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Reabold Resources plc is an investing company investing in the exploration and production ("E&P") sector. The Company's investing policy is to acquire direct and indirect interests in exploration and producing projects and assets in the natural resources sector, and consideration is currently given to investment opportunities anywhere in the world. As an investor in upstream oil & gas projects, Reabold aims to create value from each project by investing in undervalued, low-risk, near-term upstream oil & gas projects and by identifying a clear exit plan prior to investment.
1pm plc is a group of established independent finance companies focused on providing SMEs with accessible funding to add value to their businesses. All customers must have good credit histories and proven ability to repay their finance commitments. 1pm plc's purpose is "to grow together" and its goal is to be "the specialist finance provider of choice".
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BigDish is a food technology company that operates a yield management platform for restaurants. Yield management is a dynamic pricing strategy that charges different prices at different times for the same products. American Airlines started to use yield management in the 1970s which changed the way airline seats are sold. The hotel industry also has widely adopted yield management. The restaurant industry has typically been a slow adopter of technology and as such yield management has been underutilised. Even the busiest restaurants have empty tables and quieter evenings. BigDish's application of yield management enables restaurants to offer customers discounts at quieter times to optimise their revenue by bringing in additional customers.
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