BRISBANE TOP COMPANIES 2017: DROPPING FAST

BRISBANE TOP COMPANIES 2017: DROPPING FAST

VITA Group have been hurt by rumours of a Telstra buy back of its high performing stores which sent its share price sharply downwards.

ERM Power took a 226 per cent hit to its profits although it has forecast a return to solid margins.

And both Impedimed and Capilano Honey have been spending money on research and development, with the end game for each likely to see a turnaround in their performances.


DROPPING FAST

  1. VITA GROUP: Ranking at 30 this year,
    down from 23 in 2016
     
  2. ERM POWER: Ranking at 32 this year,
    down from 26 in 2016
     
  3. IMPEDIMED LIMITED: Ranking at 35 this year,
    down from 27 in 2016
     
  4. GBST HOLDINGS: Ranking at 38 this year,
    down from 29 in 2016
     
  5. CAPILANO HONEY: Ranking at 42 this year,
    down from 35 in 2016

 


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