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CHLL Chill Brands Group Plc

2.15
0.00 (0.00%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Chill Brands Group Plc LSE:CHLL London Ordinary Share GB00BWC4X262 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 2.15 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Offices-holdng Companies,nec 83k -4.29M -0.0149 -1.44 6.18M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 2.15 GBX

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Posted at 21/6/2024 09:20 by Chill Brands Daily Update
Chill Brands Group Plc is listed in the Offices-holdng Companies,nec sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker CHLL. The last closing price for Chill Brands was 2.15p.
Chill Brands currently has 287,615,305 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Chill Brands is £6,183,729.
Chill Brands has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.44.
This morning CHLL shares opened at -
Posted at 18/6/2024 12:23 by bbmsionlypostafter mk2
The delusion is strong in this one.

Surely the share price & recent boardroom machinations must tell you this is a Michael J. Mouse operation more likely to disappear than prosper.
Posted at 17/6/2024 13:03 by kemche
God how I love the asylum:

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Posts: 41

Price: 2.15

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RE: Redundancy moneyToday 12:09
You're choosing to misrepresent what I said. Why would that be? I am referring to the bottom line as you know rather than the crime itself. Chill are not refusing to issue financials, I am sure they are being prepared as we speak. These reports have to be prepared by accountants and signed off. Typically this can take a min of 3 weeks to a month. Once these are released the share price should rise, an outcome you probably don't want.
Posted at 14/6/2024 13:43 by suggster
What good is Dubai to investors? Is the share price going up? Nope suspended
Posted at 12/6/2024 06:36 by purchaseatthetop
More Mystic Meg PATT. When the share was 13p. My first post here when Lionel kipper was village pidgeon!

purchaseatthetop4 Jun '23 - 07:15 - 5159 of 9709 Edit
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Be very careful here. I had a look and it does not look good:

"Mike Shaw, Managing Director of the Vaping Group, said: "The opportunity to support Chill Brands with the UK launch of their vaping devices is not only very exciting but also incredibly timely. Regulators and industry peers are crying out for answers to the issues surrounding sustainability and social responsibility. While Chill's devices will inevitably help with the full conversion of smokers and vape users to nicotine free alternatives, the fact that they may last up to five times as long as existing nicotine vapes will also result in a reduced environmental impact. This enlarged puff count also ensures Chill Zero can remain competitive at a higher recommended retail price, elevating the brand beyond the "pocket money" spend category while maintaining attractive margins."

Actually, Mike Shaw is not a Director of The Vaping Group Ltd. He resigned on 31/12/22:


Moreover The Vaping Group changed its name on 25/4/23 from Vapetv Ltd to The Vaping Group Ltd which seems odd if it has years of marketing and channel experience.

Finally, the accounts to 31/12/21 show zero fixed assets, trade debtors of £17k (so hardly any revenue), and creditors due within one year of well over £550k with Directors salary of zero.

The RNS says "The Vaping Group acts on behalf of some of the world's leading vapour brands and has previously helped to take some of the industry's most recognisable names to market" which is a pile of rubbish as shown above.

So, this is a valueless sales and marketing agreement set up to pump the share price with all of those shares from the 3/4/23 CLNs to shift. Watch out. Clear skim
Posted at 10/6/2024 07:10 by institutional investments
FTSE will get the big short boys today

Wont affect CHLL share price Immune lol
Posted at 07/6/2024 04:41 by purchaseatthetop
Jonesy27. I expect he will perform better than ever in writing absolute nonsense RNSs such as the 20/12/23 one….

Chill Brands Group, the consumer packaged-goods distribution company, is pleased to announce the sale of its Chill ZERO nicotine-free vapour products into a top five UK supermarket.

“The Company has received a substantial initial purchase order which will see the listing of its Chill ZERO products in 1,500 of the leading supermarket chain's UK stores (the "Order").

Chill ZERO products will enter these stores during Q1 2024. Following this roll-out, Chill ZERO vape products will have been sold into more than 2,100 locations in the UK including independent and chain stores, receiving combined gross sales and purchase orders in excess of £1.85 million (including VAT) in the short time since their launch on 7 August 2023.

A further announcement will be made closer to the launch of Chill ZERO products into these stores.”w

Questions…
1) why RNS gross of VAT values when 20% goes to the govt?
2) what is the split between actual sales and purchase orders for future potential orders?
3) what percentage of the £1.85m goes to channel partners such as The Vaping Group, Phoenix 2 Retail etc and that is CHLL left with?
4) it is ten months since that figure of £1.85m started. Why have we had no actual real figures?
5) what percentage of that £1.85m will be reduced by the normal free fills and discounts that are part of every CHLL distribution deal?

The share was suspended because the BoD could not give an accurate view on trading and accounts. I suspect those questions help explain that. Swann himself I think got involved because CHLL he found out are selling at a gross margin loss.
Posted at 08/5/2024 04:49 by lionel kipper
Shareholder,Firstly, we must extend a heartfelt apology to all shareholders, past and present, for our limited communication in recent days and weeks. This is a challenging time and we have been, and remain, constrained in what we can say formally and informally due to the ongoing Fieldfisher investigation into allegations of the misuse of inside information. While this is frustrating – for all of us – it is necessary to allow the investigation to run its course.Please be assured we have been working tirelessly – alongside the Board – to ensure the company's commercial and regulatory obligations remain fulfilled during this time.This letter aims to give shareholders some insight into us as co-founders; the vibrant journey of our company- from its inception to its present status- and underline what is an undoubtedly positive future for Chill on both sides of the Atlantic.Like you, we are shareholders – significant ones in fact. Our financial futures are tied to the future success of this company and, ultimately, we all want the same thing. Our mission is unwavering – to maximise value for all shareholders, and Chill's strategy reflects that. But we need to be honest, the strategy has not been communicated to you eNectively.We commit to spending more time detailing our vision for the successful future of the company in the coming weeks.Forward looking plansWe are relentlessly confident in the company's future, but we also recognise there are shareholders who believe, sincerely, that change is needed for Chill to succeed. We know that Chill is bigger than us and in the spirit of transparency, we are announcing our decision to stand down from the Board by the end of Q3 2024 (1st October 2024).For the sake of us all, our employees, partners and customers, there must be an orderly transition – particularly given the UK vaping sector's regulatory headwinds and Chill needs legitimate expertise to ensure proper governance and compliance. To ensure that real value can be built in the UK and US markets, we need a Board with a proven track record in both small cap listed companies and the unique space that is CBD and vape propositions. To appoint directors without the requisite experience or insight into our market, as is proposed, is eNectively tying the company's hands behind its back. And so, we – as significant shareholders who share in Chill's future success – respectfully urge you to use your vote wisely, consider an alternative approach and firmly reject the resolutions proposed at the Requisitioned General Meeting.We know many of you will have questions. And so, sticking with the theme of transparency, we want to invite you to ask us anything in a live webcast in May. This is a real opportunity to listen, share and answer in advance of our transition away from the Board. We will confirm details of how to register for the webcast on our website in the coming days. We urge you not to vote until you have had a chance to hear us answer questions.We will also provide a detailed Q&A, on our website, on matters that we are able to share without breaching Company law or prejudicing the independent investigation being undertaken by Fieldfisher.Finally, there may be some misunderstanding of our company's journey and it feels sensible to briefly explain the last few years in the hope that this insight bolsters your confidence in an exciting future for Chill Brands PLC.Five Years of Transforma/on: Naviga/ng Leadership Changes and RebrandingOver the past five years, our company has navigated considerable challenges, including three name changes and four Chief Executive Officers. This period of transition was pivotal, especially when we began our collaboration with HNR in 2019, which sought a partner to test a new hydrogen technology in Kansas using a no-till living soil approach for cannabis cultivation. This pilot catalysed the transformation from an oil & gas exploration company to what the company is today. Amid these advancements, our company faced significant financial distress demonstrating the need for a new direction to steer us towards stability and growth, leading to the appointment of the two of us, Trevor Taylor, and Antonio Russo, as co-CEOs. Our sectoral experience proved invaluable as we wound down the oil and gas division, effectively reducing our liabilities and extricating the business from burdensome leases and financial commitments and sought to build the Chill we know today in the CBD and vape business.Naviga/ng Market Vola/lity: A Journey Through Unprecedented TimesWe found ourselves at the helm during a period of intense market fluctuation.Our inaugural product, the Chill chew pouch, launched well and was quickly distributed to thousands of stores. This rapid success was mirrored by our share price, which soared from a few pence to over a pound, before falling sharply back to single digits. The timing was extraordinary; our product launch coincided with the initial news of COVID-19, just as the world began to face unprecedented shutdowns.We faced real hurdles and learnt some hard lessons, but those dark moments helped us emerge with long-term strategic clarity.Leadership Evolu/on: Renewing Trust Amidst New ChallengesWe took the tough decision to stand-down from our roles as co-CEOs and helped ensure a new CEO was appointed specifically to realise the vision set forth by the founders and the board.Our objective remains to innovate within the functional ingredients and vape sectors, with a particular focus on cannabinoids. To this end, we launched a marketplace on chill.com and introduced a zero-nicotine vape, affirming our commitment to providing superior alternatives for consumers. We are witnessing remarkable progress in both the UK and USA, with strong partnerships, future market access programmes, sales pipelines that predict strong revenue streams and very real projections of growth through innovations, yet to be announced, over the next 12 to 18 months.Our long-term play in the CBD market, including the strong network built over a decade has enabled the Company to create lasting partnerships with retailers, distributors, and suppliers.Naviga/ng Change: Building a New Team and Vision for Company GrowthAs we stand at a pivotal juncture in our company's history, we recognise the importance of leadership transitions and the complexities they entail.We believe that passing the torch, though a poignant moment for us as co-founders, is a necessary step to ensure that our company thrives in an ever-evolving industry. The authority and vision must pass from us to a team that is fully equipped to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities that lie ahead.Forward Together: Embracing a New Chapter of Growth and Innova/onTo conclude this letter, we extend our heartfelt thanks to Chill's dedicated Board for its unwavering support and guidance through these transformative times. A special acknowledgment goes to OX, our largest shareholder for the majority of this journey, who has not only led our funding rounds but has also instilled confidence in our potential at every opportunity.To all our shareholders, your trust and involvement are the bedrock of our company. You have journeyed with us through both challenges and triumphs, and your continued support is invaluable as we turn towards a promising future.As Eleanor Roosevelt once said: 'The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their
Posted at 04/5/2024 22:40 by purchaseatthetop
26/1/24 RNS
The Company has undertaken the conditional placing of 28,533,800 new ordinary shares of 1p each ("Ordinary Shares") in the Company (the "Placing Shares") at a price of 3.75 pence per share (the "Issue Price") by Allenby Capital Limited ("Allenby Capital") (the "Placing"), and conditional subscription of 3,466,700 new Ordinary Shares (the "Subscription") at the Issue Price, together raising approximately £1.20 million before expenses for the Company. The Company also announces the capitalisation of £1.20 million of liabilities predominantly comprised of inventory debt financing by existing significant shareholder, Mr Jonathan Swann for 32,000,000 new Ordinary Shares (the "Capitalisation", together with the Placing and Subscription, the "Fundraise"), in aggregate 64,000,500 new Ordinary Shares (the "Fundraise Shares"), at the Issue Price.

So, they raised £1.2m cash. They had spent the rest. That was all Swanns cash. Now he is trying to dispose of the BoD. Do you think they have spent his money well? With the cash burn here they will need more cash in less than six months.
Posted at 28/4/2024 18:46 by institutional investments
I just had a look at some of your history's. it seems 'risk' is not a consideration nor mention on the buy side. And it also seems price can fall for years and still never be wrong

Well, you are wrong on them all. Even paper losses are wholly wrong in them.

Small example

An investment in 2018 and blagged ever since as falls, has now lost purchase power of over 25% alone. A rarely mentioned risk on forums of course. But time does have an added major cost



There are other costs too but lets not go into them all. The total 41% cost on initial capital purchase power since investment. looking at your shares, no yield or anything for most to cover

This means, in another 5 months, share price has to double on your buys, just to recover initial capital purchase power.

Anyway, it is an example of one fixed risk. There are 5. But lets forget about those for now

We wont account for any of this in risk analysis and just give me an exit price please. I wont laugh at the true value of your capital at point of execution, by adding on the other factors

My point is, letting capital risk run against you, in a buy say, is also adding fixed % risks and variable like inflation


So, its why i want a price now. Not more blag to 100p and 3 years down the road
Posted at 28/4/2024 18:27 by institutional investments
Whilst poor Nobby seems to have acid leaking in to the skull, lets consider this re CHLL

If short at 3p, where do you close it out?

End of day, share price dictates all and there has to be a price in time, of where you cant carry on the risk

So if the bears give me a real-deal market position here in terms of exiting short risk, we can look at it more deeply
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