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Loopup Group Share Discussion Threads
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|Worth a read (see link below)
AIM High breakfast - In Conversation with Steve Flavell, LoopUp
(Nov 22, 2016 / Blog)|
|It's a positive number and the recent results have been negative , so that's encouraging. All results before the ipo funds came in.|
|Its tech, never a real P/E because of the experiential growth|
|Diluted earnings per share if 0.2p
one tenth of 2p
share price is 120
120/0.4 for full year = PE is mind-blowing ridiculous
This is gonna go DOWN imho to float price|
|Easily a billion pound company if they get the tech right and execute. Old conferencing tech is that bad!!|
|Nice, looking forward to seeing progress|
|Interims out tomorrow|
|new video at Proactive Investors is here: http://tinyurl.com/zvghzsb|
|This share will be massive give it a 24 month window.... niche player with a small market cap and has some big companies on board.
Watch this space !!!|
|There's a new video interview with the Loopup CEO Steven Flavell on Proactive investor
....worth a look
|Understand there is a buyer of 50k, no sellers, nice trade ahead... market makers short|
|Predicted by whom?|
|LoopUp Group – shares to loop up or down following AIM IPO?
By Steve Moore | Thursday 25 August 2016
Disclosure: I have no positions in any stocks mentioned, and no plans to initiate any positions within the next 72 hours. I wrote this article myself, and it expresses my own opinions. I am not receiving compensation for it (other than from ShareProphets). I have no business relationship with any company whose stock is mentioned in this article.
“LoopUp Group plc (LOOP), a global software-as-a-service provider of remote meetings, is pleased to announce… admission of its ordinary shares to trading on the AIM market… The reception from investors… reinforces our belief that our differentiated product, business model and plans for the future provide the foundation needed to deliver on our potential as a public company”. With the shares currently at 112.5p, up from a 100p admission price, let’s take a look…
The group notes its offering is designed to address common frustrations with remote meetings (including issues with tracking down dial-in numbers and access codes, not knowing who has joined the meeting and who is speaking, distracting background noise and difficulties sharing documents and presentations) “and guide users to richer, more visual collaboration, resulting in a more productive and more secure meeting experience”.
It holds three patents for technology elements within the product and notes “approximately 1,850 enterprise customers, including companies such as Alcatel-Lucent International, Cable & Wireless Communications, Travelex, Allied World, National Geographic, Planet Hollywood, Subaru, LateRooms.com, Permira and Kleinwort Benson” and “LoopUp revenue was £9.2 million out of the group’s total £10.1 million in FY2015, a 36% year-on-year increase from £6.75 million in FY2014, which in turn was a 37% year-on-year increase from £4.9 million in FY2013”.
However, the group remained loss-making (£0.35 million from operations) and with an increased net debt position. A pro forma end 2015 balance sheet following £7.5 million of net IPO proceeds shows cash (net) of £4.4 million – with the company planning “to drive continued business growth by expanding the number of Pods (teams), introducing inbound lead generation marketing, and continuing to innovate the LoopUp product”.
I’ll monitor with interest, but a 112.5p share price means a market capitalisation already of approaching £46 million and, considering also usual IPO and growth risks, the shares are ones I currently avoid.
- See more at: hxxp://www.shareprophets.com/views/23245/loopup-group-shares-to-loop-up-or-down-following-aim-ipo#sthash.hOtAS38c.dpuf|
|Love the comment from Steve, "we have had numerous approaches but at this stage we prefer to go it alone"
Interesting times ahead|
will lose money and get the begging bowl out,
50p in 2 years|
|I have picked up a few here maybe bit of a gamble but expect short term these may do well!
Conference calls are really hit and miss both O2 and Powwownow are not great so any company that can improve this may have chance to grow. Appear to have lots of big clients so feel worth the gamble could easily see large rise in share price in the short term.|
|Seems to have generated more bulletin boards in two days than most companies achieve in a year.|
|Yes correct, substantial..... in relation to how many listed|
I guess you are filling yours then?
Care to tell us how many you bought?|
|These will be taken out before they have the chance to realise a decent valuation
The CEO has been quoted saying pre-listing that "we have had numerous approaches to be taken over for our technology and client base " but have resisted these approaches...
They will be taken out a way higher multiples of todays price
The flotation was heavily over subscribed and scaled back, what does that tell you
They are also thinking of a dual listing here and in the US where 45% of their business is
Great company with a very cheap valuation|
|Was given it to use at work.
Never used it.
Have colleagues who do and it seems fine, just can't get interested in it.
Given the market - one of the big boys will produce something to make it redundant.|