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
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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

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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://
observer007: NC Some companies RNS the most trivial of matters, surely winning 'one of ther most prestigious design awards in the world' warrants a market update. Perhaps they don't want a higher share price, just perhaps there will be a MBO or bid from a wealthy consortium linked to the motor racing business - David Coultard (director at ZZZ) contacts etc Nothing on the Mears Group contracts either, we were told more news would be relayed, months later nothing! Bring on the bid I say!!
observer007: We are now entering the events season so more news should be forthcoming for ZZZ. They have already had 2 excellent trading updates and now teaming up with Mears Group for social housing which is a completely new aspect of the business. This has not been factored in regarding broker forecasts etc. More news is imminent on the social housing development which could come at anytime. Hopefully this may include some numbers. The shares seem very cheap and are still selling below net asset value of circa 12p, directors bought in at 10p also. There appears to be a very small free float (c35%) or about 70m shares this means the share price move fast when stock is in demand.
observer007: bill182 If one looks at the 12 month chart the shares spiked to 17p in April almost in a straight line. Since then operational performance has exceeded expectations and the media have given ZZZ wide positive coverage. The chart also clearly demonstrates how the warrants held the share price below 10p (their excise price) These warrants have now expired. All it will take is very modest buying demand to move the share price disproportionally simply because the free float is so low, the tradeable float is only about 70m shares. Net asset value is 11p per share according to the June accounts. The trading business is currently valued at ZERO. This cannot last. The recent broker note offers a target of 18p but I believe this is too conservative. Retail investors are happy to chase glamour stocks but when true value is staring them in the face most cannot see it!!
observer007: Warrants have expired so no 30% dilution on the cards (this surely held the share price back) Only 211m shares in issue with nearly 65% held by major investors, the free float is minimal. The shares are now free to trade normally. Currently selling below the £24m net asset value (11p) I noticed the market makers have cut buy-side on-line limits over the last few days also The shares look cheap and move fast on demand. I still think, with the right news, the share price could hit 20p by end Q1
lightfield: Paul scott review Snoozebox Holdings (LON:ZZZ) Trading update - There's a positive update from the company today. In my opinion the company is likely to succeed second time around, with the re-designed v2 units having far better economics than the v1. It also has adequate funding to build them, and launch is later this month. I will have a chance to see a Snoozebox unit in real life, as they are bringing one to Mello 2014 in Derby, which is one of the things I am looking forward to. No doubt the company is hoping the share price will move significantly above 10p, as then holders of the 10p Warrants are more likely to exercise them. The expiry date of the Warrants is 15 Dec 2014, so it's a close call now with the share price hovering at 10p offered in the market, 9.75p bid. Lease financing is a much better way of growing the company, and a significant deal was done on that front for the first time not long ago. So the company isn't relying on the Warrants being converted, but no doubt it would help. - See more at: hxxp://
observer007: I have a feeling certain pre placing investors in ZZZ may be pretty unhappy about the thought of being diluted by about 30% should the 100m warrants be exercised. Perhaps a few timely sells designed to keep the share price below 10p have been occurring. The warrants expire (worthless if the share price stays below 10p) on December 15th 2014, it would leave about 200m shares in issue. What we do know is that Directors have recently put in £300k at 10p, the trading statement was pretty upbeat with improving financials, bookings remain strong with many events being sold out. It will be interesting to see what happens post December 15th 2014 when the warrants expire or perhaps ZZZ will produce some outstanding announcement prior to this date to raise the share price above 10p The stock is pretty tightly held so any move could be fast on modest volume. Could be worth a punt/top up at current levels based on the above.
observer007: I cannot see why the share price has fallen so far below the 10p placing price. All of ZZZ's recent high profile events have been sold out, this demonstrates demand for the 'product' The recent warrants are priced at 10p and expire end December this year. ZZZ would raise another £10m if they were all converted. The share price would need to rise significantly from here for that to happen. Management has backed the company significantly with their own cash (at 10p/share) recently. They are taking steps to improve financial performance. Contracts with major events have been extended recently. They are well funded, raising £11m recently and had £4m in December 2013. Customer reviews from recent key events have been excellent, with press coverage to match. My guess is that ZZZ wlll try to get the share price moving with some positive spin before year end, the last time they bulled up prospects via RNS the shares more than doubled. Even with 200m shares in issue stock is still very tight, most of it held by ins investors. The enterprise value is probably only £5m right now, seems too low. The shares could be worth a punt at current levels in my view. I would imagine ZZZ Directors will do all they can to get those warrants exercised so I expect that positive news-flow to arrive shortly.
observer007: It looks like a few others have spotted the low enterprise value anomaly, not quite sure why ZZZ ever fell below the recent placing price of 10p given the offer seemed to go away with good Ins support and Director buying. The trading update in February seemed excellent Snoozebox Holdings (LON:ZZZ) I had a dabble on this share when it was originally floated by Panmure Gordon in May 2012 at 40p. It sounded a great idea - converting standard metal shipping containers into mobile accommodation units that could provide small, but good quality temporary hotel rooms at events such as festivals, sporting events, etc. It was a good idea, but very badly executed. It quickly became apparent that things were not going well, so at the first sign of trouble I dumped my shares, for a modest profit. It rarely pays to fall in love with a story stock. Things go wrong, and implementing a new business plan nearly always takes far longer, and costs far more money, than originally planned. New management has been brought in, and they have completely re-worked the business model. It has become apparent that the v1 accommodation units, whilst popular with customers, are not viable for short term installations. This is because they can take up to a week to set up, involving multiple contractors to do the various jobs required. Hence the cost of set-up, and the considerable down time when they are not generating any income, more than offsets the sales revenue for the few days when they are occupied, at a festival for example. Therefore the new business model will involve the v1 units being placed in semi-permanent installations, e.g. building sites in remote locations, military, and some other places where Planning Permission has been granted to use them semi-permanently (e.g. Silverstone). This should generate enough cashflow to cover the central costs from 2015 onwards. Newly designed v2 units are a big improvement, being self-contained, and only needing 1 day to set up. Combined with strong demand & much higher pricing being achieved, this should dramatically transform the economics of the business from 2015 onwards. A recent Placing raised £ 10m which is being used to finance the first batch of v2 units. Today's RNS from Snoozebox confirms that the order has been placed for manufacture of the new units. I'll stick my neck out, and say that I reckon ZZZ will work second time around, with these new v2 units. I had a conference call with the CEO a little while ago, and running through the figures with him, it seems clear that there is very strong demand for the product, and that the economics of the v2 units are compelling, especially when you compare the set up costs with the outgoing v1 units. In effect, the v1 units proved that there is strong demand for the product, but were not viable in commercial terms due to the complexity & cost of installations. The v2 units have eradicated all those problems, and are very quick & cheap to instal. Therefore I'll stick my neck out here, in saying that I believe Snoozebox should become a viable business in 2015. Bear in mind also that the last Placing came with Warrants exerciseable at 10p, on a 1 for 1 basis with each new share bought. Therefore, in my opinion the company is likely to go on a major investor PR splurge later this year, in order to ensure that the share price goes well above 10p, to incentivise Warrant holders to exercise those Warrants, which could bring in anothe £ 10m in fresh funding to buy more v2 units. Therefore at 8.5p to buy now, there could be decent upside here with a six month view. It's speculative of course, but there are much more solid reasons to invest now, than there ever have been, in my opinion, because the company seems to have worked out a revised business model that stacks up. As always, this is NOT any kind of recommendation, it's just my personal opinion, so the onus is on readers to do your own research. The historic figures for ZZZ look dreadful, and 2014 is likely to show more losses too, but investing is all about the future, and they seem to have good prospects for 2015 onwards, in my view. - See more at: hxxp://
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