i do remember reading linkedIN several months back and seeing esmonds name, however didnt realize xin ye was gone. so who on the board are we to believe now?
by the way, it appears the publshers and advertisers are all struggling to make a profit in mobile marketing, whether it becomes "in favor" is to be determined, but i think best case for us is a buyout.
bad (from linkedIN):
XIN YE CEO casee: gone as of last June: March 2008 – June 2013 (5 years 4 months)Beijing
MENG YANG director: gone as of Jan 2014
JOSEPH TSENG VP biz dev: gone as of June 2013
ALVIN FOO: gone as of July 2011, went to google, was VP asia
MARCUS TAN: left in 2010 but was regional sales director Singapore
good (all current listed on LINKEDIN):
ARTHUR WANG: BD director
WILLIAM FANG: Biz director
SIMON WANG: senior media manager
Qia Tina:commercial supervisor
Winnie #$%$, not sure
Iris Yan, not sure
Kaiyang Liu CTO casee
RAY SHI: account director
RONG ZHOU:June 2012 – Present (2 years 2 months)
In charge of China operation: sales, marketing, creative, tech, HR, Finance, etc.
Global leader in mobile marketing and mobile advertising, serving major advertisers such as Lenovo, Baidu, HP, Jingdong, Suning, and PingAn Insurance.
Esmond K.L. Quek: CEO asia pacific
upon looking at veltf on google, it gave A list of "competitors". one struck my eye as GSE holdings. it's at a similar market cap of 3-5m with several hundred workers. further investigating (and from the "q") led me to see a chapter 11 from them. (it's stock chart looks very similar to veltf too)
so this is why gsehq crashed:
GSE Environmental Inc. placed its North American operations under Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Sunday, with a plan to hand them off to secured lenders.
A new manufacturing facility in China and GSE Environmental's "other international affiliates or their debt" won't be affected by the bankruptcy filing, according to papers filed in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Wilmington Del.
now on paper, this looks to be a similar situation as veltf. a subsidiary (or few) went BK but the main company is okay. it even says so in that paragraph...however, it has the "q" and also going to an OTC site shows the "warning this company is in bk" whereas veltf does not have this.
wondering if someone can explain the difference
add another 162k to inst holdings, as CNN shows 162k for formula growth
why can't they all just list ALL the holders in one site? I'm pulling this from 4!
I'm in Ihub looking, I see now, a lot of them are being recorded as sells
I'm thinking because the July 15 "number" was reported today so they have 2 weeks to drive it down again
just 20 mins ago we were at 130k volume now 822k
nah, she has encouraged me to buy more a couple times. what works for us is "SEPERATE BANK ACCOUNTS" lol
no fighting that way!
inmobi probably will be bought out or do IPO because only a handful of companies can afford to buy it, but looking at the stats I listed in the "header", they have 2-3x the workers as veltf and produce 12x the revenues as the leftover regions
veltf is expected to get another 15m from star capital this year (per news_to_use on old Velt board) and I think with 1/3 the workforce as inmobi, they should be able to produce easily 1/10 of the revenues of which inmobi is largely BRICS (India) based. so veltf workers need be only 1/3 as efficient as inmobi and that pegs out revs at 40m, not including cash on hand and future NOL of YEARS of tax writeoffs worth over 10m a year.
flurry had 100m in revs and was bought for 200m,
PLC what's leftover is 30m a year in revs, so equal terms should be worth 60m or roughly 65c a share.
if Velti doesn't get bought up and grows their revs in this market, maybe holding out for a bigger buyout, that would be even nicer
Velti and inmobi have more employees than flurry fwiw
I say 40m only because it's been reported (from previous earnings) that the PLC regions brought in 32m or so
in a growing industry it makes sense right??