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Printing.com trading broadly in line with market view

Printing.com said in an AGM statement that trading across the group continues to be broadly in line with expectations.

The group's new SaaS offerings, TemplateCloud.com and W3P.com have continued to attract interest, not only in the UK but also in other territories.

"To this end, the Group is engaged in a number of progressed initiatives regarding 'proof of concept' for international licenses in specific territories," the company said in a statement.

Printing.com gives notice of AGM

Print products group Printing.com (LON:PDC) announces that it has posted its Annual Report and Accounts for the year ended 31 March 2013 together with Notice of the AGM, to shareholders.

The AGM is to be held at The Premier Inn - Golden Tulip, Waters Reach, Trafford Park, Manchester M17 1W on Friday 19 July 2013 at 10.00am. The Annual Report and Accounts along with the Notice of AGM are available on the Company's website www.printing.com.

At 11:45am: (LON:PDC) Printing.com share price was 0p at 20p

Share Sleuth's notepad: Printing.com faces the future

When a company makes fundamental changes to its business, it's unsettling for shareholders. Printer Printing.com is turning itself into a software company, but I'm reassured.

Printing.com FY pretax profit falls 28.8% to £0.89m

Printing.com's full-year pretax profit slipped 28.8% to £0.89 million, while turnover fell 5.1% to £20.7 million.

The company proposed a dividend of 2.55p a share, flat year on year.

"In the short term, we believe that the majority of the Group's earnings will continue to be generated from the sale of printing," the company said in a statement.

It said the print market remained competitive, but the company believed the group's channels Flyerzone, BrandDemand and Drukland together with the augmented Printing.com formula, positioned it well to compete.

Printing.com trading continues difficult, costs rise

Printing.com said trading has continued to be difficult since its last market update on Feb. 20.

It added that sales volumes through its new online and template initiatives have shown significant growth, albeit with a rise in marketing expenditure.

The company intends to report its full-year results on June 10.

Printing.com moves into yellow quadrant of uncertainty

Printing.com's recent profit warning is a reminder that its business model seems to be continuously shifting. It's a sign of the times, which are also uncertain.

Printing.com 'materially behind' in current year

Printing.com said soft trading across its European channels, plus greater marketing expenditure, meant it was likely that it was materially behind market expectations in the current year.

"The directors maintain their belief that the plethora of new initiatives including Templatecloud.com and W3P provide sound prospects for the Company moving forward," the company said.

Since the last update to the market, the first W3P Licenses had been granted in the UK. These Licenses generate monthly 'system fees' along with incremental print revenues, printing.com said.

Printing.com 'materially behind' in current year

Printing.com said soft trading across its European channels, plus greater marketing expenditure, meant it was likely that it was materially behind market expectations in the current year.

"The directors maintain their belief that the plethora of new initiatives including Templatecloud.com and W3P provide sound prospects for the Company moving forward," the company said.

Since the last update to the market, the first W3P Licenses had been granted in the UK. These Licenses generate monthly 'system fees' along with incremental print revenues, printing.com said.

Sleuth sniffs out 13 value shares for 2013

Investors often place their trust in "probable" returns rather than tangible value. But not Richard Beddard - and especially not now.

Markets: FTSE 100 heads south on Monday

London's top share index made a dour start to the week, with concerns over the latest Greek bail-out meeting holding investors back on Monday.