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Member Since: Wed, 9th Aug 2017

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 780
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 14

Last Posted: Fri 16:49

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Fri 16:49

Thanks Truro

@1.14 i have no idea if this can be a sell or buy, not from today

Delayed trades anyone?
Fri 16:39

Sells @ 1.14???
Fri 16:30

Sells in the millions???
Thu 15:51


Anyone know what this means and is it gd news?

15 May '19

Was happen here, all gone quiet. Two weeks go we hit 1.20

Was it just a pump and how long we got till AIM suspension, August???
14 May '19

Wow where did that £155K trade @ 1.34 come from!!!
10 May '19

On the up we go!!!
3 May '19

Hes sold out there just trading shorters
3 May '19

Monty you were saying...............

Brighton should be with us in the next couple of weeks...

Volumes are steadily increasing which is gd to see and so is the SP :)
2 May '19

Up it goes......:)
2 May '19

Anyone have a link for the interview?

Meeting @ZaksTradersCafe today to talk @bigdishIR and tech
1 May '19

ART noy yet live, just checked?
29 Apr '19

The doubters are kicking themselves now...

Should of bought in below £1, bargain!
26 Apr '19

Start of Cenkos Note FY18A has been a transformational year for FFX in terms of financial and operational delivery. The company confirms today that FY19E has started positively with +43% rise in Q1 revenues. With further operating leverage to come through in FY19E, we see great value in the current share price.
18 Apr '19

Any news on the new areas Brighton cant remember other area, coming in April/May?
18 Apr '19

Positive article, it states share price at 122p when actually 126.5p
17 Apr '19

How many territory managers so we have at present 3?

In order to roll-out through the UK, I assume we will need a team of at least 10 to start the roll-out?
17 Apr '19

True but Bournemouth is a large area and this will help to raise awareness and appeal to not only the locals but people visiting
17 Apr '19

Beep have you seen the suggestion with summer on he doorstep about advertising in seaside towns such as Bournemouth and Brighton a massive screen that is seen by footfall of thousands and its inexpensive while effective.

Could you please forward this to the management, Aiden and your share group to loo at please..

to advertise at a seaside town such as Bournemouth for a very reasonable outlay is on the pier on the 11 meters wide LED screen. For yearly advertising of £375 a month, BigDish could: {From website}: "Gain the opportunity to reach over 6 MILLION visitors and locals a year easily on Bournemouth’s no.1 landmark! Cover every event and celebration throughout the year with ease. For example, in 2016 Bournemouth over 2 million visitors walked along Bournemouth Pier 400,000 local residents regularly visit Bournemouth Promenade Benefits of advertising on the Bournemouth Pier LED screen: Prominent screen location Great for raising brand awareness, advertising special offers Advert will be seen 150 times per day Operates 365 days a year Operates for 15 hours a day 8am – 11pm The LED screen is 11 meters wide and can be seen by the public from beach, promenade and nearby Bath Road flyover (overlooking pier). Http://

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