If you’re interested in gaining exposure to the small side of the market, then you might want to look at the small cap ASX shares listed below.
Here’s why these small cap ASX shares are ones to watch:
Damstra Holdings Ltd (ASX: DTC)
The first small cap to watch is Damstra. It is a growing integrated workplace management solutions provider which provides a cloud-based workplace management platform that is used by businesses globally. Its platform allows users to track, manage, and protect their workers and assets. Demand has been growing strongly in recent years and has continued in FY 2021. For example, during the third quarter, Damstra’s revenue increased 66% on the prior corresponding period to $6.9 million. This followed its highest ever monthly revenue in March and was underpinned by a 61% increase in active users to 689,000.
MyDeal.com.au Limited (ASX: MYD)
Another small cap to look at is MyDeal.com.au. It is an online retail marketplace with a focus on homewares, furniture, and technology. Like other ecommerce companies, MyDeal has been growing strongly over the last 12 months. This led to the company recently reporting full year sales growth of 111.1% to $218.1 million for the 12 months ended 30 June. This was underpinned by an 83.1% increase in customer numbers to 894,225 and significant momentum in Private Label sales during FY 2021.
Pointerra Ltd (ASX: 3DP)
A final small cap share to watch is Pointerra. It is a technology company that provides a powerful cloud-based solution for managing, visualising, and sharing massive 3D point clouds and datasets. Pointerra’s platform is able to extract vital information from the data that would otherwise take many hours to do. At the end of April, the company’s annualised contract value (ACV) stood at US$7.89 million. This is still only a very small fraction of a total market opportunity that management estimates is worth US$500 billion.