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BIRD Blackbird Plc

5.75
0.30 (5.50%)
24 Apr 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blackbird Plc LSE:BIRD London Ordinary Share GB0004740477 ORD 0.8P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.30 5.50% 5.75 5.50 6.00 5.75 5.45 5.45 1,787,070 12:16:54
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Computer Programming Service 1.94M -2.49M -0.0064 -8.98 22.26M
Blackbird Plc is listed in the Computer Programming Service sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BIRD. The last closing price for Blackbird was 5.45p. Over the last year, Blackbird shares have traded in a share price range of 5.25p to 14.50p.

Blackbird currently has 387,077,188 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Blackbird is £22.26 million. Blackbird has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -8.98.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/2/2024
17:08
SSB
Well that’s what we were sold by our directors!

nickb
27/2/2024
17:04
Agree no backwards steps bigger steps up the chain. "Land and expand".

BWTFDIK

sideshowbull
27/2/2024
16:57
Yes great for ambling along like a little AIM business during a video AI revolution!

Partner with
Canva
Google
Microsoft
Or X

Okay

nickb
27/2/2024
16:53
Partnerships bring in lower but reliable and much less risky profits....
cyberbub
27/2/2024
16:49
Partnerships

Decimates margin and less control
Sounds awful and not what I invested here for, incredible lack of ambition for the technology.

Stringer

God help us if it’s them!

nickb
27/2/2024
16:30
Very clear pat cash. Thank you for that.
salmon9
27/2/2024
16:12
In response to Nick2412 – as you can imagine, I was keen to ask the question as it’s a good way to quickly grow on a limited budget, with low/no risk (only pay commission if/when revenue comes in), and the work to set it up can be done well ahead of launch. And you can leverage someone else’s very relevant audience.

In comparison, PPC (pay per click) advertising entails up front cost, lower conversion and is harder to target...and takes much experimentation. Even if you’re paying a 30% commission to partners, it’s probably a lower cost of acquisition than PPC, and the subs probably have a lower churn rate as they’re more targeted and the partner may continue to advertise the relationship to them. So I’m not bothered to have not seen any advertising of elevate.io yet...I'm actually pleased!

I’ve mentioned before, and it’s pure speculation, but someone like Stringr.com would make a good partner, as they have 120k+ videographers in their network.

Partnerships would be quicker to get paying subs in in the early days, raise the share price, and allow them to do a subsequent raise to rapidly expand. Acquisition can come anytime along the way.

pat_cash
27/2/2024
15:54
At the end of the day if the tech is any good we will be acquired if not we will have to do the best we can with partners and hope they deliver this time.

Our OEM partners failed

nickb
27/2/2024
15:50
'I would suggest that we simply don't know which of these will happen, but we can piece together seemingly relevant evidence that we observe, which may or may not suggest some of the above are still theoretically possible. IMHO' salmon9

Can't argue with that.

The silence is deafening and there certainly are some great theories...

johnveals
27/2/2024
15:48
Mo looked at partnering with Blackbird while at Vegas so not unreasonable.

But partnerships come at a big price

nickb
27/2/2024
15:42
and this...



pat_cash - 21 Jan 2024 - 19:51:48 - 12788 of 13008

I asked at the AGM Apr 23 Q&A if the company has onboarded organisations with big, relevant users bases that Bird would partner with to market the product in return for a revenue share and the resounding answer from Mo Volans was Yes!. I actually asked it to Sumit Rai and he pointed out Mo was itching to answer! So I believe they use this route to gain the majority of their initial paying subs this is good as there is only marketing cost outflow if subs are successfully acquired, and presumably the payout isn't upfront, but rather phased as the revenue comes in - both good and low risk given limited marketing resources.

nick2412
27/2/2024
14:53
John

Highest level of 3rd party professional lab level beta testing that has to be worth something!

I would have thought being a Cloud product it’s more a case of testing the back end cloud service at scale rather than at the user end via a web browser (just my take).

If that’s right then to test the scale you need a lot of individual beta testers or a very professional Cloud service testing Capable company which is beyond video editing customers capabilities.

Anyone here have professional Cloud testing at scale experience?
Mcsean?

nickb
27/2/2024
14:51
JV
I think it has often been said here that, in theory, there are a number of ways in which elevate may enter the marketplace. In essence, put simply:
1. Blackbird launch elevate on their own.
2. Blackbird launch elevate with an arrangement with a partner or partners.
3. Blackbird license elevate to one or more big companies.
4. Blackbird sells elevate to a big company.

I would suggest that we simply don't know which of these will happen, but we can piece together seemingly relevant evidence that we observe, which may or may not suggest some of the above are still theoretically possible. IMHO

salmon9
27/2/2024
14:46
Then the next in line gets considered.
shortsqueezer
27/2/2024
14:26
But if the option isn't taken up?
johnveals
27/2/2024
14:12
An equally generous offer or even a profit sharing partnership? For all we know there may have been an unofficial auction of best deal. Perhaps getting carried away a bit now but who knows?
shortsqueezer
27/2/2024
13:52
Shortsqueezer,

So are you suggesting that Blackbird would compromise the launch of elevate.io to give some major company first refusal?

What might Blackbird be given in return for this very generous option?

johnveals
27/2/2024
12:11
Shortsqeezer Yes.

They are scared of revealing anything that helps us decode what’s happening so absolute silence is the way to go.

Most AIM companies don’t have this level of shareholder stalking!

nickb
27/2/2024
11:50
Also. Any sign of a leak which would cause an inevitable spike in the share price would possibly put any future contract in jeopardy along with subsequent costly legal action. So I think salmons theory is highly likely.
shortsqueezer
27/2/2024
11:42
Absolutely
nickb
27/2/2024
11:41
And one way of rewarding loyalInvestors rather than traders perhaps but that would just be an additional consequence.
shortsqueezer
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