GET REAL USA, INC. (OTCMKTS:GTRL) did everything to protect its shareholders’ value but its efforts do not find appreciation from the investors. In a recent press note, the company tried to gain the investors’ interest by notifying the generous deed of its executives, who said that they will leave their entire annual compensation for the growth of the company.
More capital for investments
GET REAL USA, INC. (OTCMKTS:GTRL)’s CEO Thoman Beener said that he will sacrifice his entire annual pay for the year 2015 so that the company’s valuable capital could be put to use for pursuing investments. Beener tried to infuse hopes in the minds of the company’s investors by reaffirming that the company has the ability to grow only if top executives let go their salaries for a bigger goal.
He further stated that the company is required to show tangible growth, which is possible only through capital deployments. He said that going forward the company will focus on value addition to its business, stock and will try to boost its market share and revenue throughout 2015.
Will keep Amazon.com
Meanwhile, GET REAL USA, INC. (OTCMKTS:GTRL) said that it will launch its e-commerce platform by April end. This will be supplemented by the company’s multiple steps to diversify its revenues streams, which will include addition of suppliers for its product. However, the company asserted that in the process of building its own e-commerce platform, it will not separate out from initiatives taken on Amazon.com.
GET REAL USA, INC. (OTCMKTS:GTRL) clarified that the availability of its products on Amazon’s platform and its partnership with the online retail giant will continue, which should drive higher sales. The company added that it will be premature to solely shift operatins on its own e-commerce platform.
Having said that, GET REAL USA, INC. (OTCMKTS:GTRL) is left with an ardent task of bringing in the revenues, which are currently zero as on January 31, 2015. The company’s stock shed half of its value on the last trading session to $0.00220 as 2.51 million shares traded on the day.