iriejohn wrote: ↑Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:59 pmIf the GKA do know the exact numbers of kites sold by manufacturer you can be sure that they will be prevented by non disclosure agreements from publishing that information.Toby wrote: ↑Thu Oct 11, 2018 5:25 pmI also wonder about the sales numbers mentioned.
25-35 k is a big span...if they knew numbers it wouldn’t have that span...so it is just an estimation.
The GKA should have better numbers, since they have the biggest brands organized and they for sure know precisely how many kites they sold.
Established COREporations typically invest heavily in methods of preventing other "start-up" companies from succeeding to the point of competing with those established COREporations. Having numbers out there for anyone to view would possibly encourage some to enter into the market as competition. And you do not really need "non-disclosure agreements" as keeping industry numbers from the public is just plain common sense. That is why Cappycore is so valuable here for discussion. He lets lots of tidbits slip out that other COREporations would not.