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Cloudbuy Plc LSE:CBUY London Ordinary Share GB00B09Y8Y28 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.15 0.10 0.20 - 0.00 00:00:00
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Software & Computer Services 1.1 -2.3 1.7 0.1 0

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21/1/2020
18:25
At last someone talking sense!! Deadline for proxy votes through brokers/platforms apparently gone, but voting in person on the 27th still possible...we’ve been through arguments about lack of any market for shares if delisted, loss of SIPP shares, loss of ISA tax wrappers...might be worth a trip to Company HQ?? Painful but ultimately worth it to possibly salvage a shred of hope for poor shareholders? See my previous comments about how £400k (?) savings pa but staying listed gives all holders a chance? That chance won’t exist if we delist. All IMO...good luck to all.
interestedparty7
21/1/2020
18:04
The doomsayers will disappear with a vote against resolutions, previous post was from August update which isn’t as bleak as some make out here. Sella got a lot of money in here around 3-5p and trying to take it through the backdoor with taking it private. Not going to happen, if he wants our shares he can pay for them on the open market.
biggeorge54
21/1/2020
18:00
Operational · We have seen an increase in the number of CCG's joining PHBChoices over the first half and this has accelerated in July and August with a related increase in the numbers of PHB holders now using the system · We have developed a pipeline of additional eprocurement and digital prospects assisted by our presence on G-Cloud 11 · The Company Formations business was successfully sold resulting in cash receipts of £279K. This transaction continues our strategy of simplification, allowing us to focus on our growth sectors. Revenue of £538K was an improvement of 11% (2018: £485K), as a result of an increase in revenue from PHBChoices. · Our existing ecommerce and eprocurement customers continue to produce revenue and provide opportunities for growth, this is partially offset by the continuing reduction in revenue from legacy customers. Ronald Duncan, Executive Chairman and CIO of cloudBuy, commented, "We have made progress in the first half of the year, with an increase in core revenue and a continuing focus on cash management and cost reduction. PHBChoices has contributed to the revenue increase and revenue from this area is growing. There is evidence that CCG's are under pressure to deliver more PHB's and increasingly they are reaching out to PHBChoices for a solution. Our existing customer base continues to provide consistent revenue and we have a number of opportunities for additional revenue growth from this group. In Canada the success of York District School Board's roll out of the eprocurement system has resulted in a second school board taking up the solution, as well as interest from other boards. There are 70 boards in Ontario that can use the solution under the terms of the procurement, and we are engaging with a Canadian reseller to pursue these opportunities. Following the publication of G-Cloud 11 we have generated a number of enquiries about our solutions from a range of different UK public sector prospects, this has produced an early stage pipeline of opportunities. The opportunities cover eprocurement as well as digital citizen engagement specifically for Local Government organisations.
biggeorge54
21/1/2020
14:32
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/stories-50435014 Cryptoqueen: How this woman scammed the world, then vanished 24 November 2019
tomboyb
21/1/2020
14:22
Times aren't hard when you are a corrupt ex alleged professional skier with a wife who's face looks like a pitbull and have earnt a fortune while losing money in their ponsi scheme year on year. Also not to bad for a useless CFO who couldn't run a bath.
chuffer2
21/1/2020
14:11
The times are hard.
blueball
21/1/2020
12:31
Again, I agree that traction to-date with PHBs must have been minimal. But what I said was, what IF some traction can be gained in next 12-18 months? Why delist or “suspend“; now with all the issues that brings? Ok, I really can’t add to what I’ve said in this last week. Good luck all.
interestedparty6
21/1/2020
12:25
PHB has had the resuscitator taken away some time back so traction in NHS = 0 lol -
tomboyb
21/1/2020
12:20
hxxps://www.alexa.com/siteinfo/phbchoices.co.uk NO TRACTION has been made - (ZERO RANKING NO ONE IS USING IT) I not sure who ur trying to kid but this should be suspended - Cost savings? There is no business here - IT IS INSOLVENT - PAYABLES 1.6MILL MINIMUM
tomboyb
21/1/2020
12:15
Not insolvent until Sella calls in loans in April 2021. Which he may not do if (yes, it’s a huge if) some traction with NHS has been made. He might even inject more ££ in such a case. All pie in the sky, I know, but following recent cost savings this company can remain solvent for another 12-18 months I’d guess...maybe enough time to see if things can start to improve. What’s to lose? Keep the listing, keep ISA and SIPP wrappers and hope...how could that be worse than caving in NOW??
interestedparty6
21/1/2020
11:21
Should be suspended - Arden have been great supporters -
tomboyb
21/1/2020
11:06
Its a curious case - This is probably one of worst businesses out there - What has Sella made? - Secretly shorting via EFH - I think that is the only relevant question left as all others have been answered -
tomboyb
21/1/2020
10:57
It's a Norwegian Blue now, it would still be a Norwegian Blue 12 months from now.
lefrene
21/1/2020
10:55
p.s it is INSOLVENT -
tomboyb
21/1/2020
10:55
err what shareholder value? - What do u not understand about over 8million of liabilities and making zero money and increasing that debt - This should of been put down 3 years ago and its a miracle it has survived this long -
tomboyb
21/1/2020
10:51
Not insolvent yet FWIW...may well be so in 12 months time, I agree Kemche, but why pull the plug for ever NOW on shareholder value when we don’t need to ATM??
interestedparty6
21/1/2020
02:02
Which part of insolvent are you having difficulties with?
kemche
21/1/2020
02:02
Which part of insolvent are you having difficulties with?
kemche
20/1/2020
22:21
Last throw of the dice shareholders ...tomorrow is deadline I think for proxy vote through a broker/platform...my views are well-known I guess...delisting means no value for shares..even RE-listing means no ISA tax wrapper...Cloudbuy can remain solvent with cost reductions proposed...possibly for a long time...why press nuclear button now and destroy shareholder value for ever? Whichever you vote, thank you for listening. Good luck all...
interestedparty6
20/1/2020
22:20
Last throw of the dice shareholders ...tomorrow is deadline I think for proxy vote through a broker/platform...my views are well-known I guess...delisting means no value for shares..even RE-listing means no ISA tax wrapper...Cloudbuy can remain solvent with cost reductions proposed...possibly for a long time...why press nuclear button now and destroy shareholder value for ever? Whichever you vote, thank you for listening. Good luck all...
interestedparty6
20/1/2020
11:55
A do ron ron ron, a do ron ron! - Well he did managed to offload at 0.4-0.43p -
tomboyb
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