Hi, technical question, I'm assuming the hot syngas flows over a heat exchanger connected to a waste heat boiler so that heat energy is always captured ? is that true and whether it is or isn't true, does the DMG produce hydrogen and electric simultaneously or is it one or the other depending what mode it is in?
Gfinity (AIM: GFIN), a world-leading esports solutions provider, today announces the appointment of Marc Regeur as Head of Brands and Digital Relations, who joins the Gfinity team with immediate effect.
Marc brings a deep knowledge of the gaming sector, a proven commercial track record and extensive e-commerce experience to the team. He joins Gfinity from Blizzard Entertainment, a leading developer and publisher of video games, where he was International Business Development Director, responsible for both partner acquisition efforts and the international digital commerce strategy across all Blizzard franchises. Previous to this, Marc was Head of E-Business Development in Europe for Reckitt, one of the world’s leading hygiene, health and nutrition brand companies.
Marc will join Gfinity as Head of Brands and Digital Relations. He will work closely with the Gfinity Digital Media and Commercial teams to identify commercial growth strategies and will be responsible for driving revenue opportunities across our owned and co-owned properties.
John Clarke, Gfinity CEO, said: “I am delighted to welcome Marc to the Gfinity team. He is a proven leader in the commercial and digital space. Marc’s knowledge of the publisher and brand landscape will be key as Gfinity continues on its transformation journey, with an emphasis on turbo charging the growth of our digital media group and the licensing of our tech IP.”
Marc Regeur said: “Gfinity Digital Media has experienced an incredible growth story since its launch in 2020 and I’m excited to be helping the network take its next steps at such a pivotal moment in its journey. At its core Gfinity is about engaging and interacting with the gaming community, be that through big stakes tournaments, high quality video content or tailored digital media campaigns. I look forward to working with the teams to accelerate Gfinity’s growth over the coming years”
Margins are up also it's worth pointing out and the company earned money in 3 consecutive months last year. The fundamentals here are going the right way.
AIM is hemorrhaging money right now, so wouldn't worry about there being anything specifically wrong with this stock. Broker note only released a week or so ago saying TP is 8.6p and company expect CAGR of 43% which is massive. esports is only going to become more and more popular.
No worries here at all. genuinely, of all the stocks I'm in, this is the one I am least worried about.