Live Company Group, Bahamas Petroleum and Chris Bailey on Marks & Spencer
Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
14:12, 6th November 2019

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Live Company Group, Bahamas Petroleum and Chris Bailey on Marks & Spencer

David Ciclitira, Chairman of Live Company Group (LVCG) FOLLOW talks about their BRICKLIVE Super Series and their joint venture in South Africa.

Live Company Group plc is a live events and entertainment Company, founded by David Ciclitira in December 2017. The Company was admitted to trading on AIM in December 2017, following the reverse acquisition of Brick Live Group and Parallel Live Group by LVCG. The Group is a network of partner-driven fan-based shows using BRICKLIVE created content worldwide. The Company owns the rights to BRICKLIVE - an interactive experience built around the creative ethos of the world's most popular construction toy bricks.


Bahamas Petroleum

Eytan Uliel, Commercial Director of Bahamas Petroleum (BPC) FOLLOW discusses their recent fundraise and what the funds will be used for.

The Bahamas Petroleum Company was formed to invest in an offshore oil exploration programme in licence areas covering approximately 16,000 sq km (4 million acres) in the territorial waters and maritime Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) of The Bahamas. The Group holds 100% interests through wholly owned subsidiaries in five Exploration Licences granted by the Government of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas, and has applications for an additional 5 licences.

(Interview starts at 11 minutes 23 seconds)


Chris Bailey founder of Financial Orbit covers:

Marks & Spencer (MKS) FOLLOW

Intu Properties (INTU) FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 20 minutes 34 seconds)

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