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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Essensys Plc LSE:ESYS London Ordinary Share GB00BJL1ZF49 ORD 0.25P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.50 0.65% 77.00 75.00 79.00 77.00 76.50 76.50 13,693 12:37:43
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 22.0 -2.9 -6.2 - 50

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
24/3/2022
15:26
A flurry of buying just there and very little on the offer now. Shares certainly being eaten up by willing buyers at these levels.
tromso1
24/3/2022
13:30
Indeed, every time it breaks 74p the seller returns! Once out then this will move rapidly, until then it’s a game of cat and mouse…
74tom
24/3/2022
13:06
Seller still has plenty to offload it seems. 250,000 shares on the offer at 74.49 just now.
tromso1
24/3/2022
12:35
Bounced quick today, seems to be bottoming out around Furness's purchase price.
bad gateway
20/3/2022
12:00
Agreed Alan. The flexible office space market is set to grow enormously throughout this decade, a process which is already happening. And as the global tech leader in this field, ESYS should grow enormously with it. It seems almost extraordinary that you can acquire shares in the global tech leader in a sector facing such enormous growth, at such a knock-down price. But stock market turmoil can sometimes throw up quite extraordinary bargains, that looking back on them a few years later look mouth-watering. The challenge of course is to recognise and react to them at the time. "THE FUTURE OF OFFICE SPACE TECHNOLOGY IS HERE With our proven enterprise-ready office space technology, you can transform your buildings and your business. We’re the global leader for delivering the digital services and office experiences that occupiers demand. The next generation of office real estate is here, and we’re ready to power a world that works differently." HTTP://essensys.tech/
hedgehog 100
20/3/2022
08:41
ESYS provides a look into the future of hybrid working. A SIPP no brainer.
alancapone
19/3/2022
11:25
"Size of the flexible workspace market forecast in the United Kingdom 2019-2023 Published by Statista Research Department, Nov 30, 2021 According to the forecast, the volume of flexible office workspace in the United Kingdom is expected to nearly double between 2019 and 2023, reaching 167 million square feet in 2023. Flexible office space, also referred to as coworking space or shared office space, refers to commercial office space that allows short-term leases to individuals, freelancers, small and medium enterprises, and other professionals. In contrast to traditional offices, flexible offices provide equipped and serviced office premises without long-term rent commitment." HTTP://www.statista.com/statistics/754743/volume-of-flexible-office-space-united-kingdom/ "Flex office space market poised for more rapid growth Nearly half of office tenants plan to increase flex space usage in the future December 27, 2021 With tenants realizing that pandemic-driven uncertainty is set to continue, they’re increasingly incorporating flex space into their workplace strategies as they move toward a more agile footprint that adapts to their changing needs. JLL’s 2021 Global Flex Space Report reveals that 41% of tenants expect to increase their use of flex space as part of a post-pandemic work strategy. “Employers and employees have very different preferences in terms of managing the return to the physical office,” says Scott Homa, Senior Vice President and Director of U.S. Office Research at JLL. “Companies can reconcile these differences with flex space. Looking ahead, we think the broader concept of flexibility will be critical for the office market—not just in terms of how spaces are designed and used, but also the physical locations where people gather and work.” 63% of employees prefer a hybrid model vs. working exclusively in an office or at home In the simplest of terms, flexible space helps companies become more agile by enabling them to lease smaller (or sometimes larger) office footprints that are available for relatively short time periods via a streamlined transaction process. Even in the decade prior to the pandemic, the global flex space sector was expanding rapidly at an average annual rate of 22%, much faster than the conventional office market over the same time period. JLL researchers say there are four main factors driving intense tenant interest in flexible space: • Cost reduction. Pre-built spaces that are move-in ready can reduce initial out-of-pocket expenses, boost efficiency, and potential drive down total occupancy costs. • Agility. Flex space allows organizations to ramp up faster and hit the ground running when they launch new initiatives or grow faster than anticipated. In the event of an unexpected event like a pandemic, flexible space allows companies to pivot more quickly to remote or hybrid work models without being trapped in a rigid, long-term lease. • Innovation and collaboration. Unlike fully remote setups, flex arrangements encourage innovation by giving employees opportunities to interact in impromptu ways. Such interaction encourages cross-pollination of ideas and can lead to the development of new business concepts. • Talent attraction. Flex space can give companies an edge in the war for talent by helping them quickly expand into a submarket with desirable workforce demographics or reduce commute times for existing employees. “The increased demand for flex space is structural and not solely a result of the pandemic. As a result, we are seeing landlords and building owners including both flexibility and hospitality services into their portfolios,” says Homa. “They are exploring multiple methods of driving foot traffic, generating leasing prospects, and delivering modern amenities to tenants within these new flex spaces.” Jacob Bates, Managing Director, Head of Americas Flexible Space at JLL, agrees that tenants have started to see flex as a key part of their overall business strategy. “Companies are looking for the agility that flex space provides,” he says. “Historically, businesses have been able to increase or decrease employee headcount according to market conditions, but they’ve felt stuck in long-term leases and space that no longer serves their needs. After all, you can’t lay off your real estate in times of trouble! But when a tenant starts putting a significant percentage of a real estate portfolio into flex space, they gain a new level of flexibility both from a cost and a space perspective that allows them to match their footprint to the changing needs of their talent base.” Plenty of room to grow At the moment, only three percent of the occupiers that JLL surveyed use flexible space for more than a tenth of their total office footprint. Still, JLL expects flexible workspace to continue its grow trajectory from a sliver of the overall market to a critical, mainstream element of the commercial real estate landscape. “The adoption rate will vary among industries, but we still expect flex space to represent 30% of the market by 2030,” notes Bates. “I would say that high-tech and creative companies may integrate flex space into their office portfolios more quickly, although even we’ve seen even financial services firms move a bit more aggressively to add flex space during the pandemic.” HTTP://www.jll.co.uk/en/trends-and-insights/investor/flex-office-space-market-poised-for-more-rapid-growth
hedgehog 100
18/3/2022
19:49
https://twitter.com/mathewthomas484/status/1504907701251416067?s=21
carmarthenshire
18/3/2022
17:38
Today's ESYS volume of about 3 million shares traded is its highest since 2020, and its second highest ever. Which indicates that ESYS's share price rise of 8.1% today, to 80p, has real substance. So the rerating back upwards ahead of the 21.4.22 interim results should have a way to go yet.
hedgehog 100
18/3/2022
14:16
Thanks to the poster Unhooked on LSE for this comment today: "A "cluster buy" like this from the BOD is hugely predictive of better times ahead." I couldn't agree more with that comment from Unhooked. And the combination of multiple directors buying, with the large sum invested, is particularly impressive in this case. The five ESYS directors/PDMRs concerned have spent £328,463.70 in aggregate on buying ESYS shares this week. In addition, they obviously felt that they couldn't wait just one month longer until the interim results on 21st. April! Though of course they could always come in for second helpings after that ...
hedgehog 100
18/3/2022
09:31
2 outperform broker targets, 2nd target 2/3/2022 of £3.20p. I have the float at 40%. The EMA35 is all the way up at £1.68p 4 weeks ago this was trading at £2.68p absolute panic sell due to the time the RNS landed.
albert arthur
18/3/2022
09:28
18/03/2022 07:01 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) essensys PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding LSE:ESYS Essensys Plc Director/PDMR Dealing essensys plc (AIM:ESYS), the leading global provider of mission critical software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms and on-demand cloud services to the flexible workspace industry, has been notified that on 16 March 2022 the following director and PDMRs purchased, in aggregate, 64,100 ordinary shares of 0.25 pence each ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 74 pence per Ordinary Share. Name Position Ordinary No. of Ordinary % holding Shares purchased Shares held following purchase following purchase Chief Financial Officer & Chief Alan Pepper Operating Officer 20,200 424,766 0.66% -------------------- ------------------ ---------------- ----------- Chief Customer David Kinnaird Officer 13,500 620,028 0.96% -------------------- ------------------ ---------------- ----------- Jeremy Bernard CEO, North America 30,400 30,400 0.05% -------------------- ------------------ ---------------- ----------- Details of the transaction can be found in the Notification of Dealing Forms below. ... https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/essensys-ESYS/share-news/essensys-PLC-Director-PDMR-Shareholding/87591936 18/03/2022 07:01 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) essensys PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding LSE:ESYS Essensys Plc Director/PDMR Dealing essensys plc (AIM:ESYS), the leading global provider of mission critical software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms and on-demand cloud services to the flexible workspace industry, announces that on 17 March 2022, Mark Furness, Chief Executive Officer, purchased 350,000 ordinary shares of 0.25 pence each ("Ordinary Shares") at a weighted average price of approximately 74.58 pence per Ordinary Share. Following these transactions, Mark Furness' total beneficial interest in the Group has increased to 19,679,066 Ordinary Shares, representing approximately 30.56 % of the Group's total issued share capital. Mark Furness is treated as acting in concert with other shareholders, being Barry John Clark, Ian Bryn Sadler, Michael John Guest, Michael Grant and Liam Joachim Kavanagh (the "Concert Party"). Certain of these shareholders have also purchased shares. As a result of these purchases, the aggregate number of Ordinary Shares held by the Concert Party has increased from 24,065,272 to 24,447,680, representing an increase from 37.38% to 37.97% of the issued share capital of the Group. These purchases were effected under the terms of Note 11 on Rule 9.1 of the Code and therefore had no consequences under the Takeover Code. The members of the Concert Party also hold the following options over Ordinary Shares: ... https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/essensys-ESYS/share-news/essensys-PLC-Director-PDMR-Shareholding/87591941
hedgehog 100
18/3/2022
08:38
According to ADVFN, 10m shares have been traded since the last trading update. 64m shares in issue, over 30% with Directors. Approx 40m share free float.
theprovosts
18/3/2022
08:27
Had this on the radar a while, most oversold share on the entire market, RSI 5, MACD -50, volume coming now. Should move quickly upwards. Large EMA targets above
albert arthur
17/3/2022
18:20
Recent Share Trades for Essensys (ESYS) Date Time Trade Prc Volume Buy/Sell Bid Ask Value 17-Mar-22 15:46:31 74.21 100,000 Unknown* 73.00 75.00 74.21k O 17-Mar-22 15:22:24 76.00 100,000 Unknown* 73.00 75.00 76.00k O 17-Mar-22 15:21:19 76.00 100,000 Unknown* 73.00 75.00 76.00k O 17-Mar-22 13:10:28 74.00 200,000 Unknown* 73.00 75.00 148.00k O 17-Mar-22 14:45:48 74.00 100,000 Unknown* 73.00 75.00 74.00k O Nearly 0.7M. in ESYS shares reported late today, which is over 1% of the shares in issue. It looks like more institutional buying, & another big institutional 'share exchange'. Big trading volume like this often marks the bottom of a share price trough, before a significant move back up.
hedgehog 100
17/3/2022
18:09
17/03/2022 17:56 UKREG essensys PLC Director/PDMR Shareholding Director/PDMR Dealing essensys plc (AIM:ESYS), the leading global provider of mission critical software-as-a-service (SaaS) platforms and on-demand cloud services to the flexible workspace industry, has been notified that on 15 March 2022, Jon Lee, Non-Executive Chairman, purchased 27,322 ordinary shares of 0.25 pence each ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 73.20 pence per Ordinary Share. Following this transaction, Jon Lee's total beneficial interest in the Group is 128,635 Ordinary Shares, representing 0.2 % of the Group's total issued share capital. Details of the transaction can be found in the Notification of Dealing Form below. https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/essensys-ESYS/share-news/essensys-PLC-Director-PDMR-Shareholding/87587519
hedgehog 100
17/3/2022
15:09
DOTD hit an intra-day low of just 52.5p on Monday (7th. March), so at its current 90.6p DOTD's rise since then is actually 72.6%. A similar recovery for ESYS could take it to about 128p.
hedgehog 100
17/3/2022
14:29
"What does Putin want and will Russia end its war? By Paul Kirby BBC News Published 6 hours ago ... Ukrainian presidential adviser Mykhailo Podolyak believes a ceasefire could start in the coming days because Russian forces are stuck in their current positions. Both sides have spoken positively of progress in negotiations, and Mr Podolyak says Russia's president has softened his demands. ..." https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-56720589 Progress towards a peaceful end to the Ukraine-Russia war appears to be happening, and let us hope that this does indeed happen soon, to end the appalling loss of life and destruction. From an investment perspective, this would also provide a boost to markets and economies around the world. And shares like ESYS, which seem to have been disproportionately and unfairly hit more, should receive the biggest boost.
hedgehog 100
17/3/2022
14:18
Doesn't look like it, as the ESYS share price has gone up since you posted. About ten Million ESYS shares have been traded this month, out of 64 million ESYS shares in issue. Which obviously would have been about half buys and half sells. So yes, some big selling, but big buyers who are happy to mop them up at this price. The ESYS share price looks to have levelled off, with volume now picked up again this week, which sets a strong basis for a significant move up.
hedgehog 100
17/3/2022
12:40
a lot of stock available still on the ask
stockhunters
17/3/2022
08:19
https://twitter.com/mathewthomas484/status/1504371623717179394?s=21
carmarthenshire
15/3/2022
15:51
I've just noticed that ESYS's largest customer, Industrious, raised US$200M. just three weeks ago, which bodes well for its expansion plans ... in partnership with ESYS of course. Might Industrious even been tempted to take over ESYS at ESYS's current lowly price? The success of Industrious during the pandemic is testament to its high levels of customer satisfaction, which in turn is a strong validation of ESYS's technology. Technology that can help to give its customers a competitive advantage, and succeed even in challenging times. 14/10/2021 06:00 UK Regulatory (RNS & others) essensys PLC Customer Renewal LSE:ESYS Essensys Plc "Major renewal and expansion with largest customer, Industrious Framework to support Industrious' global expansion plans essensys plc, the leading global provider of mission-critical software and technology to the flexible workspace industry, has renewed its strategic partnership with Industrious, the Group's largest and fastest growing customer. The new global framework agreement consolidates all existing business between essensys and Industrious and establishes the framework for essensys to support Industrious's global expansion plans. essensys currently serves 111 Industrious locations, comprising in excess of 3 million sq ft predominantly in the USA. The Group has recently supported Industrious's establishment in the UK. Mark Furness, CEO of essensys, said: "We are delighted to renew and expand our existing partnership with Industrious. Industrious is an example of our strategy to grow with our leading customers, by supporting their expansion plans. Industrious was one of our early partners when we established our US operation and we have worked together for over four years. This contract renewal reaffirms our joint commitment to provide great customer experiences using our technology. Our recent fundraising to expand the business globally will allow us to continue to support Industrious as they expand their operations both in North America and internationally."" https://uk.advfn.com/stock-market/london/essensys-ESYS/share-news/essensys-PLC-Customer-Renewal/86280999 "2.22.21 — 3 minute read Industrious Announces Milestone Investment From CBRE BY INDUSTRIOUS PR TEAM We’re thrilled to announce that CBRE has invested more than $200 million in Industrious. This investment represents a significant minority stake in the company and is our largest fundraise to date. It’s also the clearest indication yet that Industrious is the leading platform for sustainable and strategic growth in the workplace-as-a-service industry. Putting Industrious and CBRE’s complementary capabilities behind a shared vision will create the world’s leading flexible workplace offering. And while Industrious already has the highest customer satisfaction in the industry, this partnership will extend the scope and scale of Industrious’ offerings, making it the workplace provider of choice for the Global Fortune 1000 and beyond. Here’s what Bloomberg had to say about this milestone investment: Dallas-based CBRE paid about $200 million in cash for primary and secondary shares, and is transferring its own flexible workspace brand Hana — which operates 10 locations in the U.S. and U.K. — to Industrious as part of the transaction, the companies said .… Industrious, which entered Singapore last year, will take a “judicious” approach to global expansion and expects ample opportunities as tenants seek to deploy employees across multiple spaces instead of one location in a post-pandemic world. The company will use fresh funds to fuel growth by hiring and for capital pledges linked to new management agreements. CBRE’s investment in Industrious values the company at more than it was worth in 2019, when it raised capital from Brookfield Properties and Canada Pension Plan Investment Board, among others." HTTP://www.industriousoffice.com/blog/industrious/industrious-announces-milestone-investment-from-cbre
hedgehog 100
15/3/2022
11:29
Mrsimmons 10 Mar '22 - 14:01 - 49 of 56 0 2 0 "I agree the cash pile is all earmarked for investment in heads and product so it wont' last more than 23-30 months. The investment question here is whether this will generate enough new business to turn the Group profitable in the medium/long term and generate steady cash flows. Obviously first 6 months they are slightly behind. They must have done some market research which suggests that their offering is going to win in the marketplace. They now need to execute. From memory they are targetting 70m revenues in 4/5 years at 65% GM is £45m less Op ex of c,£20m generates a steady cash flow of £25m. No real working capital here as well which is good." MrSimmons, A belated thank you for that useful info. £70M. of revenues, and £25M. of net operating cash inflow, could give a market cap. of about £1 billion. Which indeed DOTD was valued at recently on numbers lower than that. And as at last summer, DOTD had 30-bagged in ten years. That's the level of ESYS's long-term mutibagging potential. With ESYS's downside looking very limited, then the risk-reward ratio is looking compelling. As always, some positive news from the company would help the s.p., though from the current oversold position it could rise well anyway, especially if there is more institutional buying. Dotdigital (DOTD):
hedgehog 100
15/3/2022
08:58
This won’t take off until they update the market on performance ie status of new wins with all of this investment. It’s very binary here, either they will win new business and take off or the offering isn’t compelling enough and it will just meander along. As with many investments it’s all about the sales team and whether they can win.
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