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Pantaflix

Progress across the business

Update | Technology | 11 Oct 2018

While the growth of the video on demand (VoD) platform will likely take the plaudits, Pantaflix’s film production business has continued its strong run of ramping up both the quality and volume of content. Continued investment in both businesses saw net losses expand to EUR 4.4m in H118. However, the film production business has a strong pipeline and the VoD platform is growing rapidly. Despite the premium rating, further improvements to the newly launched KPIs or the announcement of additional partnerships could drive upside.

Pantaflix

An excellent 2017 sets the stage for 2018

Update | Technology | 10 May 2018

Stefan Langefeld’s promotion to CEO is a strong validation of Pantaflix’s commitment to its disruptive VOD platform, where it continues to improve functionality and distribution. However, in 2017 it was the excellent performance of the production business that underpinned the 152% increase in revenues and return to operating profitability for the group.

Pantaflix

Name change reflects VOD strategy

Update | Technology | 12 Oct 2017

Pantaflix has undergone significant transition over H117. The newly renamed company has delivered a number of functional improvements to its eponymous VOD platform, which has now begun to record revenues, and is expected to drive growth. Furthermore, the film production business continues to perform strongly. While we see risk to estimates, we do not believe that these should be the basis on which investors gauge the opportunity to participate in a disruptive, global VOD platform.

Pantaflix

Ambitious VOD strategy

Initiation | Technology | 10 Jul 2017

The launch of global video-on-demand (VOD) platform PANTAFLIX at the end of 2016 and the recent announcement of a new JV in China could prove transformative for Pantaleon, traditionally known for its hit film productions. The market opportunity is significant, it has a first-mover advantage and capital risk is limited. Although at an early stage of development, the direction of travel is positive and the shares have started to reflect the potential.