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  +0.025p +0.69% 3.625p 3.50p 3.75p 3.625p 3.60p 3.60p 3,228,420.00 10:28:04
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Nonequity Investment Instruments 2.3 -1.1 -31.0 - 24.68

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09/12/2016
08:20
BE Heard Daily Update: BE Heard is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BHRD. The last closing price for BE Heard was 3.60p.
BE Heard has a 4 week average price of 3.40p and a 12 week average price of 3.56p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.88p while the 1 year low share price is currently 2.78p.
There are currently 680,890,845 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 770,128 shares. The market capitalisation of BE Heard is £24,682,293.13.
07/9/2016
07:19
ibug: Be Heard Group is on the acquisition trail. It says it will snap up three or four similar businesses per year. This encourages this old punter who has noticed that to succeed in the internet world you need to be big. Big Fish, like Google and Facebook, can become very big indeed, whereas small fry struggle and so often hit the wall. The market Be Heard is looking at is not going to be far short of £185 billion in a year or so they say. And two years ago, you might be surprised to learn that online sales in the world were over a trillion pounds. And you don't often get to use the word trillion when talking about stocks and shares. But let's not get carried away. Be Heard's profit is speculated to be £1.5 million next year. And of course, there is tremendous competition out there, most of it from the internet giants mentioned earlier. Yet Be Heard could have a real chance of growing its share price if it only grabs a tiny, tiny fraction of fast-moving internet action. - See more at: htTp://www.shareprophets.com/views/23529/be-heard-may-be-small-but-it-may-be-heard-in-the-winner-s-list#sthash.ESYtuk2S.dpuf
05/9/2016
09:19
chumski: New investors look back on share price chart last 12 months. Easy to see the last pump and dump.
05/9/2016
09:15
chumski: The world full of optimistic broker notes and the suchlike. Some 100% higher than the share price. The scammers know this. Every investor who's been around a bit knows this. A 4.5p target on this is nothing unusual at all. Doesn't mean it will get there and doesn't mean it's worth it.
16/8/2016
13:40
chinese investor: The Share Price is exactly where I hoped it would be !
04/8/2016
15:22
chimers: City broker Numis Thursday initiated coverage of the digital marketing specialist Be Heard Group PLC (LON:BHRD) with a ‘buy’ recommendation and target valuation that’s 46% higher than the current share price. In a 28-page note, analyst Paul Richards said the stock, which is currently changing hands for 3.05p, was worth 4.46p. “Be Heard has the management capability and financial resources to build an agile, interconnected group to help clients maximise their return from investment from digital marketing,” Richards said
15/6/2016
10:08
chimers: MEANTIME.............. SMALL CAP IDEAS: Heavyweight advertising veteran wants to make a big noise with AIM venture Be Heard By IAN LYALL, PROACTIVE INVESTORS, FOR THISISMONEY.CO.UK PUBLISHED: 14:39, 13 June 2016 | UPDATED: 15:16, 13 June 2016 View comments I hope he won’t mind me describing him thus, but Peter Scott is a veteran of the advertising and marketing industry. He started his working life with Ogilvy and Mather (I won’t embarrass him by saying exactly when) and co-founded WCRS, which to quote his biography ‘morphed’; into Aegis under his tenure as boss. The business was eventually sold to Japanese rival Dentsu for £3.2billion. After that he created Engine Group, which was sold to private equity for £100million in 2014. Cue retirement and a focus on family (he has been married to Jan for 35 years and has three children) with more time to concentrate on his growing herd of pedigree shorthorn cattle. New hit: Advertising heavyweight Peter Scott started his working life with Ogilvy and Mather, and co-founded WCRS, which ¿morphed¿ into Aegis under his tenure as boss. Now he is chairman of AIM-listed Be Heard +1 New hit: Advertising heavyweight Peter Scott started his working life with Ogilvy and Mather, and co-founded WCRS, which ‘morphed’; into Aegis under his tenure as boss. Now he is chairman of AIM-listed Be Heard Nope, not a bit of it. Scott, it seems, enjoys a challenge, and as if to underline the point he has come to the junior market (never an easy ride for even the most experienced business founder) with his latest baby, Be Heard. The company, which made its debut on AIM last November following a reverse into Mithril Capital, is currently valued at £22million. The short-to-medium term plan is to turn it into a £100million turnover business focused on digital marketing – be that user experience (UX), driving traffic to sites, content or data analytics. 'The big picture thinking was we had a big gap in the marketplace,' Scott told Proactive Investors. 'If you look at what has happened there was a centre ground of mid-size digitally based marketing services groups… one by one these have been taken out by the Big Four.' In other words, there is little choice for marketers, but also there are limited options for business owners who are looking to take their agencies to the next level. The options are: be acquired by one of the major holding groups and become just a tiny cog in a huge machine or struggle on subscale, never quite reaching full potential. Scott’s approach to his buy and build programme is to offer companies a leg up. Okay, it isn’t a purely altruistic gesture. He is acquiring businesses with a mix of cash (around 65 per cent of the initial consideration) and equity along with an earn-out, usually over three years. Be Heard followed this structure with the acquisition of MMT Digital in March. It agreed to pay up to £20.5million if the company hits all its financial targets, but is handing over only £5.1million initially (£3.3million of this in cash). MMT’s team stays engaged and incentivised over the next three years with £15.4million still up for grabs. The targets that must be achieved are exacting and are tied to top line growth rates and margins. The latter point is a crucial one in the Scott formula, because it prevents the business founder growing revenues at the expense of profitability. 'Everyone has to think and behave in the interests of the group, not just themselves as individuals,' said the Be Heard chairman. MMT, which designs user-friendly web sites and apps for companies such as ComparetheMarket, Scope, the charity for the disabled, and publishing company Hodder Education, is one of two firms in the Be Heard stable currently. The other is media buying agency Agenda 21. Already, the two businesses have identified sales synergies and the crossover opportunities will grow along as more acquisitions roll in. BE HEARD AT A GLANCE Ticker: BHRD Value: £22million Share price: 3.25p Year high: 6p Low: 2.9p Scott and the team will, using their experience and Be Heard’s deeper pockets, help businesses flourish. 'We’ll get them to the next level,' said Scott. With money in the bank and a reputation for not paying over the odds, there’s enough in the coffers to fund the short term deal flow. The company has said it is comfortable doing four deals a year and it has the support of a pretty impressive roster of institutional investors (which includes Gresham House, Artemis and Schroders) if it wants to come back to the market to top up its cash pile. Entrepreneur, investor and Saracens owner Nigel Wray is also a backer. As the business grows so its ability to conclude bigger and bigger takeovers will increase. That said, Scott won’t be doing deals just for the sake of it. Transactions must fit his ‘four pillars’ strategy (in other words be in the hot areas of UX, digital marketing, content and data analytics), and, crucially, the management must be ready to commit to staying with the businesses they are selling. 'We don’t want people who just want to pack up and go,' said Scott. 'It is about a three to four year plan. They [the vendors] do well if they deliver strong growth from the businesses. 'Our job is we are there to support and encourage them to get the maximum.' There is deal flow there, so you suspect £100million turnover is a just a staging post to something a lot larger. 'We have set our sights at a level where people don’t think we are completely insane,' Scott said with a smile. As Be Heard grows and fully forms as a diversified business it will be interesting to see how the market values it. Ten to 15 times underlying earnings (EBITDA) seems to be the range for the sector, although a pure digital play might expect to command a premium to the average. Let’s be clear, Be Heard is currently work in progress; it’s just two acquisitions into a much more ambitious buy and build programme. So, there’s a way to go before the investment benchmarking starts in earnest. Chairman Scott, meanwhile, appears to be relishing the challenge.
14/6/2016
14:03
chimers: SMALL CAP IDEAS: Heavyweight advertising veteran wants to make a big noise with AIM venture Be Heard By IAN LYALL, PROACTIVE INVESTORS, FOR THISISMONEY.CO.UK PUBLISHED: 14:39, 13 June 2016 | UPDATED: 15:16, 13 June 2016 View comments I hope he won’t mind me describing him thus, but Peter Scott is a veteran of the advertising and marketing industry. He started his working life with Ogilvy and Mather (I won’t embarrass him by saying exactly when) and co-founded WCRS, which to quote his biography ‘morphed’; into Aegis under his tenure as boss. The business was eventually sold to Japanese rival Dentsu for £3.2billion. After that he created Engine Group, which was sold to private equity for £100million in 2014. Cue retirement and a focus on family (he has been married to Jan for 35 years and has three children) with more time to concentrate on his growing herd of pedigree shorthorn cattle. New hit: Advertising heavyweight Peter Scott started his working life with Ogilvy and Mather, and co-founded WCRS, which ¿morphed¿ into Aegis under his tenure as boss. Now he is chairman of AIM-listed Be Heard +1 New hit: Advertising heavyweight Peter Scott started his working life with Ogilvy and Mather, and co-founded WCRS, which ‘morphed’; into Aegis under his tenure as boss. Now he is chairman of AIM-listed Be Heard Nope, not a bit of it. Scott, it seems, enjoys a challenge, and as if to underline the point he has come to the junior market (never an easy ride for even the most experienced business founder) with his latest baby, Be Heard. The company, which made its debut on AIM last November following a reverse into Mithril Capital, is currently valued at £22million. The short-to-medium term plan is to turn it into a £100million turnover business focused on digital marketing – be that user experience (UX), driving traffic to sites, content or data analytics. 'The big picture thinking was we had a big gap in the marketplace,' Scott told Proactive Investors. 'If you look at what has happened there was a centre ground of mid-size digitally based marketing services groups… one by one these have been taken out by the Big Four.' In other words, there is little choice for marketers, but also there are limited options for business owners who are looking to take their agencies to the next level. The options are: be acquired by one of the major holding groups and become just a tiny cog in a huge machine or struggle on subscale, never quite reaching full potential. Scott’s approach to his buy and build programme is to offer companies a leg up. Okay, it isn’t a purely altruistic gesture. He is acquiring businesses with a mix of cash (around 65 per cent of the initial consideration) and equity along with an earn-out, usually over three years. Be Heard followed this structure with the acquisition of MMT Digital in March. It agreed to pay up to £20.5million if the company hits all its financial targets, but is handing over only £5.1million initially (£3.3million of this in cash). MMT’s team stays engaged and incentivised over the next three years with £15.4million still up for grabs. The targets that must be achieved are exacting and are tied to top line growth rates and margins. The latter point is a crucial one in the Scott formula, because it prevents the business founder growing revenues at the expense of profitability. 'Everyone has to think and behave in the interests of the group, not just themselves as individuals,' said the Be Heard chairman. MMT, which designs user-friendly web sites and apps for companies such as ComparetheMarket, Scope, the charity for the disabled, and publishing company Hodder Education, is one of two firms in the Be Heard stable currently. The other is media buying agency Agenda 21. Already, the two businesses have identified sales synergies and the crossover opportunities will grow along as more acquisitions roll in. BE HEARD AT A GLANCE Ticker: BHRD Value: £22million Share price: 3.25p Year high: 6p Low: 2.9p Scott and the team will, using their experience and Be Heard’s deeper pockets, help businesses flourish. 'We’ll get them to the next level,' said Scott. With money in the bank and a reputation for not paying over the odds, there’s enough in the coffers to fund the short term deal flow. The company has said it is comfortable doing four deals a year and it has the support of a pretty impressive roster of institutional investors (which includes Gresham House, Artemis and Schroders) if it wants to come back to the market to top up its cash pile. Entrepreneur, investor and Saracens owner Nigel Wray is also a backer. As the business grows so its ability to conclude bigger and bigger takeovers will increase. That said, Scott won’t be doing deals just for the sake of it. Transactions must fit his ‘four pillars’ strategy (in other words be in the hot areas of UX, digital marketing, content and data analytics), and, crucially, the management must be ready to commit to staying with the businesses they are selling. 'We don’t want people who just want to pack up and go,' said Scott. 'It is about a three to four year plan. They [the vendors] do well if they deliver strong growth from the businesses. 'Our job is we are there to support and encourage them to get the maximum.' There is deal flow there, so you suspect £100million turnover is a just a staging post to something a lot larger. 'We have set our sights at a level where people don’t think we are completely insane,' Scott said with a smile. As Be Heard grows and fully forms as a diversified business it will be interesting to see how the market values it. Ten to 15 times underlying earnings (EBITDA) seems to be the range for the sector, although a pure digital play might expect to command a premium to the average. Let’s be clear, Be Heard is currently work in progress; it’s just two acquisitions into a much more ambitious buy and build programme. So, there’s a way to go before the investment benchmarking starts in earnest. Chairman Scott, meanwhile, appears to be relishing the challenge.
14/6/2016
10:37
currypasty: http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/be-heard-BHRD/share-news/Placing-to-raise-5-5m-upon-AIM-Admission/69365268 http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/be-heard-BHRD/share-news/Be-Heard-Group-PLC-Admission-to-AIM/69425155 http://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/be-heard-BHRD/share-news/Be-Heard-Group-PLC-Proposed-Acquisition-and-Placin/71210599 http://beheardgroup.com/content/about/index.aspx
16/5/2016
12:14
soultrading: I am not as worried as some of the regular posters here about the dreaded brexit as I figure the market will snap back after the vote. Having said that I think BHRD is vunerable to a further drop in share price. It has not achieved anything and the price is based on possible future success. It might have some nice big clients thanks to its previous aquisition but none of them were spending the whole client list spent more than the value of my holiday house. This is why this worries me, that poster who was shouting about how this will quadrupple when it 4.5p has gone, I see he is worried about the BREXIT and is in cash. I can not help thinking he has the right idea. This might be worth a punt for a long term hold but right now it is just losing and aquiring debt. Why would it manage to stay where it is during the weeks coming up to the BREXIT. Sure you are all going to accept the currently little loss and aim to buy back in when it is say 1.5p - 2p??? If I am thinking it you all must be.. Come on save yourself the heart aching of losing 50-60%. Instead the smart trade would sell and buy back in. Then it only has to return to the placing price to make you some profit. The big guys are out. I would follow. This is on the top of the slope and the BREXIT will ice up them skies... BECAREFUL
06/1/2016
12:16
zengas: Soggy I just ignore the dross. I was in Asos (ASC) 12 years ago and the repetitive trashing by a few was the same there. Believe in your own judgement and fair minded posts relative to the strategy unfolding for BHRD not on an hour by hour, day by day or week by week basis but hopefully on a growth path that will be successfully executed by people who have had previous experience in this area. I remember one poster constantly knocking ASOS at 2 and 3p. (It was floated in 2001 at 20p and later fell to 2-3p over the next 2 years) It was a business that supposedly anyone could replicate and there would be no growth and it was business that took time to set up and start to execute its business plan. A 1m share sale at 8.25p by a director to buy a house on 20/2/2004 was taken as a signal that the doom and gloom merchants were correct re it going nowhere. http://www.investegate.co.uk/asos-plc--asc-/rns/director-shareholding/200402201635226770V/ One year later (27th Jan 2005) a second director sold a portion at 68.375p http://www.investegate.co.uk/asos-plc--asc-/rns/director-holding-add-listing/200501281311109346H/ Over the next 2-3 years the share price climbed to £3 and then with exponential growth soared to £25 in 2011 and £68 in 2014 and currently over £33 now. The moral of the story for me is to filter out those that are knocking for the sake of knocking. I wouldn't spend 5 seconds listening to them if they droned on every 2 minutes with the same old story like that in a pub or party so why would I waste any part of life on them here if they need to say something 50-60 times a day! Life's too short to waste it on imbeciles. If you believe that this company can grow significantly particularly in a vast market that is expected to rise significantly in digital content expenditure over the next few years to $1 trillion and also via acquisitions, then presently the rest is noise if it has to be said by the knockers day in day out. No big deal if it rises or falls by a penny or so short term unless you can't deal with holding something like this or totally looking for a fast profit (either short or long). I'm not looking for anything remotely on the scale of the ASOS (ASC) growth but i do see the potential as i said in a previous post that even with further share issues and getting this company to a valuation of £300m+ on 5-600m shares could see a multi-bagger of 50-60p. P.Scott has seen Aegis sold for £3.2b on £1b revenues and £160m (pre-tax) profits so who knows down the line how, if successful, what any growth could stretch to?. That's the unknown at the early stage (as it was at the constant slagging of ASOS). The next 6 months to a year of this could see us range bound for all we know and that's the unknown so the repetitiveness of comments is pointless. This has significant institutional investment along with a strong management who have already stated they are targeting bolt ons at up to £50m each and these should at that kind of price have significant revenue given that the very first for £11.9m max cost is currently doing circa £16m and profitable. If successful and they bed in well for decent growth the share price should be much higher than where it now is. The fact is i'd rather take the risk now with capital i can risk/afford at this price for optimum potential rather than later. What if those bolt ons amount to 2-4 companies at £50m+ each over the next 2 years and at much higher share prices and/or financing ? It may be tougher to build a significant holding as time goes on/next deal - again who knows but we know they are targeting further acquisitions without doubt. I used the ASC analogy because i paid circa 3p for it, believed in it but sold out due to the constant knocking by some and the director selling which the knockers suggested was the share price limit. The same knocking went on day in day out and as here, Again, big deal!, if the share price shifts up or down in the short term. Nothing guaranteed so rely on your own research but some of these old posts are no different to what is being said here. ASOS 2003 posts - sportbilly1 25 Apr'03 - 14:34 - 8 of 811 looking at the long term graph, fair value for this stock, given profitability and increasing revenues, must be around 15p. I have consequently changed my price target from 10 to 15p RBonnier 28 Apr'03 - 14:21 - 21 of 811 Oh Dear! Wally123 28 Apr'03 - 15:15 - 28 of 811 so your conclusion is that no matter what the company deliver the share price is doomed because Hoodless Bennan are one of the three m/ms trading the stock? Everything else about this companies long term potential looks sound to me other than the share price. It does make me wonder how a company can lose almost 9% of its market cap in one day on about what £7ks worth of stock movement. BritishBear 30 Apr'03 - 12:26 - 56 of 811 Beware pump and dumpers - although this is an interesting story it is essential to track the website over a month or two and you will see that it is actually quite poor (same stock). While revenues may be up they are from a very low level. ASC is fully priced. ----------------------------------------------- No one knows what the future price will be here but that is part of what investing is all about - recognising potential early and potential for major returns on capital you can afford to risk. No point looking back wishing you had followed you're own research rather than listening to mindless micro management comment every 5 minutes.
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