Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Brave Bison Group Plc LSE:BBSN London Ordinary Share GB00BF8HJ774 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.05p -2.78% 1.75p 1,379,678 14:12:18
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
1.70p 1.80p 1.80p 1.75p 1.80p
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Media 21.17 -0.10 -0.01 10.6

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Brave Bison Daily Update: Brave Bison Group Plc is listed in the Media sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker BBSN. The last closing price for Brave Bison was 1.80p.
Brave Bison Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 1.63p and a 12 week average price of 1.63p.
The 1 year high share price is 3.60p while the 1 year low share price is currently 1.20p.
There are currently 606,344,223 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 2,968,862 shares. The market capitalisation of Brave Bison Group Plc is £10,611,023.90.
mr. t: Dave, I know you're not a fan of me or my posts - fair enough. I back my opinions up with facts though. How about playing the ball rather than the man? If I'm wrong then Brave Bison's next trading statement will be good and shareholders happy. If I'm right then people who read this have a chance to get out now before the bad news is rns'd. Either way, it's BBSN's results and corporate actions that move the share price in the long term - not any posts on this bulletin board.
tsmith2: The share price has responded well to today's buying so I think I think overhang has been cleared
mdchand: dp1 - my concern is that the continued radio silence from the Company over the sudden departure of Claire and the fact this is AIM, means there is always the risk - however small - that there may be some uncertainty over the financials. The SP's reaction to a change of CEO seems very extreme and someone somewhere will know why Claire was removed. I remain invested, and based on the financials, the Company seems very cheap BUT until we get clarity of the change of CEO, I can't see myself adding. If it was a fundamental disagreement over the change of strategy, why the continued silence.....unless they are working on something in the background that is material to the share price - ie takeover / merger etc.
1nf3rn0: GM% was down in H2 due to the 35% decline in Fee revenues which are at 52% margins compared to 26% for Ad revenue. If they can work on increasing advertising margins towards 30% and above that'd make a world of difference. For the half year announcement at the end of July I'd be looking for Ad revenues around £13M, Fee revenues of at least £1.5M and a blended margin above 30%. That should be enough to take the share price to new highs and isn't even particularly ambitious growth compared to last year. Anyway, back in the bottom drawer till then!
mr. t: Tough reaction to the results given h2 revenue was 28% up on h1 and h2 cash generation was £1.2m compared to £0.7m outflow in h1. The share price has risen a lot lately, so maybe this is a natural mini correction.There are negatives from h2 - gross margin % slight decrease, working capital movements that partly account for the cash generation, APAC revenue decrease. Plus there's that ever present risk of Facebook reliance.But, on balance, the turnaround is impressive given where Brave Bison were. And the future growth & diversification opportunities sound good - especially given Claire Hungate has a record of conservatism (in the interims she said she expected a cash outflow in h2 - compared to the £1.2m inflow that outturned).I'm happy to hold.
billthebank: Yeah I can understand from time ti time that the share price here may fall and of course there could be a correction but overall this share price will rise .
mr. t: nice spot hazl. It looks like BBSN is doing well on a few fronts. They've just posted a couple more APAC jobs advertised too, emphasizing Brave Bison's "expanding APAC team". I also saw on linkedin that two new people started with the company in March. The number of people on linkedin who say they work for Brave Bison has increased by about 18 since Dec 17. There were 55 FTE on 31 Dec 17 according to the annual report, so that's people growth of 33%. A good omen for revenue growth, unless BBSN is hiring indiscriminately. But I don't think they'd do that, when the CEO is highly incentivised for share price growth via her shares. And Claire Hungate frequently talks about the economics of traditional and social media.
mr. t: 74tom, thanks for sharing your insights. It's good to hear your thoughts on possible future share price are similar to mine. On profitability and margins, it was nice to see this linkedin comment from Claire Hungate yesterday: "The production industry needs to find a more economic way of creating content; technology has never brought down the cost of production - in fact it has only ever increased it (i.e.tapeless cameras mean people shoot too much footage, leading to higher storage costs and edit costs). Traditional production could learn something from digital first producers in this regard." hTTps:// I don't want to read too much into it - but the comment is an arrogant one to make unless Brave Bison is keeping costs low. So hopefully Brave Bison's revenue growth that'll be confirmed in March will be accompanied with cost efficiencies - and therefore good margins & profitability. Regarding historic margins, here are some relevant figures for Brave Bison: Gross Margin % H1 2017 - 28% H2 2017 - 27% H1 2018 - 32% Pre-exceptional operating costs (£k) H1 2017 - £4,500 H2 2017 - £4,257 H1 2018 - £3,365 I like that gross margin % has increased while operating costs have gone down. Although operating costs may increase in H2 2018 due to investment that BBSN has flagged. Two comments on the above: 1) Claire Hungate joined Brave Bison in June 2017, and the new CFO Paul Campbell-White joined in August 2017. Therefore, their influence would have been almost zero in H1 2017, starting in H2 2017, and ramping up in H1 2018. I think that's reflected in Brave Bison's H1 2018 revenue, gross margin, and operating cost numbers being better than the previous periods. 2) The operating costs above exclude exceptionals - there were £1,049k of restructuring costs and a £12,181k impairment charge in 2017. I'm always cynical about companies with exceptionals, but in Brave Bison's case it's part of their story. Historically they made overpriced acquisitions and had an uneconomic business model. The company is quite different today and I'd expect minimal (hopefully zero) exceptional costs from now on.
74tom: It certainly is an exciting time! Moving into profitability, already cash flow positive and £5m in the bank. It’s not hard to imagine how the share price could respond in the coming months. If revenue growth continued in 2019 and profit before tax grew to £5m; Earnings per share would be 5/576 = 0.86p, at a PE of 20, the share price would be 17.36p and out market cap would be exactly £100m Obviously this is pie in the sky for now, but if the Tencent partnership is successful & we continue to successfully monetise Facebook views it is conceivable, especially when you review the LadBible financial statements - they made £3.6m profit before tax on £15m revenues in 2017.
mr. t: There's an hour long Tubular Labs webinar with Jellysmack's (a company not dissimilar to Brave Bison) Head of Studio - Eric Korsh: hTTps:// I wouldn't say there's anything ground breaking in there...although he gives insights in to what makes engaging & highly viewed facebook videos, risks of being dependent on facebook, and how to make good business out of digital video. What it did for me was validate the approach Brave Bison is taking, giving further confidence in 2019. Looking at Jellysmack a bit more. They recently raised $14m funding: hTTps:// I can't find the valuation, but I assume it's a good amount above $14m. $14m is only slightly less than total market cap of BBSN, and BBSN has £5.1m cash on its balance sheet. In it's funding announcement Jellysmack proudly states it gets 2.5bn views per month. According to Tubular Labs, they increased that to 3bn in November 18 - mostly Facebook. That's less than half of BBSN's 6.2bn views. IMO it's not unreasonable to assume BBSN should be valued significantly higher than Jellysmack, and therefore significantly higher than BBSN's share price today.
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