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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Byotrol Plc LSE:BYOT London Ordinary Share GB00B0999995 ORDS 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.525 -8.57% 5.60 5.50 5.70 6.125 5.475 6.13 3,570,830 16:22:18
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 5.7 0.2 0.1 112.0 23

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/2/2020
13:21
Is the product too expensive to make it on the high street? Is NHS type contracts the only way to success?
a.fewbob
02/2/2020
13:16
"only 3 in sales" They also had a placing at 4p just over 2 yrs ago to raise upto £4.3m to FULLY resource an effective sales and marketing team... Didn't they use the funds to fully resource their sales & marketing team then???? ""We are delighted to have received such strong support from both existing and several significant new shareholders for this oversubscribed fundraising. The funding will allow the Board to capitalise on the substantial opportunities identified through our three core technologies. We will use these funds to fully resource an effective sales and marketing team in order to accelerate the Company's growth."" https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/byotrol-BYOT/share-news/Byotrol-PLC-Result-of-Proposed-Fundraising/75375528
sikhthetech
02/2/2020
13:14
Why is Byotrol product do expensive? Is it due to production costs or something else?
a.fewbob
02/2/2020
12:51
Adding more sales resource is partly (if not mainly) what the acquisition of Medimark is about. If you look at the FY19 annual report you will see the statement: "We did this for many years with approximately 18 employees - 7 in the laboratory, only 3 in sales - focussed on three areas, US surface care (regulated by the US EPA) EU surface care and EU and personal care (both regulated under the Biocidal Products Regulations)." It's not easy to sell into the NHS with that sort of sales resource. The Medimark acquisition brings a capable sales team with a track record in selling into the professional segment. Medimark still adds only 13 "additional staff and management" according to the report, but on sales in particular it is a step change. The great thing about removing the silo structure early with the completion of the earn-out is that Medimark sales staff can now be deployed wherever byotrol thinks is the best place for the current scenario, rather than being constrained to Medimark products.
1gw
02/2/2020
12:44
brownson, good post... Also Byot is in ONE Boots OWN brand product and Boots is just ONE retailer.... It's not as if Byot have cornered the market for hand santisers... It's the retailers who are raking it in... even there Byotrol lost the Tesco contract only a few months ago so not exactly widely sold... You can buy 4 of Boots other own brand 50ml hand santiser for 75p for the same price as 1 with Byot ingredients in it for £3.19... https://www.boots.com/boots-aloe-vera-antibacterial-hand-gel-50ml-10249746 Or even cheaper at Aldi 50ml hand santiser for 42p....so around 8 bottles of Aldi hand santiser for the same price as 1 with the Byot ingredients in it... https://www.aldi.co.uk/lacura-aloe-vera-hand-gel/p/074523160016600
sikhthetech
02/2/2020
12:34
Exactly, It’s super frustrating that a product like Byotrol can’t break into the NHS for use in general cleaning when we have so many resistant bug issues. It seems insane.
a.fewbob
02/2/2020
11:29
The problem is that in the NHS we have to clean before and after every contact anyway so the fact byotrol lasts longer is irrelevant. Some of the infection control people have told me they fear that encouraging byotrol use will lead to people reducing cleaning of hands etc because they think they can get away with it. I think it would make sense to use it for cleaning floors though.Where I think it definitely has a place is on McDonalds touch screens which rapidly get colonised despite the undoubted efforts of the staff. The recently published study on bacterial growth on these screens made worrying reading
brownson
02/2/2020
01:12
Nice. First wave completed. Chart looking strong
letmepass
02/2/2020
01:11
Previous RNS says improved sales, margins and profits. It is all looking good. High of 82p. That would be nice
bob1995
02/2/2020
00:04
Marketing muscle-which is why corona virus helps.
cumnor
01/2/2020
23:42
But is there another product that keeps a surface protected for such a long time? It seems to me that the product must be flawed! Is there a problem with it that we just don’t know about? I just find the whole thing frustrating.
a.fewbob
01/2/2020
23:17
Because other products are available.Guess that's why they lost the Tesco contract recently
saint in exile
01/2/2020
23:09
Thanks guys. I can’t for the life of me understand why this isn’t the defacto sanitiser used across the NHS! Why is this taking such a ludicrously long time to come good??
a.fewbob
01/2/2020
22:25
News will filter... Byotrol24 is scientifically proven to eliminate coronaviruses, noroviruses, flu and cold viruses, E. coli, salmonella, staph, strep, listeria, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and other germs. Watch the sakes. Start of a re rate here
letmepass
01/2/2020
17:25
What a great week TRMR, SLN and BYOT keep up the good work, much appreciated! Not so good for your troll
slicethepie
01/2/2020
13:58
A.Fewbob, the main product in shops is Boots antiviral foam...available in 20ml & 50ml bottles.. Boots sell many different antibacterial santisers, so this is just 1 product. There are many other shops selling many other antibacterial santisers... They recently lost the contract with Tescos.. There are Byotrol products are also available online... You'd have to be quick if you want Boots version online, as Kcowe is buying hundreds... lol The hope is that the current coronavirus helps promote santisers etc and hopefully promotes Byotrol as a supplier with long lasting antiviral products to organisations (possibly via partnerships), here and abroad, rather than just end consumers.. People can use soap & water or any antibacterial santiser... so Byot is not the only effective way to kill Coronavirus...
sikhthetech
01/2/2020
13:36
Mudbath, MS missed expectations... Call it expectations/forecasts/targets... Suggesting someone as 'good authority' suggests someone with inside information told you.. Who was the person, 'good authority', who told you that MS were trading ahead of forecasts, if that's what you want it called? mudbath8 Sep '19 - 19:22 - 3663 of 3684 0 2 1 <...> Because I have it on good authority that trading and profitability at MS is running above forecast. <...> from rns: "As previously announced, in FY2019 Medimark traded profitably but below original expectations. The business continues to trade profitably in the current year but will not achieve those stretch targets" https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/byotrol-BYOT/share-news/Byotrol-PLC-Acceleration-of-earn-out-relating-to-M/81630376
sikhthetech
01/2/2020
10:20
Can buy at Amazon,e-bay, etc
saint in exile
01/2/2020
09:55
Http://byotrol.co.uk/products/
mudbath
01/2/2020
09:30
Pardon my ignorance but have they got products on sale here in the UK?
a.fewbob
01/2/2020
09:18
Expectations and forecasts are two differing beasts sikhthetech. Your approach(for me) is far too pedantic for this wild west AIM playground. Good luck though if it works for you.
mudbath
01/2/2020
07:35
Sikh I'd cover your short if I were you. I dread tohink how much money you've already lost
the ghost who walks
31/1/2020
20:04
He'd do anything to get the share price up! LOL
saint in exile
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