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Gorilla Technology Group Inc

Gorilla Technology Group Inc (GRRR)

3.08
-0.005
( -0.16% )
Updated: 13:30:38

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Current Price
3.08
Bid
3.06
Ask
3.10
Volume
105,823
3.01 Day's Range 3.13
2.50 52 Week Range 62.90
Market Cap
Previous Close
3.085
Open
3.13
Last Trade
1
@
3.08
Last Trade Time
14:00:37
Financial Volume
$ 325,467
VWAP
3.0756
Average Volume (3m)
1,293,712
Shares Outstanding
8,698,810
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
1.99
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
1.55
Revenue
70.95M
Net Profit
13.5M

About Gorilla Technology Group Inc

Gorilla Technology Group Inc is primarily engaged in providing information, software, and data processing services. Gorilla Technology Group Inc is primarily engaged in providing information, software, and data processing services.

Sector
Prepackaged Software
Industry
Prepackaged Software
Headquarters
Grand Cayman, Cym
Founded
1970
Gorilla Technology Group Inc is listed in the Prepackaged Software sector of the NASDAQ with ticker GRRR. The last closing price for Gorilla Technology was $3.09. Over the last year, Gorilla Technology shares have traded in a share price range of $ 2.50 to $ 62.90.

Gorilla Technology currently has 8,698,810 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Gorilla Technology is $26.79 million. Gorilla Technology has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 1.99.

GRRR Latest News

Gorilla Technology to Participate in Water Tower Fireside Chat Series

LONDON, June 14, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (“Gorilla” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: GRRR), a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence...

UPDATE -- Gorilla on a Roll

LONDON, June 13, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (NASDAQ: GRRR) (“Gorilla” or the “Company”) today released a letter to its stockholders. The letter follows: Gorilla...

Gorilla on a Roll

LONDON, June 13, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (NASDAQ: GRRR) (“Gorilla” or the “Company”) today released a letter to its stockholders. The letter follows:  Gorilla...

Gorilla Announces $12 Million Registered Direct Offering

LONDON, June 07, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (“Gorilla” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: GRRR), a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence...

Gorilla Technology and SINTRONES Partner to Develop In-Vehicle AI Computing Capabilities

LONDON, May 28, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (NASDAQ: GRRR) ("Gorilla" or the “Company”), a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence...

Gorilla Technology CEO Jay Chandan to Present at Intel® AI Summit

LONDON, May 21, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (NASDAQ: GRRR) ("Gorilla" or the “Company”), a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence...

Gorilla Technology Releases Full Year Audited Financials for 2023

LONDON, May 17, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (NASDAQ: GRRR) ("Gorilla" or the “Company”), a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence...

Gorilla and MTI Unveil Strategic Alliance to Pioneer Advanced Manufacturing Hub in Egypt

LONDON, May 06, 2024 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (NASDAQ: GRRR) ("Gorilla" or the “Company”), a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence...

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GRRR Discussion

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WeTheMarket WeTheMarket 3 hours ago
Following are the transcripts from yesterday's Chat with Jay, Gorilla Technology CEO.

00:00:05
Speaker 1
OK.
00:00:08
Speaker 1
Well, welcome. Today we have Gorilla technology. Hope everyone is having a great day. I'm John Roy. I cover technology here at water tower research and today I'm very pleased to have Jay Chandron. He's the CEO of Gorilla Technology. I should mention that Gorilla has their Safe Harbor statements on their website.
00:00:27
Speaker 1
Welcome, Jay. Good to see you again.
00:00:29
Speaker 2
Thank you very much, John. Thank you for having me here.
00:00:34
Speaker 1
Great. So let's, let's, let's cut right to the chase. So there have been rumors circulating about a $300 million equity offering. You clarify this situation and talk a little bit about what is the shelf really aimed at?
00:00:49
Speaker 2
Well, you're, you're you're catching the bull by the horns straight away, John. That's great. But listen, the rumors of the 300 million equity offering are absolutely inaccurate.
00:01:00
Speaker 2
The gorilla filed the 300 million shelf registration in August of 2023.
00:01:06
Speaker 2
Which allowed us the flexibility for future fundraising. But that does not mean that we're issuing the full amount now or anytime in the future. Our recent announcement actually only pertains to the 12 million offering, not the 300 million. Now, I think what that what has happened is that people have actually read the opinion letter from our Council and mistook.
00:01:26
Speaker 2
That F3 and the 20 F of pinion letter to be.
00:01:30
Speaker 2
What we call an equity offering now we have no current plans for a larger offering at this particular stage and we are focused on absolutely minimizing fundraising and dilution for shareholders despite the challenges posed by our you know, our stock price.
00:01:46
Speaker 2
Now, of course the intent being you know, we've signed up some massive partnerships. You know, a lot of people I've seen, I've seen boats across across the universe and everybody seems to be talking about why you're raising this money now. I mean, we have signed two large projects. I mean Egypt is one, but we've also signed a $21 million project with the Government of Taiwan.
00:02:07
Speaker 2
Now.
00:02:08
Speaker 2
Not from that. We've also signed up some massive partnerships. We have done the partnership with MTI for manufacturing in Egypt. We have signed the partnership with Leonard for manufacturing and bringing CPU's to the Middle East North.
00:02:19
Speaker 2
Africa.
00:02:19
Speaker 2
Region we've signed a project with synchronous where we're actually doing in vehicle computing technologies. We've signed a partnership with the temps Freeport.
00:02:29
Speaker 2
We've signed a partnership with the Suez Canal Economic Zone. We're building data center in Thailand and more importantly, we've also partnering with the likes of Intel on AI and building the next product as far as you know, AI is concerned.
00:02:45
Speaker 2
So for that we need, you know, cash on a balance sheet and more importantly, it was good to have visibility of the cash so that we could then have visibility into the pipeline. So some of the you know, some of the statements which which I see going on in the market about you know signing some of these contracts and not signing these contracts is also not true.
00:03:06
Speaker 2
OK, we've only intentionally delayed only because of the lack of resources and we are going after the ones that are going to be profitable, which are paying us reasonable advance payments. I hope that answers your question.
00:03:19
Speaker 1
No, it definitely gives a a clear message. So if you I know. Also, there's been some concerns about the accuracy of the audit financials. Can you can you give us some color on this and maybe explain the measures you've taken to really ensure financial transparency?
00:03:38
Speaker 2
Absolutely, John. First of all, you know, pardon my French, that's.
00:03:41
Speaker 2
A whole load of.
00:03:42
Speaker 2
********. OK, first of all, I have to set the record straight. We've been audited by PwC for 20 years and this year, when we moved from PwC to Markham, which is one of the top ten in the US, they have actually gone through a very detailed village and PCAOB audit.
00:03:58
Speaker 1
For the.
00:03:58
Speaker 2
Process.
00:03:59
Speaker 2
These statements, which people have made are probably for their personal benefit manipulation or they're just untrue. People just don't seem to understand what is out there and people panic. There was a delay in our filing. I give you that there was. That was purely because the audit financial results were delayed because of the change in the company's auditors.
00:04:20
Speaker 2
And it involved a significant amount of time for them to actually enhance and go through their PCOP to publish their yearly financial results on time.
00:04:30
Speaker 2
Now how am I going to create what I call a better efficient system going forward? We've actually set up an independent fpna team in our India office in Chennai and this focus of the FP and a team is predominantly on what we call a digital transformation, financial modeling, setting up internal controls.
00:04:50
Speaker 2
Lean 6 Sigma. We're doing that for the first time in this business and more importantly, creating all of the financial processes and metrics to drive what we call business results reports into the CFO and to the CEO.
00:05:03
Speaker 2
Now we've also included what we call monthly operational reviews, which is being provided to the leadership and to the board on a quarterly basis so that we can review the performance of the business so that we can take corrective actions weekly, monthly, quarterly.
00:05:19
Speaker 2
But more importantly, the analytics teams which she talked about, we are bringing the analytics team to work very closely with the business and the functional leaders. And this is basically to raise what we call as red flags at any given point of time. It it's either on revenues leakages, margin expansion, cash flow commitments, etc.
00:05:38
Speaker 2
Right. And finally, I talked about lean processes. We're implementing our Six Sigma lean processes towards the latter part of this year and that is to act on as internal control process mechanism for all of our business, financial processes and to avoid any errors and misses. So that's what we are going through and this I hope will kind of.
00:05:59
Speaker 2
Alleviate some of the skepticism regarding our financial reports and more importantly, these are steps which are regaining to build and rebuild investor confidence.
00:06:10
Speaker 1
Right. Yeah. Well.
00:06:13
Speaker 1
Kind of moving quickly, let's talk about Egypt here for a minute. I mean, certainly the currency devaluation has some impact. Maybe you can talk us through that a little bit and how Egypt is going to be paying and what is guerrilla doing to, you know, kind of work through that situation?
00:06:31
Speaker 2
Absolutely well.
00:06:33
Speaker 2
Listen, I mean, nobody expected a devaluation to fall so significantly we we surely didn't expect a 50% devaluation, but.
00:06:43
Speaker 2
You know what they say, and every crisis brings in an opportunity. This recent devaluation of the currency has actually been quite a game changer for guerrilla. It actually has helped in fueling our operations and financial stability in in a number of ways. OK, first of all, it's helping us boost our what we call our export power now.
00:07:03
Speaker 2
If you've seen some of my press releases, we've talked about, you know, building up manufacturing. We're now talking about building packaging plants and and a foundry as well in the region.
00:07:14
Speaker 2
But more importantly, what we are now doing is as we ramp up our manufacturing, we believe that our investment in the local currency is going to rake in more dollars for us, driving up our revenue and more importantly, strengthening up our, our, our financial muscle. Now we've also made strategic local investments. Now our bold move into Egypt.
00:07:35
Speaker 2
Was kind of almost dissed by many. OK, now what we have done is we've stayed true to the part.
00:07:44
Speaker 2
What we have done is that we have started demonstrating that our unwavering commitment to the local economy and by investing in the Egyptian pound, we're actually capitalizing on the devalued currency by building top tier facilities at a fraction of the cost. We're not using dollars, we're using local currency. Then more importantly, I've seen messages.
00:08:03
Speaker 2
In the market, which I find absolutely amusing is the fact that you know where we whether we've hedged our currency, whether we've deployed cutting edge hedging, whether we've done anything to shield ourselves against currency swings and so on and so forth. Yes, of course we have.
00:08:19
Speaker 2
We're not idiots. We have done that, but more importantly, it's also a strategic foresight. As team, I mean we've got very strong board, we've got a management team like Daphne, myself and so on who actually are understanding and ensuring that guerrillas financial stability remains rock solid.
00:08:36
Speaker 2
But more importantly, finally.
00:08:38
Speaker 2
It's the local costs, right? With the local cost plummeting due to the devalue.
00:08:44
Speaker 2
Our operational expenses have only dropped significantly. That means the lower lower labor costs and material costs have actually allowed us to actually look at our numbers again in terms of producing more.
00:08:57
Speaker 2
Getting more profitable, but more importantly, if you remember John, one of the first times when I spoke to you, I said we were going to make Egypt the hub for Meena.
00:09:05
Speaker 2
That is actually becoming ground reality for us. So for us, it's all about dominating the market. So our local, our investment into the local market is not just about hey cutting cars, putting dollars and taking out dollars. It's about utilizing the local currency, creating a local powerhouse, fueling long term growth and more importantly.
00:09:25
Speaker 2
Solidifying our.
00:09:27
Speaker
Thanks.
00:09:28
Speaker 2
I hope that response question.
00:09:28
Speaker 1
Great, now this is great. Maybe one last hot topic button since we've got a few of them. Obviously there's a warrant overhang and maybe you could give us some color about that and what are you kind of doing to address that?
00:09:44
Speaker 2
That's a. That's a very good question. So listen again, if I may step back, John, there have been three fundraisers including the $12 million recent fund.
00:09:54
Speaker 2
Now a lot of these people came to me and said, wow, you've done a very, you know, difficult, uh, dangerous fundraise.
00:10:02
Speaker 2
How are you going to sort your warrant overhang? How? Why was this fundraiser essential? First of all, let me tell you this fundraise was absolutely essential because we won two large projects worth $300 million. We are a small company. We are.
00:10:17
Speaker 2
Growing, we don't have the financial muscle of some of the big boys, so we needed to go out into the market and raise more money. Now if I wasn't growing from $22 million to $65 million going up to whatever 9000 two $100 million in.
00:10:30
Speaker 2
The next couple of years.
00:10:32
Speaker 2
Then I don't need the kind of cash I was looking for, but the problem being being a small company.
00:10:38
Speaker 2
People were not willing to lend. It is very difficult. People think. Ohh, why did you do this toxic?
00:10:45
Speaker 2
Please, why couldn't you go to the banks? It's very easy for people to talk, John. OK, they have to be in my shoes and my CFO shoes to understand how difficult it is to raise a dollar from the banks. The banks are asking about tons and tons and tons of documents. They want tons and tons of, you know, warranties. But more importantly, they want a lot of guarantees.
00:11:07
Speaker 2
Yes, we have an asset. I mean I I don't know how many people know our IP alone. You know if you look at the net present value today, it's about $300 million.
00:11:16
Speaker 2
We were willing to do an IP lend or borrow against the IP, but again the markets were very tough. The financial markets are not very strong. So we have now come up with a variety of ideas as to how we can address the warrant overhang. Now all due respect to the two investors who've been backing us for the last three times, they have done a phenomenal job. They believe in the business.
00:11:38
Speaker 2
And anybody who's trying to spread any rumors that these guys are dumping stocks so that they can make more money for themselves is absolutely untrue.
00:11:46
Speaker 2
OK, I stand by my investors Anson and Highbridge, and the top five investors within the company who still own the equity. They have not sold. OK answer and Highbridge are standing by. They're like, we don't want to collapse your stock. We are not going to sell. We're going to hope. Now, how am I going to address the warrant overhang that I've I've come up with a couple of.
00:12:07
Speaker 2
Maybe two or three ideas which I have in the in my mind, which I've already kind of floated to to our investors.
00:12:13
Speaker 2
One of them is potentially buyback of these warrants, right. If and when we build sufficient cash reserves over the next, you know 1224 months, we would consider buying them back from the you know buying back the outstanding warrants from an existing holders and this can help reduce I believe you know some potential dilution of our ordinary shares that should alleviate some of the concerns for the market.
00:12:33
Speaker 2
We're thinking of some very innovative ways of, let's say, warrant exchange offers, OK, proposing for an exchange where the warrant holders can trade in their existing warrants for new warrants with slightly different terms, maybe at a higher exercise price if they believe in the business.
00:12:48
Speaker 2
Most.
00:12:49
Speaker 2
But with a longer expiration period. Or we could come up with a combination of, you know, shares, cash, etcetera. Then more importantly, it's also about negotiating with them, right? We have to engage in discussions with these guys who all these warrants to explore mutually beneficial solutions because at the end of the day, they just don't want to dump their warrants and move on because that creates a bad reputation for them.
00:13:11
Speaker 2
But these are also people who believe in the business. They want to stay with us for the next two 3-4 years. So I want to talk to them about, you know, how we can reach a direct agreement on exercising some of them or some of the buyback ideas, which.
00:13:24
Speaker 2
Talked about.
00:13:25
Speaker 2
Finally, I'm also going to make it very clear to the market we're going to be in absolute communication, communicate positive developments, you know, financial performance, our strategic plans.
00:13:36
Speaker 2
And more importantly, as and when a share price increases, it may encourage some of the warrants holders to actually exercise on the warrants, convert them to ordinary shares. But my job is to keep a close watch on the market. I'm going to make sure that our company stock performance does not fall. I'm going to work very closely with the warrant.
00:13:57
Speaker 2
All this so that we can have a mutually win win situation.
00:14:02
Speaker 1
Great. That sounds like a great plan. So Speaking of wins and communications, maybe you could tell us something about recent project wins and you know their significance to the company.
00:14:14
Speaker 2
Absolutely. So this is what excites me a lot, right. As I think as you've seen, John, we've we've gone out to the market. We have actually one projects in Colombia, Thailand, UK, Middle East, even places like now we're in active discussions in places like India.
00:14:36
Speaker 2
For example, for some massive props.
00:14:38
Speaker 2
Now our pipeline is only growing stronger and stronger. Now I know people are going to be like, hey, Jay, once the pipeline going to materialize again, it will bring me back to the what I call the chicken and next door. If I sign some of these big deals, unfortunately I may need cash. So what do I do? So I'm trying.
00:14:55
Speaker 2
To figure out.
00:14:56
Speaker 2
How and when I should sign these deals?
00:14:59
Speaker 2
But more importantly, I'm also signing deals with customers, which are being more reasonable and paying us a little more upfront. Now, John, one of the concerns which more people had was what does gorilla, right?
00:15:12
Speaker 2
I I think there was a kind of a very common misconception that Gorilla, but but people don't understand what gorilla.
00:15:18
Speaker 2
Is doing right?
00:15:19
Speaker 2
We've signed projects, let's say, for example in roaming lawful interception. Recently I signed the past Smart port solution in Taiwan. We signed the criminal investigation systems in Taiwan as well. Nobody batted an eyelid, but people don't seem to understand that.
00:15:32
Speaker 2
These are.
00:15:33
Speaker 2
Mind blowing groundbreaking projects which have been done first of its kind by by guerilla because these are products which we can then sell to other customers, not just in Taiwan but across the world. So where we are today.
00:15:48
Speaker 2
When I came in in September of 2022, I promised that we were going to build platform as a service. Today, I can absolutely stand hand on heart that we have actually completed our transition from being a project based company to a platform based comp.
00:16:04
Speaker 2
That means we have built what we call a very effective scalable technological system.
00:16:11
Speaker 2
We've also building recurring revenue streams now, I think the market again has has short sight and oversight on this. They have not realized that we are not just signing a one time project with the Egyptians, it's an actually 5 to 8 year project. That means there's recurring revenues. The same thing with the project in Thailand, the same with Colombia.
00:16:32
Speaker 2
It's a 3 + 2 year project. If I'm not wrong, and we've also now every single project we do, we are providing.
00:16:41
Speaker 2
The platform services that means we manage the operations of the customer and this is important because this brings me to a whole nother level.
00:16:50
Speaker 2
Of what we.
00:16:51
Speaker 2
Call project management and it diversifies our offerings and it mitigates the risk of this business.
00:16:58
Speaker 2
Now in the future we are going to expand our global footprint as promised between Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines. Of course, Taiwan being a bread, butter India.
00:17:10
Speaker 2
United Kingdom, Middle East, North Africa, including Egypt, quite significantly. And now we've opened up other markets such as.
00:17:18
Speaker 2
Colombia, Chile, Brazil and they're all coming up to us. And by the way, John, A testament to what gorilla can actually provide and achieve is that we are getting the inward calls. We've never gone out to any of these government agencies to go out and say, hey, can I implement your project, all these projects which we're signing?
00:17:39
Speaker 2
Are coming to us, which shows that people trust that we can deliver, but we have the absolute quality products to support and enhance their their overall smart cities and safe cities.
00:17:53
Speaker
Sorry.
00:17:55
Speaker 1
So to hear what you're saying, in addition to the projects being, you know, solid, good business, they're also fitting a more strategic a longer term plan for productization recipes essentially that you can repeat, right. You're also getting recurring revenue is am I reading that right?
00:18:13
Speaker 2
That is correct.
00:18:15
Speaker 2
And you know why we win them?
00:18:17
Speaker 2
Because technological. So I'll give you 3 very important points.
00:18:21
Speaker 2
Technological leadership.
00:18:23
Speaker 2
Tailored solutions, but more importantly, local partnerships.
00:18:29
Speaker 2
Now, I think the market thinks that I just keep giving statements for the sake of giving statements that we have done this project in. You know, we've signed up this manufacturing plant in Egypt or we're doing this partnership with Leonard or we're partnering with Red Hat or Cisco or Intel.
00:18:44
Speaker 2
These are very relevant partnerships. Why? Because if you do not do local collaborations with local partners or with international partners, then your story is very.
00:18:57
Speaker 2
More importantly, I talked about the technological.
00:18:59
Speaker 2
If we can combine our strengths with the strengths of the global leaders.
00:19:04
Speaker 2
We are able to deliver a lot more to the customer and and John, I'm sure you've you've already seen this, customers are becoming extremely smart. They are not idiots anymore. They're not people where you could just sell a solution and walk away and say thank you very much. Let me get paid and want to move on. No, it doesn't work this way. They are looking.
00:19:23
Speaker 2
For tailored solution which is my second point.
00:19:25
Speaker 2
They want customized solutions that fit their operational and their regulatory requirements and that is where Gorilla comes in, what we call with the.
00:19:34
Speaker 2
Difference.
00:19:35
Speaker 2
People look at us with an someone who understands.
00:19:40
Speaker 2
The specific challenges they face and were able to address that.
00:19:45
Speaker 1
Great. So lots of projects, lots of things happening. What kind of financial milestones can we watch for that really indicate that, you know, this is starting to work?
00:19:59
Speaker 2
Ah, you put me in a corner.
00:20:00
Speaker 2
There OK, so.
00:20:04
Speaker 2
I would say 5 very important milestones and performance indicators. Everybody should be watching over the next few months, quarters and over the next year.
00:20:16
Speaker 2
First, revenue growth. We have to be monitoring people have to we. We are monitoring by the way, sorry our quarterly revenue trends to ensure that we are on track and more importantly it is on track with our financial goal.
00:20:30
Speaker 2
Second market expansion, now we have to track the progress of entering into new markets. When I go into a new market, it's not about just signing one project. I want to make sure I'm able to sign.
00:20:42
Speaker 2
10 how can that one project become the linchpin to attract 10 more new projects with some very large customers?
00:20:50
Speaker 2
3rd product innovation that's kind of the central pillar of this business. And I'll tell you why, right, I want I'm very closely associated and I'm evaluating the launch and adoption rates of every single new product we.
00:21:07
Speaker
No.
00:21:08
Speaker 2
Now a lot of people do not realize this. When we started out in July of 2022, when we went public with very little patents and IP to our name, today we have 25 patterns, global patterns, OK. And we have actually created diversified offerings on.
00:21:28
Speaker 2
Every single pattern. Now the reason I told you and I I gave you a number previously that our IP, you know our, you know based on a net present value of the cash flow our IP is roughly around 300, three, $110 million is what I believe it should be.
00:21:42
Speaker 2
And today, obviously we've done a very extensive valuation analysis, which is internal and we've used an external consultant to evaluate one or two of our patents as well.
00:21:53
Speaker 2
But our aim is to actually not just rest on our rest.
00:21:58
Speaker 2
On our laurels.
00:21:59
Speaker 2
But I want to make sure that we're able to create an ROI to that extent. I work with my CTO on our CDO every day. This is important for me to make sure that the new products are coming out are fully utilizable and we're not putting a dollar to waste.
00:22:15
Speaker 2
Four, and this is the 4th 1, yes.
00:22:19
Speaker 2
Operational efficiency. Now, a lot of people again don't know this. And John, you may be also surprised.
00:22:26
Speaker 2
When I first came into this business, our operational efficiency was.
00:22:30
Speaker 2
At 40%.
00:22:32
Speaker 2
OK. Yeah, you heard that right, 40%?
00:22:35
Speaker 2
We just crossed 98% last month.
00:22:40
Speaker 2
That means we've been observing our improvements, increasing our operational metrics. We have been going through a very stringent cost reduction and we've been going through a very, very strong, highly strengthened productivity enhancement program, whether it's your R&D team or whether it's my customer success.
00:23:01
Speaker 2
I want to make sure that they are the north of 97 plus percent kudos to the team. They've actually touched 98 last month. I I don't know if we'll be able to do the 100, which is a magic marker, but I hope I'll be able to hit the 100% productivity.
00:23:16
Speaker 2
And last but not.
00:23:17
Speaker 2
At least it's the customer satisfaction.
00:23:20
Speaker 2
Assessing customer feedback and retention rates is very, very, very important for me. I want to ensure high satisfaction levels with every single customer we have. And that's why if you recollect, I actually went from having.
00:23:35
Speaker 2
Almost 300 customers to now about 120.
00:23:38
Speaker 2
Customers.
00:23:39
Speaker 2
Because I want to make sure that I'm able to satisfy all my customers by delivering the absolute best for them.
00:23:49
Speaker 1
Makes sense. So now if we take a step back for a second, what kind of broad macroeconomic trends and challenges are you kind of monitoring and is it impacting your strategy at all the way the globe is going?
00:24:04
Speaker
No.
00:24:05
Speaker 2
Yes. So I mean a lot of this has changed. I mean, surprisingly, John, if I'm being very cognizant to the current issues around us, it's changing every day, every week, right.
00:24:18
Speaker 2
But that's it. We are not turning a blind eye. Remember? We are in smart cities and safe cities.
00:24:24
Speaker 2
Which means the need for our product is actually even greater today. OK, we're closely monitoring several broad economic trends we're studying. You know the challenges faced by countries within the region. We're looking at inflation rates. We're looking at supply chain disruptions and more importantly, we're also.
00:24:44
Speaker 2
Monitoring and changes to the customer behaviors today, OK.
00:24:49
Speaker 2
Now for example.
00:24:52
Speaker 2
We're investing in in a very robust supply chain management system to any mitigate any disruptions, right?
00:24:58
Speaker 2
We're adopting flexible pricing with customers to manage some of the inflation impacts now.
00:25:04
Speaker 2
The customers are.
00:25:05
Speaker 2
Being actually quite reasonable, by the way, they're not being rigid, but more importantly, I'm also, like I said, tailoring my requirements to meet specific customer preference and shifts in their demands. So we're becoming agile.
00:25:18
Speaker 2
Based on the economic conditions now, that said, there's a lot of volatility in the current economic market conditions, right, So what?
00:25:26
Speaker 2
We are doing.
00:25:27
Speaker 2
Is we are prioritizing regions with a very strong growth potential. So that's why when I said Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, S, Southeast Asia, Thai, East East Asia, Middle East, North Africa, South America, including UK and and parts of Europe, we are making sure that we are diversifying.
00:25:47
Speaker 2
Our market presence so that we can reduce our dependency on a single.
00:25:52
Speaker 2
Economy.
00:25:53
Speaker 2
So people are going to come back and say, hey, you won the Egypt project, it's $270 million. How's that going to affect you? Hey, my pipeline is not $4 billion plus. Now I'm actually looking at signing a lot of these new contracts over the next few months. And guess what, my de risking strategy has taken place. So now I'm able to pay the scales rather than just kind of move them.
00:26:13
Speaker 2
You know, in a single direction. So for me this is important.
00:26:16
Speaker
So.
00:26:18
Speaker 2
Based on all what we're doing, we're very confident that the what we're strategic directions we're taking today and decisions we're taking will enable us to thrive in these uncertain economic times, ultimately driving long term growth, which is important for me and creating value for all of our stakeholders. Now, again, I've heard.
00:26:38
Speaker 2
And I'm going to address this and I know who this is going to reach out to as well. There's some investors, retail investors, who said, Hey, Jay is just going to come out and give a statement. It's going to be salad.
00:26:49
Speaker 2
On the plane.
00:26:50
Speaker 2
This is not salad on the plate, guys. I'm working hard. I'm sitting here in New York right now. We are working very hard to make sure that we create value for our stakeholders. Unfortunately, we are also at.
00:27:01
Speaker 2
The mercy of our.
00:27:03
Speaker 2
Market manipulators what they want? I don't know. Do they want to shock my stock and squeeze out? I don't know. But all I'm doing is carefully focusing on the business so that I do not lose touch with my business.
00:27:16
Speaker 1
Great. So we're kind of running at the end of the time. Maybe if you want to have one final couple of messages for those investors that are watching and what what their major take away is?
00:27:28
Speaker 2
Yes, actually one of the questions I maybe thought you know, I I maybe didn't respond to this or maybe I kind of jumped the gun because I'm a little too excited now is you know you you talked about the company's financial plans, right and and what does that strategy look like?
00:27:44
Speaker 2
Now a lot of people also wanted details behind the, you know the numbers and you know, like they say detail, there was the details. Let me give you some some of our thought processes and strategies. We're currently working on.
00:27:56
Speaker 2
Now what we are doing is we are looking to improve our credit control mechanism with our customers. So that means what we are doing is we're providing some level of discount for early payments so that customers can pay us early, they can pay us on time and so.
00:28:09
Speaker 2
On.
00:28:09
Speaker 2
And so forth. We.
00:28:11
Speaker 2
Are looking at very prompt invoicing and and review and more importantly.
00:28:15
Speaker 2
We are helping.
00:28:16
Speaker 2
Trying to clear some of the unbilled revenues so we can hit them on time.
00:28:19
Speaker 2
Now if you.
00:28:20
Speaker 2
Look at our credit payment terms for payables has changed drastically and we are looking to absolutely make sure that we are on top of it now.
00:28:30
Speaker 2
Quick statistics just off my head, our conversion of contracts, assets and receivables into cash is roughly around about 636,000,000 which is pending. And what we are doing is we're working with the business, the finance team and the OPS team to make sure that we come up with a plan for clearing all these debtors, but more importantly.
00:28:49
Speaker 2
This is quite important.
00:28:51
Speaker 2
Our profit before tax last year was roughly around $17 million. Now if you look at our EBIT day EBITDA, it was about 1919 point, $1 million. That means our cash conversion ratio was about .49 point 5.
00:29:11
Speaker 2
Yeah, .5, we're implementing strategies one such as you know, extending our payables period.
00:29:19
Speaker 2
And more importantly, improving our profitability so that we can bring this to positive. Most people know that once you brought this to positive, this means that we are, you know we we'll be having glowing reviews from just not just the investors but from the market itself.
00:29:32
Speaker 2
Our working capital turnover currently is at about.
00:29:35
Speaker 2
2.79.
00:29:38
Speaker 2
It is currently low.
00:29:40
Speaker 2
Where?
00:29:41
Speaker 2
Then where the industry standards are industry standards are for for an you know, for a business such as ours are between 5:00 and 9:00 times.
00:29:50
Speaker 2
I want to get to the 6th mark between the five and the 6th mark by 2026 and So what I want to do is I am working very closely to build the I talked about building the finance team. So we're building a very enhanced finance team in India, Taiwan and in the UK as well. So that we can start implementing these strategies which I talked to you about.
00:30:11
Speaker 2
And more importantly, making sure that we are delivering value again to our investors and to the employees.
00:30:19
Speaker 1
Great. Well, Jay, that's a great finishing up there to give everybody a good sense of where you're doing on the operations control because that's certainly critical.
00:30:27
Speaker 1
So we're going to have to leave it there, cause we're running out of time. I appreciate you spending the time with us today. And thanks everyone for joining to learn more about Gorilla Technologies. Certainly you can visit their website or you can visit ourwebsite@watertowerresearch.com. Thanks everyone for joining us today.
00:30:31
Speaker 2
OK.
00:30:46
Speaker 2
John, thank you so much for having me.
00:30:48
Speaker 1
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00:31:09
Speaker 1
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littlejohn littlejohn 1 day ago
Alexandria, Egypt has over 5 million population...

https://www.localguidetoegypt.com/post/where-to-stay-in-alexandria-egypt-7-best-hotels-in-the-mediterranean-city

Cairo, Egypt has over 10 million population...

GRRR starter contract in Egypt may

be small and market seems to discount

it so far...

GRRR still seems to need to find a way

to restore some belief for future prospects...

Pictures of Company Executives lounging

in resort pools with the EGP value down

making it more affordable may be needed...

It sure couldn't hurt much now...


So we watch...LJ
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Monksdream Monksdream 1 week ago
GRRR new 52 week low
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Monksdream Monksdream 1 week ago
GRRR new 52 week low
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Monksdream Monksdream 1 week ago
GRRR new 52 week low
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Monksdream Monksdream 2 weeks ago
GRRR new 52 week low
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WeTheMarket WeTheMarket 2 weeks ago
Gorilla Announces $12 Million Registered Direct Offering
June 07 2024 - 8:00AM
https://ih.advfn.com/stock-market/NASDAQ/gorilla-technology-GRRR/stock-news/94005152/gorilla-announces-12-million-registered-direct-of

Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (“Gorilla” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: GRRR), a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence, Business Intelligence, and IoT technology, today announced that it has entered into securities purchase agreements with existing institutional investors for the purchase and sale of 2,142,858 ordinary shares of the Company and warrants to purchase up to 2,142,858 ordinary shares pursuant to a registered direct offering (the “Offering”) at a combined purchase price of $5.60 per ordinary share and accompanying warrant to purchase ordinary shares. The warrants will have an exercise price of $5.90 per share, will be immediately exercisable upon issuance and will expire 5 years from issuance. The gross proceeds to Gorilla from this Offering, before deducting the placement agents’ fees and other offering expenses, will be approximately $12 million.
Gorilla intends to use the net proceeds from the Offering for working capital needs. The closing of the Offering is expected to occur on or about June 10, 2024, subject to the satisfaction of customary closing conditions.

A.G.P./Alliance Global Partners is acting as the sole placement agent for the Offering.

The securities described above are being offered pursuant to a shelf registration statement on Form F-3 (File No. 333-274053) that was filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission (the “SEC”) on August 17, 2023 and declared effective by the SEC on August 29, 2023. The Offering is being made by means of a prospectus, including a prospectus supplement, that form part of the registration statement. A final prospectus supplement and accompanying prospectus relating to the Offering will be filed with the SEC. Electronic copies of the final prospectus supplement and accompanying prospectus may be obtained, when available, from A.G.P./Alliance Global Partners, 590 Madison Avenue, 28th Floor, New York, NY 10022, or by telephone at (212) 624-2060, or by email at prospectus@allianceg.com.

In connection with the Offering, the Company has agreed to reduce the exercise price of its outstanding Series A ordinary share purchase warrants and Series B ordinary share purchase warrants, to purchase up to 2,825,000 ordinary shares, that were issued to the existing institutional investors in the Company's previous registered direct offerings in September 2023 and February 2024, to $5.90 per ordinary share.

This press release shall not constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy, nor shall there be any sale of these securities in any state or jurisdiction in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful prior to registration or qualification under the securities laws of any such state or jurisdiction.

Investor Relations Contact:
Cody Fletcher
The Blueshirt Group for Gorilla
+1 (434) 251-7165
gorilla@blueshirtgroup.co
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littlejohn littlejohn 3 weeks ago
GRRR partners with SINTRONES...

https://www.sintrones.com/

so we watch...LJ
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littlejohn littlejohn 1 month ago
1st quarter, 2024 financials were due on 15th

of May for companies that keep

investors up to date in U.S....

5 month old filing now isn't gonna

add a lot to sentiment...

So we watch...LJ
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littlejohn littlejohn 1 month ago
'He Gone',,, hopefully he gets his broke

arse in better shape and can quit

selling so hard on GRRR...

https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=17529761&guid=bBQ-k6XpGG6Vvhh

A CEO of another company needing money

badly is jinky to have around...

https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=17351509&guid=bBQ-k6XpGG6Vvhh

https://www.otcmarkets.com/filing/html?id=17347282&guid=bBQ-k6XpGG6Vvhh

Only 2 links of recent sales that have

been going on for extended time...

So we watch...LJ
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littlejohn littlejohn 2 months ago
Lots of trash stock symbols being posted

on stocktwats board for GRRR...

And those posters may not have any

shares in GRRR...most look focused on

junk symbols for flips...

Avoiding distractions is easy...

so we watch...LJ
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tw0122 tw0122 2 months ago
GRRR bottom in
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littlejohn littlejohn 2 months ago
GRRR had Disappointment gap down from 7.60

close on 04/09 when the company

surprised with the r/s 8-k filing...

https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/GRRR/interactive-chart

Average daily pricing had been

stronger prior to that while share

holders await audited annual filing...

04/30 is date due for audited annual

filing for 2023 from GRRR...

Foreign companies are allowed 30

extra days for some odd reason...

Another video provider helps add illumination

but is playing the swing against the

Disappointment gap down which is

below most holders' average cost...

And could bag and tag profits and

try to reload cheaper before the

annual filing comes out...

Was able to add more after r/s

in low $5ish range but it wasn't with

short term hopes of $7ish...

Good to see more people watching after

death of tech was pre announced last

Friday by the market...


So we watch...LJ
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tw0122 tw0122 2 months ago
GRRR by Moon Man..lol
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littlejohn littlejohn 2 months ago
GRRR down from $70 price in July, 2023...

https://www.barchart.com/stocks/quotes/GRRR/interactive-chart

Several longer term investors would

like to see a rebound in price...

And less sand tossed in their faces...

So we watch...LJ
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 2 months ago
Squeezed today but dont get greedy
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littlejohn littlejohn 2 months ago
Gorilla + Lanner Edge Ai Solutions info link...

https://lannerinc.com/solutions/edge-ai/gorilla-intelligent-video-analytics-recorder

so we watch...LJ
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Mercutos Mercutos 2 months ago
Jay Chandan Chairman and CEO $GRRR
Live on Discord Thursday 8am EST https://discord.gg/nDbBhHVY
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 2 months ago
Easy short today will revisit premarket tomorrow
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Mercutos Mercutos 2 months ago
Looking forward to getting past this RS..Only good things happening
By the way anyone listened to the YE conf call?
Lots of tidbits of what this year and next were shared.
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TrendTrade2016 TrendTrade2016 2 months ago
Don’t embarrass yourself
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Strukture Strukture 2 months ago
Lets see now..
whats my record since Sept 2023.. all from my custom screener

CGAC .0004buys to .0015
TONR .0005 buys to 0014
ABQQ .0004 buys to .003+
ILST .0004/5 buys to 002 so far
NHMD .0005 buys to .003s
SPZI .0009 buys to 01+
CBDD .0006 buys to 002
RIOT 9.15 - 18+
IJJP .0004/5 buys

.. dont even start is right .. you wanna see a maggot .. lookin the mirror Clown Boy 🤡

They're all crap until they aren't

TrendTrade2016
Re: Strukture post# 142
Thursday, April 11, 2024 10:08:14 AM

DON'T GET ME STARTED...LOL...IJJP CGAC TONR JUST TO NAME A FEW OF YOYR DISASTERS
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TrendTrade2016 TrendTrade2016 2 months ago
MY GYM HAS A TANNING BED MAGGOT...YOU PROBABLY HAVE NOT BEEN IN A GYM BEFORE...MOST MAGGOTS ARE SLOBS
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Strukture Strukture 2 months ago
You mean narcissistic
Loser / asshole .. the CAD DT jr just need some self tanner ya clown 🤡
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TrendTrade2016 TrendTrade2016 2 months ago
REVERSE SPLIT HERE...THATS WHY IT TANKED...HOW COME YOU ONLY FOCUS ON THE ONES THAT DID NO WORK OUT...NEVER MY MONSTERS...CLOWNS AND MAGGOTS ALWAYS TRY TO DEFAME THE MASTER!
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Strukture Strukture 2 months ago
Everyone of them called on the bottom chart .. least I dont lead lambs to slaughter buying Top breakouts.. watched many of your fail within a day or so as they break down after the top resistance break lol
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TrendTrade2016 TrendTrade2016 2 months ago
DON'T GET ME STARTED...LOL...IJJP CGAC TONR JUST TO NAME A FEW OF YOYR DISASTERS
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Strukture Strukture 2 months ago
TrannyTrade failed Pump calling the high, never bottom support setups on here

TrendTrade2016
Monday, April 08, 2024 12:55:03 PM

LOADED THE DIP AND NOW THE RIP
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littlejohn littlejohn 2 months ago
Thames Freeport is forward looking and Alliance

with them seems taboo on this

board so focused on the dark side...

https://thamesfreeport.com/

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/gorilla-technology-thames-freeport-announce-120000056.html

Connectiv City chat surely won't break

up a pity party rocking...

So we watch...LJ
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 2 months ago
Huge mistake im laughing my arse off these idiot management killed the stock for absolutely no reason at all.
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Renee Renee 2 months ago
GRRR: effective April 15,2024 a one for 10 reverse split:

https://hedgefollow.com/upcoming-stock-splits.php
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 2 months ago
I hope shorts bleed this POS to .47 mgmt is real flocking isiots for doing this, could have easily launched towards $2 if they announced no r/s
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 2 months ago
Mgmt R/S huge mistake I am out with .03 loss management doesnt believe enough in the company to get it over $1? P/E way undervalued here why not let it organically grow in Stock Price? R/S is absolutely never a good thing for retail. Will keep it on watch but this was a bad decision
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 2 months ago
Back in on great earnings report. Undervalued. Only thing hurting this is R/S rumors
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littlejohn littlejohn 2 months ago
GRRR needs a copy of taxes paid in

a download in an 8-k filing

if they pay on time for 2023...

A high level tech company should

know of a way to do it...

So we watch...LJ
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TrendTrade2016 TrendTrade2016 2 months ago
LOADED THE DIP AND NOW THE RIP
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gail gail 2 months ago
or not, lol
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gail gail 2 months ago
moving up some now.
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TrendTrade2016 TrendTrade2016 2 months ago
GRRR...THE APES ARE LOADING
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littlejohn littlejohn 3 months ago
Using chips from nivi may be jinxy

for the share price...

must be the share price problem...


so we watch...LJ
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littlejohn littlejohn 3 months ago
Using chips from nivi may be jinxy

for the share price...

must be the share price problem...


so we watch...LJ
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JoeWo JoeWo 3 months ago
Can't argue with profits:

Gorilla recorded net profit of $19.9 million in fiscal year 2023, a dramatic shift of 123% from a loss of $(87.5) million in fiscal year 2022.

And at 91 cents a share, this stock only has a market cap of $73 million.

Quick math gives price/earnings of (73/19.9) = 3.67

GLTA.
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littlejohn littlejohn 3 months ago
20-F Annual Audited Filing due by May,1,2024...

https://www.mayerbrown.com/-/media/files/perspectives-events/publications/2022/12/legal-update_2023sec-filing-dates.pdf

'patting shorts on hand',,,keep it real...


So we watch...LJ
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WeTheMarket WeTheMarket 3 months ago
Gorilla Reports Record 2023 Financial Results
April 4, 2024
https://investors.gorilla-technology.com/news-releases/news-release-details/gorilla-reports-record-2023-financial-results

Highlights
-- 2023 revenues up 189% YoY compared to 2022, highlighting continued success globally --
-- High value product and services business model reflected in 2023 gross margin of 69% --
-- Total net income of $19.9 million, compared to ($87.5 million), a 123% increase YoY --
-- Adj. EBITDA of $29.0 million, compared to ($6.0) million, a 587% increase YoY --
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littlejohn littlejohn 3 months ago
All Ai crumb snatchers aren't priced high...






So we watch...LJ
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WeTheMarket WeTheMarket 3 months ago
Gorilla Technology Group to Introduce Security Solutions in Thailand’s Expanding Data Center Market
March 28 2024
https://ih.advfn.com/stock-market/NASDAQ/gorilla-technology-GRRR/stock-news/93568627/gorilla-technology-group-to-introduce-security-sol

Gorilla Technology Group Inc. (NASDAQ: GRRR) ("Gorilla"), a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence, Business Intelligence, and IoT technology, today announced its further expansion in the Thailand market, tackling its burgeoning data center needs by introducing a comprehensive suite of full-stack offerings aimed at revolutionizing security convergence for these facilities. This strategic expansion marks a significant milestone for both Gorilla and the evolving technological landscape in Thailand.
Data centers are the cornerstone of digital infrastructure and essential for various sectors by storing critical information. Gorilla, leveraging its recent success in creating Egypt’s first AirGap Network, plans to enhance the security of Thailand’s data centers with its Security Convergence portfolio. Utilizing its proprietary technology and collaborations with industry leaders, the company seeks to set a new benchmark in security for Thailand’s data center landscape, thereby protecting both digital assets and physical infrastructure.

Strategic Benefits for Thailand:

1. Enhanced Security: Gorilla boosts Thailand's data center protection, reducing cybersecurity risks and elevating the nation's digital security.
2.Technological Advancement: The Company's cutting-edge solutions drive innovation and elevate Thailand's data centers to global competitiveness.
3.Economic Growth: Gorilla’s initiatives stimulate Thailand's economy by expanding data center capacity, attracting investments, and creating tech jobs.
4.Partnership Opportunities: The partnership fosters knowledge sharing and innovation between Thailand and global tech leaders, enhancing the local tech ecosystem.
"Gorilla Technology is thrilled to further expand in the Thailand market and contribute to its journey towards becoming a digital hub in Southeast Asia," said Jay Chandan, CEO and Chairman of Gorilla. "Our full-stack solutions are designed to meet the unique needs of the Thai market, addressing the needs for robust security, data sovereignty and technological advancement, comprehensively aimed at empowering the country’s digital economy. We are extremely optimistic about Thailand's data center market's growth - a projected CAGR of 9.8% from $764 million in 2022 to $1.33 billion by 2028 - and believe we are strategically positioned to support this development. We look forward to fostering strong partnerships and driving innovation that benefits Thailand's economy and society."

About Gorilla Technology Group Inc.

"Empowering Your Tomorrow"

Gorilla, headquartered in London, U.K., is a global solution provider in Security Intelligence, Network Intelligence, Business Intelligence and IoT technology. Gorilla offers a wide range of solutions, including Smart City, Network, Video, Security Convergence and IoT across select verticals of Government & Public Services, Manufacturing, Telecom, Retail, Transportation & Logistics, Healthcare and Education.

The Company’s vision is to empower a connected tomorrow through innovative and transformative technologies. Gorilla envisions a world where seamless connectivity transcends boundaries, enriching lives, industries, and societies.

For more information go to www.gorilla-technology.com.
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 3 months ago
Glad I flipped my calls on the run from .69 to .80s R/S is never good, means they will miss earnings if they dont think this cant move above compliance

exactly why i take profits early
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WeTheMarket WeTheMarket 3 months ago
Proposal 1 – Ordinary Resolution – Approval of the Share Consolidation:

The shareholders voted to approve a share consolidation of the Company’s ordinary shares

Proposal 2 – Ordinary Resolution – Approval of an increase in the Company’s authorized share capital:

The Extraordinary Meeting was adjourned with respect to the proposal to increase the authorized share capital of the Company. The Extraordinary Meeting will reconvene to consider this proposal at 9:00 a.m. ET on April 18, 2024.

Link https://investors.gorilla-technology.com/node/7491/html
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 3 months ago
usually a 90 day max rule
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usaphilippines usaphilippines 3 months ago
Appreciate that i just dont marry stocks more than a couple months
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