Hopefully Gixer will, I don't like to nick research done by others. If airlines are going to get involved, the volumes (passengers x flights per day) could be substantial. That is good in itself, but added to that is the education of consumers, making them receptive to using Fruitflow daily for its obvious benefits quite apart from helping reduce DVT risks on flights.
Good news posted by Gixer over on iii. Airlines getting involved in promoting public consciousness of the benefits of Fruitflow is a key element that we have all recognised. That it has taken longer then anticipated is typical of the Fruitflow story, but arranging a consistent worldwide availability was never going to be instant.
I was wondering if perhaps your information is slightly out of date? The former CEO left some time ago, and the current board are on part time deals. Don't you think that the debate should move on as time passes, or do you want to stay forever on the same subject? Prudence dictates that finances are kept in a safe place until the revenue flow commences, undue stress could present a position of weakness that would benefit an aggressive suitor. Volumes are so small that, if this is what is happening -by no means certain- the amount raised would be modest. Executives of companies are paid, it really is that simple.
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