The Barnsley video seemed like an attempt to create interest from potential suitors....sounded like a sales pitch.
Still, a sale would lift the sp, lol. Noted the comments that the sp is being driven down frequently, followed by somebody buying 200,000 - 250,000 at a time, so maybe it is happening...to make a purchase cheaper when they are finally ready. Maybe Apollo is back in the picture, if the turnaround isn't happening quickly enough.
I would be curious to know how PF's time to market on NPD compares to other companies in similar markets, (Finsbury?), and what steps PF has taken to shorten it, if they have done anything; and, how much more often Account Managers are getting in front of customers with samples of new product ideas, compared to 2 1/2 years ago. Seems stale, but perhaps changes are happening and are just not being communicated.
Worrying times. Not so much for those in at 50p perhaps, but many people are in much higher.
Finsbury food CEO manged to have 66% share price growth in 12 months by a much better business strategy. also market value increase by 35% in sweat treats area. Compare this to Darby's lazy category **** strategy that has got nowhere. Most of the so-called NPD, which are such copies of others, are not taken up by most supermarkets as they know they are just cheap copies. PFD need to replace this overpaid useless CEO with Finsbury foods CEO John Duffy. He is on much less pay and made a success of a struggling company.
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