Dude, that’s marketing effectively for them but also for Sawston, which belongs to NWBO. As I mentioned in my other post, it effectively functions, as a facility, like an incubator for Advent and for the bios they may ultimately recruit once they finish building it FOR NWBO. NWBO owns it, it’s a cost to fully staff it and keep it ready for commercial production until they are both approved for commercial sales and have the demand to use all of the space, which all needs to be maintained. Initially NWBO will only be doing compassionate use/ out of pocket sales, and that will be likely to be relatively low volume, when compared to commercial sales upon approval that will be covered. So symbiotically, Advent is the facilities manager and can use the unused space during that time to build their business and to help other small bios as their contract manufacturer. The contract arrangements allow them to make proposals for work to NWBO and subject to NWBO’s approval, different projects can commence. Presumably it will entail revenue streams for both companies. Not likely a lot for NWBO since it is providing mainly space and Advent has to be competitive, but it creates a local facility and does not require that NWBO have all of the costs of maintaining the entire space, and all the employees, until approval. That can be a huge cost up front. <br /> <br /> Basically it is bootstraps for everyone including NWBO. Everyone is operating at maximal entrepreneurial efficiency, to the best extent possible.