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|Nice 100,000 buy late trade showing up from Friday lunchtime. Checked the bid/ offer at the time of execution (11:59) & it was definitely a buy.|
|Koovs.comVerified account@mykoovs 4h4 hours ago
The party that was just off the hook! - Relive the #MASABAXKOOVS collection launch at @lunanudogusta, Mumbai.
|koovs with Naresh Kumar.
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Stand out in style with super cute embellished trainers featuring patches, glitter or cutouts from KOOVS.COM! Prices starting only Rs. 995.
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|I am with you Irishlass. This Company has the potential to be very valuable in 5 years time. We do not want it acquired too early. Lots of scaremongering about them running out of money etc and yeas they will have to raise more cash, but at the moment they only have 175 million shares in issue, this is not a large number by any means for a fast growth company. If we end up with 250 million shares in issue and an £8 or more shareprice we will all be very happy. Do not forget that Asos went from 25p to £17 and in the early days of Asos all the same concerns abounded. Anyone who bought Asos at at 25p and sold at £2,which many people did,made very good money,but also missed out on huge upside.With true growth stocks-which Koovs is-you buy and hold for 5 years or more and make a lot of money-think Sage,ARM,Fever Tree etc,etc.|
|I feel that KOOV is starting to step up the pace, and we are going to get loads more PR. A buy out at this stage may only get us £2 per share, and I am hoping for a lot more.|
|China's Alibaba takes first step into India's marketplace, launches Paytm Mall
Alibaba-backed Paytm has launched Paytm Mall, a consumer shopping app, to take on local rival Flipkart and global rival Amazon in the country.
My money's on Myntra (owned by Flipkart) taking out Koovs.|
|Koovs making great progress in brand recognition, not long now to the inevitable take over!
Time to buy hold sit back and relax!|
|Today's Daily Mail highlights:The fashion designer daughter of former West Indies cricketer Sir Viv Richards is behind a new collection for online retailer Koovs.It is aimed at the active South Asian fashionistas driving India's growing e-commerce market.Koovs is chaired by Waheed Alli, a Labour peer who is also a former chairman of Asos.Alli was a founder investor in Koovs in 2012 before leading it onto the AIM market in 2014.While many of the clothes are designed in London, its celebrity-inspired ranges largely sell in India.Koovs' latest trading update reported sales had climbed 101 per cent in the last nine months to £13.5million.Now it is hoped Gupta, who has more than a million followers on Twitter, will score a further uplift in sales.Koovs shares closed up 1.7 per cent, or 0.75p, at 46.25p.|
|PR machine in overdrive!
Tomorrows Daily Mail
|Great article today in Vogue India with Robert Bready Creative & Retail Director at Koovs
This is how Indias top 4 e-retailers are making shopping a lot more fun
February 23, 2017
Who: Robert Bready joined the board of Koovs in 2012 after stints at River Island and the Arcadia Group and working as the founding product director of ASOS. He leads the creative design and retail for the online fashion platform and is the brain behind the always-on-point collections on the website.
What they want: Millennials want affordable prices, speed and ease of shopping, so we make sure to have the latest styles available across all our shopping channels,the website, mobile site and app.
Most valuable products: There is one overriding trend among young buyers at present, which is the casual athletic leisure movement affecting all product categories. Relaxed joggers with bling tops and statement trainers are the big thing right now. Our one-of-a-kind collaborations with designers such as Mawi, Pankaj & Nidhi and recently Gauri & Nainika have been a highlight.
Rules of engagement: The process starts with our in-house design team travelling the globe looking at fashion and youth culture. The next step is to visit the main fashion weeks and record what is happening, and then fine-tune what we think is relevant for our target consumer in India.|
|Koovs absolutely smashing it on social media, Bollywood megastar Alia Bhatt @aliaabhatt with 12.7 million followers on Instagram strutting the new MasabaXkoovs range!|
|Not long before over 50p|
|Not long before over 50p|
|Does that warrant an RNS :-) I would be happy with an 80p buyout for where we are today|
|Another cheeky "news release" from Koovs this morning!|
|Harebridge, I would have thought approx £2 a share if they look to buy out Koovs as you said the brand is establishing well.Peel Hunt state £1 share so I wouldn't want to see an offer less than double that considering the potential oppertunity Koovs has.Let me know you thoughts on this.|
|Nice find Harebridge, thanks.|
|Big news out of India, as Myntra goes on the hunt for private labels in M&A activities.
Flipkart-owned Myntra is already the largest online fashion portal in India but it seeks to broaden the spectrum by investing in 15-20 brands in the coming months.
Selected brands will also be assisted with capital benefits to scale up their business. Myntra plans to usher a strategic partnership with them so as to affirm long term benefits. Myntra aims to generate massive revenues from these private brands in the next three years.
The e-retailer also plans to onboard a few private labels to its platform.
"On the M&A and inorganic side, we are looking at brands that have created something in niche areas"
Myntra is vying for top dog against Amazon India. Today it also announced that it was to be sole distributor of Mango.
If figures out in April continue to show triple digit growth (£20 million) compared to £10 million FY 2016, then I wouldn't be surprised to see Myntra take a stake in KOOVS.
The brand has been established, just needs further investment.
Thoughts of a take out price anybody?|
|great to see the buyers retuned
full ask being paid 25k shares at 46p
should see this back above 50p in the next few trading days|
|I did get a few more this am but it is not showing yet.They will probably wait till price rises then show it as a sell.|