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19/5/2019
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 3.15p.
Bigdish Plc has a 4 week average price of 2.05p and a 12 week average price of 2p.
The 1 year high share price is 5.55p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.40p.
There are currently 285,847,519 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 5,179,507 shares. The market capitalisation of Bigdish Plc is £9,004,196.85.
10/5/2019
21:47
hairballradical: Another good day for DISH. Am convinced of 3 things: Roll out will happen - wouldn't surprise me if Sanj is out in Brighton looking at vacant tables and pressing the flesh to make things happen. The rollout will happen. Rubbish results- deferred results till 31st March probably due out sometime in June. Worldwide revenue may be £50k and costs may be £2M. This matters differently for short term or long term holders. The differential will need to be clearly explained by the board and so too will how the gap will be closed. Traction will happen - holding on to restaurants right now while there's little activity for them is key. Once the rollout is seen to be happening and a few bookings start to come in then the faith is restored and repaid. Word will spread very quickly in both the consumer and restaurant arenas. In the meantime, the share price may fluctuate all over the place but Monty is right in informing other boards with similar models to take a look at DISH. The more people that get the model the more will have a punt. HBR
03/5/2019
19:51
hairballradical: What a great day for DISH. TWO cities plus a breakout on share price potentially up to 3.25p ish. Hopefully a bit of publicity over the weekend will give it the leg up. Looks like some new buyers in and theres at least a consolidation at this level? I'm a cheerleader with friends and family and in danger of becoming a Bigdish bore. Add that to the monotone voice and any hope of becoming a well rounded individual has gone ( apart from the waistline of course). 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.
29/3/2019
15:27
montynj: A very good post from Bartbmth on lse bb:"This share isn't without some risk, but the potential is absolutely massive. A few reasons I am optimistic:1) Sanj joined dish mid February. That's FEBRUARY. He's only been there 6 weeks. Give the bloke a chance, he's not a magician.2) Sanj has worked at Bookatable and Tripadvisor, and brought a number of start ups through to acquisition. I honestly don't think they could have got a better CEO, think we are very lucky as shareholders. 3) They haven't even been marketing yet. Again, patience.... Loudmouth will only help. I think there are plenty of quick win marketable communities like unis in large towns/cities within territories who would lap it up.4) Bristol has been great in terms of sign ups. Other territories more of a slow burn. They have just recruited a new sales person, and at this point it's all about learning what works, optimising and replicating. 5) The biggest reason to believe for me is that its a win/win proposition for customers and vendors. Think Just Eat, pricing aggregators like Moneysupermarket, Gocompare etc and so on. Connecting two parties who both benefit, for free for the customer and at a minimal customer acquisition cost for a restaurant. And both sides have control. 6) Running costs are minimal. Sales, marketing and platform, with low cost tech support. 7) There is the arm out in the east, which presumably will be sold on at some point8) Any sign up of small chains, let alone large chains, will send the share price rocketing. Sanj clearly has done this before in previous roles, so why wouldn't he be able to do it again. Won't happen overnight and likely won't happen until they go national in reality. Again, patience. 9) If there are over 40 signed up in each of Bristol (a new territory) and Bournemouth, imagine what could be achieved in the likes of Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Edinburgh, Birmingham and so on. London has about 19,000 restaurants to Bournemouth's 560 or so. So just 5% of Restaurants in London would be about 1k. There are over 80k restaurants in the UK. I am guessing they aren't far off 5% of those in Bristol already and about 8% of those in Bournemouth (that's with no chains). This share won't be for everyone, you need patience and ultimately some faith in the management. It's easy to over scrutinise progress. Maybe I'm guilty of over-optimism, but the business model ticks the boxes for me."
10/3/2019
14:07
montynj: Another point i want to make is that some people are really impatient for more sign ups: As beeb from the LSE bb said:"What is better to show potential new customers80 problem free restaurants with good reviews and already selling out or.....500 rushed restaurants with a crashing appA big part of the success of this company will be down to its roots"I like bigdish's steady eddie approach...Mind you, who knows...BigDish might suddenly surprise us all and go nationwide quicker than we all thought would happen...if that did happen then this share price would sky rocket cuz that would show everyone that they really mean business...
01/3/2019
09:53
martywidget: As BigDish launced in Bournemouth area, I am somewhat surpised Aidan didn't arrange to visit the Bournemouth area and drop into the JP Morgan Chase Bank, just off the A338 Cooper-Dean flyover/roundabout. Perhaps the 4,000 employees would be interested to hear about BigDish and download use the app. If the story is such a great one, maybe some there may be interested in the share price 2-3p ;)
15/2/2019
17:25
montynj: Of course, there will be hiccups in the share price along the way but the trajectory is firmly up...honestly, from experience over 25 years in the market and looking at recent share price movement, I wouldn't wait for weakness from here...it's going north of 3p for starters
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
19/12/2018
16:52
darryn1: What is happening here? They announced in September that they were targeting to sign up 70 restaurants in the Bath and Bristol area during this quarter but since then.....deathly silence. Then 5 weeks ago there was some mysterious announcement that they were conducting a 'strategic review' to consider whether they might sell their Asian business. If the potential market is as strong as they claim why would they even consider this at such an early stage. Meanwhile the share price has crashed by over 60% in the 20 weeks since they listed on AIM. Just over 3 weeks ago they said that the share price had suffered from an overhang in the market but that had now been removed and they were looking forward to 'future positive market updates'. Well we haven't seen any and the share price has dropped a further 20% since then. Looks to me as though this is going absolutely nowhere.
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