Investor Insight Balcony Series
Balcony Series Launch - December 2015
Leading investor relations advisor, Cannings Purple would like to invite you to our upcoming Investor Insight event.
Our Investor Insight events provide an opportunity to have a beer and chat with the MDs of leading resources companies. The format will comprise senior management of Strandline Resources (ASX: STA), Redstone Resources (ASX:RDS) and Potash West NL (ASX: PWN) presenting to small groups in a relaxed but informative environment with canapés and refreshments served throughout.
There will also be an opportunity to network following the presentation.
Date: Wednesday 9th December, 2015
Time: 3:00pm – 5:30pm
Venue: The Balcony, Cannings Purple offices,
Level 4, 11 Harvest Terrace, West Perth
(Parliament stop (No. 21) on the Red Cat)
Strandline Resources (ASX:STA) is focused on mineral sands exploration and development in Tanzania.
The Company recently expanded its tenement portfolio through the acquisition of Jacana Resources (Tanzania). Aircore drilling has commenced on the high priority and high grade targets in Tanzania with results due in January 2015.
Redstone Resources Limited (ASX Code: RDS) is a mineral exploration company based in Perth, Western Australia. Redstone Resources is concentrating its exploration in the Western Musgrave Region of Australia, where it holds tenements with an area of 775km2.
The Tollu Copper Nickel (Cu-Ni) Project (the Project) area hosts a giant swarm of hydrothermal copper rich veins in a mineralised system covering an area of at least 6km2 and forming part of a dilation system between two major shears.
Potash West (ASX:PWN) is an exploration company focused on developing extensive greensand deposits in Western Australia’s Perth Basin. The Company aims to define a substantial resource base and investigate how best to recover potash, phosphate and other minerals from the greensand. A successful commercial outcome will allow the Company to become a major contributor to the fertiliser market at a time of heightened demand.