NEW YORK, May 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Starfleet InnotechInc. (OTC Rose: SFIO) (“FIO” or “The” Company “) closes the first stage of its American roadshow with a successful presentation at the Planet MicroCap conference in Las Vegas, strategic meetings with Silicon Valley partners in Palo Alto. Towards the end of the month, leaders of the global conglomerate will gather in New York to cement the agreements needed to establish a more concrete presence in the United States.
“While we already have a presence in the United States through our office, key personnel and strategic partners, our Las Vegas storefront officially kicks off the next phase of our growth as a conglomerate,” said Santiago Arnaiz, general manager of communications at SFIO. “We recognize the critical role North America plays as fertile ground for our global expansion. Incredibly exciting projects are being launched across the SFIO ecosystem – in the Philippines, Dubai, Malaysia and beyond – all essential parts of our growth journey. Our job here in the United States is to find partners interested in joining us in this adventure. So far, the reception has been promising.
As a global investment holding company, SFIO is focused on driving innovation through disruptive collaborations across its three key sectors: food and beverage (F&B), real estate and technology. This translates into making strategic investments in high-growth businesses and creating synergies across its diverse portfolio to deliver maximum shareholder value.
SFIO currently has offices in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, United Arab Emirates, Philippines and the United States. Over the next few months, the SFIO team will be mobilizing across North Americabuilding on its momentum in Las Vegas and San Francisco, to establish a more tangible presence in the region.
Last week, Arnaiz and Chief Investor Officer Richard De Lima introduced SFIO at the Planet MicroCap showcase to an audience of investors, fund managers and family offices. In Toronto, CEO Jeths Lacson mobilized a signed partnership with the company’s Canadian distributor to Wonderful coffee and honey products from Manuka Epiphany. Under the agreement, the company’s F&B products will be available for purchase online through Amazon, and eventually through major retail outlets in North America.
Meanwhile, Chief Technology Officer Richard Prodigalidad met with technology partners in San Francisco and Palo Alto, including wearable biotech developer NeuroSky. Wearables developed by NeuroSky are expected to be incorporated into SFIO’s real estate projects under the Moraya brand of wellness and technology-focused townships. Deployed through Project Fort, a community health dashboard service and subsidiary of SFIO, these wearable devices will gather the data needed to launch entirely new approaches to proactive community care.
In addition to ecosystem partners, Prodigalidad has secured commitments to connect the growing demand for tech talent in Silicon Valley with highly skilled developers and designers based in the Philippines, positioning SFIO as the central hub of an ecosystem of global innovation. More details on this new initiative will be shared in the coming months.
“Work continues on connecting with investors and other growth catalysts to take SFIO to the next level. our recent participation in Planet MicroCap and deepenings of partnership agreements,” said Arnaiz. “It was exciting to be able to sit down with our partners in Silicon Valley to launch our co-creation efforts in the field of technology. I look forward to doing the same in New York, representing our companies as Epiphany Cafe with potential F&B partners.
Among these potential partners are large distributors, retail stores, manufacturers and cafe franchises, with which SFIO hopes to bring its F&B businesses like Epiphany Cafe and Gorgeous cafe in the country. To support these growth efforts, the company will engage with a US-focused IR company to build traction in this crucial market.
“Our goal at SFIO is to connect promising companies in emerging economies with crucial growth catalysts, many of which are based in the United States,” Arnaiz said. “Over the past year or so, we have worked hard to champion these promising companies. Now we are focusing on the United States, to build the other side of this global infrastructure. During our stay, we will seek to accomplish three things: forge strategic partnerships with institutional players, increase the visibility of our global activities, and gather the resources we need to get Starfleet off the ground. »
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Starfleet InnotechInc. (SFIO) is a global investment holding company focused on innovation through disruptive collaborations across its three core sectors: food and beverage (F&B), real estate and technology. With a strong presence in New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States and the Philippines, SFIO makes strategic investments in high-growth companies, creating synergies across its diverse portfolio to deliver maximum shareholder value. Guided by tradition, driven by innovation and enabled by collaboration, SFIO is on a hyper-growth path to build a thriving global business ecosystem, shaping the future of its core industries.
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