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FINANCIAL CHRONICLE™ » CORPORATE CHRONICLE™ » KPHL vs. HBS

KPHL vs. HBS

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1KPHL vs. HBS Empty KPHL vs. HBS Fri Jan 07, 2022 12:49 pm

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KPHL vs. HBS Screen75


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2KPHL vs. HBS Empty Re: KPHL vs. HBS Fri Jan 07, 2022 12:55 pm

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3KPHL vs. HBS Empty Re: KPHL vs. HBS Fri Jan 07, 2022 1:19 pm

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KPHL.N0000


52W High: 24.4
Trail EPS: 1.34
P/E Ratio: 18.22


HBS.N0000


52W High: 35.50
Trail EPS: 0.79
P/E Ratio: 44.76


*KPHL is highly undervalued compared to HBS, if it's compared to HBS's 52W High P/E Ratio, KPHL has 162.7% upside potential to move in upcoming weeks like HBS!


KPHL Fair Value: 59.90

4KPHL vs. HBS Empty Re: KPHL vs. HBS Fri Jan 07, 2022 10:54 pm

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IPO was oversubscribed 5.8x.

The retail category investors were allotted almost 100% of the shares they applied. Also, unit trusts were given 96%. Given the level of oversubscription, nonretail investors (applications over Rs 100k in value) got an average of 8.7% applied.

If you were not allotted all the shares that you applied for, the opportunity is out there from tomorrow to do so via the CSE.

I would like to personally thank you for the trust placed in us. Kapruka team and I are excited to propel the company to the next growth stage this year. E-commerce in Sri Lanka is still 1% of retail, which means our runway is exponential.

Dulith Herath - Chairman and Founder - Kapruka Holdings Ltd


*Kapruka is a company built by Dulith Herath himself from $1000 to $14 million dollars worth company! After an initial public offering, now you have the opportunity to buy shares of kapruka through CSE! So don't miss it!

5KPHL vs. HBS Empty Re: KPHL vs. HBS Wed Jan 12, 2022 12:34 am

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Kapruka Holdings Limited, the pioneering e-commerce platform that has evolved into Sri Lanka’s largest locally owned e-com platform, announced plans for the launch of Kapruka B2B; a dedicated B2B platform for bulk purchases. The platform which combines the convenience, value and reliability of Kapruka’s high quality order fulfilment with other value-added features, is aimed at helping businesses streamline their purchasing operations. Kapruka B2B is one of the several new initiatives the Company wishes to fund through its upcoming IPO.

Discussing plans for the launch of Kapruka B2B, Dulith Herath – Founder and CEO said, “The demand for B2B ecommerce solutions is growing exponentially, worldwide, and this trend is catching on here too. The time is now ripe for a locally grown, world class B2B ecommerce solution. Thus, Kapruka B2B, backed by Kapruka’s expertise, reputation and quality of order fulfilment, will help lead the way to creating a vibrant B2B ecommerce marketplace in Sri Lanka. Global giants like Amazon and Alibaba have led the way in this and created huge B2B marketplaces worth trillions of dollars. Our own research also indicates that many businesses in Sri Lanka, big and small, are looking to do their purchasing online. Thus, we see immense potential in this new initiative, which will be partly financed by the capital we intend to raise through our IPO.”

Kapruka B2B will be operated by Kapruka E-commerce (Private) Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Kapruka Holdings Limited. The B2B marketplace will launch with a focus on grocery items and will later expand to include other categories of wholesale goods including fruits, vegetables and other products. The Company expects to channel 55.5 million rupees from the IPO proceeds towards the Kapruka B2B platform, with development and implementation scheduled to be completed in phases across 2023 and 2024.

The Company plans to use the IPO proceeds to fund its expansion and growth plans, which include upgrading existing technology and infrastructure, alongside launching Kapruka Platform Services, which will carry several new initiatives such as Kapruka B2B.

Founded in 2002, Kapruka is Sri Lanka’s first and largest locally owned e-commerce enterprise. The company, through its website, facilitates online purchases of goods for its Sri Lankan and expatriate customer base. The Company has a well-integrated supply chain and sells its own-label products, predominantly, Kapruka cakes, flowers and value-added fruits and vegetables.


https://island.lk/kapruka-to-play-a-dominant-role-in-b2b-e-commerce-marketplace/

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