VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 17, 2021 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Sprout AI, Billy Goat Brands, White Gold Corp., and Logiq discussing their latest press releases.
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Sprout AI Inc. (CSE:BYFM) distributor TheraCann Australia and Ivory Medical break ground on new cultivation facility
TheraCann Australia has been contracted by Ivory Medical to provide technical and operational support for the facility. The cultivation technology selected is Sprout AI's version 2 automated vertical indoor rolling rack enclosed plant habitat and root chamber technology. Chris Bolton, Founder & CEO of TheraCann International sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the cultivation facility.
Billy Goat Brands (CSE:GOAT) investee Sophie's Kitchen partners with Southwind Foods
Billy Goat Brands (GOAT) investee Sophie's Kitchen has signed a master brokerage sales agreement with leading seafood distributor Southwind Foods. Under the master brokerage sales agreement and equity partnership with Southwind, GOAT's products will be distributed across tens of thousands of distribution points.Billy Goat Brands CEO Tony Harris sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the announcement.
White Gold Corp. (TSXV:WGO) reports results for the recently completed maiden diamond drilling program on the Betty Property
White Gold (WGO) is pleased to announce results for the maiden diamond drilling program on the company's Betty Property. Six diamond drill holes totalling 1,364m tested the Betty Ford target and two of the six diamond drill holes intersected significant broad zones of near surface gold mineralization. David D'Onofrio, President & CEO of White Gold Corp. sat down with Caroline Egan to highlight the drill program results.
Logiq's (NEO:LGIQ) gross profit up 108 per cent in Q3
Logiq (LGIQ) has reported financial results for Q3 2021. Revenue increased 11 per cent to C$7.8 million, gross margins for DataLogiq and AppLogiq both improved substantially, and consolidated gross margin was 29.5 percent, up 13.7 percent from Q3 2020. The company's President, Brent Suen, spoke to our Caroline Egan to shed light on the results.
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