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Millhouse Inc Plc Compact Valuation

Millhouse Inc Plc is targeting high quality financial services acquisitions for consolidation. We believe that the consolidation phase will be followed by a period where demand will exceed supply. Millhouse Inc Plc is now preparing for a London listing on GXG where improved liquidity and progress in the business plan suggest an attractive debut.

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MillhouseIAG - Visions for the Future

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CorpBuilders David Millhouse Talks with Economist Clifford Bennett

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David Millhouse Interview with Economist Clifford Bennett

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Ventured and gained

David Millhouse's investment and asset management organisation, MillhouseIAG, continues to help bring some of the world's most vital and innovative medical and health technologies to market - yet its work remains hardly recognised in Australia

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Thinking outside the share box

Top performing non-equity funds

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Long-term investors like their privacy

MillhouseIAG's Private Equity Fund has taken a different track, investing in two of its wholesale private equity trusts

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The sky is the limit for Brisbane

There's a lot to love about Brisbane but it could be even better

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Home for entrepreneurial spirits

David Millhouse defines why he chose Brisbane to do business

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Executives outline the German advantage

Representatives of three German investee businesses of Brisbane-based MillhouseIAG visited Australia in August to brief funds investors on their activities.

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Overseas investment working well for MillhouseIAG

MillhouseIAG Limited has returned in excess of 24 per cent per year net of fees on each of its private equity funds in their first two years and expects even better performance from the third year - currently being audited - according to cheif executive David Millhouse. Mr Millhouse is the founder of the Brisbane based business that operates across a range of business advisory and funds management areas.

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Venture capital: build intellectual property depth first, then seek investment

Australian biotechnology companies need to look for early stage intellectual property partners before seeking venture capital money, according to the founder of one international private equity and venture capital firm

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Boutique funds manager attracts strategic investor

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German healthcare companies raise their profile

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Investors take a world view

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Capital idea ventures west

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Bond University Newsletter

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Business doubles for UniQuest Ltd

UniQuest Limited, the University of Queensland's contract research and marketing company, has doubled its annual sales figure for the fourth year in a row

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Leadership in innovation

David Millhouse discusses the importance of innovation in business, and of an entrepreneurial spirit for commercial success

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Commercialising a University's work

A former researcher, salesman and PR man is working to maximise the value of Queensland University's research

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Brainpower reaps business rewards

Australia's leading technology broker, that is the title earned by UniQuest Ltd, a fledgling company set up to market the "brain and machine power" of Queensland University

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Compaq Young Executive of the Year Award

Uniquest LTD began trading in 1984 to perform the management functions of research contracting, consulting and testing services and with the aim of developing new projects and new companies. It has become recognised as the leading “technology broker” in the country and has already helped create and float two high-technology companies - Queensland Science an Technology Ltd and the biochemical and bio-medical company Qlone Ltd.

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Commercial academia beats all expectations

When David Millhouse was appointed general manager of Uniquest, the University of Queensland's vehicle for commercialising its talents and expertise, in July 1983, he predicted a turnover of $5 million by financial 1988

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