Nightingale Health Plc Financial Statements Release 1 July 2020 – 30 June 2021

Nightingale Health Plc Financial Statements Release 1 July 2020 – 30 June 2021 (unaudited)

Company Release, 15 September 2021 at 9:00 a.m. (EEST)

Nightingale’s Financial Statements Release: International growth through the IPO

This release is a summary of Nightingale Health Plc’s Financial Statements Release from financial year 1 July 2020 – 30 June 2021. The full Financial Statements Release is attached to this release.

Numbers presented in brackets refer to corresponding year-on-year period unless otherwise stated.

January–June 2021 key financials

  • Revenue was EUR 1.07 (1.23) million
  • EBITDA was EUR -2.60 (-1.37) million
  • Operating profit (loss) was EUR -2.88 (-1.48) million
  • Net income (loss) for the period was EUR -8.19 (-1,67) million
  • Unadjusted earnings per share (EPS) was EUR -0.16 (-0.05)
  • Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the period were EUR 113.81 (0.90) million
  • Nightingale raised gross proceeds of EUR 110 million in its initial public offering

July 2020–June 2021 key financials

  • Revenue was EUR 2.08 (1.78) million
  • EBITDA was EUR -4.75 (-3.11) million
  • Operating profit (loss) was EUR -5.22 (-3.34) million
  • Net income (loss) was EUR -11.19 (-3.73) million
  • Unadjusted earnings per share (EPS) was EUR -0.27 (-0.11)

Significant events during financial year July 2020–June 2021

  • During July–September 2020, Nightingale’s blood analysis technology was used in ground-breaking new medical research analysing samples from UK Biobank. Among the research findings a connection was detected between the blood biomarkers measured by Nightingale and the serious form of the COVID-19 infection.
  • In December 2020, Timo Soininen was appointed as Chairman of the Board of Directors.
  • In January 2021, Leena Niemistö was appointed to the Board of Directors. Nightingale was also granted the information security certification ISO27001.
  • In February 2021, Nightingale and Estonian Biobank started a strategic collaboration aimed at bringing Nightingale’s technology for national use in Estonia. Additionally, Nightingale announced the acceleration of the availability of its at-home blood testing solution by launching an early-access pilot for 10,000 consumers in Finland.
  • In March 2021, trading in Nightingale’s Series B shares commenced on the Nasdaq First North Growth Market Finland marketplace. The company raised gross proceeds of approximately EUR 110 million in the IPO.
  • In April 2021, Nightingale’s fully owned subsidiary received clinical laboratory certification in Japan. Additionally, Nightingale entered into a strategic partnership with Finland’s largest health service company Terveystalo. Nightingale also entered into a service agreement with Mitsui & Co., Ltd.’s subsidiary Welltus to sell health and well-being services in Japan.
  • In May 2021, Nightingale formed a strategic partnership with Europe’s leading software development and design company Reaktor to accelerate Nightingale’s international growth.
  • In June 2021, Nightingale successfully completed the first stage of its at-home blood testing pilot. Nightingale also secured the global scalability of its at-home blood testing solution by partnering with world leading at-home blood collection device manufacturer Weavr with new commercial terms and a minority investment.

Key figures

EUR thousand Group
1–6/2021 1–6/2020 2020–2021 2019–2020*) 2018–2019*)
Revenue 1,068 1,228 2,081 1,781 2,063
EBITDA -2,601 -1,365 -4,752 -3,116 -3,555
Operating profit (loss) -2,883 -1,478 -5,222 -3,342 -3,783
Net income (loss) for the financial period -8,186 -1,672 -11,192 -3,731 -4,020
Equity ratio, % 94% 37% 94% 37% 40%
Net debt to equity ratio, % -87% 56% -87% 56% 14%
Balance sheet total 134,191 23,791 134,191 23,791 14,405
Number of employees on average 58 97 76 92 61
Personnel expenses 1,663 969 2,649 1,639 2,150
Investments in tangible and intangible assets 1,751 4,660 3,134 8,186 3,045
Cash and cash equivalents at the end of the financial period 113,807 905 113,807 905 6,473
Earnings per share (EPS), undiluted and diluted**, EUR -0,16*** -0,05 -0,27*** -0,11 -0,12

*) Unaudited Group-level figures calculated for the IPO-related offering circular.
**) The company’s potential dilutive instruments consist of EMP shares and stock options. As the company’s business has been unprofitable EMP shares and stock options would have an anti-dilutive effect and therefore they are not taken into account in calculating the dilutive loss per share. Thus, there is no difference between the undiluted and diluted earnings per share.
***) IPO-related costs have been taken into account in the profit (loss) used in the earnings per share calculation.

CEO Teemu Suna: World-class achievements

We founded Nightingale to create a more intelligent and proactive way to take care of health. Our mission is to bring advanced medical tools within everyone’s reach to enable longer healthy lives. Since founding the company, our objective has been to create world-leading preventative health tools. The journey towards our goals requires the ability to make rapid progress and to achieve world-class results.

Our blood analysis technology has been proven to be top of its class internationally. The viability of the technology has been validated extensively by more than 300 peer-reviewed studies, and it has passed the stringent EU-wide regulatory requirements for medical devices.

During the financial period that ended in June 2021, we successfully leveraged the excellent international position of our technology and received considerable support for our growth through the listing on Nasdaq Helsinki’s First North Growth Market Finland. In practice, this has enabled rapid progress in several markets.

In Finland, the largest health care service provider Terveystalo decided to start using Nightingale’s blood analysis technology. Terveystalo will launch a new service utilizing Nightingale’s technology to all its customers in autumn 2021. The aim is to provide customers with new kind of health information through a wellness service that is not available elsewhere. The collaboration is a significant step forward that demonstrates the suitability of Nightingale’s technology in large-scale use in health care services.

In Estonia, the use of Nightingale’s technology is moving forward towards nationwide scale. A strategic partnership with the Estonian Biobank includes an agreement on the analysis of 200,000 Estonian samples. The Estonian Biobank samples broadly represent the distribution of Estonia’s population and thus create excellent circumstances for expanding the use of Nightingale’s technology to the national level. We expect the partnership in Estonia to be a considerable breakthrough in our mission to make Nightingale’s technology a tool for promoting the health and well-being of entire populations.

In the United Kingdom, Nightingale’s collaboration with UK Biobank, the world’s most famous and extensive health data bank, has produced novel medical breakthroughs during the financial period. The new discoveries include, among others, a connection between blood biomarkers measured by Nightingale and severe form of the COVID-19 disease. Nightingale has agreed upon the analysis of all 500,000 UK Biobank samples, and the benefits of the strategic partnership are expected to significantly accelerate both top medical research globally and the use of Nightingale’s technology in preventive health and well-being applications.

We commenced operations in Nightingale’s laboratory in Japan. Achieving clinical laboratory certification enabled us to launch commercial services in Japan. We signed an agreement on the sale of health and well-being services with Welltus, a subsidiary of the Japanese conglomerate Mitsui & Co., Ltd. Japan has very stringent quality requirements for health services, which makes the successes we achieved during the financial period a considerable step forward as we expand our commercial operations to new, significant markets.

In the United States, Nightingale deepened its strategic partnership with Weavr Health, one of the leading global manufacturers of at-home blood collection devices. The partnership ensures the international scalability and availability of Nightingale’s at-home test. The agreement is especially noteworthy, as we believe that preventive health care services should extend to people’s everyday lives and that the best possible health information should be accessible at home. During the financial period, we started an extensive at-home testing pilot, and the aim is to launch a commercial service based on the at-home testing solution during the financial period that began in July 2021.

I am extremely proud of and want to thank the Nightingale team, who have successfully adapted to operating as a publicly listed company and achieved major objectives during the financial period. This creates an excellent basis for us to continue building Nightingale towards international success, and I am very excited about what we can achieve during the current financial year 2021–2022.

Finally, I would like to thank all our partners, shareholders and customers for their cooperation and sharing our important mission. We have set very high goals for ourselves, and achieving them will require a lot of work, but I am very confident about our future – the technology that we have developed will provide us with a true opportunity to build a healthier world.

Teemu Suna
CEO and founder, Nightingale Health Plc

Business targets for financial year 2021–2022

Nightingale’s business targets for the financial year 2021–2022 are:

  • FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) approval (set during the IPO and target timeline remains unchanged)
    • FDA approval enables the use of Nightingale’s analysis technology in health care applications in the United States.
  • Launching a new version of the company’s mobile application (set during the IPO and target timeline remains unchanged)
    • The new version of the mobile application will contain a more holistic view of health and an at-home test integration.
  • Launching a commercial service based on the at-home test
    • By combining Nightingale’s analysis technology and at-home test capability, it is possible to create quickly scalable health and wellbeing services that do not depend on the customer visiting a laboratory.
  • Signing an international commercial partnership agreement
    • Nightingale expects its next commercial agreement to be a significant international agreement that increases the number of users of the company’s health and well-being services.
  •  Reaching an order book of EUR 5 million by the end of the financial year
    • The order book is expected to contain commitments from business partners as well as recurring revenue from customers using a continuous subscription service.

In addition to the targets set for the financial year 2021‒2022, Nightingale has medium- and long-term targets that are described in the offering circular related to the IPO and on Nightingale’s website. The mentioned targets remain unchanged.

The Board of Directors’ proposal on the management of the result of the financial period

The parent company’s distributable non-restricted equity on 30 June 2021 was EUR 122,586,544. The parent company’s net loss for the financial period totalled EUR -10,755,180.

In the coming years, Nightingale will focus on funding its growth and developing its business. The company is committed to a very strict dividend policy that is connected to Nightingale’s result and financial standing. The company does not expect to distribute a dividend in the short or medium term.

The Board of Directors proposes to the Annual General Meeting that no dividend will be distributed for the financial year 1 July 2020 – 30 June 2021 and that the loss of the financial year is recorded in the retained earnings.

Live webcast for investors and media

Nightingale will arrange a live webcast for investors and media in English on 15 September 2021 at 1 p.m. EEST. You can watch the webcast online at https://nightingalehealth.videosync.fi/2020-2021-results.

Presentation is held by CEO Teemu Suna. A recording of the event will be available later the same day at www.nightingalehealth.com/investors.

 

Helsinki, 15 September 2021

Nightingale Health Plc
Board of Directors

 

For further information, please contact:

Teemu Suna, CEO, +358 20 730 1810
ir@nightingalehealth.com

Certified Adviser:
Oaklins Merasco Ltd, tel. +358 9 6129 670

About Nightingale

Nightingale Health is a health technology company transforming preventive care. We envisage a world that focuses on keeping people healthy rather than just treating illnesses. By combining our pioneering blood-testing technology and the ability to detect future disease risks, we are creating a world-leading health data platform that enables preventative care with better information. The platform helps people make better personal health decisions and connects the health industry to offer their services for individuals’ preventative needs. By empowering the world with comprehensive health insights, we accelerate scientific discoveries, industry developments and improve personal health for everyone.

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