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    Refresh looks to $3m IPO.

    Refresh looks to $3m IPO.

    08 Nov 2005 by Gary Kleyn

    Malaga bottled water company Refresh hopes to raise $3 million through a public offer to fund an expansion into the eastern seaboard water market. ...

    Skill lack to stunt growth

    Skill lack to stunt growth

    01 Jul 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    THE economic development of Western Australia will be curtailed over the next few years through nothing more than the lack of skilled labour. ...

    Most local IPOs fail to fire

    Most local IPOs fail to fire

    24 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    WESTERN Australia remained a dominant player among Initial Public Offering hopefuls in the past year, though most of the local IPOs were of insignificant monetary value and performed less than glamoro ...

    Financial Resources seeking more cash

    Financial Resources seeking more cash

    24 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    WESTERN Australian non-bank finance outfit Financial Resources Limited is seeking to raise additional working capital of $1.45 million, which can be extended by a further $1 million. ...

    Tank sales on the rise

    Tank sales on the rise

    24 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    WHETHER it is a newly awakened environmental conscience or the lure of government money that is playing on the minds of Western Australians, water tank sales are on the rise. ...

    Rebates top $1.4 million

    Rebates top $1.4 million

    24 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    IN the three months since the inception of the Waterwise Rebate Program by the Western Australian Government, more than $1.4 million has been provided in rebates to more than 11,000 applicants. ...

    Cultural synergy a key to motivation

    Cultural synergy a key to motivation

    24 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    In part four of a six-part series on motivating employees, Gary Kleyn considers ways to attract quality staff and fit them into a firm’s culture. ...

    Ethical way less risky

    Ethical way less risky

    24 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    BUSINESSES around the world are either being dragged into, or have become willing participants in, a drive to improve their social and environmental performance. ...

    Hybrids steal IPO thunder

    Hybrids steal IPO thunder

    24 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    WITH the share market no longer the automatic cash cow for backers of initial public offerings that it once was, the number of new offerings has continued to slide. ...

    Uni land sale closer

    Uni land sale closer

    17 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    EDITH Cowan University has moved a step closer to realising an estimated $40 million windfall, with the Western Australian Government’s release of proposed amendments to the metropolitan region scheme. ...

    Gleneagle to list

    Gleneagle to list

    17 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    WITH gold prices remaining at historical highs, Gleneagle Gold Limited, a new company led by chairman Tony Brennan and managing director Ian Prentice, is hopeful of raising $5 million through the issue of 25 million, 20 cent shares. ...

    Packaging happiness

    Packaging happiness

    17 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    In the third of a six-part series, Gary Kleyn considers non-monetary means of attracting and keeping quality staff. ...

    Easier ethical choices

    Easier ethical choices

    17 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    In the second instalment of a five-part series on ethical investment Gary Kleyn considers the methods used when making an ethical investment choice. ...

    Oilex treading the boards

    Oilex treading the boards

    17 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    THE chase for oil, with the price hovering at historical highs, continues this month with yet another Western Australian company seeking a public listing on the Australian Stock Exchange. ...

    Data results show confidence rising

    Data results show confidence rising

    10 Jun 2003 by Gary Kleyn

    ECONOMIC data released over the past week indicates that executives are particularly bullish about their future business prospects despite SARS, terrorism and an United States economy that is prey to deflationary pressure. ...

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