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Proactive Investors One2One Investor Forum - London

Medusa Mining | Cora Gold | Group Eleven Resources Ltd. | Harvest Minerals Ltd. | Crusader Resources Ltd

The presentations will start at 6:00pm and finish at approx 8:00pm. After the presentations are complete the directors will also be available to take questions during a free canapé and wine reception. Details on the presenting companies can be found below.


This event is suitable for the following:

Sophisticated & private investors, private client brokers, fund managers, financial institutions, hedge funds, buy & sell side analysts and journalists.


The event is not suitable for people pursuing commercial opportunities.

Cora Gold

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Cora Gold Limited (“Cora” or “the Company”) is a gold exploration company with a focus on the prolific gold regions of Mali and Senegal. The Company controls 1,700km2 of high quality ground in the Yanfolila Gold Belt and Kedougou-Kenieba Inlier regions of West Africa with an exciting discovery at Sanankoro and numerous drill ready exploration targets. The Company’s Board and Management has a long track record of exploration and development success in the African gold industry.

Market: AIM
52-week High/Low: 18.50p / 11.13p
Market Cap: 7.83M

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Crusader Resources Ltd

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Crusader Resources Ltd (ASX:CAS) is listed on the Australian Securities Exchange.

Market: ASX
52-week High/Low: A$0.14 / A$0.06
Market Cap: A$22.75M

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Group Eleven Resources Ltd.

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Group Eleven Resources Corp. (the "Company”) is registered in Canada and focused on zinc exploration in Ireland. Key projects include Ballinalack, Stonepark and Silvermines, as well as, Tralee. Significant shareholders include MAG Silver Corp. (MAG-TSX, MAG-NYSE) and Teck Resources Limited (TECK.a and TECK.b-TSX, TECK-NYSE). The Company is led by CEO, Bart Jaworski - an exploration geologist and former mining equity analyst with over 20 years’ industry experience.

Market: TSX-V
52-week High/Low: C$0.40 / C$0.25
Market Cap: C$6.25M

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Harvest Minerals Ltd.

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Harvest Minerals is a potash and phosphate exploration and development company with projects located in Brazil.

The Group has four principal fertilizer projects – the Sergi Potash Project, the Capela Potash Project, the Arapua Fertilizer Project and the Mandacaru Phosphate Project. The Company’s Brazilian subsidiary Triunfo Mineracao holds 100% of the mineral rights in respect of the Sergi Potash Project and the Mandacaru Phosphate Project, 51% of the mineral rights in respect of and the Capela Potash Project. The Company’s other Brazilian subsidiary Triunfo Fertilizantes holds 100% of the mineral rights in respect of the Arapua Fertilizer Project. The Group is currently undertaking various exploration and development activities on all projects and, subject to capital availability, intends to undertake further exploratory analysis and drilling activities, where appropriate, over the course of the coming year on the assets to further prove up their potential.

The Company is listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM market.

Market: AIM
52-week High/Low: 18.70p / 6.80p
Market Cap: 18.57M

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Medusa Mining

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Medusa Mining Limited (“Medusa” or the “Company”), a public company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX) under the code MML, is an Australian based gold producer, focused solely in the Philippines.

Market: ASX
52-week High/Low: A$0.52 / A$0.27
Market Cap: A$89.35M

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