Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Imagesound Plc LSE:ISD London Ordinary Share GB0002632569 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 5.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
- - - - 3.17

Imagesound Share Discussion Threads

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
06/7/2011
07:33
and 16p is actually quite a reasonable price imo
joe say
05/7/2011
23:09
Offer of 16p/share announced on July 1st http://www.imagesound.co.uk/investors/offer-for-imagesound-plc/secure/ Well done for those who held on. I am interested as ISD represents a fairly big chunk of the King Arm Yard (KAY) portfolio and I own quite a few shares in them.
timbo003
22/5/2008
11:52
gk - Yes you can profit - but in essence the likely way is down to recovering money from dividends and/or ultimately a flotation or buy-out. As I've only a small stake, I'm personally hanging in fwiw.
fin man
20/5/2008
12:25
Still looking for an answer to my question above. Anybody?
gkgdownie
02/5/2008
09:25
Back to my original question: "However, if it's so bad to delist, why has Mr Pratt bought more? Can I still profit from a delisted company if I retain the shares?" Can anyone shed light on this? If imagine there will be MORE money spent on ISD product now that retail is struggling, so why be concerned about the share price at this stage?
gkgdownie
30/4/2008
14:15
A share price has to be a reflection of the company or its markets in some way....the directors should just direct and manage and the share price will take care of itself over time. The cost of being listed was never a problem when they listed ??
davidosh
30/4/2008
14:00
Not so practical for me to attend the AGM and unsure how wise any answers might be at such an event. If the company are doing so well in difficult markets why do they feel the need to delist? They're complaining about the low share price, but that could all change anytime - seems odd to me.
gkgdownie
30/4/2008
10:30
Why not attend the AGM and find out from the horses mouth what is going on ??
davidosh
29/4/2008
13:13
I've not sold my shares but am wondering whether I should. I've already had one of my investments delist and not too keen on another going the same way. However, if it's so bad to delist, why has Mr Pratt bought more? Can I still profit from a delisted company if I retain the shares? I'm already well down on my investment but it would be good to have some hope.
gkgdownie
29/4/2008
10:53
Imagesound plc ('Imagesound ' or 'the Company') Director's Shareholding The Company has been informed that on 29 April 2008, Ken Pratt, Managing Director of Operations & Finance of Imagesound, purchased 125,000 shares at 5.6 pence per share. Mr. Pratt has a beneficial interest of 1,690,500 shares which represents 2.7 per cent. of the issued ordinary shared capital of the Company.
mikey_b
14/4/2008
10:28
Oh dear - looks as though it may have nearly reached the end of the road for external small shareholders. Doubt there will be much liquidity after they delist! ........................................................................... Date : 14/04/2008 Stock : Imagesound (ISD) Imagesound to seek cancellation of AIM listing LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Imagesound Plc. said it is seeking to cancel its listing on AIM, adding that trading remains in line with expectations and it continues to explore opportunities to further expand the business, particularly in Europe and the Middle East. The supplier of in-store music, radio and TV service expects to make annual savings of more than 150,000 pounds as a result of the de-listing. The company said raising equity finance for acquisitions has not been feasible due to the weakened valuation of its shares, adding that its share price has been erratic, not reflecting the company's performance or prospects. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMFHs5-22kM
masurenguy
19/3/2008
15:54
Another cr ramp going down the pan.
dumbarton2
07/3/2008
09:55
plenty of cash in the bank....possible takeover target as consolidation occurs in the industry??
pre
07/3/2008
08:38
Horrific balance sheet.
wiganer
07/3/2008
01:19
Marginal increase in revenue and loss per share of 1.25p v profit per share of 0.25p last year. Share price has virtually halved from 18p this time last year. Little interest here now and I'm pleased that I sold out a year ago.
masurenguy
16/1/2008
17:42
"Masurenguy - 8 Mar'07 - 1197 of 1376: I'm out. Sold 50% yesterday and the balance today and took an overall 5% loss and have already reinvested 50% of the proceeds elsewhere. In my opinion the year end results do not harmonize with the expectations emanating from their last trading update and I now have some credibility issues with information provided by management. Also not at all happy with the way that the results were presented, the second half decline in EBITDA and the eps reduction contained in the latest CS forecast for the current year. It is a big issue with me when I perceive that the results do not reflect what I was expecting from the most recent trading update and especially when no comment or explanation is forthcoming to either explain or clarify this. Like Shanklin, my impression is that investor relations are not a priority." Really glad that I sold out here last March at circa 16p. Company has gone nowhere since then and the share price is 25% lower.
masurenguy
17/12/2007
19:35
got to love the trolls. This probably equates to around 15K additional turnover over 12 months, and low margins once service costs are taken into account. This statement also appears to say the MD has been demoted to Sales Director, which certainly doesn't fill me with confidence. Hardly anything to get excited about.
jimiuk
13/12/2007
08:59
plus positive trading update announced after market close yesterday..... Imagesound makes good progress, confident on 2008; wins new orders LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Imagesound PLC said it continues to make good progress since its interim results in September and that it is confident for 2008 and beyond. The in-store music, radio and TV services supplier said it has won a new contract with Swarovski to launch an audio service at 45 of the crystal products retailer's stores in the UK. Financial details were not disclosed. The company also said it recently completed work on a new JJB Sports concept store and has been asked to install a video service at another store, with potential expansion in 2008. Imagesound said it expects EBITDA for the year ending Dec 31 to be in line with its expectations despite the loss of two UK leisure contracts in the fourth quarter and delays to the Marriott and Rezidor hotel contracts. It added managing director Michael Clark becomes managing director of UK and worldwide sales, while finance director Ken Pratt has been named managing director of operations and finance with immediate effect. tf.TFN-Europe_newsdesk@thomson.com jjo/ukn/wj
pre
13/12/2007
08:57
Director purchase announced this am....good news and adds further comnfidence imo: Imagesound Director/PDMR Shareholding RNS Number:8020J Imagesound PLC 13 December 2007 13 December 2007 Imagesound plc ("Imagesound " or "the Company") Director's Shareholding The Company has been informed that on 12 December 2007, Ken Pratt, Managing Director of Operations & Finance of Imagesound, purchased 140,000 shares at 12.25 pence per share. Mr. Pratt has a beneficial interest of 1,365,500 shares which represents 2.2 per cent. of the issued ordinary shared capital of the Company. -Ends-
pre
12/11/2007
11:11
Extract from recent rns (oct 07): ...The company also said it has continued to make strong progress across the business, since its announcement of interim results on Sept 10 2007. The integration of the TSC business, acquired in July, has made good progress and the identified significant cost savings of this acquisition are already being secured, Imagesound added. IMO, these look currently way undervalued....should be +20p imo,dyor:-)
pre
15/10/2007
09:06
pre, seems noone gives a monkies, rns seemed really positive wonder why it is not attracting any attention?
cyclingnut
15/10/2007
08:14
I like this bit of the RNS which confirms that the existing ISD business is doing very well: Imagesound plc (AIM: ISD.L), the UK's leading listed supplier of in-store music, radio and TV services to the branded retail and leisure sectors, has continued to make strong progress across the business, since its announcement of interim results on 10 September 2007.....
pre
15/10/2007
08:14
looks like this has been missed...buying opportunity off the back of this news imo...should be +20p: Imagesound Re Contract RNS Number:6777F Imagesound PLC 15 October 2007 15 October 2007 Imagesound plc New Contracts Update Imagesound plc (AIM: ISD.L), the UK's leading listed supplier of in-store music, radio and TV services to the branded retail and leisure sectors, has continued to make strong progress across the business, since its announcement of interim results on 10 September 2007 and announces the following contract updates. New three year contracts have been secured to supply the Imagesound Hard Disc system and music service with fashion retailers East, across its expanding 50 store network, and Internacionale, across its 70 store chain. Both roll-outs are expected to be completed within the next month. Internacionale is the sister company of interiors chain Au Naturale, where Imagesound recently completed the roll-out to its 90 UK store network. In addition, Imagesound has renewed its contract with 140 UK and 50 French GAP stores and upgraded them to the Imagesound Hard Disc system and music service. GAP was a former client of TSC Music Systems Ltd, acquired by Imagesound on 31 July 2007. The integration of the TSC business has made good progress and the identified significant cost savings of this acquisition are already being secured. ends For further information: Imagesound plc Derek Mapp, Executive Chairman Tel: 01246 572 990 Collins Stewart Seema Paterson/Lorraine Delannoy Tel: 020 7523 8350 Hogarth Partnership James Longfield/Sarah Richardson Tel: 020 7357 9477
pre
10/10/2007
18:59
RNS today....stake increase by fund bodes well imo...now hold almost 17%:- Imagesound says director of The Command Fund Tucker lifts stake in co to 2.8 pct LONDON (Thomson Financial) - Imagesound PLC said a director of the Command Fund, Steven Tucker, has increased his stake in the company by 300,000 shares to 1.775 mln shares, or 2.80 pct. The company said Tucker and the fund now have a combined holding of 10.5 mln shares or 16.58 pct in its issued ordinary share capital.
pre
08/10/2007
10:44
Lovely....tipped in moneyweek....looking nicely poised...any positive news will send this back towards 20p imo:-)
pre
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