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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
  0.05 0.83% 6.10 6.00 6.20 6.10 6.00 6.05 382,332 15:08:28
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 6.1 -0.0 0.1 76.3 28

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27/2/2020
14:16
BYOT are mentioned today in a Telegraph article entitled "These stocks could soar in a coronavirus pandemic". It's subscription access only, so this is all I can get: Https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=byotrol&tbm=nws&source=lnt&tbs=sbd:1&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjGqPOw9fHnAhXXQ0EAHZk2CrEQpwUIHw&biw=1725&bih=947&dpr=1 "The share price of Byotrol, which makes antimicrobial sanitisers and wipes, has doubled since the start of 2020 to 3p. The company is also listed on the Aim ..."
rivaldo
27/2/2020
13:52
Hmm, I presume that SC Johnson have been forced into offering an alcohol free sanitiser based upon the documented problems that alcohol based sanitiser formulations face in some deployments. In any event- nice to see them providing some positive guidance regarding where to use the formulations an apologies if this is old hat to BYOT holders or repeats anything already discussed on here. The article here: hTTps://www.clinicalservicesjournal.com/story/31425/sc-johnson-professionals-alcohol-free-hand-sanitiser-when-to-use Certainly seems to indicate that there is a large scale requirement, including just about every public area deployment of sanitisers: "In 2009 and again in 2015, the BBC reported that some NHS trusts had removed alcohol based sanitisers from reception and entrance areas in a bid to stop visitors drinking it or stealing it." and from the landing page referenced in the article here: hTTps://www.debgroup.com/uk/products/innovations/hand-sanitising-solutions?utm_source=CSJ&utm_medium=Monthly%20Newsletter%20Email&utm_campaign=Sanitiser "Suitable for organisations operating in high risk areas or where alcohol is not appropriate, such as healthcare, prisons, food manufacturing and education facilities." Seems like a fairly identifiable target market requirement, regardless of WHO guidance :-) DYOR M
maca1212
27/2/2020
12:08
The share price is higher than last May, before the long slide.. The issues causing the share price slide are still there.. Last May when the share price was lower: 1) Byot were close to signing a 2nd national retailer 2) Byot had the Tesco contract which served them well 3) No one was expecting any accounting irregularities 4) Trial at Target extended to more sites and was expecting even more. etc Now the share price is higher but: 1) 2nd national retailer NEVER SIGNED, WHY? 2) Byot LOST the TESCO CONTRACT, no replacement announced 3) ACCOUNTS NOT QUALIFIED 4) appointed an agency (costing money) in US and STILL seeking partnerships 5) Trial at Target ENDS NEXT month but so far not rolled out to all stores.. etc etc The share price is now significantly higher based on HOPE and without any of those issues, which caused the share price to fall, being resolved.
sikhthetech
27/2/2020
12:02
Great to see new recent highs here.
rivaldo
27/2/2020
11:49
Kcowe, "900000 hand sanitisers were purchased in Italy" Lost potential sales...shame Byot don't sell in Italy then, isn't it??? 1gw27 Feb '20 - 11:06 - 4619 of 4628 0 1 0 Err, well in the same FY19 report, Consumer sales to "Rest of World" (there is no Europe line item) are identified as zero. Do you have any evidence that in FY19 Robert Mcbride sales (for byotrol) were going anywhere other than to the UK (or indeed other than Tesco in the UK)?
sikhthetech
27/2/2020
11:48
Bought a few. Looks interesting
volsung
27/2/2020
11:43
900000 hand sanitisers were purchaced In italy the past few days ..... As the virus Spreads so do panic purchases occur byot will be over 10p before Long
kcowe
27/2/2020
11:41
Looks like we get a mention in the Telegraph. Can't read the whole article, can anyone see if it's an actual "tip"? "These stocks could soar in a coronavirus pandemic " "The share price of Byotrol, which makes antimicrobial sanitisers and wipes, has doubled since the start of 2020 to 3p. The company is also..." hTtps://www.telegraph.co.uk/.../stocks-could-soar-coronavirus-pandemic/
1gw
27/2/2020
11:39
Look at those small trades to push the share price higher and soon after 1gw's posts... funny that.. Obviously 1gw won't be selling any more until he gets the answers he seeks in the TU, will you 1gw???
sikhthetech
27/2/2020
11:22
sickthetick> looks like you have been infected with Lymes - TLY down again BYOT up again - Get real. - Short term anyway! Have fun!!
pugugly
27/2/2020
11:22
Yes, it looks like you've reinstated it as it was now. When I posted, part of it read as follows: "Firstly, it was a contract with a major supplier Robert McBride plc, a leading supplier in SEEKING, the European one, they have LOST."
1gw
27/2/2020
11:20
1gw, "that frantic editing you like to engage in when shown to be peddling garbage seems to have gone wrong" The post with the same content is there, you're talking BS as usual.
sikhthetech
27/2/2020
11:15
1gw, "Do you have any evidence that in FY19 Robert Mcbride sales were going anywhere other than to the UK " I said "Where are potential sales likely to be for combating COVID-19." What part of the word 'potential' do you not understand... It's easier to expand sales with an existing partnership than seek a new one in the hope of gaining some. Through those sales in Europe, they would have gained more marketing exposure. Easier to supply Europe than US. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. You seem to lack very basic business understanding...
sikhthetech
27/2/2020
11:11
stt - that frantic editing you like to engage in when shown to be peddling garbage seems to have gone wrong - perhaps have another go at 4617?
1gw
27/2/2020
11:06
Err, well in the same FY19 report, Consumer sales to "Rest of World" (there is no Europe line item) are identified as zero. Do you have any evidence that in FY19 Robert Mcbride sales (for byotrol) were going anywhere other than to the UK (or indeed other than Tesco in the UK)?
1gw
27/2/2020
10:59
Stock climbing steadily, I think we have news brewing.
a.fewbob
27/2/2020
10:57
1gw, "If ever there was a red herring, the Tesco consumer deal is it." AT LAST, I knew you would eventually mention Tesco... Firstly, it was a contract with a major supplier Robert McBride plc, a leading supplier in EUROPE. Where are potential sales likely to be for combating COVID-19. www.mcbride.co.uk/where-we-are/map-and-locations Secondly, have they replaced that contract with another major European Supplier? No. Thirdly, do you think sales at Target in US would replace those lost via the major supplier European supplier? A partnership in US is not going to replace a partnership with a major European supplier, is it? The US one, they are still SEEKING, the European one, they have LOST. So the major red herring is all this BS about Byot being a major beneficiary with hand sanitiser sales, ISN'T IT? QED
sikhthetech
27/2/2020
10:26
If ever there was a red herring, the Tesco consumer deal is it. In the FY19 (y/e 31/3/19) accounts they reported £164k of UK consumer revenue. Even if all of that was from Tesco, that's about 3% of the FY20 £6m byotrol revenue (finnCap) estimate, isn't it? And with low brand equity and low margins, where is the value in that?
1gw
27/2/2020
10:14
I would hope they state whether they have addressed the accounting irregularities. Also whether they have found a replacement after losing the contract with the major supplier Robert McBride plc... "The Directors have made every effort to resolve this matter to our auditor™s satisfaction, without success. Whilst it may have been possible eventually to obtain a suitable response, the length of time this may have required was indeterminate, and the Board took the decision that the interests of shareholders were best served by publishing the accounts with the consequential qualified audit opinion but resulting in the lifting in the suspension from trading on AIM. Since the year end we have transferred over £86,000 of the aggregate amount from the bank concerned to another commercial bank and intend to transfer the balance shortly" https://byotrolplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/2019-10-11-Posting-of-accounts-and-restoration-B-3.6.pdf Major supplier, Robert McBride - supplier to TESCO: "Post year end we came to the end of our licence relationship with Robert McBride plc and therefore to supplying surface sprays to Tesco. This was an excellent arrangement for us for many years, but it has now run its course and we expect to generate higher margin opportunities with better brand equity from other consumer initiatives. " https://byotrolplc.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/10/Byotrol-Annual-Report-FY-2018-19.pdf
sikhthetech
27/2/2020
10:07
And perhaps one final thing on my wishlist would be an update on Solvay Actizone royalty expectations. My working assumption (given the lack of information I can find on Solvay marketing an Actizone product) is that the "minimum guarantee" will come into play in FY20 i.e. sales will not be sufficient to trigger royalty payments above the guaranteed level. But if Solvay is generating sales above this level then it would be good to get an update to this effect.
1gw
27/2/2020
09:28
And then, given the statement on "all the recent efforts" becoming visible in results and projections, I wonder if finnCap might release an updated note alongside any pre-close TU which incorporates at least some quantified synergies from the Medimark integration for FY21 and beyond.
1gw
27/2/2020
09:24
As we come towards the end of the current financial year (31st March), perhaps worth thinking about what might be in any pre-close trading update, apart from commentary on how the coronavirus situation has affected current trading. In the interims, published on 19th December, the following statements were made: “The team is also working on a number of business development and monetization opportunities that should improve results for the full year.” “In the US, we continue to seek a partner for Byotrol24 and are now engaged in a number of early-stage discussions. As this process continues we are reducing marketing spend linked to the Target retail trial and are now expecting the in-store trial to lapse at the end of March 2020. We hope to be in an alternative relationship with a better risk/reward profile by this time.” “SC Johnson Professional has now launched our products under their brand in UK and Irish hospitals and we are very excited about the potential of this relationship.” “We are now working hard on relaunching as a unified company from April 2020 and expect all the recent efforts to then become visible in results and projections.” “…the Directors remain confident in reporting EBITDA positive results for the full year…” FinnCap were estimating £6.0m revenue and £0.4m adjusted EBITDA in their note of the same date. So I think I would expect a pre-close TU in any case if they expect to be more than 10% out on the £6.0m revenue estimate (or possibly more than 10% out on the implicit 2H revenue estimate of £3.8m). And perhaps in the context of current trading and the coronavirus impact, I wonder if we might get a specific comment on how the SC Johnson arrangement is performing. But more materially (I think) I would like to see them deliver on one of the first 2 statements above – i.e. announce a partner (or monetization deal) for Byotrol24 and/or announce delivery of one of the other business development/monetization opportunities expected to contribute to FY20 results.
1gw
26/2/2020
16:32
Sorry mate just topped up my tly holding no cheap shares for you!
slicethepie
26/2/2020
14:25
If you were looking for hand sanitiser, would you follow WHO, CDC advice to use an Alcohol based sanitiser or would you use Byot's non-alcohol based sanitiser? Obviously the public would ignore WHO/CDC advice and listen to BYOT... honest guv... ;-) WHO: "Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand rub if your hands are not visibly dirty." https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/advice-for-public CDC: "If soap and water are not readily available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol. Always wash hands with soap and water if hands are visibly dirty." https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/about/prevention-treatment.html Dettol: "If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer" https://www.dettol.co.uk/about-us/understanding-coronavirus/ BYOT: "Whilst the World Health Organisation (WHO) advises the public to use an alcohol-based hand rub, the average antibacterial hand gel found in local supermarkets, pharmacies or airports may not be effective against viruses." https://byotrolplc.com/why-your-hand-sanitiser-may-not-protect-you-from-coronavirus/
sikhthetech
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