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Share Price: 0.615Bid: 0.58Ask: 0.65Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on Provexis
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Pennyago
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Circulease
27 Aug '14
Allso been buying from Healthspan for a while now ,fast service.
Other ' popular ' products have been discounted as has our Circulease, £11.95 down to £10.95
 
alfista
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Cirlculease
27 Aug '14
Just re ordered more Circulease tabs, simple quick and easy process from Healthspan. I took the opportunity to try to get feedback from them through the Comments section. They don't appear to have made any extra promo effort since it was launched in May 13, it would be really good to know how they are going with it.
Looking back at the Dragon List, I would think that Langers gave sales an enormous kick, as they had some TV promo involved, and of the tabs/caps definitely Optiflow and Dr Wolz. Surprising at this stage that the only product which has used full on TV ads is good old Sirco through their Austrian partner. Surely that has to change in the near future.
Dunning-Kruger
Posts: 129
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RE: RE:SIRCO
27 Aug '14
Its impossible to put a figure on, unless we get another press update, but its safe to assume strong growth continues with the recent expansion into Europe. The point is , more and more people are seeing it, and making an informed choice, probably before they even see it in a supermarket and go looking for it. Perhaps shoppers aren't going to pick it of the shelves amidst all the other choices, but some must to account for the growth, after all there isn't much advertising. Never underestimate the power of WOM.
tootight
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RE:SIRCO
26 Aug '14
That link was 18 months ago, how many fold has the sales gone up since?
3, 4 at least, small volumes, but right direction.
Dunning-Kruger
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RE: sirco
26 Aug '14
Good for you and your entrepreneurial order, hope you do well with it, and another £50 gross to DSM,
but how do you explain this,

http://www.nutraingredients.com/Industry/Sirco-sales-up-300-as-claims-and-taste-receive-makeover

some one must be picking it out of the hundreds of juices available
pumpky
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sirco
26 Aug '14
If people shopping in supernarkets do not know of it,imho they are not going to pick it out from hundreds of juices,i am in contact with Eric to purchase 1000 1 litre cartons(and with discount)i can shift more than they can,should have done it 5 years ago,will let you all know how much it costs,not as expensive as Amazon!
colbaltblue
Posts: 593
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RE: amortisation
26 Aug '14
Here we go.....again!

I'm off for the evening.
redprince
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amortisation
26 Aug '14
Definition Amortisation and depreciation
Amortisation is a routine decrease in value of an intangible asset, or the process of paying off a debt over time through regular payments.

A corresponding concept for tangible assets is known as depreciation. The idea of amortisation is to spread the cost of an asset over the period of its ‘useful life’.

If the full price of an asset were to be recognised in the period in which it was purchased, then that year’s expenditure would be overstated incorrectly while expenditures throughout the remaining years, which were still obtaining benefits from that asset, would not be affected and therefore would be understated.
alfista
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Sirco pricing
26 Aug '14
The fact that changes in retail pricing are frequent is a good indication that the product is of interest to the supermarket management, and that they feel they can influence consumers by making offers. If Sirco was regarded as just another product, it would be on the lowest shelves with no promo at all. The price reductions that all of them have claimed, even the "down and staying down" key items, are little more than an illusion. When they launch a "price war" they get frequent mentions on mainstream news reports, that is free publicity on some of the most watched progs on telly, priceless !
I think Multiple Marketing have done an excellent job of positioning Sirco, despite no visible advertising. Their Austrian joint venture is clearly seeking a much faster route to consumers. All of which continues to increase sales of the original Fruitflow product, chiming in with ever rising revenues to the PXS/DSM Alliance. A single brand out of 34 brands, each on a growth path, no mega brands shown up as yet, but the existing level of market penetration already bringing in cash to Provexis coffers. The next few market updates will provide comparisons, period on period. Bring them on !
wheelds
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Demand is now Growing
26 Aug '14
Sainsbury's Sirco drink:- This bit Confirms demand is now growing.-

"The Apple & Blueberry variety has been temporarily out of stock due to unforeseen demand for the variety. We are now back in stock and have informed our customers who have placed orders and will make the variety available as soon as deliveries have been completed"

Apologies for the inconvenience.

Kind regards
Eric Bates



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