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  0.15 3.06% 5.05 6,186,311 10:12:07
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16/7/2019
09:20
Bigdish Daily Update: Bigdish Plc is listed in the Travel & Leisure sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker DISH. The last closing price for Bigdish was 4.90p.
Bigdish Plc has a 4 week average price of 3.90p and a 12 week average price of 2.05p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.30p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.40p.
There are currently 315,514,186 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 15,812,831 shares. The market capitalisation of Bigdish Plc is £15,933,466.39.
15/7/2019
13:45
horndean eagle: You do not have to get an official borrow to go short of stock. You can simply sell a lot of stock on extended settlement. TERN was exactly the same as DISH. II approached company and offered them a chunk of cash. This was after the share price had risen a lot. The shareholder was never identified and never decided to average down after share price collapsed. Why is your supposed big investor not buying at 30-40% lower levels? Its because it was a p+d operator who has long left the building. Leaving you guys holding the baby. There might be an attempt to rinse and repeat in future but I think DISH have been rumbled now and the chances of them engineering another huge spike are very limited.
12/7/2019
10:13
montynj: I was chatting with the company this am and here are some key pointers:-The reason for starting with 5 is purely due to Sanj having to do Brighton himself and he wanted to experiment with finding a couple of restaurants that would serve to attract. There are actually another 10 or so that will join us but wanted to after the holiday period.....Sanj is overstretched with recruitment across the UK, being in T1 and 2 weekly, and having to sometimes go to brighton. He was in brighton all day yesterday visiting the restaurants and showing staff how to use the restaurant manager app.There are no issues in Brighton. Restaurants like it. Brighton has a busy tourist tradeThe marketing person DISH currently have is for SEO, building blog and restaurant partner site UX, liasing with bloggers - DISH have over 30 articles ready to go. Email marketing and various other aspects that are also tech dependent. The co currently have 7 persons in the tech team. We need 6 more. 1 is starting on Monday for QA....They are also looking for someone with consumer e-commerce server experienceYesterday they had more eyeballs on the app at one time than ever and it affected the servers so they need this expertise.There are some speed related ux fixes being prepared in addition to thisThey can only be deployed when the senior QA person startsThe tech team will be 8 on Monday but needs to be 13 to 16I asked about TR1 issue. TR1 issue. It is the responsibility of the investor to do a TR1 not the company. Dish cannot force anyone. Most shares are held by a custodian unless in certificated form so in looking at the shareholder register you see the custodian not the shareholder name. They do have american custodians on the register.I got onto subject of share price volatility. Their response was along these lines. They understand that the nano cap space is very jittery and short term. As a company they are not here to entertain. They are here to build a brand and a business. They think many private investors are looking at the wrong things and too short term. They would encourage everyone to see how things are looking 3-6 months after all TMs are in place and once they have a full tech teamThe business model is not unique to bigdish - its tried, tested and proven. Now the co need to make it work for them and they will.Aside from tech they are also recruiting in manila the following: graphic design, Increasing the restaurant onboarding team and first responders customer support team. Everything as in everything needs to be able to handle scale.To give an idea of costs in manila..a new developer c $800 per month. Senior developers c $1800 to 2500, graphic designer c $700-800 and restaurant on-board team c $500-600 per month person and there will be another 2-3. Thats why we are there. They have 120square meter office in one of the best buildings and they pay $3,000 per month..keeps costs down to a minimum..I hope above is all helpful..certainly encouraged me
04/7/2019
17:51
montynj: Imho I think 4 to 5p is the accumulation zone. 4p is strong support on chart now as that was earlier peak when we were going sideways.. anyhow think about this - does it matter if it's 4and 1/2 p 5 p 6 p 3 p if at the end of the day the share price is going to be multiples of where we are now with 10 territory managers or 13 territory managers on board from September and restaurant sign-ups gathering pace. I think we can all get spooked and mesmerised by short-term volatility ignoring the bigger picture down the road. There have been so many negative rumours around in recent weeks concerning restaurant sign ups and that maybe restaurants don't like model. I actually told u the reasons a) seasonal factors- restaurants don't want to be live on app giving discounts during busy summer season and b) before the national roll out bigdish wanted to halt signups in T1 and T2 to focus on account management and iron out any issues first..this was confirmed in yesterday's RNS..this all makes sense..no point running before you can can walk! I would hate issues to arise during the rollout but I'm sure there will be but if there will be any they will be greatly reduced...September onwards will be big ! All territory managers in place by then..Celebrities (Brand Ambassadors) will have skin in the game too. New website for restaurants to self on board too..moreover, people have overlooked this, not one of the board of directors are being paid a salary..their exposure is via shares so they are all aligned perfectly with ordinary investors...so they are hugely incentivized to ensure the company and stock price do well. The CEO, Sanj, so I understand, is paid a salary and I don't think he has shares..no doubt, he will be given options..anyhow, my view is these shares are an outstanding buy..don't forget we all have opportunity to buy into potentially a major growth company around £15 million..alot of these growth companies, like Just Eat, came to market when the majority of the ground work had been done and in just eats case over £1bn. Bigdish bravely came to market very early in its growth and thus has to put up with whingeing moaning private investors in the meantime...Buy buy
06/6/2019
17:28
montynj: Remember just to reach Tastecard's valuation of £100 million which they were bought out for, would imply a share price of 32p for bigdish ..and remember that Tastecard's subscription based, fixed discounts model is inferior to BD who are offering dynamic pricing one where the diner pays nothing to use the app and the restaurants only pay £0.5 to £1 per seat booked depending on size of discount they offer. So it's v easy model..the CEO has already indicated that they are targeting Tastecard 's 6000 restaurants but their initial conservative targets are min 200 restaurants per territory of which there will be 10, so 2000 restaurants..v conservative forecast particularly as now they have extra money in the bank from the ii placing today which will accelerate the expansion. Therefore, I see a potential share price well north of 32p...to be honest, anything is possible in terms of upside...if the ambition is there, and I sense it is definitely after meeting management twice, why can't this share price really love...look, Just Eat came from nowhere and listed with a valuation of over £1 billion..yes, admittedly they weren't a start up on listing obviously but at some stage in their brief history they were a start up...I say all this cuz we can all get nervous about how much the shares have risen so far..I too have been and top sliced and bought back that top sliced portion..BUT we should really be looking at the future upside...I remember I used to have shares in Telecom Plus at 30p and sold at 80p and now they are £14..I know there are many examples..in any case, believe in the management to deliver. They haven't let us down yet. Also Sanj Naha has proved himself at Bookatable and TripAdvisor transforming their platforms. GLA
30/5/2019
14:08
1savvyinvestor: Bull points Great app - simple, easy to use, and free for customers An easy sell to restaurants, as only charges 50p to £1 per diner seated, and boosts their profits from bringing diners in at otherwise quiet or empty times Restaurants are fully in control, so can customise offers to suit them New CEO is experienced in sector, and formerly at TripAdvisor Cheap tech team in Manila Attractive sector, with premium-priced takeovers of other similar companies, even early stage ones Bear points Easy to replicate the app, so... Better funded competitor could copy the idea, and eat its lunch Negligible revenues, and loss-making (although cash burn is quite modest- due to small team) Not clear what the marketing strategy is - how to tell consumers this app exists? How much will a proper marketing campaign cost? Will it be effective? Claims to be fully funded for now, but will clearly need to raise more cash at some stage, to fund marketing, and faster roll-out. But given share price roaring up, should be easy to raise say £2-3m if necessary with not-too-bad dilution Rampy RNSs, and management seem a bit too excitable: big ideas, not enough execution in the past (although new CEO seems more hands on, I'm hoping to meet him soon) Highly speculative, and almost impossible to value at this stage! The share price has been rising on heavy volume for several days now. What's it worth? No idea! I bought some shares (average 2.7p) because the app is so good, and the UK roll-out was just about to start. That seemed to me a good time to take a highly speculative, punt on this. This share won't suit most people here of course.
22/5/2019
13:55
1spero: RE: hairballradical's share price proojections Tastecard had 7000 restaurants signed up. Users had to pay IRO £80/year for membership to get discounts. It sold for £100 million. BigDish's nationwide roll-out ambition is for a similar 6000 restaurants. Users don't need to be members, they just download the app, removing a huge Barrier to entry. I feel a UK roll-out must make us a valuable as TasteCard was when it was sold. If we had a MarketCap of £100mill, then the share price would be around 30-35p
22/5/2019
10:41
hairballradical: Looks like it's settling ready for the next leg up to 3.5p, if it breaks through that (highly likely with Brighton incl 12+ restaurants) then on to 3.75p. Depends very much on management of rollout and management of communications. . My guess FWIW is 4.25p by 5th June. Future big news releases and forecast share price: - Brighton and others confirmed as recently RNSed - share price - 4.25p - Territory managers employed - share price 4.25p - Results to 18 months end March - expecting little income and big loss at this stage - 4.25p - Other significant cities / regions rolled out along the way - share price 5.5p - London rollout - share price 7.75p - Major tie-in with significant chain 8.75p - UK rollout - 12p But WDFDIK? HBR
27/4/2019
16:25
montynj: A very good post from angelaj6611 from LSE bb:Quote"This is just one small place for commentaries so has little effect on anything at all on events.Some PI's have the idea that everything happens on time without hiccups or delays so expect results specifically in relation to the share price almost immediately.It rarely if ever happens in that way, time and again the AIM has shown that, yet Pi's either have a short memory or no knowledge of how companies grow so get impatient with their investments and invariably lose out. Here their is a product designed to meet a 'new' market with exceptional demand that proves itself instantly viable to customers who take on DISH by increasing cash their flow, cutting down food wastage, motivating staff, better kitchen utilisation etc.,As soon as a sign up is completed its path to monetisation is speedy virtually from day one of the restaurant opening on DISH's APP etc., so giving DISH's income a rolling snowball growth effect on incoming cash flow.Few understand that the singee's customer base is instantly available to DISH on the %age discount base.The snowballing of DISH's income is one sound reason why the BOD have been so insistent there will be NO fund raising.It is easy to see how in a past post I then estimated income closing £400k+ pa.Basically every single sign up adds to that cash flow from day one.Ok its a tech company with the invariable BETA snags and differing parameter requirements to meet all types of demand requirements, nevertheless few realise the cost of running such a company in terms of staff requirements is minimal when set against the speed of potential income growth.Max staff numbers is given as 30 nothing when set against exponential growth.It seems few if any realise the major asset DISH have given every single investor which is the ongoing opportunity to personally investigate at random either by comms., or trialling any restaurant on their books thus enabling an eye to be kept on the reality of how an investment is working.My colleague has said DISH has no idea just what it has by the tail. The above are why I and others are seriously invested in DISH to percentage points of the company"Unquote I think the next few weeks will be the last opportunity to buy at these kind of levels before the share price seriously flies.
02/2/2019
17:44
montynj: Very interesting peer analysis from jyee7 on the LSE bb which I've copied and pasted here:-Quote """""Peer transaction analysisDue to the early stage nature of the business we are not putting together revenue and profit forecastsfor BigDish at this stage. Instead, in order to ascribe a valuation to the shares we take note of theongoing food tech investment trends and look at several transactions amongst what we consider tobe the company's closest peers.Eatigo is perhaps BigDish's closest peer in terms of business model, location of operations and size,although as a private company details of funding rounds are limited. Founded in 2013, the company isa yield management and restaurant reservation platform operating in Bangkok, Pattaya, Singapore,Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Manila and India, offering time-based discounts of up to 50% on restaurantfood. According to the company's website it has seated over 5 million diners at more than 2,000venues, with the app downloaded by more than 1.5 million users.BigDish believes that its current stage of development is comparable to Eatigo when in December 2015(18 months following launch) Eatigo received a Series A investment, estimated at c.$5 million accordingto media sources (Source: Crunchbase). At time the company reportedly had c.400 restaurant partnersand was operating in two countries (Source: https://www.techinasia.com/offpeak-restaurantbooking-startup-eatigo-raises-series-a-funding) With series A rounds typically seeing issuers give away c.15-25% of their equity we thereforeestimate that Eatigo was valued at $20 million (£15.73 million) at the time of its Series A funding(assuming a 25% equity stake was taken). As a floor valuation, applying the same numbers toBigDish, implies a share price of 5.5p at current exchange rates. This could prove to be a conservativecomparable on a restaurant number basis however as BigDish currently has just over 700 restaurantpartners signed up across its Asia and UK operations vs Eatigo's 400 at the time of the investment. Inaddition, BigDish has exposure to the more mature and higher priced UK industry, whereas Eatigo doesnot operate in the territory.Eatigo completed a Series B fundraise in October 2016 at which point it reportedly had grown to 700partner restaurants, with media sources suggesting that c.$10 million was invested by travel andrestaurant website owner TripAdvisor. A further round, described as a pre-Series C fundraise, in July2018 saw a further raise of c.$10 million (Source: Crunchbase).In July 2017 the business then acquired the operations of Pune-based (India) Ressy, a mobileapplication that provides last-minute discounts at restaurants, and formed part of its expansion intoIndia. Being interviewed by the Hindu Business Line around that time, Siddhanta Kothari, ChiefFinancial Officer of Eatigo, suggested the business had a valuation of $70 million (following theTripadvisor funding round) and expected to be valued at $100 million following its launch in thePhilippines and India. The $70 million (£55.06 million) valuation could therefore be applied as apotential benchmark to BigDish, with its current 700 restaurants being comparable to Eatigo's totalat the time of the Tripadvisor fundraise. This would equate to a share price of 19.26p"""""Unquote
02/2/2019
16:05
johnyee 7: Peer transaction analysis Due to the early stage nature of the business we are not putting together revenue and profit forecasts for BigDish at this stage. Instead, in order to ascribe a valuation to the shares we take note of the ongoing food tech investment trends and look at several transactions amongst what we consider to be the company’s closest peers. Eatigo Eatigo is perhaps BigDish’s closest peer in terms of business model, location of operations and size, although as a private company details of funding rounds are limited. Founded in 2013, the company is a yield management and restaurant reservation platform operating in Bangkok, Pattaya, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hong Kong, Manila and India, offering time-based discounts of up to 50% on restaurant food. According to the company’s website it has seated over 5 million diners at more than 2,000 venues, with the app downloaded by more than 1.5 million users. BigDish believes that its current stage of development is comparable to Eatigo when in December 2015 (18 months following launch) Eatigo received a Series A investment, estimated at c.$5 million according to media sources (Source: Crunchbase). At time the company reportedly had c.400 restaurant partners and was operating in two countries (Source: https://www.techinasia.com/offpeak-restaurantbooking-startup-eatigo-raises-series-a-funding) With series A rounds typically seeing issuers give away c.15-25% of their equity we therefore estimate that Eatigo was valued at $20 million (£15.73 million) at the time of its Series A funding (assuming a 25% equity stake was taken). As a floor valuation, applying the same numbers to BigDish, implies a share price of 5.5p at current exchange rates. This could prove to be a conservative comparable on a restaurant number basis however as BigDish currently has just over 700 restaurant partners signed up across its Asia and UK operations vs Eatigo’s 400 at the time of the investment. In addition, BigDish has exposure to the more mature and higher priced UK industry, whereas Eatigo does not operate in the territory. Eatigo completed a Series B fundraise in October 2016 at which point it reportedly had grown to 700 partner restaurants, with media sources suggesting that c.$10 million was invested by travel and restaurant website owner TripAdvisor. A further round, described as a pre-Series C fundraise, in July 2018 saw a further raise of c.$10 million (Source: Crunchbase). In July 2017 the business then acquired the operations of Pune-based (India) Ressy, a mobile application that provides last-minute discounts at restaurants, and formed part of its expansion into India. Being interviewed by the Hindu Business Line around that time, Siddhanta Kothari, Chief Financial Officer of Eatigo, suggested the business had a valuation of $70 million (following the Tripadvisor funding round) and expected to be valued at $100 million following its launch in the Philippines and India. The $70 million (£55.06 million) valuation could therefore be applied as a potential benchmark to BigDish, with its current 700 restaurants being comparable to Eatigo’s total at the time of the Tripadvisor fundraise. This would equate to a share price of 19.26p
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