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BAR Brand Architekts Group Plc

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21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brand Architekts Group Plc LSE:BAR London Ordinary Share GB0008667304 ORD 5P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 30.00 962 08:00:20
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
29.00 31.00 30.00 30.00 30.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Perfume,cosmetic,toilet Prep 20.09M -6.59M -0.2358 -1.27 8.38M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:29:27 O 767 29.2251 GBX

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Posted at 22/6/2024 09:20 by Brand Architekts Daily Update
Brand Architekts Group Plc is listed in the Perfume,cosmetic,toilet Prep sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BAR. The last closing price for Brand Architekts was 30p.
Brand Architekts currently has 27,943,180 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Brand Architekts is £8,382,954.
Brand Architekts has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.27.
This morning BAR shares opened at 30p
Posted at 21/6/2024 10:56 by someuwin
Skinny Tan Hits the Shelves in Peru

Skinny Tan continues to expand its footprint across the globe. This time the brand has made it to Peru.

We are very excited to share that Skinny Tan is now available in Peru and the first retailer launch is with Aruma.

The chain has 90 stores across Peru and Skinny Tan is listed in 55 of those.

The Range in Aruma

Tan & Tone Wonder Serum

This lightweight serum applies smoothly for an instant silky finish that develops a flawless lasting and streak-free medium-dark tan in 6-8 hours. It contains Q10, Vitamin E, Aloe Vera and Hyaluronic Acid.

Tan & Tone Oil

The Oil is sprayed directly onto the skin. No rinse needed, it just has to dry before getting dressed. It contains Poppyseed, Blackberry Juice and Coconut Oil.

Tan & Tone Face Tanning Drops

The Drops are mixed with any moisturiser and develop a glow within 6-8 hours. The formulation contains Hyaluronic Acid, Aloe Vera and Coconut Water.

Strawberry Self Tanning Whip

The limited edition Strawberry Whip has a velvety texture and smells amazing. It is applied to the skin and develops a glow over 6-8 hours. The whip contains Vitamin E, Guarana Extract, and Aloe Vera.

Peach Self Tanning Whip

The limited edition Peach Whip has a velvety texture and smells amazing. It is applied to the skin and develops a glow over 6-8 hours. The whip contains Vitamin E, Guarana Extract, and Aloe Vera.

Miracle Tan Eraser

The Miracle Tan Eraser is formulated to remove old self tan and/or to exfoliate the skin for a smooth finish ready for a fresh application. It contains Salicylic acid, Pumice and Glycerine.

Dual Tanning Mitt

This double-sided velvet tanning mitt creates a flawless, streak-free result by evenly distributing and blending the tanning product into the skin.

Dry Mist Finishing Spray

The mist powder formulation is non-drying and distributes a lightweight veil over your skin to set the tan and prevents colour transfer from heat or sweat.

In addition to Peru, Skinny Tan is sold in most retailers/etailers in the UK,, South Africa, Australia, USA, Ireland and other retailers in Europe.
Posted at 18/6/2024 12:36 by someuwin
This is is stated way of investing...

"Pick up bombed-out shares trading at a large discount to net asset value. If they are badly managed or not managed in the best interests of all shareholders, then implement change."

There's no doubt this is the case with BAR. They have several high quality beauty brands and have got them in an enviable number of stores. Both UK and abroad. But for some reason don't seem able to build up profits fast enough. They are improving but hopefully Gyllenhammar will use his skills to turbo charge things.
Posted at 18/4/2024 12:44 by balcony
The BAR is getting higher.
Posted at 08/3/2024 08:25 by chrisdgb
Price has drifted lower in recent weeks, interims should be in a couple of weeks, will be a useful guide to progress......
Posted at 20/12/2023 01:55 by bubbabubbabubba
His average is around 35p he kept buying when the share price tankedHe must down at least £400k Don't understand the 15% surely he's not going to sit around stagnant for another year
Posted at 15/11/2023 10:19 by bubbabubbabubba
You can know vote on the agm proposalsOne is for share buybacks
Posted at 03/8/2023 00:14 by chop50
Not meant to reflect an effect at least not short term.just a news post that should perhaps be viewed as a comparative performance target for what were once successful comparative brands fighting for market share, where clearly the inventors/investors of Bondi Sands took a very different and seemingly lucrative pathway with that product. Just an opinion.
Posted at 02/8/2023 07:31 by ali47fish
chop obscure post- please explain what effect on bar
Posted at 21/3/2023 14:32 by dipike
Listing does not mean that they will sell AND deliver profit. If you look back at other brands that BA have pushed (eg Mr Stevens Real Shave, Bagsy, Dr Salts and more), they have all been touted as "good news listing" over the last 3 years or more in various recoginsed retail outlets. But we have to ask, what have these listings delivered at the share price and dividend level? The answer is nothing of any use (share price collapse and no dividends). Presumably because the sales volumes in number of units is low and the margins are thin (remember that these "High Street" retailer heros keep plenty of the selling price for themselves). Just because something is listed in recoginsed retail stores and has a high shelf price, it does not assure share holders that decent volumes will be shifted and that profit will flow back into BA coffers.
I don't know if it still happens but it certainly used to be the case that grocery retailers demand an upfront listing fee before they stock a line (ie the brand owner starts day 1 of goods going on the shelf with a sizable negative net margin).
"In Waitrose" etc does not equate to a sales success - it just means the goods have made it to a shop shelf.
Posted at 03/2/2023 09:32 by beetroot juice
Maybe more. My IDP now BAR holding is showing a Huge Loss. However looking on the bright side, S.T and BAR brands are established some like S.T more than others. Averaging down here for me anyway, is IMO, my only chance of ever re-couping my original Stake. So I have done, somewhat.

I will see how it Pans out from here. Might be throwing good money after bad. Or I manage to get back my original funds with a little profit.

Still would require the share price to be in triple digits However. A long way to go. Correct Ward shafted OLD IDP holders. So did Choudray before him:)
Brand Architekts share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange

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