Versarien, Wey Education and Strategic Minerals
Justin Waite
Vox Markets Podcast with Justin Waite
13:25, 27th November 2019

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On today's Vox Markets Podcast: Versarien, Wey Education and Strategic Minerals

Neill Ricketts, CEO of Versarien (VRS) FOLLOW talks about their textile commercial partnership agreement to develop new garments utilising their graphene ink materials.

Versarien is an advanced engineering materials group. Leveraging proprietary technology, the Group creates innovative engineering solutions for its clients in a diverse range of industries. Versarien has six subsidiaries operating under two divisions: Graphene and Plastics & Hard Wear and Metallic Products.


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Jacqueline Daniell, CEO of Wey Education (WEY) FOLLOW discusses operational progress and the recent director share dealings.

Wey Education is an AIM listed holding company of an educational group providing services online worldwide. Using state of the art digital technology, Wey operates two established divisions – InterHigh, a non-selective fee paying online secondary school, established in 2005 and Academy21, B2B division serving other educational providers, schools, local authorities and other public bodies.

(Interview starts at 13 minutes 39 seconds)


SML

Peter Wale, Executive Director of Strategic Minerals (SML) FOLLOW provides a comprehensive update on recent corporate and operational announcements.

Strategic Minerals plc is a AIM listed minerals production and development company focused on developing projects prospective for battery materials.

(Interview starts at 23 minutes 28 seconds)

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