I agree it is a strange choice of venue - most solicitors have legs as far as I remember - so could travel. Like you say maybe they will need to be present to explain all the legal stuff that was announced in a earlier RNS....10p ...not point being greedy :)....in answer to you question...no, have not a clue.
Does any one else question in their minds as to why the AGM is being held at the London office of the companies Solicitor??
I find it very interesting that London has been chosen over Cambridge, but a Solicitors office? I mean there are many places to hire just to have basic formalities passed. Could it be that prior to the 27th June an offer could be forth comming and they are on hand to answer any legal questions we may have in case 10p a share is not enough??
Sean Cochrane, Strategic Marketing and Applications Manager, Cyan Technology Ltd speaking at the Smart Grid & Clean Power conference on June 5th in Cambridge
Talk Title: Meeting the challenges of smart metering in emerging regions Synopsys: With rapidly growing populations, many emerging regions are finding it difficult to successfully deploy smart grid infrastructure. The challenges include collecting data from meters located behind physical barriers created by unplanned urban development. Cyan addresses these issues by working with local meter vendors to create an effective path from basic Automated Meter Reading (AMI) to fully integrated Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI). This presentation describes Cyan’s approach and its robust CyLec range of wireless communication products for the metering industry.
Biography: Sean Cochrane has worked in semiconductor and embedded systems development for the last 25 years, in a variety of software engineering, applications and marketing roles. Over the last 5 years Sean has focussed on metering systems development in India with Cyan Technology. Sean gained a BSc (first class) and MSc in Electronic and Electrical Engineering from Manchester University, an MBA from the Open University and PhD from Loughborough University for research into knowledge base verification methodologies.
Not sure if this has Ben posted before.. Keith Clarke, VP Embedded at superchip designer ARM, will tell delegates at the Smart Grid & Clean Power conference on June 5th in Cambridge that the smart meter is a big step in the right direction towards managing this growth.
ARM’s rationale is clear and concise. To realise the vision of AMI infrastructure, the smart meter must:- • Communicate with other intelligent appliances inside the residence or enterprise........The ARM design philosophy, centered on low power, energy efficient design, shows in the more than 10 years spent supporting silicon companies that need to design platforms under stringent power dissipation requirements. http://www.businessweekly.co.uk/cleantech/15355-arm-connecting-intelligence-in-smart-energy NLN
Hi all. Just had a reply back from Simon, from my e/mail this morning. No need to pre-register. They have booked a place in London, because of the interest in the company. Just need some form of proof that you are a share holder. Sounds good. No doubt, I will see some of you there. Looking forward to it. Good luck all.
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