John McKenna wrote:
Any sales of the remaining 'stock' should have made a dent in that presumably?
I should clarify that sales of product falls into two main categories: Goods and Services.
Goods are: Printed booklets, DVDs and SRs Openings book. All of these cost real money to stock the ECF warehouse with. These continue to sell at a trickle.
Services are: payments to take tests. The web site continues to sell these with a small fixed cost of the server hosting at Zen Internet. So, sales of tests is more or less pure margin.
If only the Director of Marketing was to throw his weight behind this. We could see a Certificate of ChessBoxing Merit possibly?