Market briefs: DigiSlide, Praemium, Bluglass

Digislide (ASX:DGI) hires Freshtel's (ASX:FRE) founder; Praemium (ASX:PPS) launches super management platform; Bluglass, JV partner to build R&D and demo site

DigiSlide hires former Freshtel CEO

DigiSlide (ASX:DGI) has hired Freshtel (ASX:FRE) founder and former chief executive, Michael Carew, as its chief marketing officer.

Carew will be based in Melbourne, to give the projection technology and IPTV company a presence in the eastern states.

Freshtel is a VoIP product and services company, which Carew served as CEO of until June 2007. DGI shares grew 4.35 per cent on Thursday to $0.120.

Praemium launches super management platform

Online financial portfolio administration company, Praemium (ASX:PPS), has appointed two providers for its new superannuation offering.

Cavendish Superannuation and Super Concepts have been chosen to deliver SMARTwrap for Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMARTwrap SMSF).

The online service has been designed to sit on top of Praemium's existing SMARTwrap platform, Praemium said. PPS shares grew 4.17 per cent on Thursday to $0.250.

Bluglass JV to build R&D and demonstration site

Bluglass Limited (ASX:BLG) has announced it will establish a R&D and demonstration site in the UK with joint venture partner SPP Process Technology Systems.

The facility will showcase and help develop Bluglass' Remote Plasma Chemical Vapour Deposition (RPCVD) technology, which has applications in the semiconductor industry.

The partners said they have commenced design of the facility, but did not give an estimated completion time. BLG shares grew 5.71 per cent during Thursday's trading to $0.185.

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