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GETB Getbusy Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Getbusy Plc LSE:GETB London Ordinary Share GB00BG0TSD71 ORD 0.15P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 56.00 0.00 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
55.00 57.00 56.00 56.00 56.00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Prepackaged Software 19.29M 28k 0.0006 933.33 27.82M
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 56.00 GBX

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Posted at 05/12/2023 08:20 by Getbusy Daily Update
Getbusy Plc is listed in the Prepackaged Software sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker GETB. The last closing price for Getbusy was 56p.
Getbusy currently has 49,678,632 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Getbusy is £27,820,034.
Getbusy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 933.33.
This morning GETB shares opened at 56p
Posted at 05/9/2023 09:01 by asagi
was at a year high yesterday in anticipation of these results. Reaction does not bode well, shareholders clearly deciding 'not enough'.

Or maybe it was just the fast money moving out?

Asagi (long GETB)
Posted at 11/8/2023 14:36 by asagi
My understanding is that the company is not aware of any reason for the flurry of buys in the last couple of sessions. So, while they are happy to engage with fair questions from shareholders... there's not much point getting in touch and asking about this one!

Asagi (long GETB)
Posted at 12/3/2023 20:36 by pugugly
Anyone know if SVB is still the main bank for GETB? If so could still be a major problem, Extract from the FT. "The creditworthiness of customers with deposits stuck at the bank will fall"

Given the past association with SVB it might be wise for an rns tomorrow clarifying the current banking relationship.
Posted at 03/3/2023 12:58 by tradertrev
Just watched the IMC presentation. First ever look at this company.
Didn't get off to a great start with the CEO highlighting the environmental benefit of the business in saving xx tonnes of Ozone rather than Carbon Dioxide (or CO2 as was written on the slide)!
Liked the CFO and liked the comments about not running the business on basis of Adjusted Profits and sticking to the core business and opportunities rather than taking the risk of trying to enter the competitive legal market.
JMO but feels like the volume growth has fallen back of late with revenues benefitting more from price increases more than usual (the monetisation initiative).
Looks further along in terms of having established a viable business than Checkit, which I see as a similar story.
Will probably watch and wait for a while, but looks interesting.
Posted at 02/3/2023 09:04 by pugugly
Hastings - Thanks for your 290. But some holders choosing to bail out.
Share price getting clobbered now down to 67p bid 68p offered. Seems to be in free fall.
Time value of potential return?
Posted at 01/3/2023 20:38 by hastings
I plan to add a full write up in a day or two on GETB after the results and my chatting with management today.

However, given a lot of discussion around the loan announcement, I thought it perhaps worth adding what I have picked up today, which may assist somewhat.
I'll stress, it is only what I have learnt, not an opinion and I have no wish to get into a debate, as I am sure there are differing opinions on this.

By all accounts their SVB facility was about to expire later this year and they felt that a £2m facility continued to be within their requirement.
Taking another loan facility was deemed preferable to raising equity in the current climate, which probably wouldn’t go down well with shareholders.
Equally though, the market for loan finance for asset-light, modestly cash-generative businesses such as theirs has tightened and quite significantly. Additionally, the covenants required by SVB for a renewed facility would likely not give them the flexibility that they may require.
By all accounts they looked at various options with many banks and alternative lenders to find what they ideally wanted.
Covenants were seen as similar as SVB whilst other lenders were viewed as having extortionate fees along with equity upside.
As a result, they also explored alternative options including the Institutional holders, which resulted in Clive Rabie suggesting an offer that was actually deemed somewhat better than what was out on the market.
Unsecured, highly flexible in terms of covenants and actually well-priced by comparison with no upfront fees.
The key point regarding the current soon to expire rate is that it would be significantly more expensive, hence the search for an alternative.

The decisions around the facility were also taken by an independent committee of the board, so did not include either of the Rabie family members as would be expected of course.
Posted at 01/3/2023 07:32 by pugugly
FinnCap target price 160p but profits and any dividends kicked down the road. wait and see job (imo)
Posted at 06/1/2023 17:20 by asagi
I understand that because we got a Trading Update in December, GetBusy is not planning to release one in January as it has done for the last two years.

Fair enough.

Asagi (long GETB)
Posted at 06/1/2023 15:31 by asagi
smells like a tip somewhere, doesn't it? Anyhow, the sharp rise didn't bring out any sellers, until it did and we came back a couple of pence.

Let's see how the market responds to future news.

Asagi (long GETB)
Posted at 29/9/2022 14:22 by tomps2
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