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Coolabi LSE:COO London Ordinary Share GB00B28PL418 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% 7.50p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0 05:00:10
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Media 2.9 -0.2 0.4 18.8 4.16

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26/9/2016
09:20
Coolabi Daily Update: Coolabi is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker COO. The last closing price for Coolabi was 7.50p.
Coolabi has a 4 week average price of - and a 12 week average price of -.
The 1 year high share price is - while the 1 year low share price is currently -.
There are currently 55,517,449 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Coolabi is £4,163,808.68.
11/8/2011
12:42
iloveit: Bid approach for Coolabi 09/08/2011 Robert Tyerman Media rights specialist Coolabi (COO) says it has received an approach which might lead to a takeover bid. The AIM-quoted company, whose properties include Purple Ronnie and pre-school series Poppy Cat, has announced this in response to sharp movements in its share price. Chaired by William Harris and steered by chief executive Jeremy Banks, London-based Coolabi, whose broker is Evolution Securities, has recently been scoring successes for its brands, including four merchandising partnerships the other day for Poppy Cat. Last year, the company slashed its losses from £1.4 million to £196,500 before a tax credit of £474,000 on turnover down 17 per cent to £2.9 million. Highlighted by Growth Company Investor at 6.25p in June, Coolabi tightly-held shares, which have traded between 8.95p and 5.75p over the past 12 months, now change hands at 8.75p, up 1.25p this morning, valuing the company at £4.9 million. Hold on. To receive more relevant articles like this one, why not sign up to our weekly newsletters? Click here http://www.growthcompany.co.uk/registration/
11/8/2011
11:18
iloveit: For Sale COOLABI 20P+ ? After a jump in its share price yesterday, UK entertainment and rights management company Coolabi has confirmed that it has been approached by a third-party suitor for a possible takeover. The company issued a statement saying that the possible offer may or may not lead to a concrete offer, as discussions are at a very early stage. The firm, which produces preschool series Poppy Cat, saw its share price rise 18% to 8.88 pence on the London Stock Exchange after confirming the takeover approach. Read more: http://kidscreen.com/2011/08/09/for-sale-coolabi/#ixzz1UiLHCpk1
28/7/2011
11:17
lord gnome: Yes, it has been a consistent stream of good news from COO. One day this must surely translate into the share price. Roll on September and the interims. That should give us a clue.
14/7/2011
10:19
saucepan: Interims are due late September. Whether interest is created as a result of tip sheet coverage or a corporate development RNS before then remains to be seen. COO stands out as being cheap on fundamentals, so those who identify stocks through data trawls may also trickle on board. In fairness, however, it does not take much action to make the share price quite sharply.
22/6/2011
08:43
saucepan: Back in again! (6.1p to buy). I suspect the share price decline could finally now be reversing. COO has established a triple bottom on the chart. Lord Gnome, you are correct. The data quoted in the thread header for 2011 profit are still current according to ShareScope.
20/5/2011
08:03
lord gnome: The movement in the share price suggests that the company is headed for the dustbin, yet the news coming from the company in the last 12 months has been universally positive and the company has recorded a profit - albeit a small one. Sooner or later the company will issue figures that are going to give the market a pleasant surprise and the share price will react accordingly. Hopefully the next set if interims will give us a good clue as to whether they are translating good deeds into profits and cashflow. I am however focusing on next year's finals announcement. I can wait 12 months if the share price is going to double - and I still think it will. The only fly in the ointment is that I am not at all sure as to how much cash these licensing deals are actually worth. Does anyone on here have any comparisons that might give an indication?
26/1/2011
15:39
wearehere: READ THIS , http://www.stockopedia.co.uk/content/the-entertainer-jeremy-banks-of-coolabi-speaks-to-stockopedia-48858/ Coolabi (LON:COO) , the AIM listed media company focused on the ownership and creative management of high quality intellectual property assets, has concluded the first four licensing deals for its Poppy Cat property ahead of its UK television debut on Nick Jr (UK) in May and its international roll-out later in the year. The animated 52 episode series of Poppy Cat, co-produced by Coolabi Productions and King Rollo Films, will bring to life the much-loved children's literary character created by Lara Jones in the Macmillan book series that has sold over two million copies. The Coolabi share price gained 2.1% to 5.88p in morning trading. With the series airing soon, Coolabi said that interest in the licensing and merchandising opportunities surrounding the Poppy Cat brand was increasing significantly. Further deals are in negotiation, including in other territories following international pre-sales of the television series. Among the first four licensing agreements is an addition to an existing book deal, which includes more than 30 of the original Poppy Cat books, in which Macmillan have signed a publishing deal to produce a specially written and designed series of books to tie in with the television series. The new Poppy Cat books will be published in Autumn 2011. Elsewhere, Redan Publishing, the name behind many popular and respected children's magazines, has signed a deal to feature regular Poppy Cat stories and fun activities in two of their best known magazines: Fun to Learn Friends and Fun to Learn Favourites. Poppy Cat's debut appearance in the magazines will coincide with the first episode broadcast on Nick Jr (UK). Coolabi has also signed a deal with character nightwear supplier Aykroyd and TDP Licensing Ltd, long established as a major player in the field of children's licensed character merchandise, which will bring out a range of nightwear and underwear for the pre-school market featuring designs inspired by the Poppy Cat TV series. The collection will launch at retail in spring 2012 across most retail channels. Finally, Jumbo Games, one of the leading puzzle and game manufacturers in Europe, will produce a range of Poppy Cat jigsaws, puzzles and games for the preschool market, launching in 2012. As well as launching on Nick Jr UK in May, international pre-sales of the television series have been confirmed with Nick Jr Australia, RTE Ireland, YLE Finland, TV2 Norway, and TVO, SCN and Knowledge Network in Canada and Cake Entertainment has been appointed as our distribution partner for the series. Jeremy Banks, the chief executive of Coolabi, said: "These four agreements, with some of the best known companies in their fields, underline the increasing awareness of both the Poppy Cat name and the forthcoming Poppy Cat television series. We expect this strong licensee interest to continue both in the run-up to the television series and well beyond." Click here to read a recent Stockopedia interview with Jeremy Banks.
15/7/2010
17:58
saucepan: The basic investment case, as I see it, is as follows: I start with value and recovery. If forecast 2010 results of 1p earnings per share are accurate, the stock trades on a P/E of eight. With 2p eps forecast for 2011 that makes a forward P/E of four. So, if the shares maintain their current lowly P/E rating they would potentially double in price. I actually think we might see broker upgrades in view of the developments which I turn to below. So, the next question is what are the grounds for confidence that recovery/growth is on track? I msyelf became interested in the stock in June 2010 after two RNS announcements on the same day (10 June): An AGM statement that was very upbeat: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?...06100700203677N And "two further deals for the teen and tween girl's brand, Scarlett & Crimson, underlining the property's capacity for rapid international expansion". http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?...06100700223676N EPS was a negative (i.e loss) per share of 34p in 2004 and this loss has reduced steadily since then. 2010 looks like the year EPS will be turning positive (i.e. the figures quoted above. Debt is very modest. Coolabi has also recently been recruiting some seemingly very high calibre individuals to key positions: e.g. Zoe Scurfield, Anna Hewitt. The Company has a current market capital of £3.6 million - so it is not a case of elephant's having to gallop to make headway, to use Jim Slater's analogy. Now let's look at the share price. It is absolutely bombed out, but the chart seems to have developed a bottom, and the consolidation period has been substantial. In view of the expressed excitement and optimism of the company, I expect the share price to start recovering now to keep in tune with the fundamental story. With a share price that was once in excess of 2000p and a current buy price of 8p, the multibagger potential is obvious. My own stop is the 5.75p low made at the beginning of the year: making for a great risk reward ratio, in my opinion. Directors have been accumulating shares regularly since 2004, and there has been no selling. What is missing is current share price momentum. The shares seem almost totally off the private investor radar. I think it is just possible that the likes of Investors Chronicle and Shares Magazine might have a comment on the 10 June RNS announcements in their next editions (though I am not holding my breath), but I shall be rather more surprised if a tip sheet of some kind does not discover what seems to me a growth/turnaround story in the next 6 months. That could light the share price fire. Hopefully, I am doing my bit by flagging COO in this competition!! Last but not least, Coolabi have Bagpuss among their intellectual property rights, and I love Bagpuss - shows my age
14/6/2010
08:19
saucepan: Over the weekend, I wrote a piece on the Shares Forum about Coolabi (COO). I thought I would post an edited version here: The basic investment case, as I see it, is as follows: I start with value and recovery. If forecast 2010 results of 1p earnings per share are accurate, the stock trades on a P/E of eight. With 2p eps forecast for 2011 that makes a forward P/E of four. So, if the shares maintain their current lowly P/E rating they would potentially double in price. I actually think we might see broker upgrades in view of the developments which I turn to below. So, the next question is what are the grounds for confidence that recovery/growth is on track? I became interested in the stock only last week after two RNS announcements on the same day (10 June): An AGM statement that was very upbeat: http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?...06100700203677N And "two further deals for the teen and tween girl's brand, Scarlett & Crimson, underlining the property's capacity for rapid international expansion". http://www.investegate.co.uk/Article.aspx?...06100700223676N EPS was a negative (i.e loss) per share of 34p in 2004 and this loss has reduced steadily since then. 2010 looks like the year EPS will be turning positive (i.e. the figures quoted above). Debt is modest. Coolabi has also recently been recruiting some seemingly very high calibre individuals to key positions: e.g. Zoe Scurfield, Anna Hewitt. The Company has a current market capital of £3.6 million - so it is not a case of elephant's having to gallop to make headway, to use Jim Slater's analogy. Now let's look at the share price. It is absolutely bombed out, but the chart seems to have developed a bottom, and the consolidation period has been substantial. In view of the expressed excitement and optimism of the company, I expect the share price to start recovering now to keep in tune with the fundamental story. With a share price that was once in excess of 2000p and a current buy price of 8p, the multibagger potential is obvious. My own stop is the 5.75p low made at the beginning of the year: making for a great risk reward ratio, in my opinion. Directors have been accumulating shares regularly since 2004, and there has been no selling. What is missing is current share price momentum. The shares seem almost totally off the private investor radar. I think it is just possible that the likes of Investors Chronicle and Shares Magazine might have a comment on the 10 June RNS announcements in their next editions (though I am not holding my breath), but I shall be rather more surprised if a tip sheet of some kind does not discover what seems to me a growth/turnaround story in the next 6 months. That could light the share price fire. Interim results (date to be confirmed) are expected circa 30 September. I am hoping that date prospect will give the shares a fillip. Last but not least, Coolabi have Bagpuss among their intellectual property rights, and I love Bagpuss - shows my age
22/1/2010
14:02
iloveit: Alert Share price ready for lift off TARGET 20P THIS YEAR 2011http://www.coolabi.com/ Coolabi has announced the appointment of Anna Hewitt as its new Head of Licensing. The appointment takes effect from the 18th of January 2010. Coolabi SHAREPRICE TODAY OFFER PRICE 7P ON ...3RD FEBRUARY 2011 TARGET 20P THIS YEAR 2011 http://www.poppycat.com/ Our Joanna's going to be the voice of Poppy Cat in a series of 52, 11 minute episodes for Nick Jr produced by (oh, this takes me back) King Rollo Films. She's already been Fly the dog in Mist: Sheepdog Tales and dealing with pets' shame on Sky 1. Is there any part of the animal kingdom she can't deal with? BAGPUSS                     Bagpuss Anna Hewitt Brings wide experience of brands and global markets to role. Coolabi specialises in the ownership, development, creative management and exploitation of high quality children's and family intellectual property assets. Anna takes on her new role overseeing brand licensing development globally across all Coolabi properties and across all categories. She will report to Michael Dee, Coolabi's Director of Content. Before joining Coolabi, Anna was at BBC Worldwide where, having previously managed the gifts and stationery divisions, she was Head of International Licensing working closely with toy and other category partners on such globally recognised brands as the Teletubbies, the Tweenies, Bill and Ben and Dr Who. Prior to her work with the BBC Anna had roles at blue-chip companies, Hasbro UK Ltd and the premium spirits company William Grant & Sons. This appointment comes at a significant time for Coolabi, whose portfolio includes the successful publishing series, Poppy Cat. The series is being adapted for television and is due to air on Nickelodeon from Spring 2011. Hewitt will be seeking to secure all relevant pre-school licences for the property, leading with toy and apparel, as well as new licences for established brands like Purple Ronnie, Bagpuss and Clangers, and ground-breaking teen property, Scarlett & Crimson. Speaking of her new appointment Hewitt said, "Coolabi is an exceptionally well-regarded company with a diverse portfolio of high quality brands," she says. "It is also growing, taking its portfolio into new categories and territories. It is a great opportunity to be part of a company that is at such an exciting stage in its development." Added Michael Dee, Coolabi's Director of Content, "Anna's experience to date shows her ability to work with diverse brands and her deep understanding of international markets – both of which will be significant factors in her new role. Her arrival in the run-up to Toy and Spring Fairs is a great way to kick off what we are sure will be a very busy and productive year for Coolabi. We are delighted to welcome her on board." RNS Number : 0182G Coolabi PLC 22 January 2010 ? Coolabi plc ("the Company") Director / PDMR Shareholding Coolabi plc (AIM: COO), was today informed that, Nicholas James and Stuart Lindsay, both non-executive directors of the Company, today purchased 125,000 and 83,333 ordinary shares of 1p each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") respectively, at 5.75 pence per Ordinary Share. Following these transactions, Nicholas James (through Onca, Inc.) is interested in 250,000 Ordinary Shares, representing 0.52 per cent. of the current issued share capital of the Company, and Stuart Lindsay is interested in 83,333 Ordinary Shares, representing 0.17 per cent. of the current issued share capital of the Company. http://business.timesonline.co.uk/tol/business/markets/article7076833.eceTiddler to watch 26/03/2010Coolabi, the media company that owns the intellectual property rights to Purple Ronnie giftware and Bagpuss the TV cat, rose 0.875p to close at 8.75p after signing a deal with Superdrug to stock Scarlett & Crimson cosmetics in 400 chemists across the UK. Scarlett & Crimson is jointly owned by its creator, Ged Backland, and by Coolabi.Yesterday at 12:26 pmCoolabi launches Scarlett and Crimson cosmetics into Superdrugby Ronnie Dungan | Email a friend | PrintAdd a commentBookmark with Social network A new cosmetics range based on the Scarlett and Crimson brand becomes available next month.This fashion and lifestyle brand, jointly owned by Coolabi and creator, Ged Backland, is centred around the characters Scarlett and Crimson, who create their own fashion, music and style with the tag-line Be Your Own Scene.The Be Your Own Scene cosmetics range will be available mid-April priced from £3.50-£7.95 across 26 SKUs and available in 400 Superdrug stores nationwide. Beauty accessories are priced from £2.95- £7.95 across nine SKUs and will be available in 180 Superdrug stores nationwide.The announcement follows the success of the Boots Christmas 2009 Scarlett & Crimson gift range, also created by Ruby and Millie. Boots plans to introduce a new Scarlett & Crimson range for the 2010 Christmas period.The Scarlett & Crimson brand is also part of a 16-title deal with consumer publishing giant Simon and Schuster for the US, Canada and the UK, as well as its own website (www.scarlettandcrimson.com). An international licensing programme is now under way.Miles Dunkley, Joint Managing Director of SLG Beauty, said: "We have very much enjoyed this collaboration with Ruby, Millie and Coolabi. The conclusion of our work together is a brilliant young beauty proposition that will break new ground. Superdrug is a great partner too and we are delighted to be launching in its vibrant beauty category.
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