Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Blur Group LSE:BLUR London Ordinary Share GB00B8DX2616 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +1.25p +11.36% 12.25p 11.50p 13.00p 12.50p 11.00p 11.00p 367,404.00 10:24:48
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 2.9 -3.9 -13.9 - 5.77

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
21/4/2017
12:50
Did you mean to write "public won't want any" ?
kemche
21/4/2017
12:37
Either way will lead to significantly higher share price .If there is a placing public won't get any.
j777j
21/4/2017
11:44
As must the placing.......
kemche
21/4/2017
11:43
Mbo must be getting closer.
j777j
21/4/2017
10:06
Normal service has been resumed I see.....
kemche
20/4/2017
20:07
Taking their sweet time about the placing. Get ready for mega dilution...
dusseldorf
17/4/2017
11:04
To paraphrase Shawshank Redemption: 90% of PI's lose money, but everyone here is a winner.
yump
13/4/2017
09:11
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j777j
13/4/2017
09:11
Clearly the exchange is gaining traction
j777j
13/4/2017
09:02
You assume I paid 800p.What about 3p?Cost averaging .All to play for.
j777j
11/4/2017
08:54
New order today worth 1,000,000 euro not RNS'd : 12-month media strategy, planning and buying for a... Location: Belgium Service: Marketing Industry: Consumer Electronics Value: €1,000,000 Pitch Deadline: 24 Apr 2017 Project Start: 29 May 2017 Project Deadline: 29 May 2018
zico01
06/4/2017
13:58
I actually invest in businesses.Average holding period 5 years and yes smaller companies have a substantially higher risk reward profile. You are correct,the bb's are littered with the emotional and the insane.
j777j
06/4/2017
12:27
And you're not ramping ... for you're own selfish reasons ? Best off ignoring BBs, they're generally a waste of electrons.
al h
06/4/2017
11:56
Rather repetitive.So they get some new funding,the share price will then race to 30p plus.You are simply trying to job the market for your own selfish reasons.
j777j
06/4/2017
11:29
Zico01 - The news is mildly positive, but irrelevant to the fact the business needs a substantial funding to survive - and it will happen soon. Again an RNS simply stating that an existing contract 'could' lead to larger revenues is very close to false reporting. I'm not short, but the price will drop as discounted placement is 'worked' by the OR machine and broker. Just stating the obvious (to me at least).
dusseldorf
06/4/2017
10:13
Another nail on Dusseldorf's grave you best close your short : Big Picture Articles Newswires Market Reports Columns Videos HomeNewsNewswiresLON:BLUR UK county council could be set to give blur another boost Share 08:10 06 Apr 2017 The group has already completed one project for the unnamed council which could lead to a “multiple six-figure rollout” of blur’s Indirect Spend management platform office supplies on a desk Indirect spend refers to goods and services that aren't directly incorporated into the product or service being sold, such as computers, equipment, office supplies etc. E-commerce enabler Blur Group PLC (LON:BLUR) could be set to receive another boost, this time from a UK county council. The unnamed council is continuing its programme of spend which could lead to a “multiple six-figure rollout” of blur’s Indirect Spend management platform. The AIM-listed group has already completed the first project for this particular customer and it hopes to build on this relationship in the coming weeks. “blur has been working with this county council for several quarters, particularly in addressing the complex procurement environment within which the UK public sector operates,” said chief executive Philip Letts. "By gaining a deep understanding of this environment, blur has been able to tailor a programme that addresses the organisation's marketing spend requirements. This experience and reference should prove valuable to blur as we look to engage with the wider local government market.” The company changed its strategy 18 months ago or so to focus more on the enterprise market, i.e. larger companies. Its platform is optimised for both private and public sector organisations. Blur’s proposition appeals because in many cases, especially in large corporations, it is difficult to get a handle on just how much is being spent and by whom. Blur shares more than doubled recently after it announced it had entered into final negotiations with a global electronics group for a multiple six figure on-boarding programme across three territories. Shares opened 17% higher at 15.75p on Thursday morning.
zico01
06/4/2017
09:21
A star is born
j777j
06/4/2017
08:49
I suspect this may be the start of a run of good news. Update on the global electronic company due any time. Blue skies ahead!
chrisbenno82
05/4/2017
10:40
Projects rolling in.
homer8
05/4/2017
10:39
I agree that the company made a mess with its strategy and Letts and the board has been very inexperience and diabolical to have almost run the company to the ground. The new people on the board are more experienced and hope Keith have a say as he has a major interest in the company. The recent announcements ofhas always been that the company is careful with the use of cash. The CFO has stated that these large projects are transformation for the company. I think you have a bad experience with buying the shares when Blur came to the market and so are many of us. But believe this will turn around. If you follow the shorters you may be burn a second time. Then you will be a very bitter person. No point sitting on the side line complaining.
homer8
03/4/2017
14:44
Homer8 - Companies who do business with other companies, certainly at the outset, rarely take a controlling stake unless their business success absolutely depends on it - I'm sure there are lots of legal reasons why not to also. From what I understand of Blurs platform, there are many other companies who already do the same thing, so don't see why anyone would want to buy a controlling stake just to do business with them. It also opens up certain issues, if your ability to survive becomes dependent on the support of one firm - see Imaginations problems with Apple this morning. The road Blur is on now is a long one, turning large corporate leads into billable clients takes years. The company has to make sure this next funding round is sufficient to see them through as previous fundraises (£25m total) have been eaten up without ultimately achieving the goal of reaching profitability stated at the time: Blur raised circa £13m just under 3 years ago, it's all but gone. This is after they raised £7m in 2013...and this is after they raised £4m in 2012. Some of the past RNS's used to sway funding are shockingly bad, with all the revenues substantially lower than predicted due to the false way the company booked revenues. It's one to watch for me, but there is no compelling case to invest, certainly at current price levels and absence of cash.
dusseldorf
03/4/2017
14:26
Conspriracy theory? Hmmmm. I mean $5m from Blur's large customer who can take a stake in the company, if Blur can save them million.
homer8
03/4/2017
13:44
Homer8 - I've haven't said the company has no future, I've been warning that without a substantial discounted placement prior to end July, the company has no future - there is a difference. $5m is not peanuts for a company who losses $3-4m a year. I'm not even sure $5m is enough to see it to profitability, but expect 'at least' that figure in terms of dilution and I believe 5-7.5p.share (I simply can't believe anyone would invest at a higher level than that). I've also suggested the current price is at an artificially high level, having been manipulated by the new investor (Keith) and some decidedly dodgy 'work in progress' deal announcements and ficticious 'potential' future revenue statements. This is being done so the group can can try and secure a funding below market and make it appear 'a bargain', to minimise dilution for Keith. Anyway, I'm just putting my view out there so there are no rose tinted glasses, I hope anyone invested makes good money eventually. Now, where is the conclusion of that deal they announced, perhaps we can see what the annual revenue is from that deal ($200-300k IMO)
dusseldorf
03/4/2017
12:16
Dusseldorf, why would a large law company and global electronic company and other large enterprise companies sign contracts with Blur if it has no future according to you? $5m is peanuts to these enterprise companies. They could even take a stake in the company if it is going to save them millions.
homer8
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