Looking To Disrupt 3 Huge Global Markets, (KWE) Just Uplisted To The Nasdaq (4 Potential Catalysts To Know)
The company we're profiling today is looking to disrupt at least 3 big global markets with their multi-niche segmented products.
And these global markets are big. I mean, huge.
One is expected to reach $12.5Bn, another is expected to hit $33.5Bn, and another could nail $868Bn all by 2028. (1)
Putting it simply, the sky could be the limit for this company.
So when I saw that they were jumping ship from the OTCQB to join the Nasdaq Capital Market, I knew I need to put together a full company report for you to sink your teeth into.
For Thursday, December 1st, there is only one profile to have at the top of your watch-list:
KWESST Micro Systems Inc. (KWE)
KWESST develops and commercializes proprietary next-generation technologies that deliver a tactical advantage for military, security forces, and personal defense.
And right now, KWE has several potential catalysts that could provide it with a breakout spark. Check them out:
No. 1 - Joining The Nasdaq Capital Market Could Provide Game-Changing Exposure Worldwide
No. 2 - Company Awarded Significant Three-Year Contract After Extensive Competitive Process
No. 3 - Important Brand Ambassador Strategy Could Influence Millions (Literally!)
No. 4 - Company Led By A World-Class, Experience Team
But more on those in a second...
KWESST's Three Niche Segments (Non-Lethal, Digitization, Counter-Threat)
#1. Non-Lethal: KWESST develops and commercializes proprietary non-lethal products for personal defense, public safety, and close quarters combat simulation.
Non-lethal products for personal defense, public safety and close quarters combat simulation.
A next-generation replacement for most legacy systems on the market today.
A patent-pending (# 17/669,420), non-lethal low-energy cartridge-based system that fires from a dedicated device that can resemble a TV remote control, a flashlight or a replica firearm depending on the proposed use.
Devices shoot only PARA OPS cartridges in three variants:
(1) solid polymer slug for practice or pain compliance;
(2) inert colored powder for force-on-force training, or
(3) a safe incapacitating pepper powder for operational use.
A replacement for systems on the market today that are either high-energy and can be lethal or are air-gun based that are complex and less reliable.
How it works and compares to high-energy cartridge systems and air guns
Low Energy Cartridge Case
- Low energy actuator disc in rear
- No gunpowder or compressed gas
- Specifically configured interior mates with projectile to generate self-stabilizing spin for accuracy and distance
- Simple manufacturing
- Calibrated actuator well below the “lethal” threshold
- Injection molded polymer
- Pre-loaded into cartridge casings
- Three payload variants: (1.) Solid slug for practice or pain compliance. (2.) Inert colored powder for practice or realistic close quarters combat simulation. (3.) Incapacitating irritant pepper powder for operational use