HELLO, INOVIO, HELLO. The whole dam world is waiting for this long, long delayed P3. Anybody out there in Plymouth Meeting? HELLO, HELLO.
That is alarming even if I had that in mind for awhile. Change is inevitable, but I really didn't know the extent of the unrest.
They are not helping themselves Alex, we need more institutional support and there is only one to get that......GET IN THE GAME. Data showing what we already know and moving ahead at a much better pace will cure this. It is the pattern they have established that is causing this.I am a firm believer in the science, but I think he can't do it all himself and has to bring in front people to generate the interest he used to be capable of generating himself. Too many opportunities to promote us and he leaves me scratching my head. Sooner or later we will get the notice we need, but he has to move faster or take steps to get the right front people. I would love to see Dr. Trimble come aboard as I have seen her speak and watched her enthusiasm capture the audience.
Creative advertising is what we have to see out of someone. I would like to see Flash Mob types in big malls using their gadgets on walls doing what kids do. That is the market I want to see, kids showing short videos on the walls of the biggest stores and malls in the country. Create the demand. Show and tell in bars and restaurants every where. Hire a couple of kids who know what kids want and break it out in crowded gathering places on hot summer nights. Kinda like don't do what MVIS does to advertise the tech and promote the company. Gosh, do you think Tokman advises them on advertising too?
And will stay that way until data changes it. We need 1400 to show top line results, 3100 is nowhere to be found. Is it management or is there another problem?
The man is much more articulate than Tokman when talking new product development. He is easier to talk to and anxious to move forward. I don't know who is behind Celluon, but the money isn't there for mass marketing. He seems to be a good businessman and I am glad he is one of our customers, but being hitched to Tokman is a drawback. i would love to be wrong about Tokman, but right now I feel he would lie to his mother to finance his paycheck.
Goodo answer always, next time he is invited to go on TV, go in his place. You appear to me to be much more able to handle the questions about our lead candidate than he did. I am of the suspicion camp in regard to 3100 and think they are seeing something in 3112 that is making the investment very risky, but that is only the opinion of a disappointed long. The company's stance of silence and not being able to respond on national TV has me concerned. It's not that he didn't know, he should of considered the question would be asked, he looked as if he was hiding something and that is the take of a lot of investors. We need institutional investment to rise and he dropped the ball there. We have to get moving on the data. He told the world we were curing cancer back in 2013 and hasn't been able to give anyone data to show it. We look complacent at the management and trial data level.
Wisker, they are causing a lot of angst among shareholders with this unbelievable delay. A lot of doubt.
That a company with no revenue stream, depending on grants and government money, would want to get their lead candidate into P3 asap. With their biggest funding being shareholders it would be in their best interest to advance their lead product quickly. Has 3112 shown so much success in early trials that it has made 3100 obsolete before it even gets into P3? This is taking a long, long time and I don't see a real reason for this extended delay. He didn't raise investor confidence when he spoke on TV a few weeks ago.