- Nextech Founder and CEO Evan Gappelberg will present at the OTCQB Venture Virtual Investor Conference, scheduled for August 5, 2021, and later at the Jefferies Software Conference to be held September 14 to 15, 2021
- Earlier this year, Evan presented at a Virtual Investor Conference, wherein he highlighted the company’s plans, some of which it has already implemented
- Thus, during the upcoming conferences, which will bring together companies and investors, attendees can expect to learn more about Nextech, its core business, expectations, and more
Nextech AR Solutions (CSE: NTAR) (OTCQB: NEXCF), one of the leaders in the rapidly growing augmented reality (“AR”) industry, recently announced that Founder and CEO Evan Gappelberg will present at two upcoming conferences geared towards bringing companies and investors together.
On August 5, 2021, starting from 9.30 AM ET, Evan will present at the OTCQB Venture Virtual Investor Conference. The live and interactive online event organized by Virtual Investor Conferences (“VIC”) and beamed live on VirtualInvestorConferences.com will feature favorite venture companies traded on the OTCQB (https://ibn.fm/jACO2).
A premier proprietary investor conference series, VIC provides an interactive forum for publicly traded companies to discuss their businesses and investment stories, in addition to answering questions from investors. As a live, online event under the VIC umbrella, therefore, the OTCQB Venture Virtual Investor Conference will not be an outlier. It will promote interactivity by allowing investors to ask companies questions in real-time. The organizers will also make available an archived webcast of the presentations after the event.
Similarly, Evan will present and host 1×1 meetings at the annual Jefferies Software Conference scheduled for September 14 to 15, 2021. Aimed at addressing both near- and long-term investment opportunities, as well as discussing current trends in the United States and beyond, the upcoming event will bring together public and private software companies, leading executives, institutional investors, venture capitalists (“VCs”), and private equity investors. It will feature 1×1/small group meetings, company presentations, fireside chats, and panels (https://ibn.fm/hhmbi).
These two presentations will come just a few months after a February 4 precursor (https://ibn.fm/HlFcV) – which was also a VIC event – during which Evan outlined Nextech’s progress up until that point and expectations for 2021, including planned product and technology launches, as well as its revenue forecast.
“Before we get started with the presentation, I just want to put a little context into the presentation. In 2019, we generated $6 million in revenue. In 2020, we preannounced our revenue as $20 million, and in 2021, we are estimating $50-$60 million in revenue,” Evan began (https://ibn.fm/zHpiq). He then went on to describe “catalysts” for the company beyond revenue, which mainly revolved around expected technology launches within its AR division. These included a proprietary Ad Network and a live holoportation feature on its AirShow App.
Nextech has since launched these two technologies in addition to others, such as LiveX, its digital experience platform (“DXP”) released May 12, and EdTechX, a higher education solution built on Microsoft Azure and available on the LiveX platform.
If the earlier VIC presentation is anything to go by, attendees at the two upcoming conferences can expect to gain more insight into Nextech, its expectations for the future, and the progress it will have made up until then. They can also expect to learn more about AR, Nextech’s core business, present and emerging technologies that will support AR, and more.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.NextechAR.com.
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