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    Xtract Resources chief discusses new South African copper project

    Jan Nelson, the chief executive of Xtract Resources (LON:XTR), talks investors through the road ahead for the AIM-listed mining group’s new copper tailings project in South Africa, including a bankable feasibility study and subsequent debt financing. Xtract has taken out an option over two copper tailings dumps and is looking at acquiring five more. The option will see Mineral Technologies International assign to Xtract the Slime Dumps Agreement it signed with O'Kiep Copper. Xtract then has a seven month window for due diligence before it has to decide if processing the material is economically viable.  Nelson also discusses the progress at its Chilean copper/gold mine, Chepica, where he expects a profit of around US$500,000 ‘within the next three months’.

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    Alan Green says Traders Own is ‘blueprint for future of crowdfunding’

    Traders Own is something of a blueprint for the future of crowdfunding, according to Alan Green, who runs the share dealing and crowdfunding website. Green believes the platform addresses the concerns expressed by City watchdog, the FCA, about some of the platforms out there. He discusses possible funding routes for the business, as well as the exit strategy further down the line. Green explains what happens when a company’s funding doesn’t complete and the due diligence carried out on the investors that use the website.

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    Xeros Technology CEO: Great traction already in hotel industry

    Bill Westwater, the chief executive officer of Xeros Technology Group (LON:XSG), says the AIM-listed company’s environmentally friendly washing machines are already a hit with the hotel industry. Speaking exclusively to Proactive Investors, Westwater says the company is aiming to turn a profit in the next couple of years and explains why Xeros is focusing on the US market more than everywhere else. The group, whose machines use a novel technology involving polymer beads, already counts four out of the top five hotel chains as customers. He adds that following last year’s AIM float, Xeros is a ‘very well-funded company at this stage of the game’.

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    CEO of new AIM entrant Redx Pharma on bucking the traditional biotech trend

    Neil Murray, the chief executive of Redx Pharma (LON:REDX), tells Proactive Investors why the company’s strategy is ‘unusual’ compared to traditional drug developers on the market. ‘Our model is a little bit different to the traditional biotech model in that we’re looking at crystallising revenues from programmes earlier than people normally would,’ says Murray, who adds that analyst expect the company to reach breakeven in the 2016 financial year. The group floated on AIM today at 85p a share, raising £15mln and giving it a market capitalisation of £55mln.

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    AFC Energy chief on staged approach in Germany

    Adam Bond, chief executive of AFC Energy (LON:AFC), talks Proactive Investors through the phased approach in Germany, where the AIM-listed group is to build the world’s largest industrial alkaline fuel cell facility. AFC can start work on the foundations of the facility at Stade after receiving partial building approval, with first power from the plant towards the end of 2015. Bond explains what other permits will be needed at the plant and says he is confident the company still has enough cash in the bank.

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    Wolf Minerals MD upbeat after reserves upgrade in Devon

    Russell Clark, managing director of Wolf Minerals (LON:WLFE), says everything is on track at the Hemerdon project in Devon where the group hopes to begin mining tungsten and tin this summer. It comes as the AIM and ASX-listed miner unveiled a 34% lift in reserves at the site, boosting the mine’s potential lifespan by three years. Clark explains the benefits of being able to work seven days a week at the mine, which he sees continuing, and says he doesn’t foresee any pitfalls that could delay the start of operations.

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    EG Solutions CEO keen to win contracts in new sectors and territories

    Elizabeth Gooch, the chief executive of eg solutions (LON:EGS), says the group is keen to close more business in new sectors and new territories following a strong set of full-year figures from the back office software optimisation company.  The group’s share price rose today after it swung to a profit thanks to a 69% rise in revenues. Gooch says that was a result of the company capitalising on the investments made in 2013 and flags up ‘many more contracts in the pipeline’.

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    Rosslyn Data Technologies CEO sees clear roadmap to cash flow breakeven

    Charles Clark, the chief executive of Rosslyn Data Technologies (LON:RDT), says the AIM-listed big data firm has a clear roadmap to cash flow breakeven, which he estimates is 18 months to two years away based on current run rates. Rosslyn’s CEO talks Proactive Investors through the strategy of partnering with ‘some really exciting large corporates’. Clark also explains how the group helps firms cleanse unwanted data and discusses the ‘vast market’ for big data. ‘There is an unknown amount of value that can be unlocked from this data,’ he says. 

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    Premier African Minerals CEO very confident about securing financing

    George Roach, chief executive of Premier African Minerals (LON:PREM), says he is confident the AIM-listed miner can secure the necessary financing to fund the final stretch of construction at its RHA tungsten project in Zimbabwe.  Talks are ongoing over the final tranche of finance required to complete building of the project. Despite this, earthworks are ahead of schedule and the components for the plant are being readied for assembly in Johannesburg. Roach says the company anticipates its debt will be repaid within 12-18 months of the start of operations at RHA.

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    Akers Biosciences boss: It’s now all about execution

    Ray Akers, co-founder and executive chairman of Akers Biosciences (LON:AKR, NASDAQ:AKER), says the company must now deliver on its goals now it has all the building blocks in place after its recent sales and marketing push. Yesterday, the group revealed sales of its test for people with an allergy to blood thinner Heparin more than doubled in 2014. Akers says the company is set to turn cash flow positive this year, meaning it currently has no plans to return to the market for more funds.

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