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About Seek

Seek provides augmented reality (AR) technology to retailers to increase consumer confidence and offer a better buying experience.

Headquarters Location

2701 N Thanksgiving Way Suite 100

Lehi, Utah, 84043,

United States



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Seek's Products & Differentiators

    XR Platform

    3D and AR infrastructure to manage 3D at scale with intelligent omni-channel deployment.


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Is the SEEK share price a buy right now?

Jun 15, 2020

Image source: Getty Images Between mid-February and late March, shares in SEEK Limited (ASX: SEK) fell by around 50% to $11.95. However, since then, SEEK has managed to regain most of this share price decline. The SEEK share price is currently trading at $19.29. During the initial period of the coronavirus pandemic, investors became spooked due to the sharp fall-off in listing volumes. Billings were down by up to 60%  during the week ending 29 March, across all regions. Between mid-February and late March, shares in SEEK Limited (ASX: SEK) fell by around 50% to $11.95. However, since then, SEEK has managed to regain most of this share price decline. The SEEK share price is currently trading at $19.29. During the initial period of the coronavirus pandemic, investors became spooked due to the sharp fall-off in listing volumes. Billings were down by up to 60%  during the week ending 29 March, across all regions. However, lockdown restrictions are gradually easing across Australia and New Zealand. This is leading to increased investor confidence and rising ad volumes. Investors are becoming increasingly optimistic that the worst of the pandemic is now behind us. Job ad volumes starting to rise New job ads on SEEK are still down significantly on what they were during February and early March, before the full impact of the pandemic hit. However, there are early signs of job ad volume recovery. In SEEK’s latest employment monthly snapshot it revealed that new job ads posted on the Aussie employment platform during the fortnight ended 7 June, were up by a very sharp 60.6%. This represented a further increase on the previous three fortnights of 26.8%, 39.7% and 49.2% respectively. The Australian market is bouncing back from the pandemic much faster than anticipated in late March. Australia and New Zealand have been two of the most successful countries globally in containing the coronavirus outbreak. Sectors which are seeing strong growth over the past month in Australia include trades and services, healthcare and medical and hospitality and tourism. In addition, manufacturing, transport and logistics and education and training are all starting to see stronger demand. July also looks promising. Job ad volumes have historically tended to ease off towards the end of the financial year (i.e. the end of June). July and August tend to then see an initial boost as hirers reaffirm their budgets. Is the SEEK share price a buy? Lockdown restrictions appear set to be further eased across Australia over the coming months. There also continues to be strong encouragement by the Australian Government for people to return to work. I think that it’s looking increasingly likely that employment ad volumes will continue to improve significantly over the next few months for SEEK. That is assuming there isn’t a second wave of the pandemic. SEEK’s second biggest market, New Zealand, also looks set to follow a similar path towards recovery. From a long-term perspective, I believe SEEK appears to be well positioned for continued growth in revenue and profitability. It has an entrenched and dominant position in its local Australian market and is also continuing to grow its international presence. While SEEK’s share price has bounced back since late March, it is still well below the 12-month peak it saw in late January. I therefore believe that the SEEK share price offers investors a reasonable buying opportunity right now. In light of this, two other online classifieds ASX shares you might want to look are: Carsales.Com Ltd (ASX: CAR) and REA Group Limited (ASX: REA) . For more shares we Fools think represent solid buys in the current market, check out the following report. Five Cheap and Good Stocks to Buy in 2020… Our Motley Fool experts have released a fantastic FREE report, detailing 5 dirt cheap shares that you can buy in 2020 and hold for YEARS Simply fill in your email below to scoop up your FREE copy and discover all 5 shares. But you will want to hurry – this free report is available for a brief time only. By clicking this button, you agree to our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . We will use your email address only to keep you informed about updates to our website and about other products and services we think might interest you. You can unsubscribe at anytime. Please refer to our Financial Services Guide (FSG) for more information. Stock Strategies

Seek Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Seek founded?

    Seek was founded in 2016.

  • Where is Seek's headquarters?

    Seek's headquarters is located at 2701 N Thanksgiving Way, Lehi.

  • Who are Seek's competitors?

    Competitors of Seek include 3D Cloud by Marxent and 5 more.

  • What products does Seek offer?

    Seek's products include XR Platform and 1 more.

  • Who are Seek's customers?

    Customers of Seek include Wolverine World Wide.


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