- Bizarre logo coincidence? Rich Energy and Whyte Bikes
There’s a statement somewhere that they’ve “invested in £50 million factory in Austria”.
Even I can see the grammatical subtlety there.
I’ve got a few quid in the bank so I’ve invested in a multi trillion pound enterprise (I.e. I have a few quid in a bank).
I reckon it’s like Camden Brewery and Meantime. It’s nothing to do with how much product you actually make, it’s a brand, and both those were sold for staggering amounts relative to the size of the business (just look at what Fullers sold for recently, and that’s a beer you could actually buy outside a few London pubs). I’ll drink a can of hat flavoured red bull if they dont try and sell out to coke and/or Pepsi asap.Posted 6 days agofunkrodentSubscriber
Only £1450 for the multipack above.
Obviously priced not to sell! Reported to Amazon, wonder if they’ll give a toss.
If there’s any eager beaver detectives out there the company “selling” these on Amazon is as follows:
Northern Marketing Services Ltd, T/A Kualitas
Interestingly there are quite a few different “buying” options for Rich energy on Amazon. At many different price points. All of which come from the same company above. So apparently you can buy a 24 case for the very thick end of £1500, or 12 for £19.99, or 24 for £30 (if you’d rather not spend the additional £1470 for no reason).
Stinks to high heaven (according to most of the reviews anyway!)Posted 6 days ago
Presented without comment.Posted 5 days agoHoratioHufnagelMember
This post on the autosport forum was quite interesting…Posted 5 days ago
Sadly, Rich Energy Events have had to cancel tomorrow’s big gig with the up and coming star of Senegalese music, Wally B Seck. Tickets were £50 to £200+ so he must be good! (Was already rescheduled from April). Oddly, Wally forgot to mention this gig himself. Anywhere.
Still, they have a bigly huge boxing event to promote!
An ex World Champion* no less!
*Stripped of his title for doping. Who lost his last big fight. To a bloke called Whyte. This shit writes itself!Posted 5 days agofunkmasterpSubscriber
So apparently you can buy a 24 case for the very thick end of £1500, or 12 for £19.99, or 24 for £30 (if you’d rather not spend the additional £1470 for no reason).
I’m buying the cheap 24 pack and reselling it for just under a grand. This is like the economy in Morrowind.Posted 5 days agoBruise WilliesMember
I admit I’ve only really just become aware of this, but read through that autocar post and I’ve come to the conclusion that I have absolutely lost any anchoring in reality I may have once had. It looks for all the world like RE is just a brand name for some money laundering operation. Maybe Jordan Childish needs to be taking notes how to really do it properly.Posted 4 days ago
Lawyers be lawyering!
Ref OUR logo: @rich_energy created logo & registered it 4 years ago around the world. We own ALL trademarks.2 YEARS later a company @WhyteBikes who admitted they knew about us previously & who had no mark outrageously demanded money. We are confident of vindication #onyerbike #uk pic.twitter.com/gEWEUQJz2d
— Rich Energy (@rich_energy) June 15, 2019
Haas can’t really want to be involved with this, can they?Posted 3 days agoorangespydermanSubscriber
Haas can’t really want to be involved with this, can they?
I suspect they have no choice at this stage without going after some sort of breach of contract, and assuming that contract has clauses to let them out if RE are muppets, which it possibly doesn’t. Haas will need the cash, I suspect, more than the PR is hurting them.Posted 3 days ago
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