eEnergy New Contract Win, Iconic Labs New management Contract and Alan Green on 3 Stocks

Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
13:12, 16th November 2020

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: eEnergy New Contract Win, Iconic Labs New management Contract and Alan Green on 3 Stocks

Harvey Sinclair, CEO of eEnergy #EAAS FOLLOW talks about their largest ever single contract signed to date.

eEnergy is an established "Energy Efficiency-as-a-Service" (EEaaS) business currently focused on providing "Light-as-a-Service" to commercial customers through eLight and RSL. The Group helps businesses and schools switch to LED lighting, typically for a fixed monthly service fee, avoiding any upfront payments. For customers, the energy savings are greater than the monthly service fee, allowing them to unlock free cash-flow from day one as well as to improve the quality of their lighting and reduce carbon emissions. The Group procures, funds, installs and maintains the LED lighting, meaning the customer has no risk.

John Quinlan, CEO of Iconic Labs #ICON FOLLOW discuss their new management contract with Lovin' Media and their recent placing and financing Update.

Iconic Labs is a multi-divisional new media and technology business positioned to deliver best-in-class consultancy, products, marketing and distribution. It is a consumer-first business that utilises data insights to exploit new trends and develop disruptive technologies with a focus on future generations.

(Interview starts at 6 minutes 22 seconds)

Alan Green CEO of Brand Communications talks about:

Venture Life Group #VLG FOLLOW

RA International #RAI FOLLOW

Arkle Resources #ARK FOLLOW

(Interview starts at 14 minutes 44 seconds)

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