MISSISSAUGA, ON, March 1, 2021 /CNW/ —Pioneering Know-How Corp. (TSXV: PTE) (“Pioneering” or “Firm”), is a technology firm and North America’s leading technology in cooking fireplace prevention. and merchandise tells the stories of its unaudited monetary results for the first quarter ended December 31, 2020. Pioneering’s unaudited consolidated interim monetary statement and MD&A can be found at SEDAR (www.sedar.com).
The impact of the pandemic on the timing of shipments and the firm’s monetary results continues. Equally, the U.S. Tariffs have adversely impacted gross margins in the last 4 quarters.
Nevertheless, given the potential for widespread vaccination in 2021 in the firm’s core market, and an internal strategic plan focused on addressing these challenges as well as managing bills and creating new options, Pioneering believes that that it is properly positioned to defeat these challenges.
The firm believes its current plan will help position it for future growth as its clients in the United States resume practice. (Please see Pioneering’s MD&A for additional elements).
Pioneering CEO Kevin Callahan said of the results, “Despite some setbacks over the past three quarters, we are confident that we will come out of this difficult stretch stronger than ever.
We move forward to tackle those challenges.” Can help drive future High Line progress, while taking proactive steps to handle bills, pricing, product pricing and gross revenue.We are currently executing a plan to address some of the challenges we are facing. We recently introduced ourselves to revamp our upstairs.”
About Pioneering Know-How Corp.: Pioneering, primarily based in Mississauga, Ontario is a “vitality savvy” technology and North American leader in modern cooking fireplace prevention applied science and business. Our mission is simple: to help save lives and property from the primary cause behind family fires – cooking fires. We do this by engineering and bringing to market energy-smart alternatives that make client home appliances safer, smarter and more environmentally friendly.
Our patented Goods for Cooking Fire Prevention tackles the multi-billion dollar shortfall of cooking fires. According to Nationwide Hearth Safety Association, stovetop cooking is the primary cause behind family fires and fire accidents in North America. Pioneering’s temperature limiting management (TLC) technology is now implemented in more than 300,000 multi-dwelling housing models across North America, with not a single cooking fireplace reported, providing peace of mind and comfort for its customers.
For a strong return on money. Pioneering-owned cooking fireplace containment options include Preserved-T-Element, SmartBurner, Rangeminder and Preserve-T-Sensor and are suitable for nearly all of the more than 140 million stoves/ranges and over 140 million microwave ovens throughout the Northern Territory. are in use in the US. For more information visit www.pioneeringtech.com.
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The statements made at this press launch contain forward-looking statements that involve significant risks and uncertainties. These statements relate to future opportunities or future efficiency and reiterate the Administration’s current expectations and assumptions.
Too many factors could trigger the exact opportunities, efficiencies, or results to differ materially from those set forth in the forward-looking statements, such as the economy, generally, of Pioneering’s goods being competitive in Pioneering’s target markets. Information on demand, money supply and pioneering, the efficacy of government regulation and the impact of the pandemic.
These forward-looking statements are made as of the date herein, except as required by relevant regulation, Pioneering assumes no obligation to change or modify them to reflect new opportunities or circumstances. Exact opportunities or results could differ materially from Pioneering’s expectations and projections.
Adjusted EBITDA is a measure not accepted under Worldwide Monetary Reporting Requirements (“IFRS”). Nevertheless, Pioneering’s administration believes that majority shareholders, collectors, various stakeholders, and funding analysts consider these measures as reported measures of work efficiency, a proxy for money moves, and as a valuation facilitator. choose to include.
Adjusted EBITDA is defined as interest revenue, taxes, depreciation and amortization, impairment losses, stock-based compensation, general and administrative expenses included in restructuring prices, honest price motion – spinoff legal responsibility and other non-recurring positive aspects or earnings before losses. as has been mentioned. With the transaction prices associated with the acquisition.