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Sangui Bio Tech International Inc. - Over 500 Customers: Granulox Sales Ahead of Planning
Date:8/13/2012

WITTEN, Germany, August 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

SastoMed GmbH, global licensee of the Sangui patented wound spray, has submitted the announced report covering the first 100 days of Granulox product sales. The report is available on http://www.sastomed.de. Its results meet and in some parts considerably exceed the expectations which were directed at the joint venture company by SanguiBioTech GmbH as the licenser. SastoMed assumes that the initial investments will have amortized by 2014. Before that already, Sangui will participate in each Euro of revenue in Germany and abroad and will profit by the considerable growth dynamic.

The sales strategy is based on an exemplary assessment of the complex health market the accuracy of which is underpinned by the presented sales progress. Until July 31, the sales force had arranged for almost 4,800 meetings and handed over more than 1,000 samples. After no more than 100 days about 500 customers have been registered as actively purchasing the product. With this customer base SastoMed are ahead of planning. In addition, the sales team is present at most conferences, trade shows or workshops dedicated to wound management. The communication with opinion leaders and the expert public will now be complemented by an extensive advertising campaign in the consumer media and the internet. Still, personal contact and practical experience are decisive to convince the users.  

As had been expected according to the findings of Sangui research and development, impressive documentation of successful wound treatments underline the excellent efficacy of Granulox in everyday health care practice. For some time it had been known among medical researchers that there is a correlation between hypoxia and impeded wound healing. Thanks to its research focus on oxygen Sangui was the first and only company to draw the right conclusions and to develop a hemoglobin based technology which ac
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