NEW YORK, Aug. 18, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Starfleet Innotech, Inc. (OTC Pink: SFIO) today reported financial and operational results for the quarter ended June 30, 2022. The company posted a quarter revenue of $7.05 million, and accomplished a number of major milestones towards its goal of uplisting onto the Nasdaq.
“This quarter’s results speak to Starfleet’s continued commitment to forge new global business opportunities,” said Jeths Lacson, Starfleet Innotech CEO. “As always, we are championing shareholder value, which reflects not only in our achieved milestones but in the infrastructure we continue to build in order to achieve long-term growth.”
During the period covered, the company was able to successfully convert approximately 269 million shares held by current officers and key partners into a new class of Series B Preferred Shares. The goal of this initiative is to demonstrate Starfleet’s commitment for long term engagement. Within the specific key divisions of the company, progress has been made in expanding across Real Estate and F&B. In real estate, a detailed business plan has been completed for MORAYA, charting its pilot micro-township projects in the Philippines.
Meanwhile, market research and feasibility studies have been completed for Starfleet’s flagship F&B business, Epiphany Cafe. These studies map out potential expansions for Epiphany Cafe beyond New Zealand and Australia into Southeast Asia, specifically in Malaysia and the Philippines. In addition to these plans, the company is also in early talks for potential expansions into the US through M&A with established, multi-store brands already in the country.
Following the covered period, Starfleet also managed to secure a number of strategic partnerships and onboard critical new talents. These milestones include:
Letter of Intent signed on July 7, 2022, exploring an acquisition of Enjoy Health Philippines, a company involved in the distribution of organic and superfood products in the Philippines, UAE, and the US.
Letter of Intent signed on July 16, 2022, exploring an acquisition of Process Plastic De Mexico (PPM Toys), a Mexico corporation, manufacturing several branded/licensed toys. Operating since 1970, with more than ten product lines and have sold more than 75 million toys, PPM brings not only significant business to the ecosystem, but also major opportunities in the fields of licensing, merchandising, e-commerce, and non-fungible tokens. PPM Toys has since completed its initial financial audit as part of Starfleet’s due diligence requirements.
Letter of Intent signed on July 20, 2022 exploring an acquisition of Ecoelements, Inc., a company that owns and distributes ‘Herbs of the Earth’ food supplements manufactured in the US, distributed in the Philippines, as well as in other parts of Asia and the US.
Soft Landings Business Accelerators, Inc. joined Starfleet Innotech on July 26, 2022 as a strategic financial advisory team to oversee major projects in the Philippines. Soft Landings’ services span financial advisory, M&A, asset joint ventures, project term loans, general project management, sales and marketing management, and more.
The company officially onboarded its new president, Steven Insalaco. Insalaco brings over 30 years of executive management, corporate finance, and family office experience to SFIO. His expertise is focused company operations and capital structure, utilizing mergers and acquisitions, as well as other business modalities, to improve efficiencies and drive growth, valuations, and returns for capital sources and investors.
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About Starfleet Innotech, Inc.
Starfleet Innotech, Inc. (OTC: SFIO) is a global investment holding company focused on innovation through disruptive collaborations across its three key industries: Food and Beverage (F&B), Real Estate, and Technology. With a strong presence across New Zealand, Australia, Malaysia, the United Arab Emirates, the United States, and the Philippines, SFIO makes strategic investments in high-growth businesses, building synergies across its diverse portfolio to provide 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 futures of its core industries.
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