Company visits

Tristel: Caught in the expectations trap

Tristel’s share price has dived because it’s not doing as well as managers led credulous investors to believe it would. That isn’t to say it’s doing badly.

ITE AGM: If not now, then when?

The problem for investors timing ITE’s recovery is that by the time it’s recovering, it may be too late to profit.

Four steps to a better AGM

Annual General Meetings get a bad rap. Depicted as stuffy formalities they are, actually, your best opportunity to learn about a business.

Tristel AGM: Breakthrough products and untapped markets

A trip to Newmarket yesterday reveals breakthrough products, untapped markets, plenty of answers and even more questions about how much it’s all worth.

Finsbury Food AGM: Trust me, I'm a director

The baker’s board wants to have its cake and eat it.

In control at FW Thorpe

A trip to Redditch reveals what keeps the lights on at a British manufacturing success.

Ricardo AGM: Something to applaud

It’s not often a shareholder stands at the end of an annual general meeting, thanks the board and the company’s staff, and leads other shareholders in a round of applause.

AGM: Alumasc - after the recovery

Niche building products group Alumasc has recovered. At the company's AGM this morning, thoughts turned to the future.

Cohort AGM: Back on mission

Defence technology company Cohort floated in 2006 with the intention of completing one acquisition a year. For a while things went quiet, but it’s resumed its acquisitive mission.

Games Workshop AGM: A relentless profit machine

Games Workshop is casting itself as a relentless profit making machine. Customers, staff, and investors who don’t like it better get out of the way.

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