Company Update

Posted: January 24, 2011 by f3technologies in F3 Technologies, Uncategorized
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In response to questions that we have received from shareholders over the last few days, F3 remains focused on executing against our business plan and strategies for 2011.

We are extremely excited about how our innovative products and partnerships help independent artists in creating sustainable careers and cities in improving communication with their residents to combat crime.

Our partnerships with Consolidated Independent, Music2Q and Ditto Music are all important relationships to help us expand awareness of FargoTube, build a significant catalogue of content and provide important connections for artists. In addition, our participation in the 2011 SXSW Conference in Austin, Texas, will be a key milestone for the company and we look forward to demonstrating FargoTube to a large film and music audience.

We thank you for your support of F3!

Frank Connor
CEO

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Comments
  1. Jeffrey says:

    A few questions if you would kindly answer.
    1) What is the company doing to try to get the other kind of music videos to this site including Hip Hop , Rock etc.
    2) Are you going after comedy clubs for their content?
    3) Have you had any negotiations with Wall Street Partners or investors to help fund Fargotube ?
    4) You seem to be in a catch 22 situation , where the company needs multiple amount of sales people , but no money to pay these people, what is being done to rectify this situation?
    5)I know you gave out projection for the next quarter, sales are increasing slightly , how or what are you doing to Jump Start the sales before you get left behind from some other company with much deeper financial pockets?

    • chrisbagley says:

      Hi Jeffrey,

      Thank you very much for your questions. We’re focused on getting as much content on to FargoTube as possible, and we’re especially going after performers and content owners who are widely recognized in their respective genres. We’ll keep your specific questions in mind when we give our next quarterly update.

      Thanks again,
      Chris