Ideagen, eEnergy and Chris Bailey on Whitbread, easyJet and Aviva
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11:45, 21st May 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Ideagen, eEnergy and Chris Bailey on Whitbread, easyJet and Aviva

Ben Dorks, Chief Executive Officer of Ideagen (IDEA) FOLLOW provides a trading update for the year and outlook for the new financial year.

Ideagen is a UK-headquartered, global technology company quoted on the London Stock Exchange AIM market. The Group provides software and services to organisations operating within highly regulated industries such as aviation, banking and finance and life science, with its main operational premises spread throughout the UK, EU, US, Middle East and SE Asia.

 


Harvey Sinclair, CEO, eEnergy Group (EAAS) FOLLOW outlines the launch of their new COVID-19 package for Schools and gives a general update on business.

eEnergy is an established "Energy Efficiency-as-a-Service" (EEaaS) business currently focused on providing "Light-as-a-Service" to customers through eLight. eLight helps businesses and schools switch to LED lighting for a fixed monthly service fee, avoiding any upfront payments. For customers, the energy savings are greater than the monthly service fee, allowing them to unlock free cashflow from day one as well as to improve the quality of their lighting and reduce carbon emissions. eLight procures, funds, installs and maintains the LED lighting, meaning the customer has no risk.

(Interview starts at 10 minutes 12 seconds)

 


Chris Bailey founder of Financial Orbit covers:

Whitbread (WTB)

easyJet (EZJ)

Aviva (AV.)

(Interview starts at 17 minutes 34 seconds)  

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