BVI-based Hecta Media announces AIM float on November 14

British Virgin Islands-registered Hecta Media reported on October 30 about its plans to float on AIM. It is expected that dealings in the company’s shares will start on November 14, 2007. The company whose purpose is to make broadly distributed investments in vertically targeted, branded domains and niche content web sites, will now focus its efforts on active investment in websites and domains established in the U.K., continental Europe, and the United States.

The BVI company will have a share capital of 165,391,456 Ordinary Shares, with no nominal value yet assigned. It is anticipated that GBP4,673,158 mln will be raised on or immediately before the company will be admitted to the market, and that the company’s market capitalisation will be GBP6,6 mln.

Hecta Media’s general business model is targeted text link internet advertising, when contextually relevant text ads are placed on websites and turned into money using automated programs from Google, Yahoo and Microsoft. The company’s nominated adviser and broker is Beaumont Cornish.

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