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Iwg Plc LSE:IWG London Ordinary Share JE00BYVQYS01 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -9.20 -2.61% 343.80 1,861,286 16:35:00
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344.00 344.40 355.00 336.40 355.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Support Services 2,653.00 55.90 8.80 39.1 3,461
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16/1/2021
08:20
Iwg Daily Update: Iwg Plc is listed in the Support Services sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker IWG. The last closing price for Iwg was 353p.
Iwg Plc has a 4 week average price of 314.20p and a 12 week average price of 246.60p.
The 1 year high share price is 470.40p while the 1 year low share price is currently 101.15p.
There are currently 1,006,571,371 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 3,895,821 shares. The market capitalisation of Iwg Plc is £3,460,592,373.50.
07/7/2020
11:34
poikka: Difficult to know whether Covid's going to be a plus or a minus for IWG. I guess that there'll be some extra demand from those who want to downsize their offices to suit new wfh ways of working, but still want to be able to meet-up. But then there's going to be less flying around the world and using IWG's facilities. I don't think buying these is worth the risk atm, until we get a clearer update. Flogged mine at a nice profit, and I'm going to leave it at that for the mo, although I, almost, understand the attraction for those wanting to invest in modern day disrupters.
05/6/2020
07:50
azalea: FWIW IWG first caught my eye when I came across an article by Yoosof Farah -Shares magazine dated 26/3/2020. In it he wrote about the CEO Mark Dixon buying 4m+ shares over a series of transactions in "the past week" for a total of £5.5m, paying a weighted average of 115p; having "fallen over 60% year-to-date, after hovering around the 440p mark at the start of the year. Unfortunately when I checked on the prevailing price, it had jumped to well over 275p. With the subject of office space vis a vis WFH coming to the fore, I have watched the share price for a month now, wondering if there is more to go. In that respect, I suspect I am not alone.
04/6/2020
17:46
fred177: You may well be right Azalea, there will be a huge transition to flexible working, but most people i talk to want to get back into offices for many reasons, the younger ones want to learn from peers, they are missing out on true career development they are bored and under performing in a WFH bedroom others don't want the distractions of children spouses pets etc . Companies want to retain a culture and identity together with the opportunity to collaborate face to face, zoom doesn't do all of this,cost savings are great, but great talent on which major companies are built want proper interaction/stimulation and contact and the big companies want to retain this talent This pandemic has forced people to WFH its not been by choice, for many its a dystopian environment, when choice returns expect people to return, there will be more part time WFH but still visiting the office regularly or others who WFSO on a regular basis the best way for corporates to do this is to outsource to a network provider such as IWG who can provide hub and spoke, that reduces real estate expense and reduces massive balance sheet liabilities under IFRS 16, surely its a no brainer?
04/6/2020
12:26
azalea: Has the tide turned against IWG, as more office staff working from home, which is cheaper for businesses who do not have to rent office space.
28/5/2020
21:02
grafter: IWG plc shares (LON:IWG) soared on Thursday following the successful raising of £320m to fund expansions and increase efficiency. Although the offer was largely met by institutions, IWG followed in the footsteps of Compass Group and made the offer open to retail investors through PrimaryBid. COVID-19 now throws up new challenge and opportunities for the company who are operating in a market that has seen capacity grow sharply in recent years but now has to contend with working from home. If the working from home trend takes hold after the COVID-19 social distance restrictions lift, IWG now has a war chest to target new opportunities in flexible working. UKI -
28/5/2020
10:55
healthtech: From the RNS on the retail offer: “It is a term of the Retail Offer that the total value of Retail Shares available for subscription at the Placing Price does not exceed €8 million equivalent.”
28/5/2020
07:54
longshanks: So far, so good. Took a position with PrimaryBid yesterday and was rather wary given no price was provided. With the 8% discount, the price is not cheap but presumably shows how strong the underlying business is seen to be.
27/5/2020
21:59
leadersoffice: t's highest share price was around £4.40 ish maybe £4.60. With everything that's going on, I can't see the share price revisiting that level anytime soon. It's simply the company trying to strengthen their balance sheet. There are plenty of good recovery stocks out there where you'll likely do much better.
17/7/2019
06:33
3dwd: ADDISON, Texas, July 15, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Regus, the leading global flexible workspace provider and an International Workplace Group (IWG) company, announced today the launch of its new U.S. franchise program. The company is currently seeking driven, committed franchise partners to capitalize on the significant demand for flexible, contemporary coworking spaces across the United States, specifically targeting California, Florida, Texas, Illinois and the Northeast including, Pennsylvania, New York, Virginia and Washington D.C. for aggressive development. Regus created the flexible workspace concept and has been the industry's global leader since its inception 30 years ago. The brand's keen understanding of the market has enabled Regus to develop its business model through many economic cycles. The proven and scalable operating model can provide franchisees with a highly attractive return on their investment. Franchisees will benefit from IWG's built-in network of 2.5 million customers, including some of the most successful entrepreneurs, individuals and multi-billion-dollar companies, that instantly become available to franchise owners upon opening. "Since 2010, the flexible workspace sector has grown at an average annual rate of 25%, and by 2020, it's estimated that 50% of all workers will be remote most of the time. This dramatic shift in the office space market is creating a demand for more flexible space options and forcing building owners to adapt," said Darin Harris, CEO of IWG, North America. "To meet the growing demand, we are looking to rapidly expand our network through franchising. This is an unprecedented investment opportunity, and our franchise partners will benefit greatly by leveraging our scale and proven business model."An excellent addition to a restaurant/retail/hospitality heavy portfolio, the Regus brand has a strong economic model with low employment costs. The brand has stood the test of time, even through up and down economies, and continued to grow over the years. In addition, Regus provides multiple revenue streams, including monthly membership programs (with an approximately 70% retention rate), commission for selling other locations within the brand's inventory and MyRegus app bookings, among others. The average revenue of the top two-thirds of locations is between $1 and $1.75 million with profitability or earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization (EBITDA) of $190,000 to $265,000. Regus is not just a smart investment opportunity, it's an opportunity to have a great day at work every day.Although flexible office and other emerging offerings like coworking account for less than 5% of current office inventory today, JLL, a commercial real estate service firm, projects this figure could rise to 30% by 2030 due to insatiable levels of tenant demand for flexible-term spaces. In addition, a recent IWG Economic Study found that flexible working is set to contribute over $10 trillion to the global economy by 2030. While concentrated in gateway cities, urban cores, and knowledge centers around the world, the flexible workspace sector's geographic footprint is beginning to extend to more suburban locations and secondary cities.  Regus is seeking qualified franchisees with the organizational and financial capabilities to open a minimum of five locations no smaller than 10,000 square feet over a two- to three-year period. Franchisees should have a minimum net worth of $1 million and a minimum of $350,000 in liquid assets per location. The initial investment ranges from $650,000 – $1.7 million per location with a $50,000 initial franchise fee. Qualified franchisees should have at least three years of outside sales management experience and two years of community marketing experience with a sales team of at least five people. Franchisees must also be committed to uphold operational and image standards of the Regus brand.Regus will work closely with and assist its franchisees in finding and designing locations. Franchisees will benefit from the customer service Regus is known for, as well as provide access to platforms including marketing, sales and IT. For more information on Regus franchise opportunities, please call 833-IWG-FRAN or visit https://franchise.iwgplc.com/.About RegusRegus is the leading global workspace provider. We have built an unparalleled network of office, coworking and meeting spaces for companies to use in every city in the world. It's a global infrastructure built for businesses to support every opportunity. Our network of workspaces enables businesses to operate anywhere, without the need for set-up costs or capital investment. It provides our customers with immediate cost benefits and the opportunity to fully outsource their office portfolio. Designed to enhance productivity and connect like-minded professionals, it's an instant global community and a place to belong.About International Workplace Group (IWG)IWG believes that business success is underpinned by the effectiveness and happiness of its people, so we made it our mission to help millions of people have a great day at work – every day.  We do this by giving people and businesses access to a world leading commercial real estate platform; drawing on a 30 year track record of delivering the best real estate solutions for businesses; in every country, city, town and transport hub worldwide.  It's a risk-free option, with zero balance sheet impact, and a great solution for people as it's designed with productivity in mind. IWG's real estate solutions are simple to use, with a full suite of business support services to enable people to focus on their core business and enjoy a great day at work. IWG offers an unrivalled choice of workspaces through its operating companies; Regus, Spaces, HQ and Signature by Regus – each designed to serve the unique needs of businesses of every size. 
15/4/2019
08:58
poikka: This extra from Sharecast. Sharecast News) - IWG continued its shift towards an asset-light model on Monday with a £320m deal to sell 100% of its Japanese serviced office space to Tokyo-listed TKP Corporation, with which it has agreed a franchise agreement. Once the deal is complete, which is expected next month, TKP will pay the full sum in cash and under the franchise agreement will operate the Japanese centres with full rights to use IWG's Regus, Spaces and OpenOffice brands. In what is IWG's first master franchise deal, TKP has also committed to a development plan which will add "significant" more space to the centre network in the country, while the FTSE 250 group will provide its operating platform in return for a fee. The divested Japanese business contributed £94.4m revenue to IWG last year and generated EBITDA of £20.6m, with its total gross asset value just over £98m as of 31 December. Around a third of IWG's space growth last year came from similar capital-light routes of licensing the brands to landlords and management aim for the group's business model to eventually shift so that two-thirds of its space is available via franchises. IWG shares shot up 20% to an eight-month high of 330p in early trade on Monday morning. "IWG has sold its first franchise," said analysts at Peel Hunt, with the price of 3.4 times revenue "far higher than our best case" which had been for 1.5 times on average across the group. "Given that our best case valuation was 701p for the whole group, the question is how far should investors extrapolate," the analysts added, moving their target price to 400p from 351p.
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