After a weekend with no visible changes to the BT Wholesale demand tracker system Monday produced the expected. Both Inverness Culloden and Adwick Le Street have attained 100% of their trigger levels.
There is also just two weeks left before the first exchange ends its 42 day Advance Order phase, fingers crossed we will see an announcement and provisional date for when the exchange will be commissioned shortly after. A date around three to four months away for the exchange taking its first paying customer is expected.
The last week has seen an extra 16000 registrations added to our demand tracker, that is some achievement. This may be the first signs of demand picking up due to the advertising campaign, or just the fact that people are back at work after the summer and the nights are drawing in.
The Top 10 is showing no signs of a slow down, the next three or four exchanges are poised to reach their trigger levels.
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