Commercialisation firm NetScientific will delist from Aim to free up cash for its portfolio companies, having failed to attract concrete offers after putting itself up for an acquisition.

UK-based commercialisation firm NetScientific is to delist from the Aim stock exchange in a bid to pare back its operational costs and protect its remaining cash availability. The decision comes after a strategic review that concluded NetScientific’s cost obligations must be “significantly” reduced to free up more capital for investing into its portfolio companies. NetScientific…

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