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Innovaderma Plc LSE:IDP London Ordinary Share GB00BT9PTW34 ORD EUR0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 39.50 38.00 41.00 39.50 39.00 39.50 11,752 08:00:05
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Health Care Equipment & Services 10.1 1.1 5.5 7.9 11

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
07/8/2020
12:13
The coup has already happened and from my perspective past posting history raised my suspicions about the poster's motives and identity. I would obviously be more comfortable if I'm wrong but my gut tells me otherwise. I have no problem with apologising if I'm off the mark.
stimulationengineer
07/8/2020
11:28
This speculation sounds BEYOND DAFT to me. Don't you think anyone at Joe's level has more than enough to do without plotting a boardroom coup via this BB. I mean REALLY. If he wanted to get rid of a Director, the LEAST effective option imaginable would be the one you're suggesting.
lord loads of lolly
07/8/2020
11:24
No offense taken here stimulation. Similar to Chop, don't know anyone or met anyone from ID. I do know people that have met the board but I am just passing another view and my posting history is purely that. Like you all I watch all the interviews and hear what people say. I do my research and have a perspective. There are too may inaccurate facts and theories here at the same time some very good insights. Sometimes I think there are people here way too informed. Also like Chop, I am done for now. I do hope the company does turnaround for the sake of us long term investors.
spoonfed1
07/8/2020
10:45
No offense taken by me but I'm also convinced that Spoonfed1 is Joe. His posting history shows him bigging himself up and at the same time subtly backstabbing Kieran with the suggestion that the EC was propping him up. Add the constant attitude about the CEO being responsible for any negative outcomes and you see the instictive behaviour of a low achiever trying to survive in a corporate world by sacrificing others. It's snakey but commonplace sadly. Survival of the slyest as opposed to judging by their achievements and I don't believe that such people would be above posting their Cause on public boards just because it's unprofessional. Easily wound up and uncloaked as any JB-negative posts have revealed. IMO..."the personalities of the very people that have the power to affect my investment" is seriously important. No offense intended Spoonfed1.
stimulationengineer
07/8/2020
09:13
Not sure why, just because someone happens to look differently at things than what others call "convention" and calls out what can only be called uninformed theory, that is considered "suspicious". I have also been a long-term investor in this company and am entitled to express an opinion. I have never met any person associated with the company, do not work for them, have not spoken to any of them, but those who have the sense to read back through older posts will see what Tallprawn has noted; I don't feel the need to attack the personalities of the very people that have the power to affect my investment, just try to draw attention to conjecture and what seems to often be on this boardgroup, ill informed comments and egregious attacks on the person running the company, by some. Sorry if that offends people. I support this company and like others just want to see the price do well no matter where the board resides, though who is on and what they bring to the business is a different matter. That's me done for now.
chop50
07/8/2020
08:25
Tallprawn, wrong assumption. I have just followed this stock for a long time. Maybe Chop50 but then he has been around a while too. You are right about what is needed though.
spoonfed1
07/8/2020
08:12
US on-line run from Aust was mentioned in a past interview and on here, someone had mentioned it, sorry but it is common knowledge. I believe their on-line team is mainly in Australia along with the ST founder. Listen boon, I am not blaming anyone but US distributor was due a long time ago. I guess you will say JB should deliver that, he is not the CEO. On Boots, you cant't be that naive to think that KC delivered Boots in 2 days after his start date. To do something like that would have taken many months if not a year in the planning. You seem too focussed on people and not what are decisions taken for shareholders. You just don't know what has happened or reasons. This business has to make a good recurring profit, and you have to think the BOD are putting that first.
spoonfed1
07/8/2020
08:08
Spoonfed1 and Chop50 - Posts look highly suspicious to me.Joe - If this is you, I'd suggest you drop the activity here and focus on the key requirements of the business right now. We need a UK based CEO asap and we need ST pricing sorting to recover profit quickly if digital costs cannot be reduced. . It's safe to say a high number of long term holders don't agree with Kieran's departure however that decision is now made.Most investors don't agree with the Australia centric board and also the costs incurred with regular commuting to Melbourne. We also have way too many brands with minimal success (excluding ST) so consolidation and focus on a narrower list of target products/brands makes sense also. Suggest we have a good rethink about the companies key objectives, build a more streamlined strategy for growth, cut all unnecessary costs (Like most businesses are doing right now).Let's make this happen and make sure FY20/21 is all about material profit growth. (Without the customer lists being involved)
tallprawn
07/8/2020
07:40
Where did you find out that the USA is being run from Australia? And if it is why are you blaming Kieran for the lack of a US distributor? That seems contradictory?With regards to SkinnyTan being in boots before Kieran was CEO that's not according to the rns releases, unless you know different.Kieran announced as CEO on the 8th of August to start 17th of September.SkinnyTan in Boots announced on the 19th of September.
boonboon
07/8/2020
07:25
Good observation Chop50, boon and co have been great supporters of IDP. They loved HC and KC but how on earth do they know what the EC does? And does it matter ? I am a seasoned investor and I don't ask for the Chairman's or CEO position description or their timesheets. To my knowledge JB has been a full time Exec Director all the while and recently EC so he would more than enough on his plate (well my experience in public companies tell me that). Maybe someone should ask him ?. Also it took me a few hours to ascertain that the CEO search is a UK one. Simple, don't knock the board with innuendo, just get the facts. Another fact, ST was in Boots before KC became CEO, and we await the true value of Nuthing and Roots. What about the US, that has been a great success which is managed from Australa. I am still waiting for KC to deliver the US distributor promised over a year ago ? Also the assumptions on KC salary are wrong. There is no idea what KC has earnt in the past 12 months (will be in this years annual report) and the previous year only included a part year of his CEO salary. I suspect he would be entitled to bonuses as well. HC controlled who got paid what up until Nov, and I don't think he and the board would have overpaid anyone. Now get back to supporting the company like you have done admirably and stop have wild guesses as to what is going on. I invested in this company as a growth business, the board has made an announcement about future direction and I will back them in, personalities aside.
spoonfed1
07/8/2020
06:59
I also don't think the decks are clear. Joe and Rodney have a much longer association with IDP and Haris they're also based in Australia whilst less than 5% of the business is there it doesn't make sense.Since Kieran came in we've got skinny tan launched successfully in Boots. Then doubled the shelf space in Boots the following year and launched in tesco.We've launched Nuthing and we have Roots ready for relaunch. He's certainly been busy. Yes share performance hasn't been great, but he's been hampered by COVID-19 and I expect his hands have also been tied somewhat by the rest of the board.
boonboon
07/8/2020
06:42
Joe is an executive chairman that means he should be working in the business full time. Especially if his salary is around double of Kierans, which suggests to me the buck should stop with him.Maybr we need to find out what he does in his time in the company. Kieran and the UK team have managed to do good retail deals in the UK. What's been happening in Australia where presumably Joe should be taking charge?
boonboon
07/8/2020
00:15
How can you espouse such ill informed theories unless you work in the business. Do you actually know what CEO did on a day to day basis? Is HC still around in Aust . dipping in? How do you thoerise that CFO/EC has spare time as as you suggest? Do you know him personally, spoken to him? Do you have an inside line to anyone? Do you work in the business? No thought not. All I saw was CEO saying nothing, like a good politician, on those paid adverts by Proactive that HC loved so much. A new CEO will bring undoubted change and reverse the 2 year stagnation that KC presided over IMHO, better for all. Maybe the 11% MW will assist the renewal, who knows without real evidence ( I will add to clarify my comments). Just hope the price accelerates in the not too distant future and which direction the board takes now the decks are clear again.
chop50
06/8/2020
22:14
Kieran was doing a great job over here but the Australian market, although a lot smaller, isn't going great guns. Surely Joe with so much time on his hands could address that problem as he's in that backyard. Be nice to have a team actually working together and I'm sure he'd find it satisfying to be adding to the revenues. All he has to do is copy what Kieran's done here. It would be like an apprenticeship and an arrow to his bow.
stimulationengineer
06/8/2020
17:28
2016 Joe Bayer £106,0002017 Joe Bayer £103,500 Kieran Callan £8,0002018 Joe Bayer £120,000 Kieran Callan £18,5002019 Joe Bayer £115,000 Kieran Callan £61,000It's obvious who has been taking the most money and from recent events who has really been in control. Why is somebody based in Australia in control of a company that has the vast majority of it's sales in the UK?Do they even have anybody senior left in the UK?The board needs to clarify their intentions and strategy really soon.
boonboon
06/8/2020
14:12
WOW. 2 exec directors and only one is an accountant....yet has no input into pricing strategy!! An accountant but with no accountability, how handy for him...he can just blame the other one for any financial problems. What does the EC do then if the CEO [leaving] does all the graft. He's obviously very good at covering his rrrr's if nothing else.
stimulationengineer
06/8/2020
07:56
Yes, all opinions. and it is for the future to determine who is more correct. I reckon JB has done more than claim a high salary, cant see HC paying any more than he had to, in fact the annual reports show he was paid a paltry amount for the first 3 years. Admire your blinded loyalty though boonboon. I do recall in an earlier interview that KC was returning home anyway. Could be wrong, easy decision for HC though.
spoonfed1
06/8/2020
07:37
You will never know Boonboon what went on but the other directors don't appear to be push overs !. Pricing is not something that JB would have been involved in, that would have been the CEO's domain as is running a business profitably, no matter what the salary differential is. Also KC reported to HC till Nov last year. Anyway we do agree, it needs to be more profitable. Also check JB linkedin profile, hasn't been a finance guy for decades although well qualified, run businesses as far as I can see. They are smart enough to have a UK based CEO and what is important is their profit post covid.
spoonfed1
06/8/2020
07:29
You're right I got the date of Kierans initial appointment wrong as a non-executive it was early 2017. Doesnt change the fact that Joe got involved in 2014. What has he shown since then, other than claiming a high salary and taking the majority of the share options?Kieran was at the very least willing to relocate to the UK as that's where 90% of the business is. Joe only comes here at results time I believe and probably business class as well.Joe has an accounting background and one of the main controversies is how the customer lists are accounted for on the balance sheet.Everyone is entitled to their own opinions, obviously, but I would have been a lot happier if Joe had left and kieran stayed.I'm just hoping the new CEO is UK based and is allowed to make tough decisions, but I expect all the main decisions will be made by Joe and the Aussie guys on the board.
boonboon
06/8/2020
07:08
Very funny deanowls ! Plus some guys need to get facts right KC was a director from early 2017 when he also ran HC's food business and CEO for the last 2 years. So he has had plenty of time to make tough decisions. Plus his skin in the game is significantly less that JB. That is a little disppointing. In fact I think JB has stronger commercial credentials in the businesses he has run along with good finance background. Last time I knew, a CEO is responsible for results. Maybe there is a connection to this years results and the decision. We will never know ! Just as you will not know what the EC does behind the scenes. The deadwood call is maybe what the board did. Always hard but what is easy in business at the moment. Waiting to see how badly peers will perform when they report.
spoonfed1
06/8/2020
07:01
No, but I do know that having 3/4's of the board in Australia when less than 5% of the sales are there makes little sense. Why have a fco in Australia? If you're looking for a new one make it a UK based one. I really hope the new CEO is UK based. We've struggled to make decent profits and our pricing seems to be all over the place. Joe has a financial background.It's been clear that Joe has in reality been running the company, just look at his salary as opposed to Kierans and the allocation of the options. I expect there was a conflict between Kieran and Joe and Joe got at least one of the non-execs on his side. As the chairman he would have the casting vote.
boonboon
06/8/2020
05:03
Lol do you guys work there and see what each of them bring to the company on a daily basis?
deanowls
05/8/2020
23:49
Very disappointed that Kieran has gone. I'd been happier if Joe had left instead as, apart from buying a few extra shares, he doesn't seem to have added anything to the company's continued success [with success in comparison to peers during Covid19]. Deadwood should've been cut out first.
stimulationengineer
05/8/2020
17:49
It wouldn't surprise me at all if Mark Ward (holding almost 11%) was soon on the Board. Maybe not as CEO, as his background is in IT systems. But his knowledge of digital & data management would be highly relevant. As I've said previously, my main concern is that he might be looking to take the company private longer term. That's rarely done at a decent price for PIs.
lord loads of lolly
05/8/2020
17:30
Joe basically set up the company with Haris. He joined in 2014. Kieran came in as a director in 2018 so was only with Haris for around a year.My gut feeling is that Kieran being UK based and with a commercial background would be better than Joe who has a financial background yet we can't seem to get a handle on our margins and profitability.I sense there was some sort of boardroom conflict and Kieran was forced out. It's essential we get a UK based CEO who is not going to pander to Joe and the rest of the board. Someone with a strong background that is allowed to make tough decisions.
boonboon
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