Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Snoozebox LSE:ZZZ London Ordinary Share GB00B7D66J40 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 0.3575p 0.35p 0.365p - - - 0 01:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2.4 -8.9 -3.0 - 1

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
22/7/2015
14:40
Trading update last year on the 28th July. Could be any time now I guess. Do we think they have reached break even yet? Like several other people on this board, surprised by the lack of any news good or bad. Guess we'll know soon enough
angus17
21/7/2015
23:09
More good publicity for the Snoozebox: http://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2015/jul/21/swansea-city-garry-monk-pre-season-fitness
orange1
21/7/2015
23:07
More good publicity for the Snoozebox: http://www.theguardian.com/football/blog/2015/jul/21/swansea-city-garry-monk-pre-season-fitness
orange1
20/7/2015
17:28
Curiouser and curiouser as large apparent sells get absorbed with barely a ripple. Feels like something is being worked.
lefrene
16/7/2015
08:43
Observer, have you ever thought that there might be no news to report, hence no RNS? Maybe they haven't made any good progress.
boonkoh
16/7/2015
07:53
Snoozebox BOD continues to starve the market of news as someone continues to gobble up all the remaining free float that comes to the market via bored private investors. Starving the market of news is a typical management buyout (MBO) tactic. In previous years they were happy to advise on ticket sales at various events, new contracts (however small) and so on. We were told (in March) that a further update re the Mears Group tie up would follow, despite this contract seemingly active, we have heard nothing. Reports from the AGM suggested that the BOD seemed aloof and reticent to questions which seemed strange, especially from a company doing so well re bookings and a plethora of new projects. Not to mention they are expected to enter a growth phase early next year. This is a high visibility company operating in glamorous locations with significant growth (and profits) ahead, fully funded and no need to return to market for cash. An ideal candidate for a MBO. The remaining minority investors usually get bought out at a decent premium in such cases. Worth holding on or buying in in my view. Will we get the usual July trading update this year I wonder?
observer007
15/7/2015
11:00
streuth we have the right company moniker here !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! m
maurillac
06/7/2015
17:24
But there is,to be fair, a lot of coverage on the snoozepods (including the Swansea City pods) on their Twitter. Can't find any mention of the Swingfield festival though .... ;-)
orange1
06/7/2015
17:03
Obbserver-you make a lot of sense.
p@
06/7/2015
16:02
Observer007, they have gone into keeping a low profile, one suspects that this is not for the long term benefit of current holders but to suit a hidden agenda held by the inner circle. If there is a master plan to grab it on the cheap, then they had better get a move on before their competent actions make it too obvious what a growth story there is here.
lefrene
06/7/2015
09:23
I see the management are still starving the market of news. So far this year they have added a new product (Snooze pods) but not told the market. Added a number of new, and high profile contracts, namely Premier League Swansea City + others. Nothing from the promised update re Mears Group 'a further statement will be made' etc etc. That was in MARCH! Nothing concerning the TWO major events namely Silverstone F1 and Glastonbury I could go on but I think one gets the picture. All the makings of a MBO here, assisted by private equity, free float is probably under 60m share right now. Retail investors have long gone due to lack of promotion, money to be made here IMO, the last thing they would want are minority stockholders. They would probably pay 14p/15p to get shot if my theory is correct re the a MBO.
observer007
06/7/2015
07:37
Did they pop up without warning for a weekend of debauchery at Swingfields 2015? http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/11719902/Villagers-outraged-after-500-swingers-descend-for-Swingfields-2015.html
orange1
02/7/2015
18:37
Thanks Tadtech. Those pods look very handy, would suit anywhere that needs rapid deployment of sleeping and refreshing space. ZZZ evidently branching out into all sorts of useful accommodation 'products'.
lefrene
02/7/2015
18:03
ZZZ pods now installed at Premier League Swansea City, something else they do not want to tell us about, makes you wonder about a MBO http://www.walesonline.co.uk/sport/football/football-news/swansea-city-install-portable-hotel-9562485
tadtech
02/7/2015
12:06
Looks like they are keeping the Major Shareholder info up-to date as well. That is always an indication management are mindful. 68% of the company is now held by 8 significant shareholders, some clearly are friendly with management (eg Hargreave Hale 30m shares) So now only 67m shares, to be taken out, probably in retail hands. Current market value £20m, net cash at year end £7.2m - Cheap No wonder they are starving the market of news!
observer007
02/7/2015
12:05
Now watch them walk it down on small sells to drive out the small holders, before doing everybody a 'favour' with an MBO at 12p? About £25 million, then watch it make profits of £5+ million and onwards and upwards. Those long term 'temporary' housing deals on council or government contracts will be cash cows, providing the ability to leverage those contracts to get funds to expand. It's going to be a gravy train for the insiders.
lefrene
02/7/2015
11:48
For what it is worth I do believe something is going on here and as Observer said there has not been any news for an age despite being at the peak of the events season and demand for ZZZ pods seem very high etc etc. I have been a long term holder here and have added to my position steadily over recent months. If a MBO is being plotted the last thing they want are minority investors kicking about. They usually pay a decent premium to get shot of them. I would be happy in a range of 15p-20p
tadtech
02/7/2015
11:45
With respect to Mears Group i suggest its worth following them on Twitter as there has been lots of tweets over the last week re: the CIH Conference in Manchester and their collaboration together. "Our partners Snoozebox are joining us at CIH Housing 2015 to showcase the future of modular social housing...". Seems pretty positive to me...
norbert colon
02/7/2015
11:36
You could well be right there Obeserver007. Certainly sells have been mopped up by somebody, and the last update indicates the growth phase is now in place. I think the business is worth more than the current valuation and will continue to hold as the business develops. I notice they seem to be moving towards a different type of unit (purpose built trailers) for short term rapid deployment, presumably using containers for semi permanent locations. I hope it is not taken out too cheaply, but I suspect you are correct that an MBO is being plotted.
lefrene
02/7/2015
11:25
Obvious what is going on here, they are starving the market of news to assist with a Management Buy Out (MBO) ably assisted by private equity. Someone has been taking out the tiny free float (about 65m shares) over the last 3-4 months. If you are in any doubt where is the promised follow up statement concerning Mears Group? They said this on 3rd MARCH !!! 'A further, more detailed announcement will be made in due course' It never happened. Recently Kestral Partners, acting for various clients, added 1.75m shares (taken from bored retail investors no doubt) They now have 15% or 32.5m shares. A handful of major investors hold the majority of ZZZ now Why now and why Snoozebox??? It is simple, they are approaching growth phase (not recognized by the market yet) add the 'prestige' of contacts with F1 the Motor Racing Industry (ZZZ have boxes on most, if not every circuit) David Coultard being President of Snoozebox etc etc. They will probably pay a premium to the remaining minority holders, it could be in a range of 30%-50% depending on how many remain. Of course some retail buying would scupper their plan. This is my personal view of events based on what appears to be happening.
observer007
27/6/2015
20:09
According to that teller of truths the Daily Mail said last year - The pop-up consists of around 30 adjoining compact rooms Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/article-2695554/Experience-MORE-not-glamming-Glastonbury-Festivals-pop-hotel-haven-away-carnage.html#ixzz3eI6vcD3w
yesrupnel
26/6/2015
17:31
I know but how many new rooms do we actually have. There is such a lack of info.
angus17
26/6/2015
16:24
http://snoozeboxhotel.co.uk/event/glastonbury/ Soldout at £1995 each room - enough for two people. Includes breakfast!
yesrupnel
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