Arria NLG, an automated writing developer spun-out from the University of Aberdeen, is due to announce plans to float on the Alternative Investment Market (AIM) by the end of the month, according to news provider The Times. The company will have a £100m valuation when it joins AIM, marking sizeable returns for Aberdeen which still…
Aberdeen’s Arria plans for AIM float
Nov 14, 2013 •
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