TORONTO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Conic Metals Corp., soon to be renamed Nickel 28 Capital Corp. (“Nickel 28” or the “Company”) (TSXV: NKL), one of Canada’s only pure-play nickel and cobalt producers, today announced its participation in the following investment conferences:
TD Securities Virtual Mining Conference
Anthony Milewski, Chairman and Justin Cochrane, President and CEO, will participate in the TD Securities Virtual Mining Conference, including a presentation to be held at 3:20pm ET on Wednesday January 27; and one-on-one virtual meetings with institutional investors, on Wednesday January 27th, Thursday January 28th, and Friday January 29th, 2021. The Company’s webcast will be available at the following link: https://www.veracast.com/webcasts/tds/mining2021/10122139.cfm
Mining Indaba Virtual Conference
Anthony Milewski, Chairman and Justin Cochrane, President and CEO, will participate in the Mining Indaba Virtual Conference which starts on February 2, 2021.
Global Chinese Financial Forum Virtual Conference
Anthony Milewski, Chairman and Justin Cochrane, President and CEO, will participate in the Global Chinese Financial Forum’s Base Metals & Energy Metals Day on Wednesday February 3, 2021.
About Conic / Nickel 28:
Conic Metals Corp. is a nickel-cobalt producer through its 8.56% joint-venture interest in the producing, long-life and world-class Ramu Nickel-Cobalt Operation located in Papua New Guinea. Ramu provides Conic with significant attributable nickel and cobalt production thereby offering our shareholders direct exposure to two metals which are critical to the adoption of electric vehicles. In addition, Conic manages a portfolio of 13 nickel and cobalt royalties on development and exploration projects in Canada, Australia and Papua New Guinea.
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