Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Snoozebox LSE:ZZZ London Ordinary Share GB00B7D66J40 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.3575 0.00 01:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
0.35 0.365
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 2.42 -8.92 -3.03 1
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
- O 0 0.3575 GBX

Snoozebox (ZZZ) Latest News

Real-Time news about Snoozebox (London Stock Exchange): 0 recent articles
More Snoozebox News
Snoozebox Investors    Snoozebox Takeover Rumours

Snoozebox (ZZZ) Discussions and Chat

Snoozebox Forums and Chat

Date Time Title Posts
17/9/201813:11Private thread/notes and stuff161
30/3/201808:14Rest easy with SnoozeBox2,114
18/7/201620:42Snoozebox (ZZZ) enters the Gulf in partnership with Dutco Group38
08/10/201517:59Snoozebox....exciting times and growth 2015 onwards !33
06/1/201520:53UK INTEREST RATES13

Add a New Thread

Snoozebox (ZZZ) Most Recent Trades

No Trades
Trade Time Trade Price Trade Size Trade Value Trade Type
View all Snoozebox trades in real-time

Snoozebox (ZZZ) Top Chat Posts

p@: FROM SQN results- Modular Building The Group provided financing in the amount of GBP10.2 million secured by mobile, modular buildings used in the hospitality industry to serve as hotel rooms at different events throughout Europe. The investment was made in coordination with the operator's plan to transition its business toward semi-permanent arrangements like remote worker accommodations and away from short-term rentals. The transition was intended to be completed over a period of two years. Management was changed in April of 2016 and entered into only one new profitable contract for worker accommodation in October 2017. Given the slow deployment, a rescheduling of the Group's debt could not be agreed and Snoozebox entered administration in November 2017. The Group has signed conditional agreements transferring the ownership of Snoozebox, by effecting its purchase from the administration and onward sale to a new owner which is part of a well-capitalised group experienced in wider modular accommodation and in the oil and gas industries. Snoozebox, under its new ownership, will then enter into a new operating lease with the Group. The terms of the new Snoozebox lease will reflect an operating lease, extending the term to 10 years with part fixed and part variable rentals. The new lease will result in full amortisation of capital and payment of interest to the Group. The transaction is conditional upon Snoozebox emerging from administration and creditors voting for a company voluntary arrangement.
recordz: Snoozebox Holdings plc Workforce accommodation contract win The Board of Snoozebox Holdings plc ("Snoozebox" or the "Company") (AIM: ZZZ), a leading provider of rapidly deployed quality serviced accommodation, is pleased to announce the following workforce accommodation contract win. Snoozebox has secured a Semi-Permanent contract to provide 80 V1 rooms configured as workforce accommodation in a remote area of the UK for an initial period of 12 months. We expect to start deploying the rooms during September and for them to be revenue earning in the fourth quarter of 2017. The customer is a major international company. This contract is expected to make an approximate 25% contribution towards central overheads (excluding depreciation) starting in 2017 and weighted towards 2018. Deployment and subsequent removal costs are being met by the customer. Chris Errington, Chairman of Snoozebox, commented: "I am delighted to announce this workforce accommodation win. We will be providing 80 high quality en-suite rooms configured as temporary accommodation in a remote area of the UK that will serve as a base for the customer's workforce. The hotel will be deployed within a short two-week period demonstrating just how rapidly we can respond to demands for such accommodation."
tevita: WARNING hatey started PUMP and DUMP on twitter hatetrader‏ @hatetrader1 50m50 minutes ago #ZZZ buy 2.5 million online at 0.559p 0 replies . 0 retweets 0 likes hatetrader‏ @hatetrader1 53m53 minutes ago #ZZZ buy 1.5 million at 0.565p welcome to trap central for most who chased this one soon 1 reply . 0 retweets 0 likes hatetrader‏ @hatetrader1 56m56 minutes ago #Zzz this shows the shocking dangers of twitter and a pump and dumper with lots of blind followers looking for a fast buck #unbelievable ! 1 reply . 0 retweets 0 likes hatetrader‏ @hatetrader1 59m59 minutes ago #ZZZ can all these buyers not read ??? 0 replies . 0 retweets 0 likes
p@: From driller post- The convicted fraudster who brokered Sir Philip Green’s sale of BHS took as much as £4m from investors in a suspected Ponzi scheme. Paul Sutton, who introduced serial bankrupt Dominic Chappell to the department store deal with Green, ran a company called B52 Investments between 2010 and 2014 with his girlfriend, Nicola Tarrant. B52 sold unofficial share certificates in Snoozebox, a pop-up hotel operator, before it listed on London’s junior stock market in 2012. At the time of the float, carried out by the stockbroker Panmure Gordon, B52 owned 66.7% of Snoozebox. The hotel company raised £12m from the market in April 2012, and another £8.4m that November. The shares rose from 40p to about 75p by the end of 2012, and in January 2013… Want to re
dice1950: ZZZ 5 STAR Strong BUY
dice1950: Snoozebox Holdings PLC (LON:ZZZ) BUY :BULLISH DOJI STAR 30th June 2016 SNOOZEBOX (ZZZ.L) 5 STAR Strong BUY 30th June 2016 Snoozebox Holdings (LON:ZZZ) Panmure Gordon 18.50p price target 30th June 2016 Snoozebox Holdings PLC (LON:ZZZ) up 67% 30th June 2016
dice1950: ZZZ directors now buying RNS Snoozebox Holdings PLC 30 June 2016 30 June 2016 Snoozebox Holdings plc Directors' dealings The Board of Snoozebox Holdings plc ("Snoozebox" or the "Company") (AIM: ZZZ) received notification on 30 June 2016 from Chris Errington, Executive Chairman, that on 30 June 2016 he acquired (through his SIPP) 2,222,222 ordinary shares of 1 pence each in the Company ("Ordinary Shares") at a price of 0.45 pence per Ordinary Share. Following this transaction, Chris Errington holds 2,222,222 Ordinary Shares in the Company, which represents approximately 0.75% of the Company's issued share capital. He also holds 7,500,000 options over Ordinary Shares.
hope67: Posted by Jo Jo on lse Snoozebox (ZZZ) The 2016 Open Championship at Royal Troon Official hxxps:// Pricing Check In Day: Monday 11th July 2016 Check Out Day: Monday 18th July 2016 Single accommodation: £ 2,995 Sharing accommodation (2): £ 2,495 Sharing accommodation (4): £ 2,295 Sharing Accommodation (6): £ 1,995 22 Apr 2016 hxxp:// the future does indeed appear to be bright and box-shaped for this company. The share price may not appear appealing from where it was a few years back but let’s not forget one important factor. Summer is on its way and with that in mind, the festival season is starting. The board may have changed a number of times but the concept hasn’t. There would have been many lessons learnt from the last few years and hopefully with a recognised brand and more contracts under their belt, they might just beat those summer blues for new investors. SNOOZEBOX BUY Potential +3,233% hxxps:// … Target price 18.67 p Imagine if, instead of schlepping back to a faraway hotel after the 2018 World Cup, you could just sleep in a ready-made hotel in the parking lot. Snoozebox, a pop-up hotel that takes under 48 hours to assemble, may be the ideal lodging for you. hxxp:// A MASSIVE portable hotel is set to make its way to south Cumbria after winning the backing of councillors. hxxp:// The proposal for a 240-bedroom containerised worker accommodation and social space was given the green light at a meeting of Barrow Borough Council's planning committee at Barrow Town Hall A huge 240-room portable Snoozebox hotel is to be built hxxp:// Snoozebox accommodation is set to be in Noble’s park over the TT period for the next few years after Douglas councillors approved a move for them to return each year up to and including 2018. hxxps://
papillon: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Snoozebox Holdings (LON:ZZZ) Share price: 9p (down 6.5% today) No. shares: 211.8m Market cap: £19.1m Trading update - this update follows the now very familiar pattern of saying lots of positive-sounding things about the company, but then revealing awful financial results. This looks like a profit warning, so I'm surprised the shares are not a lot lower today; Turnover for 2015 is expected to be in line with market expectations. The Company anticipates higher operating costs this year associated with the substantial increase in activity in events and the acceleration of the deployment of the original stock on a semi-permanent basis. It is anticipated that the mobilisation costs in respect of the five additional semi-permanent hotels, will be incurred prior to the year end, with the hotels ramping up in Q1 2016. As a result of these developments, the expected 2015 EBITDA level is a loss of approximately £5m. The revenue from the further semi-permanent deployments is expected to be realised in 2016. Stockopedia shows the current broker consensus as turnover of £5.2m, but no loss forecast is given other than EPS of -1.7p. With 211.8m shares in issue that equates to a forecast loss after tax of £3.6m. So the indication given by Snoozebox today of a £5m EBITDA loss, would be considerably worse once depreciation is added, so maybe £6-7m loss before tax? Overall then, it looks like quite a big miss, with losses a lot worse than expected. That's likely to mean yet another cash call, sooner or later. My opinion - it's a really nice concept, but is still no closer to proving that there's a viable business here. It looks to me as if further, drastic cost-cutting is needed to get to breakeven asap. Whether it should be a listed company, is the big question? I would have thought its prospects would be better as a lean overheads, private company. The share count has risen more than 4-fold since the company listed, so the share price probably won't ever get back to anywhere close to the price when it listed. That's the problem with dilution for businesses that are cash hungry. It hardly ever pays to buy the shares in the IPO for loss-making companies, in my experience. 563b3e9401827ZZZ_chart.PNG - See more at: HTTP://
smithie6: FD stepped down recently....and opaque RNS today.... Disgraceful opque RNS...imho But hey its AIM.....the home of corrupt Chinese listings and corrupt Globo , Quindell et what can you expect. ---- Zzz My views are similar to what I posted when Paul Scott tipped it as a buy. ( was a ridiculous "spin a coin" tip imho)...& share price spiked to 13-15p - no barriers to entry imho...hence price competition for providing units for decent size projects is likely ( fitting out old thing...not new) - high set up costs consume income from short term events - imho low chance of overseas expansion ( hence investment logic largely dissappears) - depreciation costs - maintainence costs hit cashflow - cash generation needs to be big enough to cover these -uk events season, weather limited, 4 months ??...but many costs are 12 months - no dividend - history of consuming cash rather than giving it out - looks like venture capital investing - FD recently stepped down.....& critical role & subject (money) from investor's viewpoint - risk of x of more cash raising via new shares needed at some time ( 5M EBITDA loss), risk that reduces the share price if happens - chart is poor ( failed to rise above 10p over falling) - H1. £3M loss on turnover of 2.3M.....Arghhhhh !!! Plus points Ask others !! - high nightly rate is possible ( but there are a lot of costs) ...while there may be a demand for using containers for offices and/or accomodation......Im not convinced it is an attractive risk/reward from uk PI investors viewpoint ....noting high fixed costs of directors and being listed. ...( uk events market only last around 4-5 months imo.....but fixed central costs and cost of assets is there every month of year...) ..who knows...maybe a success in x years time....but not attracting me at the moment...& cant see that changing..
Snoozebox share price data is direct from the London Stock Exchange
ADVFN Advertorial
Your Recent History
Register now to watch these stocks streaming on the ADVFN Monitor.

Monitor lets you view up to 110 of your favourite stocks at once and is completely free to use.

By accessing the services available at ADVFN you are agreeing to be bound by ADVFN's Terms & Conditions

P: V: D:20210506 23:11:29