How many flight passengers per year are being offered Fruitflow, and at the same time being educated in its benefits for constant use? At a glance I would say that would exceed any exposure the other products may have managed to date. And wherever in the world they happen to reside, they can websearch for Fruitflow product to order. Acceleration continues
That would leave a fair few who are not proactive in their buying feeling very grumpy, and in all honesty I can not see it happening. The way big companies are set up, they want to capitalise their acquisitions based on real time earnings, not potential. So IMHO it will not happen soon if at all, and if it happens once the earning really start to flow, it will have to be at a much higher level.
If the costs are not enough,no business,many companies on the Aim lose money each year,it,s about if and when they make enough profit,next set of results should tell us,gl all,i,d be happy with a pence DSM buyout
Of course income will increase. But if that income gets nowhere near the costs then you don't have a business. I think that will be the case here. Nobody ever said fruitflow would have zero sales. Quite a few said that a deal with a multi national was unlikely when others were claiming they would all want a piece of ff. The longer it goes on the more likely it wont happen. A product that was going to take the world by storm would of made millions by now. 10 years in and it made £4k.
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