RE: What's the business overlap with Zoom?09 Jun 2020 22:57
Thanks for the link, Frac. But it raises some questions that are germane to Loop.
First, in the point #1, we are probably experiencing peak quarterly growth in key metrics right now, during lockdown. Sequential quarterly growth for the H2 will likely come with greater associated costs to acquire new accounts, or to convert free users to paying users.
Second, as the author points out, this is a crowded space, with the big digital players muscling in to carve out their own market niche, with their financial clout. How does Loop compare with Microsoft's offering, for example?
I haven't got the answers but I'm hoping one or more of you guys have already satisfied yourselves about these issues.
RE: Myles Mc Znulty Adeptrix Royalty suggestion09 Jun 2020 19:17
I don't get where he gets his $15mn/month royalty stream from. As I understand today's RNS, the BAMS platform is an enabler of, rather than a potential neutralising treatment in its own right, of drug development efforts for screening compounds. So a one-off test effect for a particular drug/compound, and therefore a one-off consultancy fee.
...with all the media discussion of how everyday life in interaction with the public will change, why is there absolutely no mention of ANY rapid saliva-based POC test for covid-19, as a partial way out of the inevitable social exclusion?
Can someone please explain if this statement by Dr Silva, of Adeptrix in today's rns means that Adeptrix could be our partner in crime for the Affimer neutralising treatment for covid-19, as @Myles is hinting at? I don't get it, as Adeptrix is a recognised diagnostic assay business, and not involved in therapeutics at all.
"For this reason, the same BAMS assay for the spike protein can also be used for drug development efforts to screen compounds that block interaction with host cells through the ACE2 receptor to prevent virus infection."
I was simply responding to the Times' article on Amigo today, where it stated that "the FCA had started an investigation...into the way in which it (Amigo) had assessed customers' creditworthiness since November 2018)".
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