Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Be Heard Group Plc LSE:BHRD London Ordinary Share GB00BT6SJV45 ORD GBP0.01
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.475 0.00 00:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Nonequity Investment Instruments 55.84 -7.94 -1.00 6
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.475 GBX

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Posted at 07/2/2023 08:20 by Be Heard Daily Update
Be Heard Group Plc is listed in the Nonequity Investment Instruments sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BHRD. The last closing price for Be Heard was 0.48p.
Be Heard Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 0p and a 12 week average price of 0p.
The 1 year high share price is 0p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0p.
There are currently 1,246,826,584 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Be Heard Group Plc is £5,922,426.27.
Posted at 11/1/2021 17:18 by tradertrev
What price would these have been today in this hot digital advertising market? 2p?
Posted at 29/7/2020 08:18 by tradertrev
Scheme document has been out a few days now. If you want to have any chance of extracting a higher price you need to vote against the resolution (see post above). If the scheme passes, you get your money even if you voted against, so what's to lose by trying?
Posted at 09/6/2020 18:43 by 1realist
It would make no sense for the board to recommend the deal or for shareholders to accept it.The list of significant shareholders (>3% holdings) takes up about 65% of the shares in issue, and all of them have averages many multiples of the potential offer price.The offer would only be worth £6m. BHRD have £2.4m net cash, so the offer would only actually value the company at £3.6m. Group revenue for last 12 months was £30m with an EBITDA of £4.7m and cash generation of £5.9m. The company have also stated that they expect to remain profitable and cash generative despite the effects of the pandemic. It therefore looks like a very low-ball offer and would undoubtably be rejected by shareholders.What it does do, however, is show the true value of BHRD going forward, which looks to be a lot more than the offer price and the current market cap.
Posted at 09/6/2020 17:48 by chinese investor
PP is the greatest investor known to man....but nobody knows who the man is !

Professor Pettigrew (BHRD) 30 Dec 2015 - 09:35:50
Aside from Peter Scott, Nigel Wray is a City force to be reckoned with, and in no way would take such a stake here without proper due diligence and the prospect of exceptional gains going forward.
Even back in the late 70's and 80's followers of Wray were usually well rewarded.
There is no reason to think other than the above here.
I believe over the coming months and years this will slowly grow into a very large and remarkable company indeed.

Professor Pettigrew (BHRD) 29 Dec 2015 - 22:40:20
I have been following this board for a couple of weeks or so now.
I intend to make a reasonable investment here in the morning up to 4.7p of around 500-750,000 shares.
I will post my buy as soon as my broker confirms it.
I'm also in total agreement that this will be a very rapid success, as the groundwork has already been done.

Posted at 09/6/2020 15:53 by chinese investor
So Inspirational !

Professor Pettigrew (BHRD) 30 Dec'15 - 08:43
I have just purchased 100,000 at 5.95p

Professor Pettigrew (BHRD) 5 Jan'16 - 12:36
I have just purchased another 100,000 at 4.97p

Posted at 09/6/2020 12:28 by haywards26
Offer price seems very opportunistic and far too cheap. Especially for any long term shareholders...disappointed. Double the offer price is still too cheap.

0.5p is the low share price level this was trading at prior to the Corona crisis...No premium in the offer whatsoever...

Can only hope this announcement flushes out other bidders, but feels unlikely...

Posted at 09/6/2020 08:49 by dangersimpson2
A lot of small caps are bouncing at the moment as the market adapts to the idea that the worst is over for Covid19 restrictions, and businesses are going to be supported via grants & loans.

In this environment you want to own the most leveraged stocks as the downside is removed by government loan support and all of the upside accrues to equity, as long as the business itself is sound.

BHRD is very high up my list for seeing a big bounce. It has fallen a long way and significant leverage, but even before the current crisis there were reasons to be less concerned than normal: Bank debt was less than cash balances, convertible note holders are also significant equity holders and have little interest in crystalising a loss on their equity, those who are owed earnout liabilities have waived any rights to enforce those.

Although the business is going to be affected by Covid19 their increasing focus on cash generation and cost control puts them in a good position.

So I can easily see this bouncing to 0.5p in the short term, with more to come if we get a positive AGM statement in the next month or so.

Posted at 05/6/2020 16:53 by tradertrev
The share price targets to crystallise LTIP benefits were 2-4p
Posted at 05/6/2020 16:52 by tradertrev
It was almost exactly a year ago to the day that BHRD issued shares at 2.52p to deal with a good chunk of the earnout liabilities. They were worth that then and they've traded profitably and generated cash since.
Posted at 20/4/2020 08:39 by tradertrev
In a mid-cycle environment (I am not a short-term investor) one might expect marketing services companies to trade on 8-10x EV/EBITDA. The mid-point of that range on 2019 results would imply a share price around 2.5p including the convertible loan note as debt and excluding any improvement in net cash from ongoing results. Just my opinion, but this looks more like a ten-bagger than bust (ref post 2948).
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