VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / December 16, 2021 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of a new interviews with Logiq, Hill Street, and Lithium Chile discussing their latest press releases.
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Logiq (NEO:LGIQ) completes transfer of AppLogiq assets into publicly-traded subsidiary
Logiq (LGIQ) has finalized the terms of its agreement with Lovarra to transfer Logiq's AppLogiq assets into Lovarra. The agreement supports Logiq's plans to separate its DataLogiq and AppLogiq businesses into two independent publicly traded companies. Logiq is also applying to FINRA to change the name of Lovarra to GoLogiq and obtain a new trading symbol. Eligible Logiq shareholders will receive shares in Lovarra/GoLogiq on or about June 30, 2022. Brent Suen, President of Logiq sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Loqic, click here.
Hill Street (TSXV:BEER) provides business update one year after acquiring the usage rights to DehydraTECH
It has been one year since Hill Street's acquisition of the usage rights to DehydraTECH™. The acquisition has fueled a 129 per cent increase in gross profit for the quarter and a 13 per cent increase in profit margin over fiscal 2020. The B2B licensing model does not require the levels of product inventory and working capital investment required to operate its legacy beverage business. Craig Binkley, Co-CEO of Hill Street, sat down with Caroline Egan to provide an update.
For the full interview with Hill Street, click here.
Lithium Chile (TSXV:LITH) completes production test well preparation on the Salar De Arizaro Property
Lithium Chile (LITH) has completed the preparation of the production test well on its 23,300-hectare Salar de Arizaro Property in Salta, Argentina. The Arizaro prospect is a potentially transformational project for Lithium Chile. The earlier exploration hole, located 100 meters east of the production test well, returned average lithium grades of 850 mg/l over 6 separate samples. Steve Cochrane, CEO of Lithium Chile sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the news.
For the full interview with Lithium Chile, click here.
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