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The Power Play by The Market Herald Releases Interviews with Datametrex, QuestEx, Metal Energy, and Mobi724

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Vancouver, British Columbia / ACCESSWIRE / January 13, 2022 / The Power Play of The Market Herald has announced new interviews with Datametrex, QuestEx, Metal Energy and Mobi724 to discuss their latest press releases.

The Power Play from The Market Herald provides investors with a snapshot of what they need to know about the company’s latest press release through exclusive insights and interviews with company executives.

Datametrex (TSXV: DM) has been selected to move forward with a $40 million government project

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Datametrex AI (DM), together with its consortium partner, has been awarded the contract for a multi-stage research and development programme. The total value of the fully realized contract is approximately $40 million. Together with its partner, Datametrex has been tasked with using Datametrex’s Social Media Automated Reporting (SMART) technologies to better investigate the activities of social media influencers. Datametrex CEO Marshall Gunter sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the contract and share his predictions for 2022.

For the full interview with Marshall Gunter and to learn more about the new Datametrex contract, click here.

QuestEx (TSXV: QEX) releases exploration and geophysical findings from KSP Property

QuestEx (QEX) has sampled 51.7 g/ton of gold and identified a new target in Black Bluff on a KSP property in British Columbia. The Black Bluff contains numerous areas of outcrop mineralization identified from over 500 anomalous to high-quality samples of base and precious metal-bearing surfaces, high-quality quartz vein breccias of gold, silver, and copper, and quartz-magnetite vein inventory facts. Tony Parisi sat down with Caroline Egan to discuss the results of the campaign.

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For the full interview with Tony Barresi and to learn more about the QuestEx results, click here.

Metal Energy (TSXV: MERG) has appointed Mike Sweeney as Vice President, Exploration and Development

Metal Energy (MERG) has appointed Mike Sweeney as Vice President, Exploration and Development. Mike is a professional geologist with over 30 years of experience and a strong focus on nickel, copper and platinum group minerals systems. He has held various positions, including chief geologist, for several underground and surface exploration programs with Falconbridge-Xstrata-Glencore. James Sykes, CEO of Metal Energy, sat down with Carolyn Egan to discuss Mike’s appointment.

For the full interview with James Sykes and to learn more about Metal Energy’s appointment of Mike Sweeney, click here.

Mobi724 (TSXV:MOS) has launched a card-linked offering solution with Visa Inc.

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Mobi724 (MOS) has launched the first real-time card-linked offering solution with Visa Inc. For customers in Costa Rica and Panama. Real-time campaigns consist of messages, offers or reminders that cardholders receive from specific Panama and Costa Rica visa issuers after certain types of transactions are made. The campaigns are expected to generate revenue for the company in the first quarter of 2022. Marcel Viaeno, CEO of Mobi724 Global Solutions Inc. sat. With Dave Jackson to discuss the program.

For the full interview with Marcel Vienot and to learn more about the new Mobi724 programme, click here.

Daily Interviews for The Power Play are released by The Market Herald. To learn more about the companies featured in The Power Play or to explore our other interviews, visit The Power Play from The Market Herald.

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