VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / May 11, 2022 / The Power Play by The Market Herald provides investors with a quick snapshot of what they need to know about the company's latest press release through exclusive insights and interviews with company executives.
Conifex Timber (TSX:CFF) announces Q1 2022 results
Conifex Timber (CFF) reported results for the first quarter ended March 31, 2022. Conifex Timber Inc. is a Canada based forestry company. Conifex Timber opened trading at C$1.82 per share. Ken Shields, CEO of Conifex sat down with Folake Ekwubiri to highlight the results.
For the full interview with Ken Shields and to learn more about Conifex Timber, click here
Siyata Mobile (NASDAQ:SYTA) delivers FirstNet ready SD7 devices
Siyata Mobile (SYTA) has announced that its SD7 ruggedized device is now certified and approved for use on FirstNet®. Siyata Mobile is a global B2B vendor of next-generation Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC) devices and cellular booster systems. Daniel Kim, VP of Corporate Development sat down with Folake Ekwubiri to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Daniel Kim and to learn more about Siyata Mobile, click here
WestCann Holdings (P.WCH) signs broker agreement for retail distribution across the U.S.
WestCann Holdings (WCH) has signed a brokerhttps://pr.report/NUE4SrW- agreement for the distribution of Laika brand hemp cigarettes in the U.S. Miami-based Cajun Cigar Czar, LLC will distribute WestCann's hemp-based tobacco replacement cigarettes in approximately 100 retail stores. Andreas Gedeon, CEO of WestCann sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Andreas Gedeon and to learn more about WestCann Holdings, click here
Marvel (TSXV:MARV) increases land position at Wicheeda Project
Marvel Discovery (MARV) has announced a Joint Venture agreement to expand its land position in the Rocky Mountain Rare Metal Belt. The company has a right to earn a 50 per cent interest in a 507-hectare claim block adjacent to the Wicheeda Project. Karim Rayani, President and CEO of Marvel Discovery sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Karim Rayani and to learn more about Marvel, click here
Trillion Energy (CSE:TCF) provides SASB drilling program update
Trillion Energy (TCF) has made significant advances in the SASB drilling program, scheduled to commence in July. Trillion Energy is an oil and gas company with multiple assets in Turkey and Bulgaria. Art Halleran, Trillion's CEO sat down with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news.
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