3 Tech Companies to Watch from the Small Cap Growth Virtual Investor Conference
OTC Markets’ Small Cap Growth Conference, which took place virtually on October 7th, 2021, featured presentations from tech companies in real estate, printed electronics, and digital advertising. The conference gives small cap companies the opportunity to present to and interact with investors and establish a global investor network.
EQ Inc. (TSXV: EQ) (“EQ Works” or “EQ”) uses targeted, location-based SaaS (software as a service) technology to “understand, predict, and influence customer behavior.” EQ recently announced its acquisition of Paymi, a cloud-based platform for tracking consumer behavior. This partnership will utilize one of EQ’s two proprietary platforms, LOCUS, to help brands and retailers strengthen marketing strategies.
EQ services clients including IKEA, Nissan, Microsoft, and HarperCollins. The company’s data and location services make it a “leader in the fastest-growing segment of the advertising industry,” with the largest database of location behavior data in North America.
Ynvisible Interactive Inc.
Ynvisible Interactive Inc. (TSXV: YNV) (OTCQB: YNVYF) (FRA: 1XNA) (“Ynvisible”) produces printed electronics, operating in the following marketing segments: Medical Devices, Supply Chain & Logistics and Premium Consumer Goods and Toys. The company specializes in contract customized electrochromic displays, DIY ink kits, and a variety of other piloting and prototyping services for its customers.
Ynvisible is part of the fast-growing Internet-of-Things (IoT) market, a transformative market that includes technologies like Amazon’s Ring and Google’s Nest.
Voxtur Analytics Corp.
Voxtur Analytics Corp. (TSXV: VXTR) (OTCQB: VXTRF) (“Voxtur”) uses AI technology to improve insight on property valuations for its clients. Voxtur possesses the largest verified database in real estate and spans to the U.S. and Canada.
Voxtur has recently executed a membership interest purchase agreement for the acquisition of issued and outstanding limited liability membership interests of RealWealth Technologies LLC (“RealWealth”), repositioning RealWealth as VoxturWealth.
Voxtur was granted a “Buy” rating from Eight Capital analyst Christian Sgro, with a projected one-year return of 45 per cent.