So what you are saying is that it is OK if they lose the biggest grocery chain in the US b/c they couldn't execute it properly. That would be like Boeing losing an order for 20 Dreamliners from Saudi Arabia...
txinvest These numbers are not impressive enough to ride on revenues as we cannot seem to gain traction enough to what ultimately would be a inflection point for TB or Stoked.Ralph was or is convinced he can get there yet so many ignore the fact that we just dont have the means of distribution.It is simply one reason why Hans backed out.
While I admire your patience and ability to breakdown the numbers you need to include expenses.And margins matter even more when our revenues are still rather smallish.
Lbix only distributed Hans in Canada. There are no distribution problems in Canada that I ever heard of. That Hans went with Anheuser Busch, with which it has other relationships, certainly hurt Lbix but tells you nothing about their distribution in Canada. Distribution in the U.S. is tougher for Lbix than Canada. They seem to be focusing heavily on convenience stores now, undoubtedly aided by TNT, and that seems like a good strategy as there are generally no slotting fees. Will it succeed? We'll know much more in 6 months.