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Member Since: Mon, 17th Nov 2014

Number of Share Chat Posts (all time): 389
Number of Share Chat Posts (last 30 days): 48

Last Posted: Thu 12:55


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Thu 12:55

Did anyone listen to webinar ? How was jt
Thu 09:08

I just bought an additional 275,318 shs...this is going substantially higher
Wed 17:59

On advfn, i said what i wrote below re bigdish vs Tastecard as a counter to need for cash etc: "bigdish doesn't have a physical card then cost of sales will be lower than Tastecard too.lso a physical product requires more support staff. Tastecard's tech is in the UK vs Bigdish's is in Asia hence Bigdish's admin costs will never reach theirs....another positive for DISH!!! Those earlier worrying about cash should take all this into account and this is im sure why management are not expressing any real rush to raise money via placings etc. .as costs are very much under control.
Also based on Tastecard turnover and the number of members they have which is about 3m the average fee per diner per year is £3.
If the average BigDish user books with 2.5 person per time at 50p or £1 per head and dines out only 6 times per year then BigDish will make £7.50 to £15 per year per customer and has no physical product to deliver or postage fees
Wed 12:08

Drax, u are transforming into Jsmith lol...relax
Sat 17:23

Concept is already proven not just in Asia but also via The Fork in France and also in the UK via Table Pouncer, acquired by Bigdish...furthermore, there are other potential revenue streams which the chairman has eluded to in the past e.g. premium slots etc etc
15 May '19

https://techcrunch.com/2019/05/15/american-express-is-acquiring-resy/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

American express just acquired a restaurant booking platform start-up
Further proof we are in the right sphere
15 May '19

See RNS 30th Jan

" I intend to bring that same philosophy to BigDish and management fully expect that we will achieve break even in our first two territories within 2H 2019.""
10 May '19

My fear is that Aidan will sell the company too early...I hope he let's the co grow and grow
10 May '19

We should be persuading shareholders of justeat to switch to Bigdish...get on to their bb..I just posted their on ADVFN
10 May '19

You guys should be accumulating bigdish plc...opposite biz model to justeat...
BigDish is different from all of the above. They are a yield management platform. They don't do food delivery and we are not a pure discovery platform although you can discover great restaurants on BigDish. They are not a general reservation platform and they are not a voucher or Groupon type of company.

The restaurant sector is plagued by old fashioned and out dated business models like restaurant discount cards. These old business models generally generate no big data and usually the consumer (or someone pays) and are typically inflexible to restaurants. This is what BigDish is seeking to disrupt with our data driven business model. They are a free consumer product and offer restaurants flexibility. This is what yield management is all about. They are a young company and they are at the beginning of our journey

Mkt cap about £8mn only vs Tastecard sold for £100 mn
10 May '19

The chart looking bullish..higher lows formed recently. Time to aggressively get on board....these current share prices will look ridiculously cheap in a year's time
8 May '19

RNS today

The Company is pleased to announce that both Basingstoke and Exeter are now live on the BigDish app (the "app") as part of Territory 1 and 2 respectively. In addition, Winchester in Territory 1, Swindon and Taunton in Territory 2, and Brighton in Territory 3 are expected to go live around the end of May. Furthermore, the Company is pleased to announce that it is preparing to set its sights on the London commuter towns.

Sanj Naha, CEO said:

"We are very happy with the expansion progress at BigDish. Since our successful launch in Bournemouth in January, we have added a further five locations, most recently Exeter and Basingstoke at the beginning of May. We are delighted to announce that we expect Brighton, Swindon, Taunton and Winchester to go live around end of May. Beyond that, we are preparing to set our sights on the London commuter towns, which we expect to provide strong exposure to growth. I look forward to updating the market in the coming weeks."
7 May '19

Bristol has already been added but we are at 2.85p lol
😂
3 May '19

Today should give an idea on upcoming news flow over the coming months as more and more locations come online..
Hope everyone notices how quiet Jsmith is today...he never acknowledges good news
3 May '19

10 in Exeter and 7 in Basingstoke....great stuff and Brighton soon
3 May '19

Exeter back up now
3 May '19

Apparently they've temporarily taken it off as adding some data...will be up in an hour or so
3 May '19

Actually 7 in Basingstoke now and 6 in Exeter
3 May '19

Exeter now live with 5 restaurants already
3 May '19

Basingstoke gone live with 6 restaurants now


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