Audio Interviews

ValueTheMarkets Podcast 023 – with Steve Quah and Andrew Harvey of Aeorema Communications (AEO)

07 Oct 2019 | by: Richard Mason

Today’s guests on the ValueTheMarkets podcast are Steve Quah, CEO, and Andrew Harvey, Managing Director of Aeorema Communications (LSE:AEO). The company largely operates through its events division Cheerful Twentyfirst to deliver immersive events using the latest technologies and interactive platforms. Last week, Aeorema released its final results showing a 40% year-on-year increase in revenues to £6.7m, giving pre-tax profit of £375k. Around 60pc of these revenues were generated from activities outside the UK. In the interview, Steve and Andrew discuss the large opportunity the corporate events sector offers, their growth plans for Aeorema, and its international activities. Today, the firm announces more details regarding its work with BBC studios at MIPCOM in Cannes.

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