Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Vr Education Holdings Plc LSE:VRE London Ordinary Share IE00BG0HDR01 ORD EUR0.001
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  0.00 0.0% 7.50 0.00 01:00:00
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7.00 8.00 7.50 7.50 7.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 0.64 -4.45 -2.34 14
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23/7/2019
09:20
Vr Education Daily Update: Vr Education Holdings Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker VRE. The last closing price for Vr Education was 7.50p.
Vr Education Holdings Plc has a 4 week average price of 7.50p and a 12 week average price of 7.50p.
The 1 year high share price is 19.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 7.50p.
There are currently 193,136,406 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 148,721 shares. The market capitalisation of Vr Education Holdings Plc is £14,485,230.45.
11/7/2019
16:23
turbocharge: VRE Share Information Shares in issue: 193,136,406 Options & Warrants: 15,058,615 Fully Diluted: 208,195,021 Shares not in public hands: 80.50% The Company has no shares held in treasury. Significant Shareholders Octopus Investments Limited 20,700,000 10.7% Enterprise Ireland 18,998,760 9.8% Unicorn AIM VCT Plc 15,877,000 8.2% Suir Valley Ventures 13,940,580 7.2% Kernel Capital 13,157,200 6.8% Barry Downes* 13,047,200 6.8% David Whelan 38,665,000 20.0% Sandra Whelan 38,665,000 20.0% Richard Cooper 1,070,400 0.55% Mike Boyce 499,942 0.26% Tony Hanway 100,000 0.05% Seamus Larrissey 88,183 0.05%
23/1/2019
09:57
237gmoney: Hi Guys, I'm sorry to say I'm out now. While its good news that the company is going to release two new experiences this year, I will keep looking out for them with interest, I am disappointed that the Titanic VR experience could only generate EUR 100,000 revenue over the xmas period. I was hoping for much more. While I still think this company has massive potential I just think its going to be a slow burner, slower than I would like. The cash burn now over the next 12 months will be much higher with the extra staff and I would expect the company to try and raise more funds to promote ENGAGE further afield. I really hope the ENGAGE platform takes off but watching the share price of EVRH and IMMO decline over recent months has pushed me to sell my final holdings here. For others still holding just remember those that bought in at IPO will be able to sell after 12 months on 12 March. I'm not suggesting they will all sell but its something to keep note. One saving grace is all the warrants given at IPO are at 50% greater than IPO price and the options due not vest for at least another 12 months. However, the loan notes from 2015 and 2016 will be due in 2020 and 2021. VRE could renew these but will ultimately need to pay the loans back at some point. Best of Luck all. P.s. They should just call the new VR experience Dambusters! Easier to remember
03/1/2019
16:57
237gmoney: While I am a big fan of this company and can see the great potential here I am slightly concerned with what comes next. I am just thinking out loud here so please don't shoot me down. I would be interested to hear some others thoughts on this but looking at other AR/VR companies that are listed - EVRH, IMMO come to mind, they are both struggling a little in terms of share price momentum after having great starts - just like VRE. Much to do with cash burn and sales/revenue thus far I expect. While both the Apollo VR and Titanic VR experiences are fantastic, the Engage platform is the key to the companies success. Now that this has been commercially launched it is great but what we do not know is what potential sales revenue the company can generate from Engage, particularly in the short term. It was great that the company issued a revenue model based on the different types of usage the Engage platform offers but I would like the company to be more transparent with how much each version of Engage will cost. I suppose my concern is linked to what is happening at EVRH and IMMO - VRE only raised 6 million at IPO and the sales of both Apollo and Titanic will keep the company running for a while but they have said that they do not expect material revenues from Engage for a couple of years at least. If there is not another Apollo or Titanic VR experience in the pipeline then I can only see the cash pile falling away. Thought I would just share my views to see if there is something I am missing.
13/12/2018
11:24
237gmoney: The news has very much gone under the radar today it seems as there has hardly been any reaction to the share price so far.For a company of the size of VR Education to do a deal with Nokia and possibly Intel Corporation it's crazy to think VRE will stay at a £20m valuation for much longer....The train is about to leave that's for sure...
26/10/2018
10:34
237gmoney: A release before Christmas is so important as if the company misses that period all the hard work will be for nothing. The company needs to market the release in December time and concentrate on that. Cashflow is so important and the company only has two cashflow products that they can currently utilise - While the Engage product is important, we don't want the company to have to come back to to the market to raise more funds and dilute all the shareholders again pushing the share price down even more to get this off the ground.
10/9/2018
15:05
237gmoney: Am surprised with the drop in share price as the company was nominated for an award at the Venice film festival for its work for the BBC on the Berlin Blitz recently. Part of the problem is that we are in a closed window before results as the Directors cannot buy pre-results which are coming out on 18th. The results will not show the sales figures of the recent Titanic VR experience as this was just released post results. What it will show is how much cash is left in the bank post IPO which will give us a steer on how the company is going. The stock was oversubscribed at IPO so why is it not pushing higher now? Mkt cap now currently circ.£25m which is not very much if they still have say £5m cash in the bank. The company has been expanding its staff recently so has beefed up its capabilities to grow the company further next year. The Titanic VR app is currently selling for £14.99 on the rift but has not yet been deployed I think on the Playstation or PSVR. That could be a reason for the drop? Either way I just think this drop is short term - the company would be prime for a takeover at this level I think. Just IMO.
16/7/2018
09:22
237gmoney: Hazl..... I admire your enthusiasm....relax and breath... :) August is going to be a big month here and I am looking forward to it also. I would expect VRE share price to pick up some momentum again and push towards 30p on release of the Titanic experience app. I notice this morning that you can already buy a bundle on the Oculus Rift for £18.99 which includes the Titanic VR experince - not sure if this is the full version but it shows that the full release is not that far away! Https://www.oculus.com/experiences/rift/bundles/1851142431573909/
18/6/2018
10:01
237gmoney: Great to see the share price rebound quickly. Almost back to the highs of two weeks ago. The share price graph does look good with news that the Titantic VR experience is not that far away from it's commercial release.I think delaying the release of the Titantic VR experience it not necessarily a bad thing as it allows the company to really set the marketing machine up in full force behind it. As it is launching on so many different platforms all at once it just gives everyone a bit more time as well to promote it.Hopefully Oculus or HTC Vive give us a bigger slot as well as it will help sell headsets over the summer period.
21/5/2018
14:29
237gmoney: The share price just seems to keep rising today? The Company valuation in my last post is now out of date! :) Is there something else going on? Surely a director buy hasn't brought on a near 50% rise in the share price. Possibly another announcement coming maybe or has the market just woken up to this
16/4/2018
09:31
liamnich04: Not long to go for the Oculus Go.. "Facebook is reportedly planning to launch its Oculus Go standalone virtual reality headset at the company’s F8 developer conference this year. Variety reports that the VR headset is likely to make its debut at F8 in May, alongside Facebook’s promise of “the biggest AR / VR news from Facebook to date.” Should do well for EVRH and VRE share price as VR head sets become more "maintstream"
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