PULSE GROUP PLC - AUDITED RESULTS - FY ENDED 31 MAY 2022 AND NOTICE OF AGM
Tuesday, October 12, 2021 2:01 AM



London, Oct. 12, 2010 (PR Newswire UK Disclose) -- 
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                                PULSE GROUP PLC                                
                          ("Pulse" or the "Company")                           
 ANNOUNCEMENT OF AUDITED RESULTS FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 31 MAY 2022 AND  
                                 NOTICE OF AGM                                 
Pulse Group Plc (ticker on PLUS: PGRP) ("the Group") together with its
subsidiary is pleased to announce its audited results for the financial year
ended 31 May 2010.
Overview
  * Strengthened position as Asia's leading digital market research agency
  * Maiden profit reported for Pulse and all divisions contributing
  * Continued investment in 1.5 million strong online community to provide
    unique insight into Asian and Middle Eastern markets
  * Increased blue-chip client base across various sectors including
    healthcare, automotive and financial
  * Aggressive growth strategy centred on developing core offering and
    technology
  * Expansion through M&A being pursued - currently in talks with synergistic
    companies
  * Positioned for growth as major corporations seek increased presence in the
    expanding Asian market
Pulse Chairman and CEO Bob Chua said, "This has been a transformational period
for Pulse and we are delighted to report a profit for the Company. We are now
Asia's leading digital marketing research agency and still growing, having
positioned ourselves as an agency of choice in sectors including finance and
healthcare. With our Planet Pulse Online Communities and Pulse DNA Project
Management Engine proving highly effective, a client base including a number of
multinational blue-chips and a defined but aggressive growth strategy, I
believe we have a fantastic proposition both for the industry and the
investment community."
Chairman's Statement
Over the year, Pulse has made great strides forward and strengthened its
position as Asia's leading digital market research agency. We achieved a major
milestone having moved into profit again and experienced robust growth, as
highlighted by our increasing blue-chip client base, during a period which many
other companies found challenging. We envisage this trend continuing and look
forward to the current financial year with confidence.
Pulse primarily delivers online market research focussed on the dynamic
Asia-Pacific consumer market and caters to clients operating throughout the
world. Our service allows clients to significantly improve their market
knowledge, brand understanding and corporate awareness, which can then assist
in the formulation of their business and growth strategies. We have a
multi-divisional offering, all of which have been performing well, providing
clients with our primary broad based and targeted data collection and
analytical services, as well as secondary call centre solution and translation
services.
Our greatest differentiator from others operating within the sector is Planet
Pulse, an extensive online community of survey respondents. With over 1.5
million participants from the Asia-Pacific and Middle East region, Planet Pulse
is one of the most far-reaching of its kind in Asia and provides us with a
highly effective engine for growth. It is an important tool as we strive to
provide high-quality market research which ensures that all research
conclusions are based on real people and attitudes and thus are of maximum
benefit to our international client base.
We have an aggressive growth strategy centred on developing our core offering
and technology. The continuous development of Planet Pulse and the Pulse DNA
engine (proprietary operating software) enables us to scale our business
rapidly, engage more deeply with our communities and communicate with our
respondents via a myriad of mediums such as mobile and social networks.
Having largely established ourselves as a provider of sample digital research
to other market research and media agencies, we have also made considerable
investment to extend our reach so that we can cater for end-user clients and
service offerings. Our services have been increasingly recognised for the
delivery of high quality research and as a result we have experienced increased
demand from a range of international corporations looking to gain an increased
insight into the perception of their brands and products. This marks an
exciting transition for the Company and is a trend which the Board is committed
to advancing in the future.
On the analysis side of our business, our data evaluation is non-syndicated and
as a result the Board has been building upon its expertise in sectors such as
the healthcare, automotive and financial industries so that our research
solutions are reflective of each client's particular needs and specifications.
Our clients increasingly expect a high amount of involvement in sector-based
projects and this will aid us as we look to move up the value chain and work on
a more direct basis with blue-chip customers operating in these sectors.
Financials
The Group's principal operations are primarily denominated in US Dollars. To
reflect this, the Directors have decided that the Company's reporting currency
should be changed from sterling to the US dollar. Pulse has achieved
profitability over the period, having improved our margins and advanced our
growth and client base. I am pleased to report a net profit of US$237,600
(2009: Loss US$1.57 million) on a turnover of US$1.75 million (2009: US$1.83
million). The Group's gross margins have improved to 67% from 29% in the
previous financial year. The financial performance reflects the development of
the Group as it caters to more full service type of assignments, increased
operational and management efficiencies and effectiveness.
The Directors will not be recommending the payment of a dividend for this
period.
Outlook
This is an exciting time for Pulse and we look forward to the year ahead as we
continue to experience encouraging growth. The Group is profitable and well
positioned for future expansion as the value and quality of our services become
increasingly recognised.
As the current financial year progresses, the Board remains active in
developing relationships with other synergistic companies operating within our
arena so that we can optimise our role in the market research sector and step
into the M&A arena.
We recognise that much of the Company's growth is achievable through our
digital presence. With this in mind, we are committed to continuing investment
in our technology so that our services within this space continue to drive
Pulse forward as leaders in digital research. In tandem with this, growth in
Asia continues to increase at an unprecedented pace and we are well placed to
capitalise on this as both Asian and international companies alike look to
increase their exposure in what is a highly compelling market.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank the team for their ongoing hard
work, and our clients and shareholders for their continued support.
Bob Chua
Chairman
BALANCE SHEETS AS AT 31ST MAY 2010
                              Group         Group        Company      Company  
                               2010          2009         2010         2009      
                               USD           USD           USD          USD    
ASSETS                                                                         
Non-current assets                                                             
Property, plant and             718,754       769,813            -            -
equipment                                                                      
Intangible assets               400,911       474,937                          
Investment in a                       -             -   16,091,754   16,080,707
subsidiary                                                                     
Total non-current assets      1,119,665     1,244,750   16,091,754   16,080,707
Current assets                                                                 
Trade receivables             1,081,526       685,420            -            -
Other receivables                23,969         9,117            -            -
Amount due from                  13,139        55,105            -            -
directors                                                                      
Fixed deposits placed                                                          
with a                                                                         
licensed bank                     6,000       207,098            -            -
Cash and bank balances          150,380        18,611        3,318        4,813
Total current assets          1,275,014       975,351        3,318        4,813
TOTAL ASSETS                  2,394,679     2,220,101   16,095,072   16,085,520
EQUITY AND LIABILITIES                                                         
Equity attributable to                                                         
share holders                                                                  
of the Company                                                                 
Share capital                 1,790,172     1,790,172    1,790,172    1,790,172
Share premium                16,261,258    16,261,258   15,069,478   15,069,478
Share option reserve            120,926       109,051      120,926      109,051
Translation reserve            (76,244)      (70,956)     (88,913)    (150,711)
Reverse acquisition        (15,753,998)  (15,753,998)            -            -
reserve                                                                        
Accumulated losses          (1,036,282)   (1,273,882)  (1,366,797)  (1,007,541)
Total equity                1,305,832     1,061,645    15,524,866   15,810,449 
                              Group         Group        Company      Company   
                               2010          2009         2010         2009      
                               USD           USD           USD          USD    
Non-current liabilities                                                        
Borrowings                      348,011       365,535            -            -
Hire purchase                    84,863       109,467            -            -
liabilities                                                                    
Total non-current               432,874       475,002            -            -
liabilities                                                                    
Current liabilities                                                            
Trade payables                  193,544       317,225            -            -
Other payables                  288,982       286,897       12,984       36,129
Deferred income                  22,040        40,509            -            -
Amount due to a                       -             -      557,222      238,942
subsidiary                                                                     
Borrowings                       19,391        17,152            -            -
Bank overdraft                  106,686             -            -            -
Hire purchase                    18,863        18,502            -            -
liabilities                                                                    
Tax payable                       6,467         3,169            -            -
Total current                   655,973       683,454      570,206      275,071
liabilities                                                                    
Total Liabilities             1,088,847     1,158,456      570,206      275,071
TOTAL EQUITY AND                                                               
LIABILITIES                   2,394,679     2,220,101   16,095,072   16,085,520
INCOME STATEMENTS
FOR THE FINANCIAL YEAR ENDED 31ST MAY 2010
                                   Group       Group      Company      Company  
                                   2010        2009        2010         2009    
                                    USD         USD         USD          USD    
REVENUE                          1,745,104    1,831,173          -             -
Cost of sales                    (569,670)  (1,291,237)          -             -
GROSS PROFIT                     1,175,434      539,936          -             -
Other income                        32,124      372,122          -           152
Export and promotion expenses     (59,615)    (119,646)          -             -
Administration expenses          (858,618)  (1,661,164)  (340,479)     (339,896)
Other expenses                           -      (5,859)   (18,777)             -
Initial Public Offer expenses     (18,777)    (661,868)          -     (661,868)
OPERATING PROFIT /                                                              
(LOSS)                             270,548  (1,536,479)  (359,256)   (1,001,612)
Finance costs                     (27,310)     (26,670)          -             -
PROFIT/(LOSS) BEFORE               243,238  (1,563,149)  (359,256)   (1,001,612)
TAXATION                                                                        
Taxation                           (5,638)      (7,120)          -             -
NET PROFIT/(LOSS) FOR                                                           
THE FINANCIAL YEAR                 237,600  (1,570,269)  (359,256)   (1,001,612)
                                                           Group        Group     
                                                           2010         2009    
                                                            USD          USD    
Profit/(Loss) per ordinary                                                      
share at                                                                        
USD0.02 each:                                                                   
- Basic and diluted (USD)                                  0.27        (1.78)   
 1. The Consolidated results have been extracted from the financial statement
    of the Group and do not constitute full statutory accounts of the Group.
 2. The comparative figures in the consolidated financial statements are
    presented to reflect those of Pulse BPO Sdn. Bhd. under the reverse
    acquisition method of accounting.
 3. The financial statements are not qualified and were prepared in accordance
    with International Financial Reporting Standards.
 4. Changes in accounting policy
 5.
     a. Intangible assets - Panel development costs
The amortisation period and the amortisation method are reviewed, at a minimum,
on an annual basis.
The amortisation expense on the panel development costs is recognised in the
income statement in the financial period to which it relates.
During the financial year, the Group conducted a review on the amortisation
period and the amortisation method on the panel development costs. This
resulted is a revision of the estimated useful life of the panel development
costs from 3 years to 5 years.
This revision has been applied on a prospective basis from 1st June 2009. The
effect of the above revision on amortisation expenses in current and future
periods are as follows:-
                          2010     2011     2012    2013    2014 
                          USD      USD      USD     USD     USD  
Amortisation of expenses                                         
(decreased)/increased by 10,492  (23,887)  45,455  45,455  45,455
 b. Transition to reporting in US Dollars
The Group's principal operations are primarily denominated in US Dollar and as
a result, the directors consider that the Company's functional currency changed
from sterling to the US dollar at the beginning of 2010.
Consistent with the change in the Company's functional currency, the Group
changed its presentation currency from Great Britain Pounds (GBP) to the US
dollar with effect from the beginning of 2010. Comparative figures for 2009
have been re-presented in US dollars.
The change of the Group's presentation currency to be consistent with the
Company's functional currency was accounted for in accordance with IAS 21 `The
Effects of Changes in Foreign Exchange Rates'.
On the change of the Group's presentation currency, comparative figures
previously reported in GBP were translated into US dollars as follows:
  * Income and expenses were translated at the average exchange rate for the
    relevant period
  * Assets and liabilities were translated at the closing exchange rate on the
    relevant balance sheet date; and
The exchange rates used were as follows:-
                               2010             2009       
                                USD              USD    
Average rate                  0.6279           0.6185   
Closing rate                  0.6925           0.6179   
As a result of the change of the Group's presentation currency, a currency
translation difference of USD$150,711/- was recognised in equity as at 31st May
2009 which represented the difference between the Group's assets and
liabilities translated from sterling into US dollars at the closing exchange
rate on that date and the equity items recognised in the consolidated financial
statements that were translated from GBP into US Dollars at historical exchange
rates.
The currency translation difference arose as follows:-
                                            Company
                                                USD
Ordinary share capital                      307,102
Share premium                             2,585,151
Capital Reserves                             17,249
Investment in subsidiaries              (2,758,626)
Currency translation reserves                 (165)
                                            150,711
The change of the Company's functional currency was accounted for prospectively
from the beginning of 2010. Accordingly, the assets, liabilities and equity
items of the Company as at 31st May 2009 were translated from sterling into US
dollars at the closing exchange rate on that date.
As a consequence of applying the closing exchange rate rather than historical
exchange rates to the equity items of the Company, USD$165 of the currency
translation difference arising on the change of the Group's presentation
currency was transferred from the cumulative currency translation reserve back
to the equity items of the Company that are recognised as equity items in the
consolidated financial statements.
The Directors of the Issuer are responsible for the contents of this
announcement.
Contacts:
Pulse Group PLC
Bob Chua, Chairman
Telephone: +6 (03) 2167 6666
E-mail: bob.chua@pulse-group.am
Corporate Advisor
St Helens Capital Partners LLP
Duncan Vasey/Mark Anwyl
Telephone: +44 (0) 207 368 6959
Financial PR
St Brides Media & Finance Ltd
Elisabeth Cowell/Hugo de Salis
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7236 1177
THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION. If you are in
any doubt about the action you should take, you should immediately consult your
duly authorised independent financial adviser. If you have sold or otherwise
transferred all your shares, please hand this document and the accompanying
form of proxy to the purchaser or transferee, or to the stockbroker or other
agent through whom the sale or transfer was effected, for transmission to the
purchaser or transferee.
                                Pulse Group Plc                                
                  (incorporated and registered in Isle of Man                  
                      under registration number 001589V)                       
                       Notice of Annual General Meeting                        
to be held at 12.00pm
on Thursday, 11 November 2021
at 223a Kensington High Street, London, W8 6SG, United Kingdom
Your attention is drawn to the letter from the Chairman of the Company, which
forms part of this document and which recommends you to vote in favour of the
Resolutions to be proposed at the Annual General Meeting.
Shareholders will find enclosed with this document a form of proxy for use in
connection with the Annual General Meeting. To be valid, the form of proxy
should be completed, signed and returned in accordance with the notes to form
of proxy as soon as possible and, in any event, so as to be received by no
later than 12.00 pm on 9 November 2010.
PULSE GROUP PLC
                                                                12 October 2021
Dear Shareholder,
Annual General Meeting - 11 November 2021
This year's Annual General Meeting is to be held on 11 November 2010. The
formal notice convening the Annual General Meeting including time and place is
part of this circular. A proxy form for use by holders of ordinary shares is
also enclosed with this document. You will also find instructions as to how to
complete the proxy form and when and where to send it to.
I should like to make some comments on the matters to be dealt with at the
Annual General Meeting. There are 5 resolutions, which shareholders are asked
to approve.
Ordinary Business
Resolution 1 is to receive the Annual Report and Accounts for the financial
period ended 31 MAY 2022 and the reports of the directors and auditors thereon.
The reports and accounts are sent to all members of the Company.
Resolutions 2 and 3 concern the re-election of directors retiring in accordance
with the Articles of Association of the Company. Information about the
directors who are retiring and who are proposed for re-election are included in
the Notice of Meeting.
Resolution 4 is regarding the appointment of Baker Tilly Monterio Heng, Kuala
Lumpur, Malaysia as auditors of the Company.
Special Business
Resolution 5 relates to the dis-application of pre-emption rights as per
Article 5.2 of the Articles of Association and is a special resolution. This
authority will expire at the end of the next Annual General Meeting. The
Directors have no current intention to allot new shares but wish to have the
flexibility to raise further funds in the future if the Directors consider it
appropriate.
Recommendation
Your directors consider that each Resolution to be proposed at the Annual
General Meeting is in the best interest of the shareholders as a whole and
unanimously recommend shareholders to vote in favour of all Resolutions, as
they intend to do in respect of their own shareholding.
Electronic Communication
In accordance with the Articles of Association this notice will be sent by
electronic communication, where we have been provided with the relevant contact
details. If you wish to receive a hard copy please do let us know and we will
send the copy free of charge within 21 days of receiving the request.
Yours faithfully,
Henry Jeremy Chua Jr
Chairman
                               NOTICE OF MEETING                               
Notice is hereby given that the 3rd Annual General Meeting of Pulse Group Plc
(the "Company") will be held at 12.00pm on 11 November 2021 at 223a Kensington
High Street, London, W8 6SG, United Kingdom for the following purposes:
To consider and if thought fit to pass the following Resolutions at an Annual
General Meeting:
Ordinary Business
Resolution 1 THAT the Company's Annual Report and Accounts for the financial
period ended 31 MAY 2022 together with the reports of the directors and
auditors thereon be and are received.
Resolution 2 THAT Henry Jeremy Chua, Jr. who retires by rotation and offers
himself for re-election in accordance with the Articles, be and is re-elected
as a director of the Company. Mr Chua was appointed as a Director on 01 October
2007.
Resolution 3 THAT William John Pegram, who retires by rotation and offers
himself for re-election in accordance with the Articles, be and is re-elected
as a director of the Company. Mr Pegram was appointed as a non executive
Director on 16 November 2007. He is the chairman of the Remuneration Committee
of the Board and a member of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee of the
Board.
Resolution 4 THAT Baker Tilly Monterio Heng, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia be and are
appointed as auditors of the Company for the ensuing year and the fixing of the
remuneration of the Auditors or the determination of the manner in which such
remuneration is to be fixed.
Special Business
Resolution 5 THAT the Directors be and are hereby empowered pursuant to Article
5 of the Articles to allot for cash up to 27,491,666 Ordinary Shares as if the
rights of pre-emption set out in Article 5.2 of the Articles did not apply and
this authority shall expire at the conclusion of the next Annual General
Meeting to be held in 2011 save that the Company may before such expiry make an
offer or agreement, which would or might require Ordinary Shares to be allotted
after such expiry but otherwise in accordance with the foregoing provisions of
this power in which case the directors of the company may allot Ordinary Shares
in pursuance of such offer or agreement as if the power conferred hereby had
not expired.
By order of the Board
Henry Jeremy Chua Jr
Director 12 October 2021
Registered Office: Burleigh Manor, Peel Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5EP,
British Isles
Registered in: Isle of Man company number 001589V
NOTES TO THE NOTICE OF MEETING
 1. A member of the Company entitled to attend and vote at the meeting convened
    by this notice who is unable or does not wish to attend the meeting is
    entitled to appoint a proxy to exercise all or any of his/her rights to
    attend and to speak and vote on his/her behalf at the meeting. A proxy need
    not be a member of the Company but must attend the meeting to represent
    you. A Form of Proxy, which may be used to make such appointment and give
    proxy instructions, accompanies this notice (for the attention of ordinary
    shareholders only). You can only appoint a proxy using the procedures set
    out in these notes and the notes to the proxy form.
 2. To be valid any form of proxy or other instrument appointing a proxy must
    be received at Peregrine Corporate Services Limited, Burleigh Manor, Peel
    Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5EP, Fax number: 0044 1624 612960 or using
    electronic communication at - email no later than 12.00pm on 9 November
    2010.
 3. In the case of a member which is a company, the proxy form must be executed
    under its common seal or signed on its behalf by an officer of the company
    or an attorney for the company. Any power of attorney or any other
    authority under which the proxy form is signed (or a notarially certified
    copy of such power or authority) must be included with the proxy form.
 4. A vote withheld is not a vote in law, which means that the vote will not be
    counted in the calculation of votes for or against the resolution. If no
    voting indication is given, your proxy will vote or abstain from voting at
    his or her discretion. Your proxy will vote (or abstain from voting) as he
    or she thinks fit in relation to any other matter which is put before the
    meeting.
 5. The return of a completed form of proxy will not prevent a member attending
    the meeting and voting in person if he/she wishes to do so.
 6. In the case of joint holders, where more than one of the joint holders
    purports to appoint a proxy, only the appointment submitted by the most
    senior holder will be accepted. Seniority is determined by the order in
    which the names of the joint holders appear in the Company's register of
    members in respect of the joint holding (the first-named being the most
    senior).
 7. More than one proxy may be appointed to exercise the rights attaching to
    different shares held by the member, but the member may not appoint more
    than one proxy to exercise rights attached to any one share. If you submit
    more than one valid proxy appointment in respect of the same share, the
    appointment received last before the latest time for the receipt of proxies
    will take precedence. If the Company is unable to determine which
    appointment was last validly delivered, none of them shall be treated as
    valid in respect of that share.
 8. Only those shareholders registered in the register of members of the
    Company at 12.00 pm on 9 November 2021 or 48 hours before any adjournment
    of the meeting shall be entitled to attend or vote at the meeting in
    respect of the number of shares registered in their name at that time.
 9. As at 12 October 2021 (being the last practicable date prior to the
    publication of this notice) the Company's issued share capital consists of
    91,638,888 ordinary shares carrying one vote each. Therefore, the total
    voting rights in the Company as at 12 October 2021 are 91,638,888.
Shareholder Diary Date
Annual General Meeting 11 November 2021
Results announced
For period to 31 MAY 2022 12 October 2021
ATTENDANCE CARD
PULSE GROUP PLC - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Shareholder.
To be held at 12.00 pm
On 11 November 2021
At 223a Kensington High Street, London, W8 6SG, United Kingdom
If you wish to attend this meeting in your capacity as a holder of Ordinary
Shares, please sign this card and on arrival hand it to the Secretary of the
Meeting. This will facilitate entry to the meeting.
Name of person attending: __________________
Signature of person attending: __________________
Form of Proxy
PULSE GROUP PLC (the "Company") - ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
I/We being a member of the company hereby appoint the Chairman of the meeting
or (see note 1)
as my/our proxy to attend, speak and vote on my/our behalf at the Annual
General Meeting of the Company to be held on 11 November 2021 and at any
adjournment thereof. I have indicated with an 'X' how I/we wish my/our votes to
cast on the following resolutions (see note 5):
RESOLUTIONS Please mark 'X' to indicate how you wish to    For Against   Vote  
vote                                                                   withheld
  To receive the Annual Reports and Accounts and the                           
  reports of the directors and auditors thereon.                               
  To re-elect Henry Jeremy Chua, Jr. as director of the                        
  company.                                                                     
  To re-elect William John Pegram as director of the                           
  company.                                                                     
  To appoint Baker Tilly Monterio Heng, Kuala Lumpur,                          
  Malaysia as auditors of the Company.                                         
  To dis-apply the pre-emption rights.                                         
Signature Date
Notes to Form of Proxy
 1. Delete if it is desired to appoint any other person and insert his/her name
    and address. A proxy need not be a member of the Company but must attend
    the meeting to represent you. If you sign and return this proxy form with
    no name inserted in the box, the Chairman of the meeting will be deemed to
    be your proxy. Where you appoint as your proxy someone other than the
    Chairman, you are responsible for ensuring that they attend the meeting and
    are aware of your voting intentions.
 2. As a member of the Company you are entitled to appoint a proxy to exercise
    all or any of your rights to attend, speak and vote at a general meeting of
    the Company. You can only appoint a proxy using procedures set out in these
    notes.
 3. Appointment of a proxy does not preclude you from attending the meeting and
    voting in person. If you have appointed a proxy to attend the meeting in
    person, your proxy appointment will automatically be terminated upon you
    attendance.
 4. You may appoint more than one proxy provided each proxy is appointed to
    exercise rights attached to different shares. You may not appoint more than
    one proxy to exercise rights attached to anyone share. If you submit more
    than one valid proxy appointment in respect of the same share, the
    appointment received last before the latest time for the receipt of proxies
    will take precedence. If the Company is unable to determine which
    appointment was last validly delivered, none of them shall be treated as
    valid in respect of that share.
 5. To direct your proxy how to vote on the resolutions mark the appropriate
    box with an 'X'. To abstain from voting on a resolution, select the
    relevant "Vote withheld" box. A vote withheld is not a vote in law, which
    means that the vote will not be counted in the calculation of votes for or
    against the resolution. If no voting indication is given, your proxy will
    vote or abstain from voting at his or her discretion. Your proxy will vote
    (or abstain from voting) as he or she thinks fit in relation to any other
    matter which is put before the meeting.
 6. To appoint a proxy using this form, the form should be completed and
    returned to the Company at Peregrine Corporate Services Limited, Burleigh
    Manor, Peel Road, Douglas, Isle of Man, IM1 5EP, Fax number: 0044 (0)1624
    612960 or using electronic communication at - email so as to arrive no
    later than 12.00pm on 9 November 2010.
 7. In the case of a member which is a company, this proxy form must be
    executed under its common seal or signed on its behalf by an officer of the
    company or an attorney for the company.
 8. Any power of attorney or any other authority under which this proxy form is
    signed (or a notarially certified copy of such power or authority) must be
    included with the proxy form.
 9. In the case of joint holders, where more than one of the joint holders
    purports to appoint a proxy, only the appointment submitted by the most
    senior holder will be accepted. Seniority is determined by the order in
    which the names of the joint holders appear in the Company's register of
    members in respect of the joint holding (the first-named being the most
    senior).
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PULSE GROUP PLC
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