Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Sosandar Plc LSE:SOS London Ordinary Share GB00BDGS8G04 ORD 0.1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 30.25 210,123 08:00:00
Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price
30.00 30.50 30.25 30.25 30.25
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
General Retailers 12.16 -3.10 -1.61 67
Last Trade Time Trade Type Trade Size Trade Price Currency
15:26:08 O 3,777 30.185 GBX

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Sosandar Daily Update: Sosandar Plc is listed in the General Retailers sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SOS. The last closing price for Sosandar was 30.25p.
Sosandar Plc has a 4 week average price of 29p and a 12 week average price of 25.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 36.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 13.25p.
There are currently 221,408,332 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 170,931 shares. The market capitalisation of Sosandar Plc is £66,976,020.43.
thetrotsky: I'd agree that BOO and SOS have a totally different demographic. Returns are impacting BOO but I think that, in part, is explained by their overseas supply chain issues. US sales were down 14% in a quarter that included Thanksgiving and Black Friday; I rather suspect US customers may have been returning goods after have sourced products from alternative suppliers. The story seems to be much the same in ROE and ROW. Thankfully SOS doesn't have overseas sales issues to worry about at the moment. I wouldn't be totally surpised to see ASOS having some similar issues to BOO. As regards SOS, I think the more sanguine investors are choosing not to believe the "fairytale" that SOS can continue to avoid any major supply chain issues that have been affecting other etailers. SOS may have got its inventory in earlier and thus avoided a lot of the more recent issues but it now has to replenish its stock in the face of continued worldwide problems. Don't get me wrong; I think SOS has done well (and continue to be a long term holder) but until we're out of these general supply chain problems I remain cautious about SOS's ability to continue to avoid any major issues. It also seems probable that SOS will see higher return rates in December as people adapt their Xmas plans to meet Covid requirements.
tomps2: Sosandar (SOS) interim results presentation - December 2021 Sosandar Co-CEOs & Co-Founders, Ali Hall and Julie Lavington and CFO, Steve Dilks present the financial results for the six months ended 30 September 2021 and give an update on current trading. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/sosandar-sos-interim-results-presentation-december-2021/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/sosandar-sos-interim-results-presentation-december-2021/
bg23: Excellent results, pleased with the commentary. very optimistic for the company looking forward. I'd have expected a more positive response but the share price will look after itself. interested to listen in tomorrow.
apad: The half year update puts a floor on revenue of, say, £24m so your £28m is quite possible. I think the current FD is a significant improvement on the previous FD so the promotions will come out of revenue and there won't be another fund raise (as Scott speculated earlier in the year). My main interest is in the recent performance in the run up to Xmas and as there won't be any December news, so it will really be about November's performance. If it has been good they will trumpet it from the rooftops. I'm not at all sure that good, even brilliant, results will move the share price that much as current opinions are so high. I have no concerns about customer retention. It's interesting to compare the Sosandar designs with Karen Millen (BOO takeover). I suspect that Oasis is the nearest competitor. I am puzzled by the 'if they buy it from M&S then they will shift to the SOS website' argument. Maybe the size and variety of offerings on the M&S website makes it dominant and they aren't bothered bout losing a few customers to the brand websites. I was amused when M&S came out with a statement that they weren't becoming a brands shop - never believe anything until it is officially denied. My daughters' were horrified at the leopard print frocks, which gave me significant confidence in the SOS designers. 😊 Keep up the market research, sunshine. apad
givmesunshine: I have been looking thorugh M+S - If you filter women - new in - and sort by best sellers you will sell that out of the top 30 items (most of which are underwear) sosander has 5 clothing products in the top 30 https://www.marksandspencer.com/l/women/all-new-in?sort=best_seller%20desc Strip out the underwear and SOSANDAR Animal Print Belted Mini Shirt Dress is the top "new in" seller across M+S Women and SOS has 4 items in the top ten - out selling M+S own products online very encouraging indeed.. thats no mean feat Check it out https://www.marksandspencer.com/l/women/all-new-in?filter=Product%20Type%3DBlouses%7CBoots%7CCoats%7CDresses%7CJackets%7CJeans%7CShirts%7CShoes%7CSkirts%7CTops&originalPrice=5%2C450&sort=best_seller%20desc
givmesunshine: Morning AllBought in to SOS this morning after sitting watching waiting for funds to be available since May - quite pleased to get in @sub 29p.. I bought in because I see SOS as more of the next Ted Baker rather than ASOS.. my wife just ordered £500 of sos gear as a test of quality and loves it - on two things going back .. the quality is very good and with the heading discount a reasonable price
w13ken: Sosandar co-CEOs share how they built their brand: hTTps://www.drapersonline.com/insight/the-industry-view/sosandar Also good to see 2 articles in the last week about female Good Morning Britain presenters wearing Sosandar... hTTps://www.hellomagazine.com/fashion/celebrity-style/20210804118937/kate-garraway-sosandar-dress-matching-shoes-good-morning-britain/ hTTps://www.hellomagazine.com/fashion/celebrity-style/20210730118621/ranvir-singh-black-denim-dress-sosandar/
w13ken: Really happy that I got into Sosandar recently. It's a well-run fast-growing company aimed at a well-targeted and underserved market. The branding and marketing is strong and it could be takeover target in the future. * Fair value at Simply Wall Street is 88p using the Discount Flow Model i.e. MCap £150m+ * Selling well through the 274 lines at John Lewis: hTTps://www.johnlewis.com/brand/sosandar/_/N-1yze4xu * Also immediately in profit through the 141 lines at M&S: hTTps://www.marksandspencer.com/l/brands/sosandar * Also making money from day 1 at Next (226 lines) * They pay commission for these but the partners pay for returns and associated costs * A great team with relevant experience, fashion inside knowledge and good statistical analysis on product lines: hTTps://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/sosandar-sos-full-year-2021-results-presentation/
tomps2: Sosandar (SOS) full-year 2021 results presentation Julie Lavington, Ali Hall, Joint CEOs and Steve Dilks, CFO present FY21 results for the period ended 31st March 2021. Watch the video here: Https://www.piworld.co.uk/company-videos/sosandar-sos-full-year-2021-results-presentation/ Or listen to the podcast here: Https://piworld.podbean.com/e/sosandar-sos-full-year-2021-results-presentation/
thetrotsky: I think you're wrong mauricemonkey. It's not where we're at currently but where we're going and Brexit, as far as the EU market is concerned, has thrown a spanner into the works and will have an impact on SOS's ability to make economies of scale. All being well, I believe there will come a point, like ASOS and BOO, where SOS will want/need to take it's UK warehousing in house. However, unlike ASOS and BOO, SOS will not now be a able to supply goods into the EU using it's UK warehousing (becasue the tariffs will put them at a competitive disadvantage) and there will therefore inevitably be additional costs of running and maintaining a separate EU distribution network. As a result, whereas ASOS and BOO were able to start making sales into the EU early on in their development at little, or no, additional cost (sourcing the goods from their UK warehouses and keeping their EU start up costs relatively low), I think SOS will have to build up their UK sales much more before they can even consider whether to start making significant forays into the EU (the UK operation cannot support both increasing UK customer numbers and building up an EU presence). The key difference is that, apart from finding a courier, ASOS and BOO didn't need to have an on the ground presence in the EU initially to start building their EU sales. Yes, SOS can use third parties in the EU to get around part of the problem but they will need to hold additional stock in the EU. Also they won't be able to move stock lines between the UK and EU to take account of, say, cultural differences e.g. a stock line that may sell well in the UK may not sell as well in France, Germany etc. and vice versa (once stock is in the UK or the EU it has to stay and be sold there; moving stock will just incur additional costs). You may say that that is no different from selling to the US or RoW but the point is that Brexit has reduced SOS's easily accessible market by about 5/6ths and now put the EU on the same par as the US and RoW. This is not Brexit bashing but a simple statement of economic fact as far as SOS is concerned.
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