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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 0.0% 17.00 16.50 17.50 17.00 17.00 17.00 22,948 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.1 -2.2 -0.7 - 57

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
04/3/2020
19:17
Farr, Definitely recommend contacting Stephen, he's been responsive and might I add respectful in the past.
mcsean2164
04/3/2020
19:07
I would show you my shared clip/edit again but unfortunately I deleted it, does anyone have a copy?
sideshowbull
04/3/2020
17:58
Mk can answer the AI route as he knows more than me on that. I am here just to make money, player will be huge if it is what I saw. In the meanwhile we are the only true cloud editing system, US Department of State verified, Bloomberg using platform out there. Am I worried about my investment? Hell no. Yehaa Have my eye on a Shelby GT 500 in orange. BWTFDIK
sideshowbull
04/3/2020
17:54
Farr The way I see it that we can and have developed the Player but for it to succeed it needs the backing and resources of a tech media giant to take it to the global market. I don’t think it would be easy on our own. Think of it as a consumer product at mass scale only the largest corporations can do it. The most obvious company in the tec media space is Google. Then Facebook or Twitter. Perhaps no one else can do it at mass scale quickly?
nickb
04/3/2020
17:39
farr, I was at the demo of the player, there were a handful of us, MK, Invest360, and I. All I have to say is "game changer". I have no idea why they delay but hopefully positive. Dare I dream that the player could be the OEM? BWTFDIK
sideshowbull
04/3/2020
16:43
I would think if the contract expands then you would then account for the increase in revenue too. Hopefully we get an update on A&E expanding to more sites.
bonio10000
04/3/2020
16:26
Yeh I'd assume that is the initial and minimum contract value for Bloomberg. If they like it, the contract gets larger as they spread it round the company. But again, it's just speculation.
pat_cash
04/3/2020
16:23
Richard for me it’s more about take up of Blackbird in the Industry Going for global standard solution
nickb
04/3/2020
16:19
Could they not be minimum revenues on the contract since each contract could even should expand significantly?
nickb
04/3/2020
16:10
There has been an interesting exchange of sensible comments today . If Bloomberg is only $1m over 5 years and total revenue of £1.1m for 2019 it is very hard to get excited about the share price at the current market cap surely ? It seems to me that they need a lot more to justify a large rise in the share price . But without any figures from the company we are all in the dark . Very frustrating that we are never given any figures
richard107
04/3/2020
15:25
I'd guess (very much just my own guess) Bloomberg was $1m over 5 years and State Dept $200k p.a. and Dec-19 revenue would be around £1.10m. Though as NickB says, Bloomberg is prob a foot in the door and could get bigger if things go well, as that's not much for a company of that size.
pat_cash
04/3/2020
15:09
I believe that is the case. Not sure if it has been stated. It seems clear from the placing document figures too.
bonio10000
04/3/2020
15:02
Bonio, have they ever defined 'contract order book'? Is it quite literally the value of a deal's contracted lifetime - i.e. if Bloomberg was $200k p.a. for 5 years then the whole $1m is stated now? Whereas with State Dept it's only the annual amount, as it's 1 year?
pat_cash
04/3/2020
15:00
No need for language like that bonio. My question was directed to cabi. Perhaps you are bipolar.
nanga parbat
04/3/2020
14:43
SSB Nanga has gone balls deep. If only his dad had gone balls deep in another hole.
bonio10000
04/3/2020
14:35
Woooooooshhhhhh max offer 500 @ 13p Buy 500 BIRD - BLACKBIRD PLC ORD GBP0.008 at a price of 13p Consideration £ 65.00 Commission £ 5.00 Stamp Duty £ 0.00 PTM Levy £ 0.00 Net Payable £ 70.00
sideshowbull
04/3/2020
14:19
We all need to rinse our throat with a good Scotch to keep safe and save the economy.
sideshowbull
04/3/2020
13:24
Cabi, do you know Grant Tarbard?
nanga parbat
04/3/2020
12:58
Cabi - do you know Lauren Goodger?
bonio10000
04/3/2020
12:55
Just buy some cheap vodka. It's only alcohol after all.
bonio10000
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