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Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Personal Goods 23.85 -12.49 -4.92 19
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02/3/2021
08:20
Eve Sleep Daily Update: Eve Sleep Plc is listed in the Personal Goods sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker EVE. The last closing price for Eve Sleep was 6.72p.
Eve Sleep Plc has a 4 week average price of 4.11p and a 12 week average price of 3.65p.
The 1 year high share price is 9.25p while the 1 year low share price is currently 0.83p.
There are currently 272,569,414 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 6,445,905 shares. The market capitalisation of Eve Sleep Plc is £18,534,720.15.
25/2/2021
19:09
football500: LemonLynn 'AKA Chickendinner1' is back I see. He is looking to try and bring the price of the stock down presumably as he has a short position. All he can come up with is 'this is broken business model - pump and dump etc etc' Please ignore him. Just focus on the facts - this is a business with almost £9m of cash in the bank. no debt. strong growth. just about to move into profitability for the first time (we'll hear more about this when we get a trading update as part of the FY 2020 results on Mar 18th). a great management team led by Cheryl C and Paul P. The market cap is just £15m (therefore enterprise value of just £6m when you extract the cash). There is clearly some risk here given the mattress space is very competitive and Eve will need to diversify which is what they're currently doing (beds, pillows, bedroom furniture, an Xmas gifting range in Boots, a CBD launch in Boots / direct to customer on the website in Q2 etc). The business is right on track in my view. I see the share price moving up to test recent highs (9.5p) post the announcement on March 18th and then steadily growing from there as we deliver FY profits for the first time this year. Assuming even modest profits of £3-4m, with no debt and £12-13m in the bank this would be valued at more like £40-50m with an share price of 15-20p. Please do your own research!!
17/2/2021
11:21
thirty fifty twenty: hi Yump i think you ask a good basic question. it is important to evaluation what is their break-even point etc... my conclusion is that there are 2 major factors: 1 - the company has been quite inefficient before and probably still is (read the last couple of RNS and you'll see that the CEO is talking very confidently re the 'efficiencies achieved on her watch. good news but also shows how poorly it was run before!) 2 - they spend i think c.6m on marketing thus they could show a profit if they wanted to but are 'investing in the brand'. this is logical and any brand investment takes years to get traction, and this is the key point for investors to conclude on IMHO. if one thinks that the brand will develop then it is easy to see c.40m sales in 3 years which would prob give c.3m of CSH profits even with 6m spent on marketing. in this scenario it is easy to see a multi-bag price even from 6p as once they reach a critical mass the profits start to grow agressively. All IMHO, DYOR + BoL EVE is in my portfolio
07/2/2021
16:55
geemantw: According to Similarweb, Eve had even more traffic in January than in (Black Friday) November. France had a rise too: hxxps://www.similarweb.com/website/evesleep.co.uk/?competitors=evematelas.fr
21/1/2021
08:30
katsy: EVE Live PriceLast checked at 08:30:12 Eve Sleep plc: Trading Statement Thu, 21st Jan 2021 07:00 Eve Sleep plc (EVE) Eve Sleep plc: Trading Statement 21-Jan-2021 / 07:00 GMT/BST Dissemination of a Regulatory Announcement that contains inside information according to REGULATION (EU) No 596/2014 (MAR), transmitted by EQS Group. The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. This announcement contains inside information Trading update 18% sales growth in H2, exceeded twice raised expectations for 2020 eve Sleep ("eve", the "Company), the direct to consumer sleep wellness brand operating in the UK, Ireland (together "UK&I") and France announces a trading update for the full year ended 31 December 2020. All figures remain subject to audit. Strategic and operational highlights Winner of the best two mattresses in the UK according to Which? and 3 of the top 5 Extended the sleep wellness ranges with new bedframes, sleep gifts and bedding Entry into sleep gifts market with launch of 'well slept' range online and in partnership with Boots UK seeing strong success Launched retail partnership in France with Olivier Desforges Re-platformed the UK&I websites to Shopify, with the French website also completed post year end, to secure a more stable, scalable and lower maintenance website Upgraded supply chains to localise manufacturing for both markets ahead of Brexit Restructure of warehousing and distribution to allow shipments to customers to be consolidated into one delivery, deriving lower costs and better customer experience Invested in new Channel 4 TV campaign 'Switch off with eve sleep' running every Sunday night from early November Financial highlights Revenue increased 6% to £25.2m (2019: £23.8m), driven by 18% growth in H2 Record trading over black Friday period and the first week of the Boxing day sales EBITDA losses cut by 81% to £2.0m (2019: EBITDA loss of £10.7m) Closing net cash at 31 December 2020 of £8.3m (2019: £8m), bolstered by £0.3m of tax payments deferred until after the year end Strong 2020 performance eve has exited 2020 in far better shape than it entered the year and now has a more resilient and efficient technology, logistics and operational platform ready for future growth. Losses have been reduced throughout the year, ahead of initial expectations, through a focus on profitable sales channels and product mix improvements, including taking the decision to exit Amazon UK from September. The Company has also maintained its tight control of overheads and a continued focus on improving marketing efficiency and effectiveness, on a marketing budget, which was 51% lower year-on-year. The focus and driver of the results this year has been the UK business, with the French business being at an earlier stage in its development. The business has undoubtedly benefitted from the accelerated shift to e-commerce and the current strength of the homewares category as a result of the pandemic. A focus on strengthening and widening the product set, with new sleep wellness products including a weighted blanket and the introduction of a sleep gifts range has also given broader brand presence. In addition the business has improved its mattress range resulting in Which? now recognizing eve's original hybrid and premium hybrid as the two best mattresses in the UK - supporting further growth. Together, these factors have driven an 18% year-on-year increase in revenues in the second half of the year, benefitting from the additional UK 'switch off with eve Sleep' TV campaign from November. The strength of trading was evident across the product set, with particular growth in premium products, particularly the Premium Hybrid mattress and the Spindle bedframe. These are two of the highest priced products in the mattress and bed frame ranges, showing the increasing strength of the eve brand. As stated in eve's interim results of 15 September 2020, the industry has experienced some upward pressure on raw material and component pricing, as well as supply constraints due to global chemical shortages. With these inflationary pressures continuing through the fourth quarter eve took the decision in November to put through modest price increases in order to sustain margins. Thanks to the increasing strength of the eve brand, with reducing price elasticity in the more premium products, these price increases have not adversely impacted the rate of sale. Whilst the inflationary impact has been negated for now, supply shortages remained an issue for the industry through the fourth quarter. 2021 trading and outlook Trading in the first few weeks of the year has started well and is following the same positive trends seen in recent months. The availability of raw materials and component supply remains an industry issue and a potential limiting factor on near term growth. At this time the Company has not experienced any material cost/duty increases as a direct result of Brexit, though there has been some slowing of the pace of deliveries to Ireland and Northern Ireland resulting from courier related issues. eve will continue to closely monitor the situation but does not expect any material full year impact at this time. 2021 will be the year eve transitions from the rebuild strategy, which commenced in the second half of 2018, to focus on growth opportunities in the UK and beyond in order to build a stronger, broader and larger, profitable business. Expansion will be managed in a controlled and disciplined manner, with the initial focus for investment on the Company's existing French market. Having already completed the restructuring of the French business and its cost structures, the Company is now ready to invest in both its B2C and retail sales channels, adopting many of the same strategies that have been deployed successfully to scale the UK business, including its first new TV campaign in three years. The investment required to scale the French business will come from the Company's existing cash resources. The Company plans to publish its full year audited results on 18 March 2021. Cheryl Calverley, CEO of eve Sleep commented: "Our business reset is largely complete and our growth has accelerated more quickly than we initially anticipated as a result of the shift to online and the current strength of the homewares market. We have exceeded our financial expectations for 2020, which were raised twice during the year, extended our product ranges, opened new sales channels, increased brand awareness, presence and recognition, with the winning of the Which? awards, and improved the strength and resilience of our technology, logistics and operations platforms. This is entirely down to the tireless dedication, creativity and commitment of our team, who moved seamlessly to home working from March, without the need to furlough staff or make redundancies. I take my hat off to each and every one of them. In 2021 we will invest in growth initiatives across our business, particularly in France, where we see good opportunities to scale, whilst continuing to build on the current UK momentum. We are confident in the near-term outlook and although there is a high level of uncertainty as to the macro-economic backdrop and spending habits of consumers in the second half of the year, we have entered the new financial period with a much improved proposition, a stronger Balance Sheet and a more resilient business."
21/1/2021
08:29
niggle: Reported full year EBITDA loss of £2m - you can read it on LSE Trading update 18% sales growth in H2, exceeded twice raised expectations for 2020 eve Sleep ("eve", the "Company), the direct to consumer sleep wellness brand operating in the UK, Ireland (together "UK&I") and France announces a trading update for the full year ended 31 December 2020. All figures remain subject to audit. Strategic and operational highlights Winner of the best two mattresses in the UK according to Which? and 3 of the top 5 Extended the sleep wellness ranges with new bedframes, sleep gifts and bedding Entry into sleep gifts market with launch of 'well slept' range online and in partnership with Boots UK seeing strong success Launched retail partnership in France with Olivier Desforges Re-platformed the UK&I websites to Shopify, with the French website also completed post year end, to secure a more stable, scalable and lower maintenance website Upgraded supply chains to localise manufacturing for both markets ahead of Brexit Restructure of warehousing and distribution to allow shipments to customers to be consolidated into one delivery, deriving lower costs and better customer experience Invested in new Channel 4 TV campaign 'Switch off with eve sleep' running every Sunday night from early November Financial highlights Revenue increased 6% to £25.2m (2019: £23.8m), driven by 18% growth in H2 Record trading over black Friday period and the first week of the Boxing day sales EBITDA losses cut by 81% to £2.0m (2019: EBITDA loss of £10.7m) Closing net cash at 31 December 2020 of £8.3m (2019: £8m), bolstered by £0.3m of tax payments deferred until after the year end Strong 2020 performance eve has exited 2020 in far better shape than it entered the year and now has a more resilient and efficient technology, logistics and operational platform ready for future growth. Losses have been reduced throughout the year, ahead of initial expectations, through a focus on profitable sales channels and product mix improvements, including taking the decision to exit Amazon UK from September. The Company has also maintained its tight control of overheads and a continued focus on improving marketing efficiency and effectiveness, on a marketing budget, which was 51% lower year-on-year. The focus and driver of the results this year has been the UK business, with the French business being at an earlier stage in its development. The business has undoubtedly benefitted from the accelerated shift to e-commerce and the current strength of the homewares category as a result of the pandemic. A focus on strengthening and widening the product set, with new sleep wellness products including a weighted blanket and the introduction of a sleep gifts range has also given broader brand presence. In addition the business has improved its mattress range resulting in Which? now recognizing eve's original hybrid and premium hybrid as the two best mattresses in the UK - supporting further growth. Together, these factors have driven an 18% year-on-year increase in revenues in the second half of the year, benefitting from the additional UK 'switch off with eve Sleep' TV campaign from November. The strength of trading was evident across the product set, with particular growth in premium products, particularly the Premium Hybrid mattress and the Spindle bedframe. These are two of the highest priced products in the mattress and bed frame ranges, showing the increasing strength of the eve brand. As stated in eve's interim results of 15 September 2020, the industry has experienced some upward pressure on raw material and component pricing, as well as supply constraints due to global chemical shortages. With these inflationary pressures continuing through the fourth quarter eve took the decision in November to put through modest price increases in order to sustain margins. Thanks to the increasing strength of the eve brand, with reducing price elasticity in the more premium products, these price increases have not adversely impacted the rate of sale. Whilst the inflationary impact has been negated for now, supply shortages remained an issue for the industry through the fourth quarter. 2021 trading and outlook Trading in the first few weeks of the year has started well and is following the same positive trends seen in recent months. The availability of raw materials and component supply remains an industry issue and a potential limiting factor on near term growth. At this time the Company has not experienced any material cost/duty increases as a direct result of Brexit, though there has been some slowing of the pace of deliveries to Ireland and Northern Ireland resulting from courier related issues. eve will continue to closely monitor the situation but does not expect any material full year impact at this time. 2021 will be the year eve transitions from the rebuild strategy, which commenced in the second half of 2018, to focus on growth opportunities in the UK and beyond in order to build a stronger, broader and larger, profitable business. Expansion will be managed in a controlled and disciplined manner, with the initial focus for investment on the Company's existing French market. Having already completed the restructuring of the French business and its cost structures, the Company is now ready to invest in both its B2C and retail sales channels, adopting many of the same strategies that have been deployed successfully to scale the UK business, including its first new TV campaign in three years. The investment required to scale the French business will come from the Company's existing cash resources. The Company plans to publish its full year audited results on 18 March 2021. Cheryl Calverley, CEO of eve Sleep commented: "Our business reset is largely complete and our growth has accelerated more quickly than we initially anticipated as a result of the shift to online and the current strength of the homewares market. We have exceeded our financial expectations for 2020, which were raised twice during the year, extended our product ranges, opened new sales channels, increased brand awareness, presence and recognition, with the winning of the Which? awards, and improved the strength and resilience of our technology, logistics and operations platforms. This is entirely down to the tireless dedication, creativity and commitment of our team, who moved seamlessly to home working from March, without the need to furlough staff or make redundancies. I take my hat off to each and every one of them. In 2021 we will invest in growth initiatives across our business, particularly in France, where we see good opportunities to scale, whilst continuing to build on the current UK momentum. We are confident in the near-term outlook and although there is a high level of uncertainty as to the macro-economic backdrop and spending habits of consumers in the second half of the year, we have entered the new financial period with a much improved proposition, a stronger Balance Sheet and a more resilient business." For enquiries, please contact: eve Sleep plc Cheryl Calverley, Chief Executive Officer Tim Parfitt, Chief Financial Officer via M7 Communications LTD finnCap Ltd - Nominated Adviser and Broker Matt Goode / Ed Whiley - Corporate Finance Alice Lane - Equity Capital Markets Tel: +44 (0)20 7220 0500 M7 Communications LTD - PR/IR Mark Reed Tel: +44(0)7903 089 543
03/9/2020
10:07
someuwin: Eve Sleep plc: Trading statement 03/09/2020 11:02am UK Regulatory (RNS & others) Eve Sleep plc (EVE) Eve Sleep plc: Trading statement 03-Sep-2020 / 11:02 GMT/BST Dissemination of a Regulatory Announcement that contains inside information according to REGULATION (EU) No 596/2014 (MAR), transmitted by EQS Group. The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement. Trading update Trading continues to be strong, uplift to full year expectations eve Sleep ("eve", the "Company), the direct to consumer sleep wellness brand operating in the UK, Ireland and France announces a trading update for the eight months ended 31 August 2020. As previously set-out in the trading update of 22 July 2020 trading was strong in May and June and this momentum continued into early July. Since then trading patterns have remained above the Board's expectations through the rest of July and August. It is now clear that notwithstanding some important trading periods in the coming four months, the Company is on-course to exceed the Board's original expectations. The Board now expects revenues of at least GBP22m, with a commensurate reduction in EBITDA losses for the year ended 31 December 2020, and an improvement in the anticipated year end net cash position. The Company will provide additional detail with the release of its interim results for the six months ended 30 June 2020, which are due to be published on 15 September 2020. Cheryl Calverley, CEO of eve Sleep commented: "This guidance upgrade is evidence of our momentum and the success of our rebuild strategy, against a backdrop of a consumer landscape shifting to online and market trends in favour of homewares and sleep wellness. Whilst economic uncertainty is likely to remain for some time, we are starting to look beyond our rebuild strategy to the next stage of growth."
17/8/2020
10:36
someuwin: Along with certain other stocks, the share price of EVE was decimated by the fallout from the Woodford fiasco (who held 45% of the stock) As was made clear in the 29th May 2020 RNS that whole overhang has now been cleared. So the share price is free to move up to a much more realistic level (which is much higher than current levels imo) "Legacy Woodford shareholding cleared The Woodford holding stood at 45% of outstanding share capital following the equity fund raise in February 2019. This holding was subsequently transferred to three asset managers, Jupiter, Link and Standard Life Aberdeen. As at 28 May 2020 all three asset managers have exited their holding, removing what was a substantial stock overhang."
14/8/2020
12:22
someuwin: "On the latest episode of the Dog 'n' Bone, we speak to Cheryl Calverley, CEO of Eve Sleep, and Luke Smith, CEO and co-founder of digital marketing agency Croud. The pair discuss Cheryl's move from CMO to CEO, the nature of D2C marketing..." https://soundcloud.com/dognbonepodcast/calverley-n-smith-v2 Very interesting interview as Cheryl came from senior marketing roles at Unilever, Birds Eye and The AA and Croud is one of the digital agencies EVE uses. As EVE is effectively an ecommerce company (although they do sell through some Next home stores) Its ALL about marketing and digital strategies. This case study from Croud show how they helped EVE increase sales through Amazon resulting in a 462% increase in revenue. https://croud.com/our-case-studies/eve-sleep/ As we know, online / digital is the future and Covid has brought that future much closer. I think the team at EVE could make this a significant player (and maybe not just in bedroom furniture). And you can buy into this future at the moment for little more than cash level!
13/4/2020
18:18
fatgreek: Today's best Eve Mattress deals...eve UK Single Mattresseve UK Single Mattresseve sleep UK£279VIEWSee all priceseve Sleep Light UK Double,...eve UK Double mattressAmazon£319VIEWSee all priceseve Sleep Hybrid Foam and...eve UK King mattressAmazon£319.99VIEWSee all pricesLOW STOCKeve Sleep Original Memory...eve Super King mattressAmazon£573.99VIEWSee all pricesWe check over 130 million products every day for the best pricesVIEW ALL DEALSWith lovely and thick memory foam, and moisture-wicking fabric, even the most restless of sleepers will enjoy a good nights sleep on this mattress. COVID-19 update: At time of writing, production and standard delivery of eve mattresses had not been affected although they are not able to offer nominated day delivery at this time.-----https://www.realhomes.com/buying-guides/best-memory-foam-mattressVery resilient and reassuring during this time....the wheels keep turning,
24/1/2020
23:22
fatgreek: Eve Sleep breaks even for the first time as turnaround bears fruitBy Elias Jahshan - January 21, 2020Eve Sleep breaks for the first time as turnaround bears fruitEve Sleep said attempts to focus on long-term profitability were paying off.// Eve Sleep breaks even for the first time during Q4 of its financial year// It said it remained on track to slash losses// After a period of decline, Eve Sleep shares jumped 20.5% at the newsEve Sleep's turnaround is starting to bear fruit after the online mattress retailer revealed it broke even for the first time during its fourth quarter and remained on track to cut losses.Investors in Eve Sleep have also given the retailer a vote of confidence, sending shares soaring as it said it could continue to break even in 2020.Shares had jumped 20.5 per cent, or 0.4p, to 2.35p by around 11am this morning, even as the business revealed that revenue had dropped by almost 19 per cent to £23.8 million.It will come as welcome relief for investors who have seen the price of their shares plummet from 128.9p two years ago.Eve Sleep embarked on a turnaround plan in September 2018 with the arrival of new chief executive James Sturrock, after seeing is share price nearly wiped out.The online retailer had fallen into the trap of investing in growth and throwing money at areas that were not paying their way.However, management said today that attempts to focus on long-term profitability were paying off."We are delivering on our priorities of reducing losses and stemming cash burn as we prioritise profitability over sales growth at any cost," Sturrock said.Eve Sleep said its marketing had become more efficient, while it was bringing higher quality traffic to its website.The changes helped management break even at an operating level in the last four months of 2019, for the first time in the retailer's history.It reduced negative EBITDA to a loss of £10.8 million – a 43 per cent year-on-year drop – and it burnt through cash half as fast in 2019 as in 2018."We continue to create award-winning products ... while removing unprofitable sales and marketing," Sturrock said."We are well placed to make further significant progress in 2020, with a differentiated brand position, a broader product range than peers and ongoing improvements to the customer experience, supported by a lower cost base, a substantial cash balance and no debt."with PA WiresClick here to sign up to Retail Gazette's free daily email newsletter
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