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The Company is a provider of print procurement solutions to corporate clients in the United States.
Favorable valuation. Steady revenue growth. Provides services in a market segment likely to see increasing demand.
TMF stock of the day 5/6/15
This is a small/mid cap high growth stock that should outperform the S&P during the bull market.
Here's the buy rec:http://www.fool.com/investing/high-growth/2011/02/08/rising-star-buy-innerworkings.aspx?source=ihpsitota0000001&lidx=9
This stock is prime for buying. The only thing that has been holding the price down appears to be low profitability...the numbers are improving. Guidance appears favorable in the near-term.
High growth, solid balance sheet screen
good long term play in small cap stock
InnerWorkings Inc. is the only company you probably want to be involved with that has anything to do with printing and publishing, everything else right now looks terrible. The first thing which attracted me to the stock was the inverse head and shoulders which looked like a confirmed breakout today. A three white soldiers pattern also dictates the likelihood that this is heading higher over the next few months. Fundamentally revenues are growing 76% this year and 45% next year with a forward price to earnings of 36 and 69M dollars of cash on hand. Their growth will certainly level off in 2-3 years, but for now hop on for the ride.NeroSagetrade
Companies are looking at outsourcing to save money and this is a good concept.
InnerWorkings Inc is a leading provider of print procurement solutions in the U.S. By utilizing its proprietary technology and databases, the company creates a competitive bid process to procure, purchase and deliver printed products as part of a comprehensive outsourced enterprise solution and in individual transactions. The company procures printed products for clients across a wide range of industries such as advertising, consumer products, publishing and retail.As per Datamonitor figures, the total shipments of the commercial print industry stood at $373 billion in 2005 and are expected to $ 418 billion by 2010. Many corporates seek to focus on core competencies and outsource non-core business functions, such as print procurement to become competitiveThe company recently acquired a leading provider of print management services based in California called Spectrum Printing Systems. This acquisition marks a significant presence for InnerWorkings in the South California print market. Spectrum also provides promotional products, apparel and complete warehousing and fulfillment services. Also in October 2006, the company acquired Applied Graphics, a provider of print management and print-on-demand services in California. This acquisition would help InnerWorkings to establish a significant presence in California, Hawaii and Nevada by adding 35 sales executives, 1000 transactional clients and 500 new suppliers.Acquisitions represent significant up-sell and cross-sell opportunities for INWK by allowing the company to leverage its product offering and continue to play a central role in INWK's growth strategy, which is evident by three acquisitions over past one year. The stock of InnerWorkings offers good opportunity for long-term investors as transactional relationships gained via acquisitions serve as a pipeline for the company's enterprise accounts.
Just a hunch.
An IPO rated as "hot" by IPOhome's voters and added to "MyOwn" picks. Earings for this year and next year look very good. Recently took a hit because of an article in Barrons' but I believe it will be back.
Im a printer and money gets released in Jan . this could be a quick buck in the first Q
someone is buying
locked up shares come out in feb so short in feb
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