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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
  0.10 1.2% 8.40 8.30 8.50 8.575 8.30 8.30 1,732,165 15:26:27
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Chemicals 5.7 0.2 0.1 168.0 37

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
27/4/2020
12:00
Ah, sickbag is back for another pasting I see, though I'm not sure what sparkling new insights are being brought to bear, as the filter has been applied for some months now.
tradertrev
27/4/2020
11:28
Sikh-grow up.
cumnor
27/4/2020
11:02
Given the huge demand for sanitiser and cleaning products and the fact we're in the worst Pandemic for a century, the TU was poor. They only managed £6m revenue and adj EBITDA of £250k against pre-covid expectations of £6m and £400k. That is a huge miss on their expectations. They have been seeking US partners for months and are still talking about. What's happened to Target Trial? £25m for a company with only £6m revenues and £250k adj EBITDA.. really!!! Finncap expectations, as of interims: https://researchlibrary.finncap.com/File/View?file=7094521d-4d9d-42a3-864b-af02865358d5
sikhthetech
27/4/2020
10:43
Interesting to see BYOT on the CNBC ticker this morning.
arcadian
27/4/2020
10:35
#lvcg #shi #odx want to double your money? Have a look at lvcg director just loaned the company £500k it generated over £5k in revenue with a £700k ebitda. No bookings cancelled, director refused to take a £500k bonus last year . Easy bagger and under the radar
stocktrend2
27/4/2020
10:29
A cracker of an update. Of course these figures (pre covid up to Mar 21) are irrelevant to the market cap and this time next year will see an entirely unrecognisable set in comparison. Even AIM ceos are wary of using words like 'exceptional' or 'significant' less they fall foul of regulators but for me the big positive lies in potential licensing deals, contracts and the more positive reference to the US market. Their IP is safe and has all the EU and US paperwork-thus the reference to public health officials being the new opinion makers. Lots of big chemical outfits want in on this space but do not have safe, regulated products so I can see BYOT being snapped up very quickly, as a means for them to circumvent the slow and tedious regulatory obstacles, esp in the US.
cumnor
27/4/2020
09:39
Mm won't even sell me 25000
slicethepie
27/4/2020
08:48
The future is very bright for the company. Agree also that this will become a takeover target now.
tonytyke
27/4/2020
08:37
I just can`t see that they will remain independent with such a positive future.
arcadian
27/4/2020
08:32
Although curious that they actually seem to have missed expectations on adjusted EBITDA and cash, and only met revenue expectations, since I think finnCap have had them in at £0.4m adj EBITDA and £6.0m revenue (with end-year gross cash/equivalents of £2.5m) since the interims. And finnCap commented that their forecasts excluded potential upside from deals concluded after the interims were published. I guess that has to be down to the constraints towards the end of the year, and there is the exceptional gain from the Medimark earn-out deal, so the bottom line should look good against the finnCap earlier forecast. And to a large extent that's all irrelevant given the vastly changed environment going into FY21 and the expectations around delivery this year.
1gw
27/4/2020
08:17
Very good TU, apart from the timing, perhaps. Having checked all RNS's as usual just after 7am, it was a surprise to check in here at 8am and see the comments! Still, that aside, great to see such a positive note. Good also to see finnCap's note raising the target to 9p, while not yet giving FY21 forecasts. Pleased to see they didn't ignore the US discussions completely and acknowledged that they are still working on "longer-term product supply contracts and technology licenses, including for Byotrol24 in the US". Have to wait for the full results, or perhaps an updated finnCap note, for a bit of colour on the US negotiations.
1gw
27/4/2020
07:48
"Revenues of approximately GBP6.0m. This excludes a material but delayed new license contract that was eventually closed in mid-April and that will now contribute to FY2021" So what material contract was this then anyone any ideas
riddlerone
27/4/2020
07:37
Excellent trading update. The results to March'21 are encouraging, but are almost irrelevant given the huge growth the company is seeing: Https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/byotrol-BYOT/share-news/Byotrol-PLC-Trading-Update/82309381 - "exceptional demand for our technologies across all our markets due to the covid19 pandemic" - "expecting to benefit significantly from a secular shift towards the heightened importance of infection prevention, cleanliness and hygiene" - "expect to generate record sales from products (i.e. excluding licenses, royalties and technical development deals) in the first quarter of the year" - "working on a number of longer-term product supply contracts and technology licenses, including for Byotrol24 in the US" - "We now expect FY2021 to be one of significant growth in both revenue and EBITDA"
rivaldo
25/4/2020
18:08
Wonder if our latest shareholder will be involved in any Far East distribution in future Http://www.limtecklee.com/history Founded in 1918 from a humble beginning, Lim Teck Lee (Pte) Ltd was incorporated as a “Private Limited” Company in 1953 as a wholesaler, importer and exporter of basic industrial raw materials, chemicals, food colourings and dyes, bentwood furniture, paint brushes and various sundry products to industries in Singapore and its neighbouring countries. Our unwavering commitment to meet and satisfy our customers’ needs has earned Lim Teck Lee (Pte) Ltd the reputation of an energetic, reliable and progressive company in the region. Over the years, we have been steadily expanding beyond our shores with diversified portfolio of strategic investment in manufacturing, real estates and joint-ventures across Asia Pacific region.
riddlerone
25/4/2020
15:41
I'm keeping an eye on the comments on that BFun Group facebook post showing their byotrol24 stock airfreighted to Hong Kong. One recent comment asked how they got them and from the answer it looks like it was an official (i.e. sounds like direct from byotrol) purchase before Covid19 took off in the US. So I would guess that was sale of redundant stock given the new fragrances and bottle sizes being used at the time in the Target trial. (response below translated by google) "BFun Group Lilee Brenda We signed a purchase contract with Bytrol24 before the US epidemic spread ☺️ The US official website has also reported that due to the high global demand, the United States is out of stock ...Due to the preciousness of Bytrol 24 products, each person will be limited to 2 sticks ☺️" hTtps://www.facebook.com/pg/bfungp/posts/?ref=page_internal
1gw
24/4/2020
12:23
when will this ever be allowed to increase! it looks like a day traders opportunity everyday!!!!
abbynat
24/4/2020
11:56
I came across this short (6 minute) video from a year or so ago which I think conveys well the sense of byotrol as first and foremost a tech company and the nature of its tech, as well as giving some of the background to the Solvay relationship. hTtps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RFBgqSloFpo
1gw
24/4/2020
10:56
Brownson, Let's not bring this forum into an EU debate (feel free to set up another and we can discuss there). In the meantime, some light reading for yourself: hxxps://fullfact.org/europe/will-uk-pay-future-eurozone-bailouts/
ddonaldson2
24/4/2020
10:53
Nice rise - hopefully back to the highs again soon. I'm pretty sure no-one's yet posted this new article from BYOT (although the tie-up's been referred to in passing and in the interims): Https://byotrolplc.com/byotrol-partners-with-uk-heritage-brand-tower-in-floorcare/ "Byotrol partners with UK heritage brand Tower in floorcare Posted on April 16, 2020 by Jane Kiely "Byotrol partners with UK heritage brand Tower in floorcare Today sees the launch of the latest consumer partnership for antimicrobial specialist Byotrol plc, providing tailor-made surface sanitising liquids for the new Tower range of Carpet Washer appliances, marketed and distributed by RKW, Europe’s leading distributor of small domestic appliances and housewares. RKW markets a wide range of consumer household products under the Tower brand, which has been producing Great British design, innovation and excellence since 1912. The launch marks Byotrol’s debut into the UK consumer floorcare category and the first time that Byotrol formulations have been paired with consumer appliances. The new Tower floorcare range combines Byotrol’s unique capabilities in antimicrobial surface sanitisers, with high-performance electrical Carpet Washer appliances designed to restore lustre of household floorcoverings, whilst protecting families from harmful pathogens. Every purchase of a Tower Carpet Washer appliance includes a 250ml Tower Professional Carpet Washing Solution, powered by Byotrol technology and specially formulated to kill 99.99% of bacteria, treating bad odours at source rather than just masking them. Consumers can continue to keep their carpets smelling fresh and combat stubborn stains by purchasing the solution in a convenient 1 Litre format, formulated and manufactured in the UK. The Tower Professional Carpet Washing Solution has been independently tested under European Standard EN 14476 and is proven to be effective against coronavirus at the specified dilution, helping to protect families during the current pandemic. Rob Sutton, Managing Director and Founder of RKW, commented ‘Byotrol is the obvious choice of technical partner for RKW, providing the robust technical support and the level of excellence required to maintain the innovation and trusted quality of Tower products that consumers have come to associate with the brand for more than a century.’ He added ‘We are proud to be launching one of the most technically advanced carpet washing solutions on the market. It’s been an excellent example of two brands combining their strengths to access wider commercial opportunities which were not available to them individually.’ David Traynor, Chief Executive of Byotrol plc, commented: “We are delighted to be working so closely with RKW and to be directly associated with their excellent UK heritage brand Tower. This is a new category for Byotrol and is a first-class way of bringing our technologies to more consumers in more formats than we could possibly do on our own. The Tower Carpet Washer debuts on the Ideal World TV shopping channel this evening at 8.15pm and will be retailed online and in leading homeware stores over the coming weeks."
rivaldo
24/4/2020
10:49
Great that Germany is chucking money at the eurozone. Just as well we left otherwise we as the only other major contributor would have been paying for Italy and Spain as well as bearing our own incalculable cost
brownson
24/4/2020
10:46
Ladies, please.
milesy
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