This FREE webcast series gives you direct access to companies that have the potential to be the next big thing – it’s an ideal platform for you to identify fast growing, high value opportunities.
Wednesday, 2nd December 12pm (AEDT)
Each session features a selection of industry leaders who provide a succinct overview of big things their companies are doing, followed by an interactive Q&A.
This week we are joined by:
- PlaySide Studios – Gerry Sakkas, Chief Executive Officer
- (ASX: NUS) Nusantara Resources – Neil Whitaker, Managing Director
- (ASX: NIC) Nickel Mines – Justin Werner, Managing Director
CEO - PlaySide Studios
PlaySide Studios is a world renowned video game developer located in Melbourne, Australia. The company is head by senior management, creatives and developers who have paved the way in AAA console and mobile development over the years. They are pioneers in their field and with over 70 staff focusing on high quality development, monetisation and user acquisition. PlaySide Studios has a multitude of titles we are working on and have partnered with some of the worlds largest Hollywood brands.
Managing Director - Nusantara Resources (ASX: NUS)
Nusantara Resources Limited (ASX: NSU) is an Australian mining company which is focussed on growing shareholder value by developing and operating gold projects within the Asia-Pacific region. Nusantara owns a 100% interest in the Awak Mas Gold Project, located in the Luwu Regency of South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia.
The project hosts an open pit Indicated and Inferred Resource of 54.0 Mt at 1.35 g/t Au for 2.35 Moz (April 2020) and an updated Ore Reserve of 35.6Mt at 1.33g/t Au for 1.53Moz (June 2020).
Managing Director - Nickel Mines (ASX: NIC)
Nickel Mines (ASX: NIC) is a significant player in the global nickel industry having established a financial, operational and strategic partnership with China’s Tsingshan group, the world’s largest stainless steel producer.
Nickel Mines now holds 80% economic interests in the Hengjaya Nickel and Ranger Nickel projects, both of which operate 2 line Rotary Kiln Electric Furnace (‘RKEF’) plants producing NPI within the Indonesia Morowali Industrial Park (‘IMIP’). Nickel Mines also holds an 80% economic interest in the Hengjaya Mineralindo Nickel Mine (Hengjaya Mine), a large tonnage, high grade saprolite deposit located in the Morowali Regency of Central Sulawesi, Indonesia.