Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Cloudbuy LSE:CBUY London Ordinary Share GB00B09Y8Y28 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 2.25p 2.00p 2.50p 2.25p 2.25p 2.25p 158,118.00 07:52:37
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.7 -6.1 4.8 0.5 2.93

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26/3/2017
17:18
Have to agree but if you get enough products on board things soon start to change.I can certainly see a difference in volume on the CII site.If the UOB start to get some serious traction and bare in mind they have 500 branches together with the FSB we could see thousands added every day.I sill have serious reservations about Cloudbuy but things certainly look better now than in 2015 when the price was a lot higher.I am still not sure about the PHB's or York region but will be happy to be proved wrong.
duncandisorderly
26/3/2017
16:44
When you ALEXA RANK each marketplace each one seems to be non existent - I think they are waiting for it be be populated before using it but the time taken seems an eternity - ciitrade.in seems like a pretty good site but alexa ranked well above 2million i.e hardly being used or noticed in terms of traffic - So the question is what are they waiting for? Is anyone going to use anything? QXL was smashed in 2003/04 but the difference was that they had a lot of interest and site usage to turn the business around as well as a upturn in tech - Cloudbuy have to get one thing working or it looks like curtains here -
tomboyb
26/3/2017
10:04
That was a good find.By the look of things over there,they are kicking the SGFirst site into touch which has been more than useless and good riddance to them.The CII site added a whole lot more yesterday as well so if they carry on like they did last week will easily hit 5,0000 pages.I will still be interested to see what happens on the FSB site as this has the potential to be far greater than any of them but you just don't know these days.
duncandisorderly
25/3/2017
21:11
Good find markybee. We live in hope.
freddie01
25/3/2017
20:50
Just found the uob's marketplace.....www.thebizexchange.com....there are approx 2750 products on the site.Not sure how long it has been going but lets keep an eye on this guys and gals!!
markybee
24/3/2017
13:14
Hope springs infernal duncandisorderly? I suppose if you are an Indian business, then there are attractions to doing business through your own trusted organisation. I wonder how much status is attached to being a member of the CII? By which I mean is being a member seen as somebody you can trust in business. One would expect that the larger the CII offering becomes, then the quicker it will grow. But will it and the other sites ever get to the point of paying the bills, before the business sinks, or ends up in Mr Sella's pocket?
lefrene
24/3/2017
12:51
Cheers duncan.
freddie01
24/3/2017
12:35
It does sound a lot more positive.Dare I say it might be a far better year????
duncandisorderly
24/3/2017
12:17
I've just seen an interview with D Gibbon.If you Google Cloudbuy and go to the news section you can see it.It doesn't really ask the main question about finances but it sounds like they are pulling their belt in.
duncandisorderly
24/3/2017
10:25
Do we know for a fact that every single product listed is cheaper elsewhere? We're not privy to who may be buying but have to assume all these businesses that are signing on must feel it's worthwhile as they pay a fee once they start selling.
freddie01
24/3/2017
10:07
But who is buying these products and why aren't they buying them cheaper somewhere else?
duncandohnutter
24/3/2017
08:53
The cii website is flying.I can easily see them getting to 5,000 pages before the end of this month.
duncandisorderly
23/3/2017
08:58
Page 9 now Freddie.I do think that there is a possibility that the FSB will be very large at some stage but when is another question. On the plus side if there is one with this company,the CII site now has 45,152 products.They have been adding an average of 1,000+ per day now which if carries on will quite a number by the end of the year.
duncandisorderly
22/3/2017
21:46
hxxps://fsbmarketplace.com/product-search.html All's well. 8 pages.
freddie01
22/3/2017
19:54
Nice place JonC is that a 5 star hotel in London ?
the stigologist
22/3/2017
18:21
Gentlemen.Let us not be too hasty here,The directors have proved themselves time and time again and will be buying shares by the bucket load as they have done on previous occasions.They truly believe in the future of this company and are willing to stand side by side with us by taking up stock at these ridiculously low prices...............NOT!
duncandisorderly
22/3/2017
18:01
The venue of this years AGM.
jonc
22/3/2017
17:43
AIM Full of crooks...!!!!
beeezzz
22/3/2017
15:50
The thing with PHBs is that NHS SBS is the Trojan horse delivering CBUY to the CCGs. The problem with setting up a competing PHB marketplace is all the stuff you need for managing the budgets and paying suppliers off them, and making sure that budget holders only buy the things they're allowed to buy. As I understand it a lot of this was already in place at CBUY as it's used in other marketplaces like Exeter University and those schools in Canada that have been in pilot for what feels like decades. It's not impossible that the PHB thing really does take off, but nothing they do gives me any confidence in this, and the flagrant greed of the directors is despicable.
duncandohnutter
22/3/2017
14:37
I may buy some at 0.2p for the dead cat bounce
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