VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 29, 2021 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Datametrex, HIRE Technologies, Metal Energy, and Appia discussing their latest press releases.
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Datametrex (TSXV:DM) reports record Q3 results
Datametrex AI has reported record results for the three and nine-month periods ending September 30, 2021. Highlights include a revenue increase by 122.6 per cent in Q3 2021 compared to Q3 2020, Q3 gross revenue of $10,821,697, nine month gross revenue of $40,315,888, Q3 gross profit of $3,021,838, and nine month gross profit of $19,309,184. Marshall Gunther, CEO of Datametrex AI sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the record results.
HIRE Technologies (TSXV:HIRE) releases record Q3 results and prepares to participate in upcoming conferences
HIRE Technologies reported its financial results for Q3, including a record quarterly revenue. The company also announced that CEO Simon Dealy will present and host one-on-one meetings with investors at the Sidoti Virtual Micro Cap Conference on December 8. HIRE Technologies will also be hosting its inaugural virtual investor event showcasing HIRE and its portfolio companies on Thursday, December 2. Simon Dealy sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the news.
Metal Energy (TSXV:MERG) begins trading on the TSXV
Metal Energy has commenced trading today on the TSX Venture Exchange. Both of its assets, Manibridge and Strange, are highly prospective for significant nickel discoveries. The company will begin drilling in January 2022 backed by over C$7 million in cash. Metal Energy is an Ore Group company focused on exploring for world-class nickel, copper and PGE deposits. Metal Energy CEO James Sykes sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the news.
Appia (CSE:API) announces partial assay results from its drilling program at the Alces Lake property
Appia Rare Earths & Uranium is pleased to announce partial assays results from its drilling program at the Alces Lake property. Appia has received assays from diamond drilling core at Wilson North and Richard. All four holes assayed high-grade gallium ranging from 0.01 wt% to 0.10 wt% Ga2O3. Frederick Kozak, President of Appia sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the results
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