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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
  -0.025 -0.3% 8.375 8.25 8.50 8.45 8.375 8.40 928,922 15:01:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 5.7 0.2 0.1 167.5 37

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09/2/2020
16:35
Boots been sold out since last Mon - so a week... I've been monitoring it daily.. Byot seem to have a supply chain problem even to their UK retailer... I suppose you've been buying a 100 at a time then... ;-) kcowe9 Feb '20 - 14:38 - 4249 of 4251 0 2 1 sold out again at Boots website ..
sikhthetech
09/2/2020
15:06
Another one for the product anoraks. Apparently, byotrol also has an interest in Protect-8 hand sanitizers in the US. Listed on Amazon.com and supposed to be back in stock on 15th Feb. Last review (of only 15) was in December, so presumably haven't been selling many prior to coronavirus. "Protect 8 1.69 ounce (3-pack) foaming hand sanitizer: Alcohol-free, unscented, gentle on skin, effective against germs, bacteria, made in USA " This from byotrol's American Red Cross page: "Advanced Hygienics LLC also markets and distributes Protect-8™ Hand Sanitizers, which are available via Amazon.com. Also powered by Byotrol technology, Protect-8 acts as a barrier, creating an invisible glove or surface layer, continually protecting against bacteria long after it has dried, providing unprecedented peace of mind for both consumers and professionals." hTtps://byotrolplc.com/american-red-cross-hand-sanitizer-powered-byotrol/
1gw
09/2/2020
14:38
sold out again at Boots website ..
kcowe
09/2/2020
14:01
iamgreat1 AKA @thelongergame
texaschaser
09/2/2020
13:53
Byot should look for a Chinese business partner! I think they know the value of a sanitiser that’s lasts more than a few hours a surface!!
a.fewbob
09/2/2020
13:34
slice "Apparently when you get to 25000 posts, advfn give you the equivalent of a blue peter badge." Oh, so that's why your mate Football stopped posting... he's got his advfn badge of honour with the 50p prize!!! lol https://uk.advfn.com/forum/profile/football Is the reason the rthm gang have so many multiple ids so that they can get a whole wall of these advfn honour badges!!!! ;-)
sikhthetech
09/2/2020
13:04
Apparently when you get to 25000 posts, advfn give you the equivalent of a blue peter badge.
slicethepie
09/2/2020
12:11
1gw, Byot 1st patent was in the 1990s, some 25yrs ago... Byot IPO was 2005, some 15 yrs ago. They had a spike in sales during the last major outbreak a decade ago. That's a very long time to sort out basic supply chain issues. Will they be ready for the next outbreak or the one after that??? They've lost the Tesco contract... The trial at Target stores in USA was announced 18months ago...It doesn't take 18months to complete a trial at a retailer... 1 winter's, 2018-19, data should have been enough to gain more USA retailers. Yet a 2nd 'potential' retailer walked away.. You really struggle with basic business principles, don't you 1gw???
sikhthetech
09/2/2020
11:54
You really don't understand small company business development, do you stt? Why do you keep spamming the thread with such ridiculous posts?
1gw
09/2/2020
11:52
"it may not be worth throwing more resources at the trial to satisfy the demand spike, given the trial was scheduled to close next month anyway." 2019-NCov, Coronavirus was detected over a month ago and there's still over 6 weeks until the trial ends.. So therefore around 3 months from the time the virus was declared and until the end of the trial... They clearly have supply chain problems which is worrying... supplying your customers at the right time is fundamental in any business success. They should be seizing this unexpected opportunity presented to them and showing that they do plan for any eventualities..
sikhthetech
08/2/2020
20:00
1gw, "is the Target trial was not profitable at pre-coronavirus sales rates" I'm glad you finally agree with what I was saying.. Also any potential partner would look at data pre-Coronavirus and I would have thought would question whether Byot is able to keep up with spikes in demand... all part of any trial... sikhthetech - 01 Oct 2019 - 11:56:33 - 3706 of 4240 BYOTROL-CAN DELIVER AMAZING RESULTS - BYOT Classic business trials involve supplying their products on a SOR basis. The free samples given out to Target Customers wouldn't have cost Target anything but would cost Byot. The extended trial hasn't resulted in Target rolling out the product to all their stores. What happened to the retailer they were CLOSE TO SECURING nearly 5 months ago? Didn't they like the data from the trial?
sikhthetech
08/2/2020
19:14
No, completely forgot about that...
1gw
08/2/2020
18:42
Thank you. (I assume you realise the Scotland/England game was on whilst you answered) How this can be at multi year lows, £2M in cash and all the product development finished is beyond me. If only they made face masks as well!
loafofbread
08/2/2020
18:21
Well it might while the coronavirus-inspired demand persists, but I imagine they've got high demand on most of their anti-viral cleaning products at the moment. The issue with byotrol24, as I understand it, is the Target trial was not profitable at pre-coronavirus sales rates, and to make the breakthrough in a competitive FMCG marketplace byotrol think they need to spend $5m on US marketing, which would get them to $20m in sales. They might be able to spike sales for a short period during the coronavirus scare, but those sales would likely not be sustainable after things returned to normal without significant marketing spend. There might also be a question mark over the supply chain - they've put in place a supply chain geared to providing a relatively low volume of product into the trial. Do they have the contractual relationships in place to allow them suddenly to lift the volume, especially if they can't commit to minimum levels over an extended period? So the focus has to be, imo, landing an investment partner who can commit the marketing spend to grow sales to a sustainable, profitable level in a non-coronavirus environment. And in parallel they need to develop a supply chain that can efficiently service a much higher level of sales. And while it's interesting to know that they can't keep up with demand on invirtu (if that's the tweet you're referring to), it again speaks to supply chain inflexibility. Or rather that their supply chain is optimised for a "normal" low level of sales, not dealing with a sudden spike in demand. My hope is that SC Johnson is geared towards supplying much higher levels of product into the NHS and that they may be able to capitalise on any spike in demand there - i.e. that they will have put in place a supply chain which is flexible enough to ramp up production and supply when required, either for normal winter 'flu-type demand or the current special situation. And byotrol will then benefit through the licensing agreement they have with SC Johnson. If they are going to put out any information on increased demand I would have thought it makes sense to frame it in the context of market expectations for full year results. If demand through Medimark professional, the SC Johnson deal or elsewhere is sufficient for them to expect to beat significantly the £6m revenue that finnCap is forecasting, then it would be good to hear that. But as an investor, I would really rather they focus on capturing the business development opportunities that are out there now, while the environment remains so favourable - i.e. trying to secure a US funding partner on attractive terms, maybe expanding the scope of that partnership to include a hand sanitiser, and perhaps also trying to land a licensing deal for one of their non-core technologies.
1gw
08/2/2020
16:48
The fact it has all sold out won't change Targets mind? Interesting that our tweet from Jan 30th hasn't been noticed by the wider market yet. Now the directors have had their orders filled perhaps IR might get a few pieces out.
loafofbread
08/2/2020
13:38
You mean from the Investors/News page? Seems to work for me. hTtps://byotrolplc.com/why-we-should-be-protecting-our-healthcare-workers-from-coronavirus-now/ Don't know about Target. I have asked, but I don't think it's worth bothering the CEO for and the IR contact didn't immediately know. It seems odd to put a "sold out" message up, if it is targeted at consumers, without something saying that they are working hard to make new product available. FWIW my own theory is that the messages on byotrol24 (the "coronavirus" sticker and the "sold out" message) are really aimed at potential investment partners rather than at consumers. We know the trial was costing byotrol. I would hope that they managed positive gross margin and so a spike in demand would at least reduce their losses, rather than add to them. But depending on the progress they're making with their partnership process, it may not be worth throwing more resources at the trial to satisfy the demand spike, given the trial was scheduled to close next month anyway.
1gw
08/2/2020
13:14
Any idea why the latest Coronavirus news (Jan23/30)won't upload to the homepage latest news. (or is it my old ZX81 causing problems) 2nd question. Has Target got any more stock to re-fill it's empty shelves?
loafofbread
07/2/2020
18:05
Kindly posted by pawnsacrifice on Lse Coronavirus can live up to 9 days on surfaces - German scientists Coronavirus is capable of living on the surfaces as much as nine days, remaining infectious, according to the group of German researchers. Scientists from Greifswald and Bochum claimed in their report released on Friday that its average living time is four to five days at room temperature. "Cold and high humidity increase their lifespan even further," G√ľnter Kampf from the Institute for Hygiene and Environmental Medicine at the University Medical Center in Greifswald warned. More to come... https://www.teletrader.com/coronavirus-can-live-up-to-9-days-on-surfaces-german-scientists/news/details/51200309?internal=1 Seemed relevant to byot.
kcowe
07/2/2020
16:17
kcowe, "this will fly next week" Are you buying another 100 bottles then to last few more decades? Do the santiser lose it's effectiveness over time? At least you'll provide the results to that test... I'll ask you in a decade... lol kcowe - 31 Jan 2020 - 18:50:46 - 4122 of 4232 BYOTROL-CAN DELIVER AMAZING RESULTS - BYOT sikh ... cheers for that , looks like they got more stock .. still limited to 4 per order ... as monday last week 1 purchased 100 .... in one order .
sikhthetech
07/2/2020
16:09
lol.. this will fly next week
kcowe
07/2/2020
13:13
Took some more today ... should reverse from here next week .
kcowe
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