Innovana Thinklabs Limited has disclosed a bonus issue of 1,02,50,000 bonus equity shares in a 1:1 ratio, which implies there would be one additional equity Bonus share issued for every existing equity Share issued at the same price.
The record date for the same has been set by the board to be March 30, 2023. Today’s stock market participants have shown no interest in the company‘s shares.
Despite the aforementioned, the stock has managed to give its investors Multibagger returns of about 700% over the course of three years. This indicates that if someone had invested Rs. 1,000,000 in the stock, it would have grown to Rs. 8,000,000 in three years.
Software and application development firm Innovana Thinklabs Limited offers services to create new applications and improve the operation of users’ current software products.
- Innovana Thinklabs Limited has disclosed a bonus issue of 1,02,50,000 bonus equity shares.
- The stock has managed to give its investors Multibagger returns of about 700%.
- The company’s profitability statistics have improved, with ROE rising from 26.74% to 28.14%.
It has created a wide range of items, which have established their presence and popularity in more than 126 countries across 13 distinct languages. The company is in charge of its operations from its registered office in Jaipur, Rajasthan.
If you look closely at the data, you’ll see that the revenues and net profits have increased year over year. In FY21–22, revenues increased from Rs 56.6 crores to Rs 57.6 crores. A change from Rs 15.55 crores in FY20-21 to Rs 21.5 crores in FY21-22 was also indicated by the net profit numbers.
Additionally, the net profit margins increased from 27.48 to 37.28 percent from FY20 to FY21. Over the past four fiscal years, the company has demonstrated its ability to enhance its current ratios with an eye towards liquidity, with the most recent change occurring from 1.15 in FY20-21 to 1.39 in FY21-22.
In addition, the company’s profitability statistics have improved, with ROE rising from 26.74 percent in FY20-21 to 28.14 percent in FY21-22.
The ROCE data changed from 32.27 percent in FY20-21 to 34.79 percent in FY21-22, with the exception of the aforementioned criterion.