Capital Ideas TV, Episode 48: CEOs of Lexagene, Village Farms, Generation Mining & First Cobalt

Episode Description

Capital Ideas Media publisher Mark Bunting talks to the founder and CEO of Lexagene, Dr. Jack Regan, who has developed a patented system to test 22 pathogens at once in about an hour. Lexagene is racing toward commercialization – unless the company gets taken out first.

Village Farms CEO Michael DeGiglio pays us another visit to update us on the company’s progress in building out millions of square feet of growing capacity. Find out why DeGiglio wants to ‘accelerate’ commoditization in the sector.

Serial mining entrepreneur Kerry Knoll is back with his latest venture, Generation Mining, after engineering the sale of Pine Point Mining. All this guy does is make shareholders money so keep an eye on this one.

And First Cobalt CEO Trent Mell explains the investment case for his company, which owns the Iron Creek mine in Idaho, and is being described as a ‘go-to’ cobalt supplier and refiner as demand for the metal for electric vehicle batteries stays strong.