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BRS Beacon Rise Holdings Plc

75.00
0.00 (0.00%)
01 Mar 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Stock Type
Beacon Rise Holdings Plc BRS London Ordinary Share
  Price Change Price Change % Share Price Last Trade
0.00 0.00% 75.00 00:00:00
Open Price Low Price High Price Close Price Previous Close
75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00 75.00
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Industry Sector
GENERAL FINANCIAL

Beacon Rise BRS Dividends History

No dividends issued between 02 Mar 2014 and 02 Mar 2024

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Posted at 14/12/2023 14:52 by hedgehog 100
Current share price 14th. December 2023: 65p
1,122,000 shares in issue
Market capitalisation: £729,300.


"Beacon Rise Introduction

Beacon Rise Holdings plc is an acquisition company and was formed to undertake acquisitions of businesses or assets with operations in the primary and secondary segment of the education technology sector. ..."




29/03/2022 12:49 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Beacon Rise Holdings PLC Admission to the Official List LSE:BRS Beacon Rise Holdings Plc

"Tuesday 29 March 2022

Admission to trading and first day of dealings (25 March 2022)

Beacon Rise Holdings plc (Beacon Rise or the Company ), a special purpose acquisition company formed to undertake acquisitions with operations in the primary and secondary segment of the education technology sector, is pleased to announce that it has raised gross proceeds of GBP1,122,000 through the subscription of 1,072,000 Ordinary Shares at a price of GBP1.00 per Ordinary Share.

The entire issued share capital of 1,122,000 Ordinary Shares was admitted to trading by way of Standard Listing on the Main Market of the London Stock Exchange on 25 March 2022. Dealings in the Ordinary Shares commenced at 8am on 25 March 2022 under the ticket "BRS" (ISIN: GB00BMC0V753).

About Beacon Rise

Beacon Rise intends to acquire an education technology company or business or asset with operations in the education technology sector in the UK, EU and/or North America with strong underlying fundamentals, clear broad-based growth drivers and an identifiable market. The Company uses the term "education technology" to describe a wide array of teaching and learning related software and hardware, designed to facilitate collaboration in an active learning environment. The Company considers the ultimate goal of educational technology is to boost student outcomes and engagement. The education technology sector, within the primary and secondary education segment, focusses on driving the development of education with advanced technology, tools and content for example by using interactive digital learning resources, live recording and broadcasting platforms, adaptive learning systems, high-level learning ability evaluation systems as well as VR, AR and AI software and hardware. Following its first acquisition, Beacon Rise hopes to add complementary businesses via further acquisitions. Such acquisitions should complement and promote each other, creating an ecosystem of businesses to target improved educational results.

The Prospectus published by Beacon Rise in connection with the Admission is available on Company's website.

Enquiries

For further information, please visit www.beaconrise.uk or contact Kemp House, 160 City Road, London, EC1V 2NX."
Posted at 16/12/2002 13:38 by nigelsom
rns out:

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Posted at 13/12/2002 09:40 by nigelsom
Announcement (but don't get too excited)..........yep, it's another emm disclosure. AFX quoted 'sources' that it would be this week and that the price would be 65-75p. But it also said tues or weds. Did radio scotland give any hint as to their sources, or are they going on the afx story that it would be this week and therefore today?
Posted at 05/12/2002 09:23 by thumper123
would like to know what more experienced traders think about BRS ...will take over end in bitter tears. I've been a holder for long time @62p, and have bought another 20 today. Price is up, but spread is wider than a brokers smile. My man who knows opines action is imminent- but we heard this before. Thoughts, comments would be appreciated. I know you are all busy doing stuff that only grown ups understand, but Ireally would appreciate some input.
Posted at 15/10/2002 13:10 by hosede
OK but just remember that if the deal falls thru, market makers will learn well before you do. I doubt you would be able to sell much above 40p. This is still a loss making company with at least a couple of years before a Divi might come up. cheers and good luck
Posted at 21/6/2002 08:35 by dontrader
Rainmaker

Dont hold BRS because of Famous Grouse because they dont make it. They are Scottish Leader and Deanstoun. You are right about Asia.

Don
Posted at 23/4/2002 18:12 by stuart70
And still this little beauty rises, virtually unnoticed!!

Good luck everyone who is following BRS

SMF
Posted at 04/3/2002 15:31 by sll
Well, if interested, you at least read it here before IC tipped the stock last week. Hope those interested in BRS 'got in' before the recent flurry. The climb may be slow but it promises to be worthwhile. Signing off now....
Posted at 20/2/2002 10:44 by sll
Brian - I will answer your points when I have a little more time to do justice to your interesting question. In essence, you are on the right track and I believe BRS is too. Will come back to you via this thread asap. Regards S.
Posted at 19/2/2002 09:46 by scripophilist
I've heard that lots of brewers keep maturing stocks off their balance sheet using third part companies. Can anybody clarify if BRS do this?

Certainly from a fundamentals viewpoint the business looks unexciting but I haven't dug very deep.

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