Tenpin bowling group returns to UK stock market

Remember Essenden? It’s back under a new name with growth avenues it previously struggled to find
Thursday 20 Apr 2017 Author: Daniel Coatsworth
The boss of newly-floated tenpin bowling group Ten Entertainment ( TEG ) insists the business is completely different than when it traded on AIM under the name of Essenden. He says the £107m business now has a competitive advantage through the use of technology and a clear path to achieve the growth it has long desired. Essenden was taken private in 2015 by its major shareholder Harwood Capital. ‘It...

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