VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / January 13, 2022 / The Power Play by The Market Herald has announced the release of new interviews with Datametrex, QuestEx, Metal Energy, and Mobi724 discussing their latest press releases.
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Datametrex (TSXV:DM) selected to proceed on $40M government project
Datametrex AI (DM), along with its consortium partner, has secured a multi-phase R&D program contract. The total value of the fully realized contract is approximately $40 million. Datametrex has been tasked to collaborate with its partner using Datametrex's Social Media Automated Reporting Technologies (SMART) to improve the investigation of social media influencer activities. Datametrex CEO Marshall Gunter sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the contract and share his outlook for 2022.
QuestEx (TSXV:QEX) releases prospecting and geophysical results from KSP Property
QuestEx (QEX) has sampled 51.7 g/t gold and defined a new target at Black Bluff on its KSP Property in B.C. The findings stem from a summer 2021 reconnaissance prospecting and geophysical campaign. Black Bluff contains numerous domains of outcropping mineralization defined by over 500 anomalous to high-grade rock samples from base and precious metal-bearing skarns, high-grade gold-silver-copper quartz vein breccias, and quartz-magnetite vein stockwork occurrences.QuestEx President Tony Barresi sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the results from the campaign.
Metal Energy (TSXV:MERG) appoints Mike Sweeny as Vice-President, Exploration & Development
Metal Energy (MERG) has appointed Mike Sweeny as Vice President, Exploration & Development. Mike is a professional geologist with over 30 years of experience and a strong focus on nickel, copper and platinum group element minerals systems. He has held various positions, including Senior Geologist, for numerous underground and surface exploration programs with Falconbridge-Xstrata-Glencore. Metal Energy CEO James Sykes sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss Mike's appointment.
Mobi724 (TSXV:MOS) launches card-linked offers solution with Visa Inc.
Mobi724 (MOS) has launched its first real-time card-linked offers solution with Visa Inc. to customers in Costa Rica and Panama. The real-time campaigns consist of messages, offers or reminders that cardholders from select Visa issuers in Panama and Costa Rica will receive after making certain types of transactions. The campaigns are expected to generate revenue for the company in Q1-2022. CEO of Mobi724 Global Solutions Inc. Marcel Vienneau sat down with Dave Jackson to discuss the program.
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