The Power Play by The Market Herald Releases New Interviews with Trillion Energy, POET Technologies, Nextech AR Solutions and Nextleaf Solutions Discussing Their Latest News
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Feb 02, 2023, 2:50 PM ET
VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / February 2, 2023 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Trillion Energy, POET Technologies, Nextech AR Solutions and Nextleaf Solutions discussing their latest news.
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Trillion Energy (CSE:TCF) discovers an abundance of gas pay at the SASB field
Trillion Energy (TCF) has found new depths to its Guluc 2 well at the South Akcakoca Sub-Basin (SASB) gas field. The well reached 3,910 metres total measured depth and true vertical depth of 1,623 metres. The discovery is comprised of more than 70 metres of gas pay. V.P. Corporate Development Colin Robson met with Coreena Robertson to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Colin Robson and to learn about Trillion Energy, click here.
POET Technologies (TSXV:PTK) partners with LuxshareTech
POET (PTK) has partnered with LuxshareTech, a global technology provider for enterprise and data-communications. The companies will work toward the sale of power-efficient, easily assembled and cost-optimized 400G and 800G transceiver solutions. Raju Kankipati, Vice President of Product Management, spoke with Coreena Robertson about POET's strategic partnership and the benefits of its new solutions.
For the full interview with Raju Kankipati and to learn about POET, click here.
Nextech AR Solutions (CSE:NTAR) to spin out Toggle3D
Nextech AR Solutions (NTAR) plans to pursue a direct spin-out of its AI-powered SaaS platform, Toggle3D. Toggle3D enables the creation, design, configuration and deployment of 3D models at scale using CAD files. CEO Evan Gappelberg met with Coreena Robertson to discuss the spin-out.
For the full interview with Evan Gappelberg and to learn about Nextech AR Solutions, click here.
Nextleaf (CSE:OILS) increases revenue by over 50 per cent in fiscal 2022
Nextleaf (OILS) has announced audited financial results for fiscal 2022, which ended September 30, 2022. Revenue was $5,351,509, up by 52 per cent YoY. The company ended 2022 as a top 5 seller of CBD oil and a top 10 seller in vapes across B.C.. CEO Paul Pedersen sat down with Coreena Robertson to add context to the results and discuss what to expect from the company in the future.
For the full interview with Paul Pedersen and to learn about Nextleaf, click here.
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