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Mirada PLC
02 December 2021
 

The information contained within this announcement is deemed by the Company to constitute inside information pursuant to Article 7 of EU Regulation 596/2014 as it forms part of UK domestic law by virtue of the European Union (Withdrawal) Act 2018 as amended.

 

2 December 2021

 

Mirada plc

("Mirada", "the Company" or "the Group")

 

Interim results for the six months to 30 September 2021

 

Mirada (AIM: MIRA), a leading provider of integrated software solutions for digital TV operators and broadcasters, announces its unaudited interim results for the six months to 30 September 2021.

 

Financial Highlights

 

·   

Revenue increased $0.52m (10%) to $5.99m (H1 FY21: $5.47m).

 

·   

EBITDA* increased $0.55m (96%) to $1.12m (H1 FY21: $0.57m).

 

·   

Net Debt** increased to $7.71m at 30 September 2021 (31 March 2021: $7.07m), including  utilisation of $1.12m of the revolving credit facility with Leasa, owned by the Group's largest shareholder.

 

* EBITDA is defined as earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, amortisation and share-based payments

** Net Debt is defined as Gross Debt minus Cash

 

Operational Highlights

 

·   

Commercial opportunities in Latin America continue to progress and emergence of Southeast Asia as a key potential growth market.

·   

Completion of full transition to a remote/office working hybrid model, reducing overheads.

 

Post-period Highlights

 

·   

Set-top boxes ("STBs") deployed with Android TV technology surpassed 1 million in November 2021.

·   

Increased presence in North America and the Caribbean through strategic collaboration with Shift 2 Stream.

·   

Trading conditions continue to improve and pipeline continues to grow.

 

·   

Confident of delivering a year of material commercial and strategic progress.

 

José-Luis Vázquez, CEO of Mirada, commented:

 

"The market is now in recovery and with a superior product and a clear sales strategy, we are in a strong position to return to the growth trajectory we were on before the pandemic. Existing customers are once again looking to invest in our products and services and, while the lead times on new business can be lengthy and hard to predict, our pipeline is large and we are having productive conversations with prospects on a daily basis.

 

Of course, the operating environment is not without risk and uncertainty as seen with the increase in Covid precautions over the past few days, but we have proven how resilient we are in the toughest of conditions, and assuming the demand in the market remains strong, we are confident in our ability to deliver high levels of commercial and strategic progress through the second half and beyond."

 

Contacts

 

 

 

Mirada plc

+44 (0)20 8187 1661  

José-Luis Vázquez, Chief Executive Officer

investors@mirada.tv

Gonzalo Babío, Finance Director

 

 

 

Allenby Capital Limited (Nominated Adviser & Broker)

+44 (0)20 3328 5656

Jeremy Porter/Liz Kirchner (Corporate Finance)

 

Jos Pinnington (Sales and Corporate Broking)

 

 

 

Alma PR (Financial PR Adviser)

+44 (0)20 3405 0205

David Ison

mirada@almapr.co.uk

Andy Bryant

 

Matthew Young

 

 

About Mirada

 

Mirada is a leading provider of products and services for Digital TV Operators and Broadcasters. Founded in 2000 and led by CEO José Luis Vázquez, the Company prides itself on having spent over 20 years as a pioneer in the Digital TV market. Mirada's core focus is on the ever-growing demand for TV Everywhere for which it offers a complete suite of end-to-end modular products across multiple devices, all with innovative state-of-the-art UI designs. Mirada's products and solutions, acclaimed for unparalleled flexibility and optimal time to market, have been deployed by some of the biggest names in digital media and broadcasting including Televisa, ATN International, Telefonica, Sky, Virgin Media, BBC, ITV, Skytel and France Telecom Orange. Headquartered in London, Mirada has commercial representation across Europe, Latin America and Southeast Asia and operates technology centres in the UK, Spain and Mexico. For more information, visit www.mirada.tv.



 

Chief Executive Officer's Statement

 

Overview

 

I am pleased to report that the growing momentum across the business reported in the announcement of our full year results has continued. Having not only weathered the pandemic so far but taken the opportunity to make significant and permanent operational improvements to the business, Mirada is primed to capitalise on the ever-increasing number of opportunities that are arising as we begin to look beyond the worst of Covid.

 

Period Review

 

The six months to the end of September 2021 was a period where virtually no new business activity took place - not only at Mirada but across the industry - so to be able to post a solid set of financials goes a long way to demonstrating how resilient we are as a business, underpinned by sticky customers and a growing proportion of recurring revenues.

 

Operationally, we have continued to make excellent progress. Most significantly, our new global sales strategy - which has specialist resellers with vast local knowledge at its core - has been implemented and continues to go from strength to strength. Post-period end, we signed a significant reseller deal with Shift 2 Stream, a TV as a Service provider active in North America and the Caribbean, enabling us to expand our reach into North America and strengthening our presence in the Caribbean, both of which are important markets. A typical lead time for Mirada to sign up customers is nine to twelve months, but the fact our pipeline of active opportunities has grown so substantially in such a short space of time should reassure investors we are moving in the right direction with real conviction.

 

We took the opportunity during the pandemic to refocus and optimise the organisation and make it more robust. We now have established remote working practices and are seeing increased levels of productivity across our technical, sales and central teams as a result. Fully embracing the cloud has not only enabled Mirada itself to operate as a more joined up entity, but it has proven invaluable in selling and maintaining our products and services around the world. As we approach calendar year 2022, Mirada is a leaner and more efficient and nimble business.

 

We have previously identified the transition to Android TV as being a key market trend where Mirada has a strong competitive position, and the first half saw us continue to cement our position as one of the world's pre-eminent providers. The success of our rollout of STBs powered by our Android TV Operator Tier offering led to a significant increase in the number of licences our largest customer, izzi Telecom, ordered from us, which helped support revenues. Post-period end, we officially surpassed deployment of one million set-top-boxes containing our software which, according to statistics published by technology research firm Omdia, means Mirada STBs now constitute approximately 5% of the expected 20 million global Android TV Operator Tier installed base in 2021. Omdia forecasts that 50 million Android TV Operator Tier STBs will be in use in 2024, and with existing and prospective customers actively considering replacing their legacy platforms, we are well-positioned to be a material part of that growth.

 

Closely linked to the explosion in demand for Android TV technology is the rise of super-aggregation, another macrotrend that is having a profound effect on the whole digital entertainment industry. In response to the rise of premium content providers such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video, traditional pay TV operators are moving away from simply providing a range of linear channels to working with content providers to integrate their offerings alongside their own into a single, consolidated TV experience. This enables them to attract new and retain existing subscribers, who increasingly demand variety and convenience in equal measure, while providing the content providers a lucrative, low-cost route to market.

 

Mirada's flagship Android TV-powered product, Iris, now boasts one of the most comprehensive sets of integrated content providers available, with all the key players including Disney+, Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, HBO, Fox and more now represented. This is a technically challenging feat to achieve and maintain - particularly in the small and medium operator space - giving Mirada a strong competitive advantage as we look to capitalise on improving trading conditions post-pandemic.

 

Alongside the increased business from izzi Telecom - both for our Android TV platform and in enhancing its legacy Linux technology - we made good progress in delivering products and services across the rest of our customer base. Uptake of our products for Viya and OneComm in the US Virgin Islands and Bermuda respectively (both owned by ATNi) continues to be healthy.

 

In Spain, Zapi subscribers grew by 22% in the period, and we anticipate a boost in those numbers with the addition of new content provider integrations as the company pursues its super-aggregation strategy in partnership with us.

 

I am pleased to report that after the pandemic impacted the pace of subscriptions for Skytel in Mongolia, we have seen a resumption of more normal deployment levels of our over-the-top (OTT) service (SkyGo), which at 30 September had been accessed by almost 340 000 users. It is a similar story at Digital TV Cable Edmund in Bolivia, where activity has resumed with an expectation for sustained growth in the next calendar year.

 

Moving forwards, with industry trends continuing to evolve in our favour and through being able to bring one of the best products available to market through new and improved sales channels, assuming the recovery from Covid continues we are confident of being able to announce important new wins in the not-too-distant future. Geographically, new business momentum continues to build in Latin America, while Southeast Asia has emerged as a substantial growth opportunity with talks ongoing across several prospects.

 

I would like to take this opportunity to again thank our staff for their hard work, dedication and acumen through what has been an extremely busy period for us. The volume and scale of opportunities we have before us is genuinely unprecedented and the ways of working we have adopted are still relatively new. I am proud of how everyone at Mirada has bought into what we are trying to achieve, demonstrating exceptional adaptability and commitment, and am grateful for their efforts. I would also like to thank our shareholders, partners and customers for their continued support.

 

Funding Requirements

 

On 27 September 2021, the Company announced the extension from €1.3m to €3.0m of the facility granted by a related party, of which €1,47m was utilised at 30 September 2021. The facility is being provided by Leasa Spain, S.L.U. ("Leasa" or the "Lender"). The Lender is incorporated in Spain and ultimately owned by Mr Ernesto Luis Tinajero Flores who has a total beneficial interest in 87.21% of Mirada's share capital. The term of the Facility has been extended until 30 November 2022 ("Maturity Date"), although the Company retains the option to repay any drawn amounts earlier.

 

 

 

 

Financial Overview

 

Revenue from activities was $5.99 million for the six months to 30 September 2021 (H1 FY21: $5.47 million), a $0.52 million increase on the same period last year largely due to a significant increase in licences and Android TV uptake from the Group's largest customer, izzi Telecom.

 

In H1 FY22, our largest customer represented 79% of total revenues (H1 FY21: 67%). The higher weighting is predominately due to izzi Telecom purchasing an increased number of licences as its business has grown versus the impact of Covid on new customers. The Board expects that the proportion of revenue from this customer will remain at high levels, however it should reduce as contributions from anticipated new customers grow.

 

EBITDA increased $0.55 million to $1.12 million (H1 FY21: $0.57 million). EBITDA in this context is defined as earnings before interest, tax, depreciation, amortisation and share-based payments.  The main driver of the increase is the $0.52m revenue growth, mentioned above. Other Administrative Expenses are flat, however, excluding the 5% devaluation of the US Dollar against the Euro in the period, the reduction in Other Administrative Expenses, at constant foreign exchange rates, was $0.23 million (5%). 

 

Loans and borrowings increased by $1.07 million to $8.25 million (31 March 2021: $7.18 million). Of these facilities, long-term debt included $1.84 million of bank loans and $0.93 million of zero-interest loans from Spanish Government entities. Short-term debt included $1.75 million from the Leasa facility, $1.71 million short-term credit lines, $0.65 million bank loans, $0.37 million short-term zero-coupon loans from Spanish Government entities, and $1.01 million invoice factoring facilities. Cash and cash equivalents increased to $0.54 million at the end of the period (31 March 2021: $0.11 million). Net Debt increased to $7.71 million (31 March 2021: $7.07 million). The main driver for the increase is a $1.12m utilisation of the facility with Leasa, owned by the Company's largest shareholder. 

 

Outlook

 

While Covid effectively brought new business to a halt and curtailed existing customer investment into Mirada products and services, it forced us to rethink many of our working practices and accelerated plans to optimise the operations of the business. Now, although we appear to be emerging from the worst of the pandemic, those changes will continue to benefit Mirada.

 

At the same time, markets are returning to normal and with them the number of opportunities with prospective and existing customers are increasing. Lead times for the types of significant deals we are pursuing can be long and unpredictable, but it has been some time since our pipeline has been this healthy, and the interactions our sales team are having with targets on a daily basis give us real cause for optimism.

 

As we move through the second half, we expect to see the same positive market trends that built up a head of steam in the first half to continue. We are working on several potentially lucrative opportunities, we have a differentiated product that opens up revenue opportunities for digital TV operators and broadcasters in ways that few others can, and we have a robust and efficient organisational infrastructure geared up to support our growth ambitions.

 

While we remain cognisant of the fact Covid isn't going away anytime soon and still has the potential to cause further disruption in ways that are hard to predict, we have demonstrated our resilience to date and, on our current trajectory, we are confident in our ability to deliver a year of material commercial and strategic progress.

 

Jose Luis Vazquez

Chief Executive Officer

2 December 2021

 

Consolidated Income Statement


6 months ended
 30 September 2021
(Unaudited)

6 months ended
 30 September 2020
(Unaudited)


$000

$000




Revenue

5,992 

5,471 

Cost of sales

(369) 

(186) 

Gross profit

5,623 

5,285 




Depreciation

(168) 

(180) 

Amortisation

(2,037) 

(1,897) 

Other administrative expenses

(4,499) 

(4,433) 

Total administrative expenses

(6,704) 

(6,511) 




Operating profit/ (loss)

(1,081) 

(1,226) 




Finance income

-

37 

Finance expense

(124) 

(113) 

Foreign currency translation differences

(11) 

(286) 

Profit/(loss) before taxation

(1,216) 

(1,588) 




Taxation

(48) 

62 

Profit/(Loss) for period

(1,264) 

(1,526) 




 

The above amounts are attributable to the equity holders of the parent Company.

 

Consolidated statement of comprehensive income  

 


6 months ended
 30 September 2021
(Unaudited)

6 months ended
 30 September 2020
(Unaudited)



$000

$000






(Loss)/profit for the period

(1,264) 

(1,526) 






Other comprehensive loss:




Currency translation differences

(31) 

691 


Total other comprehensive profit/(loss)

(31) 

691 






Total comprehensive (loss)/profit for the year

(1,295) 

(835) 






 

 

Consolidated statement of financial position


At
 30 September 2021
(Unaudited)

At
 31 March 2021
(Audited)



$000

$000






Goodwill

5,371 

5,435 


Other Intangible assets

7,122 

7,314 


Right of use assets

218 

343 


Property, plant and equipment

191 

223 


Other Receivables

523 

354 


Non-current assets

13,425 

13,669 






Trade receivables

4,427 

4,856 


Cash and cash equivalents

538 

107 


Current assets

4,965 

4,963 






Total assets

18,390 

18,632 






Loans and borrowings

(2,025) 

(1,774) 


Related parties loans and interests

(41) 

(3) 


Trade and other payables

(2,245) 

(2,234) 


Contract liabilities

(1,070) 

(973) 


Lease liabilities

(99) 

(204) 


Current liabilities

(5,480) 

(5,188) 






Net current assets

(515) 

(225) 






Total assets less current liabilities

12,910 

13,444 






Related parties loans

(1,709) 

(586) 


Interest bearing loans and borrowings

(4,475) 

(4,815) 


Lease liabilities

(123) 

(145) 


Non-current liabilities

(6,307) 

(5,546) 






Total liabilities

(11,787) 

(10,734) 






Net assets

6,603 

7,898 






Issued share capital and reserves attributable to equity holders of the company







Share capital

12,015 

12,015 


Merger reserve

4,863 

4,863 


Foreign exchange reserves

13,730 

13,761 


Accumulated loss

(24,005) 

(22,741) 


Equity

6,603 

7,898 



 

 



 

Consolidated statement of changes in equity

 

 

 

 

 

 

Share capital

Share premium

Foreign exchange reserve

Merger reserves

Accumulated losses

Total


$000

$000

$000

$000

$000

$000








Balance at 1 April 2021

12,015 

-

13,761 

4,863 

(22,741) 

7,898 

Profit for the period

-

-

-

-

(1,264) 

(1,264) 

Other comprehensive income







Movement in foreign exchange

-

-

(31) 

-


(31) 

Total comprehensive loss for the period

12,015 

-

13,730 

4,863 

(24,005) 

6,603 

Transactions with owners







Share based payment

-

-

-

-

-

-

Balance at 30 September 2021

12,015 

-

13,730 

4,863 

(24,005) 

6,603 























Share capital

Share premium

Foreign exchange reserve

Merger reserves

Accumulated losses

Total


$000

$000

$000

$000

$000

$000








Balance at 1 April 2020

12,015 

-

13,423 

4,863 

(19,749) 

10,552 

Profit for the period

-

-

-

-

(1,526) 

(1,526) 

Other comprehensive income







Movement in foreign exchange

-

-

691 

-


691 

Total comprehensive loss for the period

12,015 

-

14,114 

4,863 

(21,275) 

9,717 

Transactions with owners







Share based payment

-

-

-

-

-

-

Balance at 30 September 2020

12,015 

-

14,114 

4,863 

(21,275) 

9,717 








 

 

Consolidated statement of cash flows  


6 months ended
 30 September 2021
(Unaudited)

6 months ended
 30 September 2020
(Unaudited)



$000

$000


Cash flows from operating activities




Loss after tax

(1,264) 

(1,526) 


Adjustments for:




Depreciation of property, plant and equipment

168 

180 


Amortisation of intangible assets

2,037 

1,897 


Finance income

-

(37) 


Finance expense                      

124 

113 


Foreign currency translation differences

11 

-


Taxation

48 

(62) 


Operating cash flows before movements in working capital

1,124 

565 






Decrease in trade and other receivables                      

260 

595 


Increase/(decrease) in trade and other payables

20 

(507) 


Interest paid

(4) 

(7) 


Taxation paid

(227) 

(144) 


Net cash generated from operating activities

1,173 

502 






Cash flows from investing activities




Interest and similar income received

-

37 


Purchases of property, plant and equipment

(1) 

(47) 


Purchases of other intangible assets

(1,872) 

(2,122) 


Net cash used in investing activities

(1,873) 

(2,132) 






Cash flows from financing activities




Interest and similar expenses paid

(119) 

(106) 


Payment of principal on lease liabilities

(135) 

(121) 


Loans received

400 

3,555 


Related parties loans received

1,302 

-


Repayment of loans

(517) 

(1,410) 


Net cash from financing activities

931 

1,918 






Net increase in cash and cash equivalents

231 

288 






Cash and cash equivalents at the beginning of the period

107

185 


Exchange losses on cash and cash equivalents

200 

79 


Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the year

538 

552 






 

Cash and cash equivalents comprise cash at bank less bank overdrafts.

 

1. Basis of Preparation 

 

These interim financial statements have been prepared in accordance with international accounting standards in conformity with the requirements of the Companies Act 2006. They do not include all disclosures that would otherwise be required in a complete set of financial statements and should be read in conjunction with the 31 March 2021 Annual Report. These interim financial statements have not been audited nor have they been reviewed by the Group's auditors under ISRE 2410 of the Auditing Practices Board. The financial information for the 6 months ended 30 September 2021 and 30 September 2020 does not constitute statutory accounts within the meaning of Section 434 (3) of the Companies Act 2006 and both periods are unaudited. However, selected explanatory notes are included to explain events and transactions that are significant to an understanding of the changes in the Group's financial position and performance since the last annual financial statements. 

 

The annual financial statements of Mirada plc are prepared in accordance with international accounting standards in conformity with the requirements of the Companies Act 2006. The comparative financial information for the year ended 31 March 2021 included within this report does not constitute the full statutory Annual Report and Financial Statements for that period. The statutory Annual Report and Financial Statements for the year to 31 March 2021 have been filed with the Registrar of Companies. The independent Auditors' Report on that Annual Report and Financial Statements was unqualified, did not draw attention to any matters by way of emphasis, and did not contain a statement under 498 (2) or 498 (3) of the Companies Act 2006. 

 

The accounting policies applied by the Group in this financial information are the same as those applied by the Group in its financial statements for the year ended 31 March 2021 and are those which will form the basis of the 2022 financial statements. 

 

After making enquiries, the directors have concluded that the Group has adequate resources to continue operational existence for the foreseeable future. Accordingly, they continue to adopt the going concern basis in preparing the half-yearly consolidated financial statements. 

 

New and amended accounting standards and interpretations

 

On 12 February 2021 the IASB issued an amendment to IAS 1 concerning accounting policy disclosures, and an amendment to IAS 8 concerning the definition of accounting estimates. On 7 May 2021 the IASB issued an amendment to IAS 12 concerning deferred tax related to assets and liabilities arising from a single transaction. The Company does not expect any material impact from the application of these two amendments, which are effective for annual reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2023. The Company will not early adopt these amendments.

 

On 23 January 2020 the IASB issued 'Classification of Liabilities as Current or Non-current', an amendment to IAS 1. On 14 May 2020 the IASB issued 'Reference to the Conceptual Framework', an amendment to IFRS 3; 'Proceeds before Intended Use', an amendment to IAS 16; 'Onerous Con-tracts - Cost of Fulfilling a Contract', an amendment to IAS 37; and 'Annual Improvements to IFRS standards 2018-2020'. The Company does not expect a material impact from those amendments, which are effective for annual reporting periods beginning on or after 1 January 2022. The Company will not early adopt these amendments.

 

 

The Board of Directors approved this interim report on 2 December 2021.  

 

 

 

2. Use of judgements and estimates 

 

In preparing these financial statements, management has made judgements and estimates that affect the application of accounting policies and the reported amounts of assets and liabilities, income and expense. Actual results may differ from these estimates. 

 

The significant judgements made by management in applying the Group's accounting policies and the key sources of estimation uncertainty were the same as those described in the last annual financial statements. 

 

3. Earnings before interest, taxation, depreciation, amortisation, and share-based charge 

 

Reconciliation of operating loss to profit before interest, taxation, depreciation, amortisation, and share-based payment charge: 

 

 


6 months ended
 30 September 2021
(Unaudited)

6 months ended
 30 September 2020
(Unaudited)



$000

$000






Operating loss

(1,081) 

(1,512) 


Depreciation

168 

180 


Amortisation

2,037 

1,897 






Operating profit before interest, taxation, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA)

1,124 

565 






 

4. Earnings per share 



6 months ended 30 September 2021

6 months ended 30 September 2020




(Unaudited)

(Unaudited)







Loss for period


$(1,264,059) 

$(1,525,623) 


Weighted average number of shares


8,908,435 

8,908,435 







Basic earnings per share


$(0.142) 

$(0.171) 







 

Diluted earnings per Ordinary Share equals basic earnings per Ordinary Share as, due to the losses incurred in the six months to 30 September 2021 and six months to 30 September 2020, there is no dilutive effect from the subsisting share options.

 

 

 

 

Adjusted earnings per share 

 

Adjusted earnings per share is calculated by reference to the loss from continuing activities before interest, taxation, amortisation and depreciation and share-based payment charge (see note 2). 

 



6 months ended 30 September 2021

6 months ended 30 September 2020




(Unaudited)

(Unaudited)







Adjusted EBITDA


$1,124,292 

$564,793 


Weighted average number of shares


8,908,435

8,908,435







Basic adjusted EBITDA per share


$0.126 

$0.063 







 

Diluted adjusted earnings per Ordinary Share equals basic adjusted earnings per Ordinary Share as, due to the losses incurred in the six months to 30 September 2021 and six months to 30 September 2020, there is no dilutive effect from the subsisting share options.

The total number of outstanding share options over new ordinary shares on 30 September 2021 was 41,483 (41,483 at 30 September 2020). 

 

 

5. Revenue from contracts with customers 

 

Disaggregation of revenue


















   6 months ended
   30 September 2021

Development


Licenses


Managed services


Total



$000


$000


$000


$000


Mexico

1,922 


2,127 


697 


4,746 


Europe

231 


73 


160 


464 


Other Americas

121 


576 




697 


Asia

52 




33 


85 



2,326 


2,776 


890 


5,992 











Revenue recognised over a period

1,779 


2,703 


812 


5,294 


Revenue recognised at a point in time

547 


73 


78 


698 



2,326 


2,776 


890 


5,992 











   6 months ended
   30 September 2020

Development


Licenses


Managed services


Total



$000


$000


$000


$000


Mexico

1,946 


1,031 


695 


3,672 


Europe

574 


442 


44 


1,060 


Other Americas

261 


410 


-


671 


Asia

43 


-


25 


68 



2,824 


1,883 


764 


5,471 











Revenue recognised over a period

2,581 


1,373 


748 


4,702 


Revenue recognised at a point in time

243 


510 


16 


769 



2,824 


1,883 


764 


5,471 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Our largest customer represented 79% of total revenues (H1 2020: 67%). The higher weight is due to a combination of increased licences from our largest customer. The Board expects that the proportion of revenue from this customer will remain at high levels, however it should reduce as contributions from new customers grow.

 

 

6. Related party transactions 

 

On 27 September 2021, the Company agreed an increase from €1.3 million to €3.0 million of the credit facility granted by Leasa Spain, S.L.U. The term of the Facility has also been extended by 12 months and now expires on 30 November 2022, although the Company retains the option to repay any drawn amounts earlier. The Board of Mirada considered it prudent to extend the maturity date in order to provide cashflow flexibility. 

 

7. Cautionary statement 

 

The Company has made forward-looking statements in this announcement, including statements about the market for and benefits of its products and services, financial results, the potential benefits of business relationships with third parties and business strategies. These statements about future events are subject to risks and uncertainties that could cause the Company's actual results to differ materially from those that might be inferred from the forward-looking statements. The Company and its Directors can make no assurance that any forward-looking statements will prove correct. 

 

8. Other 

 

Copies of the unaudited interim results have not been sent to shareholders. However, copies will shortly be available from the Company's website: https://www.mirada.tv/investors/financial-results/. 

 

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