Very valid concern, I have no grounds to speak on but as a business owner and a very new Grobo owner, I will share my initial impression. Owning a small business is extremely difficult, I am positive they have conquered some extremely difficult obstacles, I’m sure they are facing some now, and I’m sure there will be more in the future, it’s just the nature of the beast. The product appears to be very solid, that said reading through this forum it is obvious that there are “kinks” that are still being worked through. I feel that is to be expected with such a new/(groundbreaking in my opinion) machine. It almost feels as though we are all invested beta testers which I for one am completely cool with. Their quick responses and high level involvement with their clientele community is almost unmatched, I have not seen another specialized product with such a solid support system, I honestly don’t know where they find the time, Grobo team do you ever sleep haha? So long as we the clientele community keep showing our support and spreading the word to friends and family members (appropriately) about just how special and effective the product is, coupled with the Grobo team keeping up their impressive efforts. Their product will refine, word will spread (especially with growing certain plants legalizing slowly throughout the world and the post-Covid social environment causing people to want to stay home which I view as favorable for Grobo), ultimately they will be “here to stay”.
My question is assuming they succeed, which big player buys them out and what does #Grobolife look like after that occurs??
Disclaimer: this is simply a verbal mind dump of a bored business person stuck at home waiting on seeds and nutrients take it for what it is!