably one of the most tax-efficient investment classes of all" said David O'Hara, Founder of Blackthorn Focus.

"To highlight some of the opportunities present in this market, Blackthorn Focus has launched AIM Prospector. The magazine is free to readers."

Blackthorn Focus would like to thank Walbrook PR for its sponsorship of AIM Prospector.

"Walbrook PR has the vision to appreciate the need for a publication like this in the UK smallcap market. Their support shows their commitment to the sector and their wisdom in acknowledging that smallcap media cannot happen without commercial support."

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