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United Networks Changes Name to Hubify Limited as company growth strategy is implemented

ASX listed telecommunications company United Networks Limited will be changing its name on Monday to Hubify Limited. Shareholders approved the new name change for the telco at last Friday’s AGM as the company now aligns itself with its 2021 growth strategy. The change of name recognises the restructuring of the business, which is now a …

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Telco United Networks changes name to Hubify

Telecommunications provider United Networks has renamed to Hubify Ltd following a shareholder vote last week. The company said the new name is part of its 2021 growth strategy and also recognises its recent restructuring to become a more diversified business. Following recent acquisitions, United now comprises three “growth pillars”, including managed services, telecommunications and global …

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$5 million injected in United Networks for pursuing acquisitions

ASX-listed telecom player United Networks has received an impressive funding of $5 million via a share placement. The telecom group says it will use the capital raised to pursue a number of profitable acquisitions. The company announced that it has received binding commitments from investors that will help the company in funding prospective collaborations and …

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Boasting A 49% Return On Equity, Is United Networks Limited (ASX:UNL) A Top Quality Stock?

One of the best investments we can make is in our own knowledge and skill set. With that in mind, this article will work through how we can use Return On Equity (ROE) to better understand a business. To keep the lesson grounded in practicality, we’ll use ROE to better understand United Networks Limited (ASX:UNL). …

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