Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Big Sofa Technologies Group Plc LSE:BST London Ordinary Share GB00BZ1B7619 ORD 3P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 2.55 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)
Software & Computer Services 1.68 -3.70 -3.75 5
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.55 GBX

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Posted at 07/2/2023 08:20 by Big Sofa Technologies Daily Update
Big Sofa Technologies Group Plc is listed in the Software & Computer Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BST. The last closing price for Big Sofa Technologies was 2.55p.
Big Sofa Technologies 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 186,250,692 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 0 shares. The market capitalisation of Big Sofa Technologies Group Plc is £4,749,392.65.
Posted at 02/9/2022 17:03 by thetrotsky
Thanks for the heads up; it certainly allays some of my concerns. The documents really ought to be on the Companies House website by now. By the way it's LifeStream not LiveStream.

I'm umming and ahing about whether to subscribe. £24 isn't going to break the bank and the executive directors Briggs, Mustoe and Metcalfe have, between them, stumped up £500k+ as part of the subscription (but have no plans to take up any additional offer shares). It's hardly chump change and, given BST's recent history, I'm not sure I'd have put £500k+ into BST at this stage. It's certainly a statement of intent.

I appreciate that there are no guarantees in this life but (don't tell the wife) I think I might put in £50 and try and pick up some additional offer shares whilst I,m at it. There's a sucker born every minute ;-)

Posted at 01/9/2022 18:16 by gheebee
The Company has conditionally raised £1,499,400 before expenses by separate subscriptions for, in aggregate, 1,499,400,000 New Ordinary Shares at the Issue Price.
The Subscription is conditional on the passing of the Resolutions and if the Resolutions are not passed, the Subscription Shares will not be issued.

Results of General Meeting

The General Meeting which was convened for 11a.m. on 23 August 2022 was duly held and all resolutions were duly passed. Note that the nominal value of each ordinary share has reduced from 3p to 0.1p with effect from 11a.m. on 23 August 2022. Note that no new share certificates will be issued to this effect and therefore shareholders should treat their share certificates as being for 0.1p shares rather than 3p shares.

Posted at 01/9/2022 17:52 by thetrotsky
Anybody else received a corporate action notice today. BST Group ("BSTG") are making an open offer to all existing shareholders to purchase three new subscriber shares for every existing share that they currently own at 0.01p per share.

I've questioned this with ii because the nominal value of BSTG's existing oridinary shares is 3p per share and, as far as I'm aware, it's not legal to issue new shares at a discount to their nominal value. I'm assuming that the Board and other large investors are relying on PI apathy to try and swamp them out but there's already 216m shares in issue so it all seems rather academic to me.

I currently hold 8,000 shares and appear to be being offered the opportunity to buy 24,000 additional shares (with a theoretical nominal value of £720) for £24 (a figure ii confirmed over the phone)!

ii's initial response was to say that the nominal value of the shares isn't relevant to the open offer but I've begged to differ. If this was legal then, in the event of a solvent winding up, you'd in effect have acquired an equivalent right to any existing shareholder to the capital available for distribution despite having only contributed one 3,000th of the nominal share capital per share! I have to admit that the question of a solvent winding up in the absence of any apparent purchaser willing to acquire BSTG's assets at a significant (astronomical) premium to their current book value would seem to make it a mute point but, on principle, that's irrelevant.

I'm almost tempted to chuck £24 at it just to see what comes out of the woodwork, if anything, but would not be happy to susbcribe only to find that I'm expected to stump up £720 (or more) at a later date because of an error in their paperwork.

The amount that BSTG seem to be asking for the new subscriber shares is risible and, allowing that there are 216m shares currently in issue, will, by my estimate, only raise £65k! That'll barely cover the issue costs if that! Something's awry (or afoot).

Posted at 30/12/2019 13:50 by d1nga
Didn't share prophets lump into these an age ago at much higher prices?

Painting their own book maybe.

Posted at 24/4/2019 07:30 by toffeeman
You got more than BST I would guess
Posted at 08/3/2019 09:01 by gheebee
...with his selling proposition:

"Big Sofa (#BST) – 2018 loss of £3.4m on revenue of £1.7m, new CEO Kirsty Fuller notes now material cost savings & a sharpened selling proposition"

"Big Sofa (#BST) £1m placing at 4p - all with board and close associates ( and TW[!]). No loose stock"

I think he meant to say "No-lose stock" but couldn't quite bring himself to say.

Posted at 22/2/2019 15:55 by barvin
Share price storming here in 2019
Posted at 21/2/2019 12:34 by barvin
But note
"in light of the increasing flow of orders from companies within the Ipsos S.A. group of companies"

with a new doubled level of £1.25m and the fact they have gone to the effort to clarify all this points at vastly increasing volume.

Don't forget the Pepsi contract came via IPSOS but likely not included in these figures as it was seperate transaction and an introduction from IPSOS.

The share price does seem to be picking up pace this year.

Posted at 13/8/2017 17:00 by hedgehog 100
Thanks BG.
NEW have cut themselves a good deal by making the conversion price of their convertible loan to BST adjustable (downwards only) - i.e. not just fixed at BST's IPO price of 17p.
This insulates their exposure to a collapse in the BST share price - and indeed they could benefit from it.
Plus of course they've doubly insulated in that they don't actually have to convert at all.

Posted at 25/7/2017 17:07 by hedgehog 100
Well, after closing at 23.75p yesterday, the BST share price had fallen to 22.375p at 9.30a.m. today, when the AGM was due to start.
However, it then closed back up at 23.25p.

This may indicate that the feedback at the AGM was positive.
And such an intra-day reversal back up is a bullish sign in technical analysis.

The pre-opening AGM statement may have been misunderstood by some in this part:
"We also continue to develop opportunities with additional significant customers and are confident that one or two of these will start to deliver revenue in the second half."
That is referring to significant new clients who haven't yet been announced.

The major new clients already signed up this year are of course already delivering revenues.

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