New to The Street TV Announces Five Corporate Interviews on its 527th Episode, Airs on the Fox Business Network Tonight, Monday, November 6, 2023, at 10:30 PM PT

NEW YORK, Nov. 06, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- FMW Media's New to The Street, a national business TV show, announces episode 527, airing on the Fox Business Network tonight, Monday, November 6, 2023, at 10:30 PM PT.

New to The Street's 527th TV show line-up features the following five (5) Corporate interviews:

1). Gold/Silver Mining – Lahontan Gold Corp.'s (OTCQB:LGCXF) (TSXV:LG) ($LGCXF) interview with Kimberly Ann, Founder, CEO, President, and Director.

2). Precision Mapping Solutions – ProStar Holdings, Inc.'s (OTCQX:MAPPF) (TSXV:MAPS) (FSE: 5D00) ($MAPPF) interview with Page Tucker, Chief Executive Officer.

3). European Business Growth - Bocconi UniversitySDA Bocconi School of Management's interviews with Stefano Caselli, Dean of SDA Bocconi School of Management, and Gianmaria Feleppa, CEO/Founder of UCapital24.

4). Professional Artist/Gallery Collaborator – Hope Tian Oil Painting's interview with Hope Tian, Artist/Owner.

5). "Sekur Privacy & Sekur Security Segment The Weekly Hack" interview with internet privacy expert Mr. Alain Ghiai, CEO, Sekur Private Data, Ltd. (OTCQX:SWISF) (CSE:SKUR) (FRA: GDT0) ($SWISF) (Sekur®).

Episode 527

Kimberly Ann, Founder, CEO, President, and Director of Lahontan Gold Corp. (OTCQB:LGCXF) (TSXV:LG) ($LGCXF), is with New to The Street's TV Host Jane King, talking about the Company from the Nasdaq MarketSite Studio. Lahontan Gold Corp. is a Canadian junior exploration gold and silver mining entity with mining claims and business operations in Mineral County, Nevada. Kimberly updates viewers about LGCXF's current exploration projects and pending drill results. Its Santa Fe Property, a past producer and the Company's flagship holding, and West Santa Fe claims are active concessions. West Santa Fe is about 15km from the Santa Fe property, and over time, management expects it will eventually merge both holdings into a larger mining plan of operation. The Company's geological team has completed drilling targets on the Santa Fe holdings, and now they are awaiting results to compile drill data to map mineralization zones. Kimberly explains and updates viewers about the permitting process and how the Company uses the "Notice of Intent" permit. This option is a quicker permit to receive than a "Plan of Operation" permit. Recently, The Company obtained an additional eight sq/km of mining claims contiguous to the Santa Fe mine. A large mining company decided not to maintain its BLM (Bureau of Land Management) permit, letting it expire. Lahontan's team immediately staked the lapsed claims, now part of the Company's Santa Fe mining property. In 2024, the Company expects to provide environmental reports and economic feasibility statements and continue to drill and publish results, hoping to maintain a fast-track objective to bring the Santa Fe Mine back into production. Lahontan Gold has a Canadian 43-101 report on its Santa Fe operations. The on-screen QR code is available during the show to download more info or visit Lahontan Gold Corp. -

New to The Street's TV Host Jane King, from the New York Stock Exchange Studio, sits with Page Tucker, the Chief Executive Officer of ProStar Holdings, Inc. (OTCQX:MAPPF) (TSXV:MAPS) (FSE: 5D00) ($MAPPF) ("ProStar"). As a leader in the precision mapping industry, the Company uses cloud-based technology, GPS, and mobile platforms that capture, record, map data, and display underground infrastructures, like pipelines, utility lines, fiber optic cables, water lines, and sewage pipes. Page informs viewers that the Company is transitioning from its development stage into full-scale sales and marketing. The Company recently closed on a $3.5M funding with proceeds earmarked for expanding its sales and marketing for domestic and international markets. They recently hired Louis Suchy as the new Chief Technology Officer, formerly with Akamai as a vice president of Engineering and an expert in scaling cloud-based technologies. Also, the Company appointed Wayne Moore as a Board of Director; he was the former managing director and general partner of Goldman Sachs' M&A division. Both individuals bring exceptional talent and business acumen to the Company. As ProStar's flagship product, PointMan becomes more widely used and accepted by construction and infrastructure companies and governmental agencies, it should advance these entities' operations into the digital age. In 2024, management expects continued growth in sales from increasing its sales and marketing efforts and looks to develop more distribution agreements domestically and internationally. ProStar's services and products identify critical infrastructures with an immediate digital map location of buried critical infrastructures, reducing construction costs, improving efficiencies, increasing safety, and helping environmentally. The on-screen QR code is available during the show to download more info or visit ProStar Holdings, Inc. -

From the Nasdaq MarketSite Studio, Stefano Caselli, Dean of SDA Bocconi School of Management, Bocconi University, Milan, Italy, and Gianmaria Feleppa, CEO/Founder of UCapital24 ("UCapital") are with New to The Street's TV Host Jane King. Stefano Caselli, the Dean of SDA Bocconi School of Management and Full Professor of Banking and finance at the Department of Finance at Bocconi University, talks about his participation at an international business conference in New York City. The European economy needs a bridge to promote growth, jobs, and market penetration into the US market. Stefano explains that many EU small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) have great products and some worldwide exposure. Still, they must grow beyond privately held, family-owned entities to expand into more significant global operations. Of the Fortune 500 listed companies, the EU only has a fraction. Stefano explains the importance of investors making capital injections so that many SMBs can expand into the US. He said that the EU has done great in providing business incentives in the renewable energy sectors and feels that the EU needs more economic bridges to assist other sectors in growing its markets. If investors ...

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