By Andrew Hore
Date: Friday 26 Nov 2010
Broker Jendens Securities is bringing its first new company to AIM in the form of Greek mobile marketing services and entertainment provider InternetQ.
Jendens is broker to Motive Television, which recently completed a reverse takeover, but this will be the first virgin company that it raised money for and floated on AIM.
Internet Q was founded a decade ago by current executive vice chairman Panagiotis Dimitropoulos. His main role is to drive international growth. The business provides brands and operators with direct response campaigns and loyalty programmes. It also develops customer communities for its clients.
Clients include Vodafone, MTV and Axel Springer.
InternetQ (www.internetq.com) intends to join AIM on 10 December. No indication has been given about the amount of money the company wants to raise or the potential valuation.
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