UK technology companies prepare to go public
Monday 18th January 2010
A number of UK technology companies are preparing to go public this year.
The moves signal an end to a three-year drought, the FT reports.
Promethean, a provider of electronic whiteboards and interactive learning systems for schools; and Sophos, the Oxford-based internet security group are said to be preparing to float.
AVG Technologies, which provides antivirus software; Acision, the former Logica mobile phone messaging business; Betfair, the London-based internet betting company and Codemasters, the computer games company are among other possibles.
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