They have to offer 50% twice a week....wow! Is that twice as in two days, two diners, two slots...whatever it might be, so what? So the rest of the week they can reap the rewards of having bums on seats at 25%, 20%, 2 for 1 etc
Do your own research and stop trying to spin the lie that restaurants are against a deal that requires them to add a couple of 50% discounts in any full week, it wouldn`t matter a jot!
Scottman, have a look at the deal details on the app or website to get an idea of the variations of deals on offer, click on the `details` tab alongside each restaurant.
ps have a look at how many have `sold out` slots aswell.
Thebig, this one gives every aspect of chart patterns, indicators and analysis. Just focuses on charts.
I`m going to correct myself before one of the eagle eyed well researched amoungst you does it for me, but it does come with a bonus!
I said that the 50% discount gets Dish a payment of £1, but having thought back I seem to remember that the 50% deal is worth 50p/person to Dish, and the 25% discount is worth £1, which sounds like the right way round. And there lies the bonus, because if you look at the app or website and click on the `deal details` link for any particular restaurant, as I did earlier, you`ll see that the majority of deals offered seem to be the 25% discount with some just offering that deal all day, and all night long! Which also brings in to question whether the main thrust of the model for filling seats at quieter times, is how all of the sign ups are using it, and some are obviously just filling seats at any times to bring in cashflow.
The freedom to have that control must be quite attractive I would have thought.
Just been having a look at some of the 39 restaurants in Bournemouth. Quite a variation of how they use Bigdish, from 20% discounts at odd times like the 6:30 booking slot, to another offering 50% for the first half hour slot between 12:30-1:00pm then 25% for every other slot right through to the last slot at 10:00pm....others off the full 50% discount right through. So its obvious that they are using Dish to suit their different business needs.
Also note in the fine print that you need to purchase one drink each person to get the discount, but you`re always going to do that anyway so hardly a deal breaker.
Just to add, the other part of the offer that you seem to shout the loudest about is this theory that Bigdish `force` restaurants into offering 50% off across the board. Thats also nonsense, and shows that you don`t actually research what you are waffling about!
If you took the time to download the app (currently 50,000+ according to the Android playstore) you will be able to see that the restaurants decide which time of day to offer which particular deals `up to 50% discount`!!!!!!
The deals include 50% off, 25% off and 2for1.
Its not like a New York mobster racketeering or protection racket where they go in their with a 1928 Tommy gun and say `give customers a 50% discount or the cutlery gets it`! Ha ha ha ha.
You`re either an idiot or a conscious spreader of fake news...which one?
Business model is 50% discount = 50p
600 bookings in one month = £300 Wow...Rtrump
This time your maths is correct but your understanding is all over the place.
The 50% discount represents £1 per diner for Dish, not 50p.
And the 600 bookings was for one restaurant, for one month, so even if you took each restaurant on the app today (114) to have 2 diners per day, so 10% of the 600 bookings record so far, it would generate almost £7000/month......4 diners per restaurant per day = £14000/month and so on....and planned to rise `significantly` as time ticks on in to the hyper growth stage.
You know people are desperate when they post an article over 15 months old..ha ha ha, get real man!
It states within it that ` Your international leading claims are laid bare by the 60 or so followers BigDish has on twitter.
So now back to the reality of today and Bigdish have 1037 followers and rising daily.
The hyper growth stage is getting closer, the team are working flat out to put all the different ducks in a row and the company will be unrecognisable by 2021...fully funded to reach that goal.
The Bigdish Twitter page is increasing its followers daily, the word is getting out and will spread exponentially going forward with the new multi-media plans.
One restaurant clocked up 600 Dish diners in April, and I don`t suppose that then went to zero for May and June, so revenue is coming in to add to the recent £2.1m fundraising.
No other company is offering the same model as Dish, they fill empty tables in the quieter times, so less food waste, cashflow positive for the restaurants with high margin drinks at normal prices as an extra incentive.
Bigdish are unique in their space.
Group trial soon, which if successful will transform the rate of revenue further.
Sanj mentioned in his interview today that there will be `new` revenue streams.
This 5p period will be looked back at as `the `time to get in, which don`t forget is pretty much half price to the recent high...just as the hyper growth stage approaches!!
Its always a good sign to see a discussion bombarded with frantic posts by a few so called `derampers`.
They know a good stock when they smell it, particularly a young techy type growth stock such as this one. They know it will be big, that`s why they want in, they just don`t want to pay the value price....they want them cheap!
So think of it as a disguised endorsement, otherwise why would they almost gang up on the positive holders all day, responding to every pro Dish comment and making up fake news like the `no news till Sept` waffle and the tech partnership was the listing with jobsearch platforms to recruit managers...waffle!
Why would they do that, do they just like an argument, or is it that they got burned buying higher then sold at a loss, are they so compassionate towards their fellow humans that they feel the need to warn us all of our imminent collective financial doom....or are they all just in a desperate frenzy to talk the price down because they want in low so bad!!!
How apt that one of those is no less than `trump, who`s namesake pretty much invented the term `fake news`!
British Bulls just works on candlestick patterns, and has almost no relevance on this particular stock, at this particular time because everyone knows that its news driven. Suffice to say that we are now in a holding, or consolidation, period with the price trading within a range between ~28p & ~32p.
Some techies would note that the price is being squeezed in a sideways wedge, and thus would expect price to break out of that pattern one way or the other....reasonably soon!
The Bullish Harami pattern which British Bulls has signalled is a two day pattern which completed yesterday, it is regarded to be most effective as a pivot point or `bottom` (or top) signal suggesting a reversal of trend.
Seems like a good tie up to me, there also seems to be a bit of enthusiasm to make Bigdish a household name....!
Word will spread because a money saving tip will spread the word.
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Scottman, the awards company creates exposure to 3500 restaurants, so hardly insignificant.
Also, the confirmation that a chain is prepared to test the Bigdish model suggests that they believe it could work for them.
So as far as I`m concerned both parts of the RNS are very worthwhile and welcome.
And Drax, you can keep your gob shut too, you`re just part of the deramp team...as in your latest Dish deramp here.....
``Significant news is not really on the agenda before the new sales force hits the road sometime in September. This will see the sp hovering between the high 3ps and low 4ps.``
Pipe and smoke it springs to mind for all those `no news until Sept` propagandists!