Build-A-Bear Financial Statements From 2010 to 2022

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Build-A-Bear Workshop financial statements provide useful quarterly and yearly information to potential Build-A-Bear Workshop investors about the company's current and past financial position, as well as its overall management performance and changes in financial position over time. Historical trend examination of various income statement and balance sheet accounts found on Build-A-Bear Workshop financial statements helps investors assess Build-A-Bear Workshop's valuation, profitability, and current liquidity needs.
There are over ninety-eight available fundamental signals for Build-A-Bear Workshop, which can be analyzed over time and compared to other ratios. Please make sure you validate Build-A-Bear Workshop's prevailing fundamental trends against the trends from 2010 to 2022 to make sure the company is sustainable.
Build-A-Bear Workshop Net Income Per Employee is fairly stable at the moment as compared to the past year. Build-A-Bear Workshop reported Net Income Per Employee of 329.00 in 2021. Average Equity is likely to climb to about 98.1 M in 2022, whereas Revenue Per Employee is likely to drop slightly above 80.1 K in 2022.
  
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Check Build-A-Bear Workshop financial statements over time to gain insight into future company performance. You can evaluate financial statements to find patterns among Build-A-Bear main balance sheet or income statement drivers, such as Direct Expenses of 216.7 M, Consolidated Income of 25.6 M or Cost of Revenue of 206.2 M, as well as many exotic indicators such as Interest Coverage of 1 K, Calculated Tax Rate of 71.92 or PPandE Turnover of 4.76. Build-A-Bear financial statements analysis is a perfect complement when working with Build-A-Bear Workshop Valuation or Volatility modules. It can also supplement various Build-A-Bear Workshop Technical models. Continue to the analysis of Build-A-Bear Workshop Correlation against competitors.

Build-A-Bear Workshop Revenues

408.28 Million

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Build-A-Bear Workshop Balance Sheet

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Total Assets245.2 M266.3 M276.7 M
Decreasing
Stable
Cash and Equivalents34.4 M32.8 M30.2 M
Increasing
Very volatile
Deferred Revenue3.8 M4.5 M4.1 M
Decreasing
Stable
Property Plant and Equipment Net106.1 M126.6 M157.5 M
Decreasing
Stable
Inventory65.1 M71.8 M56.9 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Tax Assets8.4 M7.6 M4.6 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Trade and Non Trade Receivables13 M11.7 M11.5 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Trade and Non Trade Payables26.2 M21.8 M20.3 M
Decreasing
Very volatile
Goodwill and Intangible Assets1.6 M1.5 MM
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Total Liabilities143.7 M172.6 M182.4 M
Decreasing
Stable
Shareholders Equity101.5 M93.7 M94.3 M
Decreasing
Stable
Accumulated Retained Earnings Deficit39 M30.5 M35.2 M
Decreasing
Stable
Current Assets126.3 M130 M108.5 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Assets Non Current118.9 M136.3 M168.2 M
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Current Liabilities94.9 M97.4 M88.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Liabilities Non Current48.9 M75.3 M94.1 M
Decreasing
Stable
Total Debt122.3 M98.6 M140.4 M
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Debt Current30.3 M25.2 M30 M
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Debt Non Current92 M73.3 M110.4 M
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Shareholders Equity USD101.5 M93.7 M94.3 M
Decreasing
Stable
Cash and Equivalents USD34.4 M32.8 M30.2 M
Increasing
Very volatile
Total Debt USD122.3 M98.6 M140.4 M
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Accounts Payable32.4 M27.9 M22.5 M
Decreasing
Stable
Receivables11.3 M12.9 M10.9 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Inventories48.7 M51.9 M51.6 M
Decreasing
Very volatile

Build-A-Bear Workshop Income Statement

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Revenues408.3 M411.5 M361.4 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Cost of Revenue206.2 M193.6 M192.7 M
Decreasing
Very volatile
Selling General and Administrative Expense170.7 M167.2 M157.1 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Operating Expenses172.6 M167.2 M157.5 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Interest Expense0.0(5 K)2.6 K
Increasing
Stable
Income Tax Expense3.9 M3.4 MM
Decreasing
Stable
Consolidated Income25.6 M47.3 M8.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Net Income25.6 M47.3 M8.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Net Income Common Stock25.6 M47.3 M8.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Weighted Average Shares16.3 M15.5 M15.2 M
Increasing
Very volatile
Weighted Average Shares Diluted16.7 M16.1 M15.4 M
Increasing
Stable
Earning Before Interest and Taxes EBIT29.5 M50.7 M11.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Revenues USD408.3 M411.5 M361.4 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Net Income Common Stock USD25.6 M47.3 M8.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Earning Before Interest and Taxes USD29.5 M50.7 M11.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Gross Profit202.1 M218 M168.7 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Operating Income29.5 M50.7 M11.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Direct Expenses216.7 M198.2 M195.3 M
Decreasing
Slightly volatile

Build-A-Bear Workshop Cash Flow Statement

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Net Cash Flow Investment Acquisitions and Disposals1.8 M1.7 M456.8 K
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Net Cash Flow from Operations23.2 M28.1 M22 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Effect of Exchange Rate Changes on Cash 206.3 K514 K(38.5 K)
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Net Cash Flow or Change in Cash and Cash Equivalents(7.7 M)(2 M)2.6 M
Decreasing
Stable
Share Based CompensationM2.6 MM
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Depreciation Amortization and Accretion15 M12.3 M14.6 M
Decreasing
Slightly volatile

Financial Ratios

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Earnings per Basic Share1.663.060.5421
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Earnings per Diluted Share1.592.930.5169
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Earnings per Basic Share USD1.663.060.5421
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Dividends per Basic Common Share1.121.131.2309
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Average Equity0.290.540.0993
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Average Assets0.09680.1770.0304
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Invested Capital0.140.2080.0476
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Gross Margin0.520.530.4673
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Profit Margin0.06260.1150.0201
Increasing
Slightly volatile
EBITDA Margin0.110.1530.0686
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Return on Sales0.07260.1230.0282
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Asset Turnover1.831.5431.3435
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Payout Ratio0.370.370.402
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value over EBITDA7.935.46211.4626
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value over EBIT24.217.088.0162
Decreasing
Stable
Price to Earnings Ratio83.395.663147
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Sales per Share26.4226.61723.8494
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Price to Sales Ratio0.650.6510.3355
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Price to Book Value2.753.021.375
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Debt to Equity Ratio1.51.8431.9925
Decreasing
Very volatile
Dividend Yield0.06440.06480.0709
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Current Ratio1.41.3351.2327
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Free Cash Flow per Share0.291.290.574
Increasing
Stable
Book Value per Share6.576.0596.2111
Decreasing
Stable
Tangible Assets Book Value per Share15.8117.22618.2101
Decreasing
Very volatile
Total Assets Per Share12.3412.587216.8225
Decreasing
Stable
Cash Flow Per Share1.231.00991.237
Decreasing
Very volatile
Return on Investment5.785.3535(0.0713)
Decreasing
Very volatile
Operating Margin1.571.4591(0.1172)
Decreasing
Very volatile
Calculated Tax Rate71.9266.6679.7097
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Receivables Turnover36.5527.788134.1267
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Inventory Turnover4.43.74743.7114
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
PPandE Turnover4.765.11984.9452
Increasing
Very volatile
Cash and Equivalents Turnover8.178.4612.0176
Decreasing
Very volatile
Accounts Payable Turnover10.510.373414.8209
Decreasing
Very volatile
Accrued Expenses Turnover41.732.386334.2215
Decreasing
Slightly volatile
Interest CoverageK1.2 K410
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Quick Ratio0.60.520.4412
Decreasing
Very volatile
Net Current Assets as percentage of Total Assets16.2813.62118.6224
Decreasing
Very volatile
Revenue to Assets1.911.82471.3534
Increasing
Stable

Build-A-Bear Workshop Valuation Data

Current ValueLast YearHistorical Average 10 Year Trend
Earnings before Tax29.5 M50.7 M11.2 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization EBITDA44.5 M63 M25.8 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Earnings Before Interest Taxes and Depreciation Amortization USD44.5 M63 M25.8 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Market Capitalization263.6 M283 M131.1 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Enterprise Value289.5 M344 M235.5 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Invested Capital166.9 M234.6 M267.3 M
Decreasing
Stable
Average Equity98.1 M87.5 M93.1 M
Decreasing
Stable
Average Assets239.7 M266.7 M277.8 M
Decreasing
Stable
Invested Capital Average177 M244.1 M289.6 M
Decreasing
Stable
Tangible Asset Value244.3 M266.3 M274 M
Decreasing
Very volatile
Free Cash Flow4.6 M19.9 M8.6 M
Increasing
Stable
Working Capital31.5 M32.6 M20.3 M
Increasing
Slightly volatile
Revenue Per Employee80.1 K87 K79.3 K
Increasing
Very volatile
Net Income Per Employee355329(641)
Decreasing
Very volatile

Build-A-Bear Fundamental Market Drivers

Short Percent Of Float10.66%
Forward Price Earnings6.87
Shares Short Prior Month1.11M
Average Daily Volume Last 10 Day283.63k
Average Daily Volume In Three Month317.12k
Date Short Interest29th of April 2022
Fifty Day Average18.17
Two Hundred Day Average17.97

Build-A-Bear Upcoming Events

Upcoming Quarterly Report9th of March 2022
Next Financial Report25th of May 2022
Next Fiscal Quarter End31st of January 2022
Next Fiscal Year End9th of March 2022
Last Quarter Report31st of October 2021
Last Financial Announcement31st of January 2021

About Build-A-Bear Workshop Financial Statements

There are typically three primary documents that fall into the category of financial statements. These documents include Build-A-Bear Workshop income statement, its balance sheet, and the statement of cash flows. Build-A-Bear Workshop investors use historical funamental indicators, such as Build-A-Bear Workshop's revenue or net income, to determine how well the company is positioned to perform in the future. Although Build-A-Bear Workshop investors may use each financial statement separately, they are all related. The changes in Build-A-Bear Workshop's assets and liabilities, for example, are also reflected in the revenues and expenses that we see on Build-A-Bear Workshop's income statement, which results in the company's gains or losses. Cash flows can provide more information regarding cash listed on a balance sheet, but not equivalent to net income shown on the income statement. We offer a historical overview of the basic patterns found on Build-A-Bear Workshop Financial Statements. Understanding these patterns can help to make the right decision on long term investment in Build-A-Bear Workshop. Please read more on our technical analysis and fundamental analysis pages.
Last ReportedProjected for 2022
Deferred Revenue4.5 M3.8 M
Cost of Revenue193.6 M206.2 M
Revenues411.5 M408.3 M
Revenue to Assets 1.82  1.91 
Revenue Per Employee87 K80.1 K
Build-A-Bear Workshop, Inc. operates as a multi-channel retailer of plush animals and related products. As of January 29, 2022, it operated 346 stores, including 305 stores in the United States and Canada and 41 stores in the United Kingdom and Ireland, as well as 72 franchised stores internationally. Build-A-Bear Workshop operates under Specialty Retail classification in the United States and is traded on New York Stock Exchange. It employs 1000 people.

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