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BIRD Blackbird Plc

3.95
0.00 (0.00%)
21 Jun 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
  0.00 0.00% 3.95 3.60 4.30 3.95 3.95 3.95 388,681 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Computer Programming Service 1.94M -2.49M -0.0064 -6.17 15.29M
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 3.95p. Over the last year, Blackbird shares have traded in a share price range of 3.40p to 14.50p.

Blackbird currently has 387,077,188 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Blackbird is £15.29 million. Blackbird has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.17.

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06/3/2024
23:45
Just watched the IMC video, really really good!

Yes, obviously the existing Blackbird product is struggling. But that's clearly irrelevant now... it's sh*t or bust... Blackbird is dead, long live Elevate!

From the Q&A session I'm strongly convinced that the company has a very clear and yet realistic and 'grounded' plan to imminently start pushing Elevate into a market that's desperate for it... and that we have something which will be far superior to any competitor.

Of course everyone remembers that Betamax was technically superior and yet lost to VHS because it was harder to use, more expensive, and JVC spent a load more on marketing. There is absolutely no 100% guarantee of success with Elevate. But I feel more confident than ever that we have the best possible chance of success!

In the very worst case scenario, if the patented product is excellent and well-received by customers, but we don't quite have the funds to build exponential traction, someone will definitely come in and buy us out for 5-10x today's valuation, IMO - it would still be small beer for a major.

NAI DYOR etc

cyberbub
06/3/2024
21:50
We should be celebrating the pivot away from enterprise from a business perspective.

Enterprise for me has always been about having an environment to push the performance of Blackbirds technology the analogy of F1 motor technology and expertise finding its way to the mass market later.

M&E is in major recession
In the U.K. a whopping 70% of pro freelancers (BECTU union) are out of work my understanding it’s also bad in the USA plus they have had a devastating industrial strike.

Job losses all over the place including equipment suppliers.

No appetite in M£E I suspect for investing in new ways of doing things, and of course AI threats to the industry are dominating mindsets.

Long term it will play into our world and you will find elevate pushing up into the pro media business as they push down into the creator economy.

Traditional media is a dying dinosaur outside of high end productions

We are on the correct side of the line while others in the M&E vendor space cannot pivot out like us but we have to navigate the reduced £’s from enterprise which is a shame.

Sumit is building the platform I have always wanted blackbird to do and I’m genuinely excited for it for creators.

And I wouldn’t be surprised if elevate doesn’t have a positive effect on enterprise sales as big media companies do have a demand for an elevate product as they have to reach eyeballs that are on Social platforms and they won’t want to use an Avid for that.
That’s all long term of course

Personally I say we will be bought out by a large player but that’s just me!

The Bullish case has never been stronger imho


Looking forward to testing and using elevate in a week or two.

nickb
06/3/2024
20:28
i think enterprise is dead ... but for a different reason... if elevate is so good, it will punch upwards and end up being used at a high end pro level anyway. ... why sign a multi year license when you can use the software as needed on a monthly basis.
there will be plugins/addons that connect elevate to all pro feeds === game over for big tech in our niche.

jj_1237
06/3/2024
19:34
Enterprise concerns me, sounds like they feel it is at a dead end with no where else to go
pokerchips2
06/3/2024
19:00
Decent presentation IMO.

The overall market and things beyond BIRD control have emerged.


The market is looking for something new creator wise.

Get the right bunch using things can scale very quickly.

I am in. Well always have been -)

BWTFDIK

sideshowbull
06/3/2024
18:54
I don't see any problem with IM. He came across really well in my view. He can't just say things because it might make us investors happy. What were you expecting? He has more skin in the game than all of us here.
shortsqueezer
06/3/2024
18:23
Creator economy
nickb
06/3/2024
17:48
The recording is now available on the IMC website.
johnveals
06/3/2024
17:37
Ian has invested in Bird too, so won't be happy with the share price collapse.
mcsean2164
06/3/2024
16:39
Nearly 3M shares traded today. Almost 1% of total shares
spoonmuff
06/3/2024
15:20
Yep. Some decent buys going through now.
shortsqueezer
06/3/2024
15:10
Who knows.
cabi1
06/3/2024
15:01
Even good size buys are not elevating the share price Some big sellers in the background I dare say.

How long before they are cleaned out?

clocktower
06/3/2024
13:06
Yes it will become available to download.
shortsqueezer
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