The mobile and e-health company is set for first production from its facility in Guangzhou, China.
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Contracted revenues were $3.7 million last quarter but didn’t include Solo app sales for Samsung watches.
The company provides digital content such as entertainment systems to its clients.
Swift’s investors will vote on its planned acquisition of ad specialist Medical Media.
Animoca is partnering with a company overseeing the world’s largest purpose-built blockchain e-commerce platform designed for trading virtual items.
The company is planning an initial 5,000-tonne bulk sample to develop organic N-P-K fertiliser products for local farmers.
The new Lympo Squat mobile app provides cryptocurrency as motivation for performing squats.
The company provides software related to data security.
MediaConsent is one of ShareRoot’s three platforms.
The company is focused on producing synthetic graphite and hydrogen using its low-cost, low-emission Hazer Process.
The Medical Media acquisition not only extends Swift’s reach into the Medical vertical but also accelerates their move into advertising.
engage:BDR is a digital advertising company based in California.
Vmoto is a global scooter manufacturing and distribution company.
Medical Media has a network of digital screens that it uses to advertise for its clients.
Atari is one of the world’s most famous producers of video games.
Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department will test market readiness of new Kojensi Gov version.
The Hazer Process converts natural gas and iron ore into hydrogen and high-quality graphite.
iClick is a China-based, NASDAQ-listed online marketing platform.
The partnership is expected to generate US$8 million revenue in calendar year 2019.
More than $60 million has flowed into the Australian managed investment scheme fund in 2018.
The graphite samples were produced by the proprietary and patented Hazer Process.
The company is primarily focused on increasing interest in European B2C and B2B markets.
The company is chaired by Australia's former defence and foreign affairs minister Stephen Smith.
The company plans to bring a new high-speed, mass production printer to market this year.
Covata’s SafeShare platform is used by more than 27 Australian government agencies and enterprises in sensitive industries such as defence.