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 Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 5.72 0.00 01:00:00
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5.70 6.24
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 0.68 -3.68 -7.29 10
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 5.72 GBX

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x54v: HSBC adding to their stake: Https://
x54v: dave4545 - are you actually interested in the share price at all or just in trying to be contentious?
j777j: "In early August, company founder Philip Letts ceased to be the chief executive, with former chief commercial officer Laurence Cook taking over the reins.His pedigree looks good: he has 25 years' experience in the information and communication technology industry, having led global sales teams at industry giants Siemens, Cable & Wireless and NTL.His task is to ensure blur starts fulfilling the potential investors saw in the company when it was a stock market star in 2013, when the share price rose from around 78p to 577p." (Proactive 23rd no 2017.)
x54v: Nice intraday turnaround today with dip buyers taking advantage of the pullback. The share price is trending up and appears to have revisited the prior breakout point. So a possible case of resistance turning to support. Clearly HSBC are keen with their recent stakebuilding around this level. As is Robert Keith with his sizeable stake. Definitely looks to be a good possible recovery story here given the recent trading statement.
johnwise: HSBC Holdings team of professional annalists can also see the potential Upside in this company
kemche: kemche - 10 Dec 2014 - 20:46:11 - 2786 of 3863 BLUR online Business Services Exchange - BLUR Talk about out of the pan and into the fire I note J777J is a shareholder in QPP. How many more gems are you going to unearth. You have an unparalleled ability to find dung. QPP Quindell for ALL - none of this moderated rubbish - QPP kemche - 19 Nov 2014 - 20:19:59 - 17173 of 19023 Agreed that Forwood is good, but for my money it has to be J777J - I present some exhibits but warn you to hold onto your sides! On Blur he gave us this: BLUR online Business Services Exchange - BLUR J777J - 29 Aug 2014 - 09:13:57 - 2544 of 2726 Of course the other thing is,having done all the groundwork, the co is vulnerable to an opportunistic bid having fallen from over 800p . You have loss making co's like Snapchat being valued at $10 billion and here is a pioneering company with a massive addressable valued at just $60 million. The Yanks must be licking their chops. On MONI this: 2014 onwards: Monitise-mobile banking technology - MONI J777J - 28 Aug 2014 - 15:32:38 - 7993 of 11080 Will IBM Takeover Monetise? 2014 onwards: Monitise-mobile banking technology - MONI J777J - 28 Aug 2014 - 15:20:06 - 7976 of 11080 Personally I think this is IBM/Moni sticking two fingers up at the shorts. From now on,everyday they will be waking up to will they,won't they? On BLINKX this: BLINKX (2013 and beyond) discussion - pros n cons - BLNX J777J - 28 Aug 2014 - 09:29:10 - 13996 of 14519 They laughed at me when it rose to 34p now it has hit 39p and is an easy double. Peer valuations make this worth over 250p And of course who could ever forget such priceless gems as this on QPP: QPP Quindell for ALL - none of this moderated rubbish - QPP J777J - 26 Aug 2014 - 10:02:05 - 11172 of 17173 Should easily double in next 12 months
zico01: 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: Looking forward to Q1 2017 update momentum is continuing on from Q4 2016. This is from Feb 2017 update : We continue to focus on platform sales to large Enterprises that include: Top 100 UK-based law firm; In Q4, blur saw the first subscription to a Group buyer plan from this new customer. This one year subscription allows the customer to transact an annual spend value of up to $2 million through blur's platform. The Company is currently working with this customer on a significant multiple six figure order, the successful completion of which, will bring greater efficiency and improved value to our customer's business. UK listed enterprise, aerospace engineering; As reported in blur's Q3 2016 business update, the roadmap with this customer conforms to the Group's expectation of long sales cycles when working with Enterprise clients. blur remains engaged with this Group and continues to work towards a 2017 roll out of blur's platform addressing both Goods and Services across all Indirect spend categories. Global enterprise, sportswear retailer; blur continues to work with this corporation on an initial pilot due to launch in 2017. Initially operating in one trial geography, blur is seeking to complete a pilot phase which, if successful, could lead to a wider global rollout. Again, the sales cycle is consistent with a large Enterprise platform sale. Global enterprise, electronics/technology; blur continues to work closely with senior management at this Group, aiming to successfully conclude the pilot phase which could lead to a wider roll out of blur's platform.
zico01: blur soars as it closes in on landmark customer win Share 15:05 07 Mar 2017 The shares rocketed on news that more than a year's worth of work looks like paying off in the form of a big customer signing up Circuit board The customer was not named ... but it sounds like it's a biggie Shares in blur Group PLC (LON:BLUR) were the best performers in London Tuesday as the group moved a step closer to adding a big name to the user base. Shares were up 150% at 17.14p in afternoon trading, having risen as high as 26.5p at one point, after the e-commerce enabler said it had entered into final negotiations with a global electronics group for a multiple six figure on-boarding programme across three territories. It has been a prolonged courtship. Blur revealed it has worked with this prospective customer for more than a year, defining and tailoring a programme that seeks to embed the benefits of blur's indirect spend platform into the electronic group’s current business processes. All being well, the negotiations should conclude in the coming weeks. "Our solution is easy and quick to implement, delivering improved efficiency and transparency to procurement processes,” said Philip Letts, chief executive officer of blur. "We are committed to delivering a successful programme for this client and to deepening our partnership with them in the long term," he added. Proactive Investors called Tim Allen, chief financial officer, expecting to hear party poppers and clinking glasses in the background, but Allen said he was keeping his feet on the ground. “It’s best not to get too down when things don’t go well and too excited when things do,” was the gist of the message from Allen, who possibly had a copy of Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If” by his side as he spoke. More seriously, Allen said the unnamed electronics group was just one of a number of big companies – “household names in some circumstances” – that the group was speaking to about helping them reduce their indirect spend. Allen was even kind enough to explain the difference between direct spend – things such as raw materials and marketing expenditure – and indirect spend – largely those support functions, such as information technology. “The established players in the market are focused on direct spend, but we offer enterprises something not readily available in the market, which is the chance to substantially reduce indirect spend,” Allen said. 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. Making the business case is a drawn-out process, however, as the aforementioned year-long (and then some) consultation period proves, but today’s news should open more doors for blur. It also justifies the change in strategy embarked upon six or seven quarters back to focus more on the enterprise market, i.e. larger companies. “We always said it was going to be a long haul. We knew at the time there would be no quick wins,” Allen said. Share
j777j: Investor takes big stake in blur Group after results2015-12-05 14:42:00e-commerce specialist blur reported a more than doubling of project bookings on its online platform last year.?blur is now offering goods as well as services     Enterprise services platform and marketplace Blur Group PLC (LON:BLUR) is readying to expand again after some tough times. A key part of this development will come from its extended offering, which means companies can now source goods as well as business services from its platform, the Exeter-based firm said. "This expansion is the next step in blur's evolution and a key pillar of the blur 6.0 development roadmap," said chief executive Philip Letts. A tax credit of US$0.4mln meant net cash burn for the three months to the end of September 2016 stood at US$0.6mln – a fourth consecutive quarter of improved underlying cash burn. Operating costs fell 23% quarter-on-quarter, which are now 74% lower than where they were at the end of the same period last year. Blur also had US$3.6mln in the bank at the end of the period, even after a US$0.9mln hit from the dip in the value of sterling. Brexit – along with summer seasonality – also had an impact on the number of projects the company pitched for, won and completed in the third quarter. "Delayed decision making" from customers in the wake of the referendum result meant the number of projects pitched on fell 22% to 57 quarter-on-quarter, while there was a near 40% reduction in the number of projects started in the period, which stood at 44. The number of projects completed fared slightly better though, with Blur completing 46 projects compared to 54 in the second quarter. Investor builds stake Blur's more stable footing has also started to attract investor interest. Robert Keith, a former director of computer software company Eidos (the 'Championship Manager' people), and a major stakeholder in drug development company Silence Therapeutics PLC (LON:SLN) has been buying significant amounts of shares. Keith has recently increased his stake from 1.32 million shares to 6.84mln shares, equivalent to 14.5% of the issued share capital of the AIM-listed company. According to his profile on news agency Bloomberg, he serves as a technical consultant to several high-tech companies, so he knows the sector well.
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