Though this company currently operates in Australia, it has a business model suitable for the whole world. The main business relates to training children for careers in the entertainment world, especially for television. Though the company has less than 50 employees, it has over 5 thousand children on its training rolls.
All children will not take up vocations in the entertainment industry, but the training and appraisal services of the company are universally valuable. The management also represents talent, and helps aspiring stars find suitable assignments. This business is both socially relevant and commercially interesting. The success is likely to spread to other countries, especially since many Australian production houses and television channels have global operations.
The company has made strategic acquisitions during the past twelve months, and has entered in to business alliances that place it in a strong position in the Australian entertainment and education markets. The company has excellent prospects for growth, both at home and abroad. Business expansion has not been at the cost of profitability: the management has earned net profit margins of over 5% during the past four quarters. The return on average equity has been nearly 14% during this period. These achievements are encouraging considering that the company has invested significantly in inorganic growth during the period under review.
Entertainment and education are important fields for modern investors, and this stock offers an attractive opportunity to be a part of the professional development of performing artists.
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