RE: Shake has got rid of some bed wetters10 Jul 2020 11:26
Yeah, I know, on the face of it what you suggest does some conservative in theory but I am just not convinced yet how it will go in practice. Things are moving more slowly that DB expected and I just worry that this additional time will not only cut our potential market share but in some cases eliminate us entirely as an option.
Once the first few sales updates come in, based on their size and regularity, let's revisit the figures.
Yeah to be fair Samolly, it looks like they have been moving the NHS related stuff as much as they could. The discussions on the board have been regarding very recent updates made on DB's submission, so to expect anything to have made it into the RNS this morning was unrealistic.
I agree that today's RNS was just the start and I still believe that we will be heading £2+ at some point in the future. We started a little bit later than we would have hoped and I hope that this hasn't had too much of an impact on our maximum potential.
It's good to know that they have applied for India approval separately and are not relying on the FDA approval to cover it. Hopefully it comes through in the next couple of weeks!
RE: Shake has got rid of some bed wetters10 Jul 2020 08:27
LB28 so now you are claiming that although in the RNS they talk about indicative orders, that because they didn’t explicitly say no sales had been finalised that there still might have been finalised sales?