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Sanderson Design Group Plc

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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sanderson Design Group Plc LSE:SDG London Ordinary Share GB0003061511 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 123.50 11,197 10:19:12
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
120.00 127.00 123.50 123.00 123.00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Convrt Papr,paprbrd,ex Boxes 112.20 7.76 10.90 - 88.26
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:18:45 O 794 125.30 GBX

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Posted at 27/4/2023 15:19 by essentialinvestor
Mentioned yesterday looked a reasonable sell price over £1.41, unless holding longer term.

SDG can travel very quickly in either direction, if wanting to buy then best looked at on poor sentiment rather than excitement.

The share price had travelled from circa £1.15 in December, so perhaps unsurprising on an underwhelming statement some have sold.

I'm not sure there is a compelling short term buy case ATM,
however the brands may be worth significantly more to someone else.

CFX run a very different model, they don't manufacture and I
wonder if SDG require a more radical look at this area.

Posted at 30/3/2023 07:50 by trt
Sanderson Design Group PLC Major Licensing Agreement with Habitat and TuSource: UK Regulatory (RNS & others)TIDMSDGRNS Number : 6833USanderson Design Group PLC30 March 2023 For immediate release 30 March 2023 SANDERSON DESIGN GROUP PLC("Sanderson Design Group", the "Company" or the "Group")Major Licensing Agreement with Habitat and TuSanderson Design Group PLC (AIM: SDG), the luxury interior design and furnishings group, is pleased to announce a major licensing agreement with J Sainsbury plc in which the supermarket group's Habitat homewares brand and Tu clothing brand will develop a wide range of licensed products in collaboration with the Group's Morris & Co. and Scion brands.This agreement marks the first time that the Company has collaborated with Sainsbury's.Habitat will launch homeware products featuring exclusive designs and colourways from the Morris & Co. and Scion brands. The Scion products under this collaboration will launch in spring next year and the Morris & Co. products the following autumn.Tu is one of the UK's largest online clothing retailers, sold through, and in selected Sainsbury's stores. Tu will collaborate with the Scion brand to develop womenswear and children's clothing ranges for launch in the spring of next year.Lisa Montague, Sanderson Design Group's Chief Executive Officer, said: "We are delighted to sign this significant licensing agreement with the major retailer Sainsbury in which our Morris & Co. and Scion brands will collaborate with Sainsbury's Habitat and Tu brands on an exciting range of homewares and clothing. Both Habitat and Tu have substantial distribution throughout the UK, both in store and online, with Tu being one of the UK's largest online clothing retailers.The first products from this multi-year agreement will be launched in the spring of next year and we look forward to working closely with Habitat and Tu on the product development."Today's announcement marks the second major licensing agreement that we have signed this year, demonstrating the strength of our brands and collaborative capabilities along with the attractive financial contribution that licensing delivers for the Group."Paula Nickolds, General Merchandise Commercial Director, Sainsbury's said: "Habitat and Tu are both design-led brands, so our collaboration with Sanderson to bring customers products featuring iconic prints and colourways from Morris & Co. and Scion feels a natural fit. We are always looking for more ways to offer our customers a range of designs at affordable prices and we are confident they will love the products we've come together to create."For further i
Posted at 22/2/2023 14:47 by disc0dave45
Of course a 5 year deal generates multi year income!.Perhaps FY25 and beyond will see the impact on bottom line but as for this FY their broker is saying no change to forecasts and consensus is a 3% drop in eps for this year. Underlying business growth is non existent (as I've posted previously) and the only growth appears to be licensed income, which can be very lumpy. But hey if it generates such reactions in share price then we'll done holders.
Posted at 22/2/2023 08:45 by cliffpeat
"Accelerated licensing income of GBP2.6 million will be recognised by the Group in the current financial year in connection with the agreement, which covers the UK and Eire."

On the face of it might seem to boost the bottom line substantially - though there may be SDG designer costs involved.

However, without a detailed breakdown of YE 31Jan23 licensing income and whether there were any one-off or non-recurring receipts, it is not clear that this good news will necessarily boost 23/24 net profit.

Good to see apparent investor confidence reflected in today's share price rise.

Posted at 22/2/2023 08:26 by trt
Huge profits from this deal. Margins are good. Could see the share price over £1.50 very soon.
Posted at 07/2/2023 12:58 by kalai1
Sanderson Design Group plc the luxury interior design and furnishings group issued a trading update for the financial year ended 31 January 2023. Strong performances from the Morris & Co. brand, licensing and North America were offset by withdrawal from the Russian market, and a small decrease in manufacturing revenue against a strong comparator, to give Group sales for the year of approximately £112.0 million (2022: £112.2m). Underlying profits for the financial year ended 31 January 2023 are expected to be in line with Board expectations. The balance sheet remains solid with net cash at approximately £15.2 million. Valuation looks pretty attractive with forward PE ratio under 10x, share price is also building up some positive momentum. The macro environment is a little unhelpful, and may hold back the top line for a while, but otherwise there is a lot to like here. BUY...

...from WealthOracle


Posted at 05/1/2023 14:39 by dicktrade
Sosander shares up 11% at one stage presumably on the back of Next TU this morning as Next sell there clothing but no movement in SDG share price .
Posted at 13/10/2022 19:00 by pireric
That's not quite what the brand equity value is saying in my interpretation. What it's saying is that the total grossed up (Estimate) of products which are either direct SDG products (i.e. SDG brand revenue), or which have the SDG patterns on is £300m (the residual difference between the 300m and the SDG direct brand revenue being the indirect revenue of third parties selling products with SDG designs, from which SDG will earn the £Xm of effectively 100% gross profit licencing revenue).

I'll take a different stance here where I believe forward broker forecasts on a 3 year view will prove to be materially wrong (too low). In the next 6-12 months that is more up to debate in the downside direction. But my baseline is never to trust broker forecasts, but to just use that as a starting baseline to assume what is priced in. E.g. have any of the analysts really factored in anything for the Disney collaboration into licencing revenues? I'd be 95% sure the answer is no and that this is simple revenue growth modelling and extrapolation

You either make money buying stocks when the P/E is depressed or when the earnings forecasts out there are wrong, and I actually think in this case we'll have both of those engines.

But the proof will be in the pudding and this stock has been a lot higher and lower here in the past so we shall see ! And it takes many views to make a market and clearly my view here is not prevailing, at the moment !

Best regards,

Posted at 04/8/2022 11:30 by netcurtains
I still think it was BoJo that did in the SDG share price. Bojo did up his flat to get rid of SDG wallpaper. In response, Keir Starmer was despatched to John Lewis to stand next to wallpaper rolls looking a bit silly. John Lewis say they have recovered quite well after that but many elderly shareholders are bojo-ists (alas).
Posted at 22/7/2022 17:07 by essentialinvestor
SDG share price no where near the trough based on the last 2 major market sell offs
(unless this time is different) - a lot may depend on where wider equity markets go from here, unless there is a bid.

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