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Market Cap $85.09 million
P/E Ratio N/A
Dividend Yield 0.00%
Shares Outstanding 71.50 million
Earnings per share -0.031
Dividend per share N/A
Year To Date Return -43.53%
Earnings Yield N/A
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  • Camplify Holdings Ltd (ASX: CHL)
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Founded in Newcastle, Australia, in 2015, Camplify listed on the ASX on 28 June 2021.

    No, Camplify has not yet paid any dividends.

    CHL ASX Announcements

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    About Camplify Holdings Ltd

    Camplify Holdings Ltd (ASX: CHL) is a peer-to-peer digital marketplace platform that connects recreational vehicle owners to hirers. The platform allows private owners of caravans and motorhomes to hire out their vehicles to those looking to rent an RV for a period of time. It operates in Australia, New Zealand, the UK, and Europe.

    CHL Share Price History Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Date Close Change % Change Volume Open High Low
    11 Jun 2024 $1.27 $0.01 0.80% 17,047 $1.27 $1.29 $1.27
    07 Jun 2024 $1.25 $-0.02 -1.57% 27,137 $1.25 $1.30 $1.24
    06 Jun 2024 $1.28 $0.00 0.00% 46,040 $1.28 $1.33 $1.25
    05 Jun 2024 $1.28 $0.01 0.79% 44,067 $1.25 $1.29 $1.25
    04 Jun 2024 $1.26 $0.01 0.80% 81,092 $1.25 $1.29 $1.22
    03 Jun 2024 $1.25 $-0.20 -13.79% 172,069 $1.45 $1.45 $1.25
    31 May 2024 $1.45 $-0.04 -2.68% 51,581 $1.49 $1.54 $1.45
    30 May 2024 $1.49 $-0.06 -3.87% 49,696 $1.53 $1.56 $1.47
    29 May 2024 $1.55 $0.03 1.97% 73,249 $1.52 $1.57 $1.52
    28 May 2024 $1.52 $0.00 0.00% 74,997 $1.53 $1.54 $1.52
    27 May 2024 $1.52 $0.00 0.00% 15,857 $1.52 $1.56 $1.52
    24 May 2024 $1.52 $0.05 3.40% 122,318 $1.50 $1.52 $1.46
    23 May 2024 $1.47 $-0.03 -2.00% 116,073 $1.50 $1.50 $1.45
    22 May 2024 $1.50 $0.15 11.11% 175,880 $1.36 $1.50 $1.36
    21 May 2024 $1.35 $0.06 4.63% 71,025 $1.34 $1.36 $1.32
    20 May 2024 $1.30 $0.07 5.69% 177,718 $1.24 $1.34 $1.24
    17 May 2024 $1.23 $0.02 1.65% 139,257 $1.25 $1.25 $1.15
    16 May 2024 $1.21 $0.11 10.00% 682,085 $1.17 $1.25 $1.14
    15 May 2024 $1.10 $-0.36 -24.66% 1,338,550 $1.45 $1.46 $1.09
    14 May 2024 $1.46 $-0.06 -3.95% 125,329 $1.57 $1.57 $1.45

    Director Transactions Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Date Director Type Amount Value Notes
    19 Mar 2024 Justin Hales Issued 247,058 $484,233
    Issue of options. As per announcement on 22-03-2024
    11 Mar 2024 Karl Trouchet Buy 31,300 $56,493
    On-market trade.
    22 Feb 2024 Justin Hales Buy 10,500 $20,229
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    Directors & Management Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Name Title Start Date Profile
    Mr Trent Bagnall Non-Executive ChairmanNon-Executive Director Jan 2021
    Mr Bagnall led QMASTOR to an ASX listing, and then acquisition. Trent has a passion for governance and is experienced in growing companies of all sizes. In 2014, he established Slingshot's Corporate Innovation Accelerator Program which has since helped launch over 200 tech start-ups Australia wide. The company was a participant in the program and Trent was a founding Board member. He is currently CEO of The Melt, one of Australia's first Advanced Manufacturing hubs, Partner at Melt Ventures and was previously a Professor of Practice in Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Newcastle and is currently a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors.
    Mr Andrew John McEvoy Non-Executive Director Apr 2021
    Mr McEvoy has more than 25 years of experience in the tourism, media, marketing, and events sectors. Andrew was the Chairman of the Lux Group (owner of Luxury Escapes) and a Director at Voyages Indigenous Tourism Australia. He was the architect of the Tourism 2020 plan designed to double the value of overnight tourism in Australia with a focus on aviation growth, product development and experience-based marketing. Andrew was CEO of the South Australian Tourism Commission and held senior roles including as head of marketing for the Melbourne Convention and Visitor Bureau. He is Chair of Risk Committee.
    Mr Karl Roy Louis Trouchet Non-Executive Director Jan 2021
    Mr Trouchet has been involved in driving the Apollo business forward, developing and managing new initiatives across all divisions of Apollo. In 2019, he was appointed Executive Director Strategy and Special Projects to allow him to focus on executing Apollo's growth strategy to become the global RV solution. This has included navigating the acquisition of six RV businesses across Australia, Europe, and North America. Karl has served on the board of the company since ATL's investment in 2017. He is currently a non-executive director of Village National Holdings Limited, an unlisted public company that provides accommodation services to the mining sector. He is member of the Risk Committee.
    Ms Helen Jessica Souness Non-Executive Director Apr 2021
    Ms Souness more than 30 years of commercial experience working in digital strategy, marketing and product and leading a range of digital companies around the world. As an Executive Helen worked in companies including 02 and Lonely Planet and marketplaces like SEEK where she was Marketing Director, Envato as GM of the marketplaces and Etsy where she was the MD of Asia. Alongside Camplify Board, Helen has a portfolio of interests including Venture Partner in seed stage VC fund Rampersand, Chair of Education Perfect Board and a range of advisory and consulting roles to Universities, Government, and digital scale up businesses.
    Mr Justin Hales FounderChief Executive OfficerManaging Director Jan 2021
    Mr Hales he has been building a brand, a community and growing the platform to generate revenue and expand the customer base. This includes the company's expansion into overseas markets. He is recognised as an industry expert in digital, ecommerce, and marketplaces having lectured at the University of Newcastle, Queensland University of Technology and The University of Adelaide, together with various industry seminars and events (including the Global Risk Summit) on these subjects. Justin has won numerous awards for his entrepreneurial successes including two Young Entrepreneur of the Year (Tourism & Hospitality) awards. He is member of the Risk Committee.
    Ms Stephanie Jane Hinds Non-Executive Director Jan 2021
    Ms Hinds is recognized as a technology expert in the accounting industry and has over 20 years of experience delivering financial, leadership and business advice to startups, scaleups and businesses. Stephanie has been part of the company's Board since 2017 and sits on several other advisory boards of tech startups.
    Mr Shaun Richard Mahony Company Secretary
    Andrea MacDougall Chief Financial Officer
    Shaun Richard Mahony Company Secretary

    Top Shareholders Data provided by Morningstar.

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    Citicorp Nominees Pty Limited 9,589,214 13.41%
    Bbfehse Gmbh 7,161,800 10.02%
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    The Hales Bought A Farm Fund Pty Ltd 5,519,110 7.72%
    Russmedia Equity Partners Establishment 5,477,791 7.66%
    Th2Connect Lp 3,215,781 4.50%
    Adevinta Ventures As 2,256,188 3.16%
    Mairdumont Ventures Gmbh 2,054,171 2.87%
    National Nominees Limited 1,886,461 2.64%
    Toronto Boulevard Pty Ltd 1,482,290 2.07%
    Hsbc Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited 1,418,342 1.98%
    Franziska Schulz 1,348,415 1.89%
    Bnp Paribas Nominees Pty Ltd 1,201,395 1.68%
    Whp Investment Pty Ltd 1,000,000 1.40%
    Bnp Paribas Noms Pty Ltd 870,970 1.22%
    HSBC Custody Nominees (Australia) Limited A/C 2 686,405 0.96%
    Marclaire Pty Ltd 600,000 0.84%
    Lios Ventures Gmbh (Vormals Leo53 Investment Gmbh) 543,390 0.76%
    Crews Family Pty Ltd 540,000 0.76%
    Mjfp, Llc 537,810 0.75%