We knew it was potentially in the cards (see background) but now an IPO for the B2B Services Exchange, Blur Group, has become a reality: The company today announced that it’s to begin trading on LSE AIM this Friday.
It will consist of a placing of 4,878,049 new ordinary shares at a price of 82 pence ($1.33) per share, raising gross placing proceeds of $6.48 million (£4 million). This will… → Read More
Is that the unfamiliar smell of a European tech IPO in the air? Quite possibly, although let’s not get too far ahead of ourselves: Blur Group, the London-headquartered B2B Services Exchange, has appointed Singer Capital Markets to advise on its next funding path — a path that may well include a listing on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange, says the company.
Blur Group, the B2B services exchange which originally launched to disrupt the creative agency type model employed by Madison Avenue, has followed through on its promise to expand into other verticals. Today it’s launching blur Technology to enable businesses to source “expert providers” to help with things like building mobile and Web apps, Cloud services and migrations, Web commerce systems… → Read More
Don Draper, look away. London-based blur Group has officially launched its Creative Services Exchange, which in their words aims to disrupt the traditional Madison Avenue agency model for the advertising/creative industries. And in doing so, cuts down time to market and, of course, costs.
It’s the usual Internet take on an old industry: offer a platform that more or less cuts out the middle… → Read More