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|Vamousse TV advert on tonight , linked to Boots.|
|Thanks for that dice.
Like other CEO's he can talk to the cows come home, as the share price languishes,
Thought this was a great buy a few years ago but what do I know.
Strange the way the price hasn't gone up. Unseen skeletons?
|TyraTech Inc (LON:TYR) chief executive Bruno Jactel
1st August 2016
Life sciences group TyraTech Inc (LON:TYR) says it has shown strong growth against market competitors, an increased product line and an expanding distributor network ahead of first half results.|
|Video interview with Bruno Jactel
Bruno Jactel, chief executive of life sciences technology group TyraTech Inc (LON:TYR), says the firm’s Vamousse treatment, as of December 2015, is now “the fastest growing head lice product in the US, and we are the number one non-pesticide product”.
He speaks to Proactive after Tyratech posted a 154% increase in gross product revenue to $7.1mln in the year to the end of December.
Jactel adds that the company is now focused on “growth and the pathway to profitability,” with three key areas for long-term growth – expanding its distribution network in existing markets, penetrating other markets including animal health, and moving into new geographies.|
|Interesting announcement earlier today. Taken back in house the previous Novartis product and launching own brand in Q1. Management knows where Novartis tested the product, so some sales could be generated quite quickly. Now with cash, the upside looks potentially huge.
I certainly hope so!|
|Vamoose was launched in the USA at the back end of 2014, the UK early 2015 so early days yet.
2-3 years to build sales. Interesting.|
|As suggested I asked the Pharmacist re Vamoose. He said there's been a lot of advertising and it's starting to sell. New products in his view take 2 to 3 years to build the sales. Word of mouth is important now in the next phase. Not sure when it was launched.|
|when you are there next ask the pharmacist how often they sell them and what feedback they get.ask which are their best selling lice products, they will have nothing to hide and will give you an honest answer. you can then post it here for others to read. if you ask a professional the reply you get will give you more accurate information than on a board. the share price should tell you what the market thinks. for the record i have not had one person ask me for it!. i have sold one pack because i got fed up with looking at them. i asked the patient to tell me how they found it and they never reported back.|
|Just for info - Visited the WEL chemists today (the old COOP ones ). They stock Vamoose.|
|you can use a comb alone.look online for the method .be prepared to spend 3hours a week doing the whole family of 4.|
|gemferret when was the sleepover?how long after did your child start scratching? you always have to retreat 7days later ! did you saturate the hair and scalp?|
|As forecast against a the flow of most posters. Pretty obvious this was coming.
One of my kids got nits (just), it was late Sunday we spotted it and with main stores being closed we had to go to a Tesco smaller outlet.
I went to get Vamousse. That was my choice should they have any lice treatment products. All they had was full marks.
It says 'kills head lice clinically proven'
'10 minute treatment'
It mentions nothing about how many they kill, what percentage etc.
'eliminates eggs' means it has a comb in it to remove them, the treatemmnt itself does nothing to them.
2 days post treatment we combed out some live lice and more eggs. I don't know if they hatched from eggs we missed. It costs about £5, I would have been happy to pay for Vamousse, but then I know it's claims.
I was going to say it's shame vamousse wasn't available, but it's worked well as now I know Full marks is a waste of time.
EG why not just use a comb and remove lice and eggs, you have to do it anyway. However if a product suggests it kills 100% of lice, then great I'll have it.
The key point being once you realise your kids have head lice you want a treatment now, if not sooner. Online is a bit daft as very few plan ahead stocking the cupboard with treaments as it can be years between the next appearance. So stock on shelves in as many outlets as possible is the answer.
I won't buy full marks or any other product that doesn't day 100% in the future.
The lice appearance followed a group of friends sleep over which is the typical transfer scenario.|
|It is scandalous how this is allowed to happen again.
A placing to keep AR and BJ in the lifestyle they have become accustomed IMHO|
|Interesting bit from the placing RNS..
Company took the opportunity to withdraw the exclusivity under this agreement and is now pursuing alternative commercialisation strategies, one of them being marketing the products under its own PureScience(TM) brand in 2016.
Thruppence a share, disastrous share price performance & I can't see it getting any better anytime soon.|
|The current discrepancy between TYR and TYRU is ridiculous! I flipped some shares from TYRU yesterday and increased my holding. I will hold for a year and then convert back to TYRU. The bizarre thing is that I know from personal experience that the MMs have trouble delivering TYR stock over an extended period so one at least is clearly running a short position. My brokers told me last month that 85k of stock bought last year had still not been delivered!
Clearly there is some concerted buying of TYRU at the moment so perhaps some good news is coming. There was talk of a new partner for the animal products so perhaps that is imminent.
|Yes. The reviews were very good with over 90% giving it 5 stars then one or two customers complained of their horses having skin problems so Smartpak stopped selling it. I did cover that on the other thread at the time.
I was expecting that to be the fly in the ointment in the results but B.J. covered it by saying they were improving the ingredients...hmmm
Guardian Backyard & Wilderness are both getting rave reviews but it's only available on Amazon.com with way over 90% of customers giving 5 star reviews.
Tyratech is still in it's infancy and it will take a year or two for their products to gain traction. Unfortunately these days that doesn't count for anything, folk are only interested in today's $$$.|
and then this
Anyone aware of this....?|
Go and read your original post. You suggest they are just sitting there taking a fat salary for doing nothing and because of that we can expect a placing.
There's enough rubbish posted on these boards without you adding to it.|
|Here we go taken from TYR website - Mr Reade was appointed as a Non-Executive Director on May 25, 2007. In 2010 he moved to the United States to become Executive Chairman, and then in June 2013 he became Non-Executive Chairman. He is owner of Global Strategy Expression Limited, a consulting and advisory services business in the life sciences industry. From 2000 until his retirement in 2005, he served etc etc
So hardly left to join Tyratech|
|Video interview with CEO Jactel
Bruno Jactel, chief executive of TyraTech (LON:TYR), gives his growth outlook for the company’s head lice treatment – Vamousse - and comments on the firm’s plans to launch alternatives to pesticides in the animal health market.
Today the firm said that despite the two major US pharmacy chains placing its lice treatment in stores later than expected, product sales increased by a factor of more than three times compared to last year’s first half.
Its Vamousse shampoo, which drove the increase, was the fastest growing branded head lice product in the US.
Speaking to Proactive, Jactel adds that the group's progress in the animal health markets is ongoing, with products previously licensed to Novartis expected to generate sales next year.|
|From what I remember, BJ was unemployed for about a year and AR came out of retirement so not such a stupid comment? IMHO|