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    Quote Originally Posted by patrick View Post
    It was about 5pm on the 30th June, when in the ďmost popularĒ site. There was a sales figure of 46 for another Blis product I canít remember details; all products shown but only the two numbers.
    Have not managed to find figures since.
    Had a go at getting information but came up blank.Would be useful to have that kind of data.

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    Chemist Warehouse website does have a top sellers list of 120 items.

    I bought Honeyblis there last week, $2 cheaper than the Blis site. I asked the pharmacist if they would be stocking UltraBlis, she said she would find out.

    CW is huge. No surprise if the stores take customers away from trad pharmacies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by artemis View Post
    Chemist Warehouse website does have a top sellers list of 120 items.

    I bought Honeyblis there last week, $2 cheaper than the Blis site. I asked the pharmacist if they would be stocking UltraBlis, she said she would find out.

    CW is huge. No surprise if the stores take customers away from trad pharmacies.
    Yes I saw the top sellers list but that is not where I saw the sales figure, sorry I canít do better.
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    I find it interesting that there appeared to be more interest in the full year report than there is in the AGM!!They provided 2 revenue updates in the weeks leading up to FY so im not sure what people were hoping for.We had no forward guidance but they stated they would provide up to date information at the FY.With such a big jump in demand during March,i think it quite astute to not give guidance and i am waiting in anticipation for Friday 24th.Some here say demand is driven by the covid outbreak and will likely drop off once its sorted.Well,it aint sorted and from what ive seen,wont be anytime soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nevchev View Post
    I find it interesting that there appeared to be more interest in the full year report than there is in the AGM!!They provided 2 revenue updates in the weeks leading up to FY so im not sure what people were hoping for.We had no forward guidance but they stated they would provide up to date information at the FY.With such a big jump in demand during March,i think it quite astute to not give guidance and i am waiting in anticipation for Friday 24th.Some here say demand is driven by the covid outbreak and will likely drop off once its sorted.Well,it aint sorted and from what ive seen,wont be anytime soon.
    Yes, interest seems to have eroded on ST although continued support at 8c. An item on Nat R today saying still big problems with airfreight for exports. Not many leads but not long to go; hope itís UP and that there is more information than in earlier reports about prospects forward... who knows from much reduced, but hopeful holder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nevchev View Post
    I find it interesting that there appeared to be more interest in the full year report than there is in the AGM!!They provided 2 revenue updates in the weeks leading up to FY so im not sure what people were hoping for.We had no forward guidance but they stated they would provide up to date information at the FY.With such a big jump in demand during March,i think it quite astute to not give guidance and i am waiting in anticipation for Friday 24th.Some here say demand is driven by the covid outbreak and will likely drop off once its sorted.Well,it aint sorted and from what ive seen,wont be anytime soon.
    Well, I've decided to head south to the ASM on the 24th. I'm keen to find out first hand what the first quarter of FY21 has produced, get some clarity about how things are going in Oz and their plans for ongoing growth. Im especially interested in the plans for China.
    PM me if youve got any questions you want me to ask.
    Last edited by pierre; 08-07-2020 at 10:08 PM. Reason: Hit send too soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pierre View Post
    Well, I've decided to head south to the ASM on the 24th. I'm keen to find out first hand what the first quarter of FY21 has produced, get some clarity about how things are going in Oz and their plans for ongoing growth. Im especially interested in the plans for China.
    PM me if youve got any questions you want me to ask.
    China is a biggy for me to pierre.In saying that,im glad we are not reliant on it to become profitable as many small kiwi exporters are.Im also interested in how ingredient sales are progressing as a bit of research on Amazon shows there a number of well regarded products who have Blis products listed in their ingredients.I am a bit envious of you as it would be great to meet the team and try and get a feel for how they think the company is tracking.

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