He used to spam twitter and facebook and it got used to seeing his face online. I was literally right behind him and he spoke perfect English with a German accent. It is indeed a very small world
I have some money sitting in cash and might just take a wild punt at this. Are the director 'buys' obligatory on IPOs as part of the terms of listing, if not then the directors have put a bit of faith in it
Small world - I'm impressed that you recognised him. At least he was on EasyJet!! I should look him up again - might have seen him wandering round Zurich as one of those people I think I know from somewhere.
Oh well, if Sychona is successful, we can make out we just got the names confused when we invested and that actually we did know what we were doing, it was just a little typo that got in the way... it was quite ironic that most of us who invested there didn't actually like mobile phones very much!
Suddenly my portfolio was showing a £25000 jump in profits and I got all excited for a second or so.
Grr, did I ever mention that I recognised Carsten Brinkschult standing in front of me queuing for an EasyJet flight from Hamburg to Gatwick? I plucked up the courage to ask him if it was him and then told him I was an ex Syncronica investor who'd lost a packet on it. He looked a little embarrassed in front of an acquaintance but not embarrassed enough :D
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