ABNB, OGGFF, SKLZ, ENTEF CEOs Drive Revenue Growth

NEW YORK, Dec. 7, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Wall Street Reporter, the trusted name in financial news since 1843, has published reports on the latest comments and ideas from CEOs of: Airbnb, Inc. (NASDAQ: ABNB ), Organic Garage (OTC: OGGFF) (TSX.V: OG), ESE Entertainment (TSX.V: ESE) (OTC: ENTEF) and Skillz, Inc. (NYSE: SKLZ).

After the pandemic, new megatrends in consumer lifestyles are emerging, creating multibillion-dollar opportunities for disruptive innovation in the way we live, work and play.

Wall Street Reporter highlights the latest comments from industry thought leaders:

Konrad Wasiela, CEO of ESE Entertainment (TSX.V: ESE) (OTC: ENTEF): 60X Increase in Revenue Execution Rate in 12 Months – Just the Beginning »
ESE Entertainment (TSX.V: ESE) (OTC: ENTEF) CEO Konrad Wasiela, a featured presenter on Wall Street Reporter’s NEXT SUPER STOCK investor live stream, said revenue increased to more than $ 60 million CD, with its latest acquisition of esports. This is an increase of almost 6000% from the ENTEF execution rate less than 12 months ago. On December 1, ENTEF completed the acquisition of GameAddik, which, through its wholly owned brand PWN Games, is considered by gamesight.io to be one of the best CPA (cost per acquisition) networks for games. GameAddik generated revenues of C $ 24.0 million and operating income of C $ 4.7 million in fiscal 2020.

Konrad said this step is just the start, as his goal is to bring ENTEF’s esports revenue to $ 250 million over the next 18 months through organic growth and strategic mergers and acquisitions. – and build a multi-billion dollar global esports business. ESE is now growing rapidly, with multiple revenue streams including esports infrastructure software powering global tournaments, exclusive digital media distribution, broadcast rights, and ownership of world-class leagues and teams. , including its global esports franchise K1CK. Konrad reported that “ESE now has a growing esports mergers and acquisitions pipeline with more than $ 100 million in annual revenue” and is expected to close a significant number of these potential deals in the months to come. to come.
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Airbnb, Inc. (NASDAQ: ABNB) Brian Chesky CEO: “New Travel Revolution Drives Revenue Growth”
“…. The third quarter was Airbnb’s best quarter ever. Sales, Adjusted EBITDA and Net Income were the highest ever. Travel is undergoing a revolution. People are now taking longer trips, traveling to more places, and even living on Airbnb. As the world changes, we continue to innovate. We’ve made over 150 innovation upgrades this year alone… ”
“… Something bigger than a travel bounce happening.” The world is undergoing a revolution in the way we live and work. The pandemic has suddenly freed tens of millions of people from the need to go to an office. Technologies like Zoom make it possible to work from home. Airbnb allows you to work from any home. And this new flexibility is bringing a revolution in the way we travel, because for the very first time, millions of people can now travel anytime, anywhere for any length of time and even live anywhere on Airbnb. And we believe that this trend towards more flexibility will only accelerate … The third trend we are seeing is that people are not just traveling on Airbnb, they are now living on Airbnb. Long-term stays, up 28 days or more, remained our fastest growing category in terms of travel time. People travel on Airbnb for extended vacations, relocation, temporary accommodation, student accommodation and more… ”
Airbnb, Inc. (NASDAQ: ABNB) Revenue Highlights: https://bit.ly/3DvY0WQ

Matt Lurie, CEO of Organic Garage (OTC: OGGFF) (TSX.V: OG): “Ready to grow with next-generation plant-based brands and organic retail”
Organic Garage (OTC: OGGFF), a featured presenter at Wall Street Reporter’s NEXT SUPER STOCK investor conference, capitalizes on the two megatrends in the burgeoning plant-based food and organic retail industry specialized. In his recent presentation, OGGGF CEO Matt Lurie explained to investors how OGGFF is positioned for explosive growth in the coming months, as it expands its specialty “Organic Garage” retail stores and launches its brand “Future of Cheese” which targets several billion dollars. opportunities in the global plant-based dairy industry.

OGGFF’s “Organic Garage” specialty retail stores have built a cult following among millennial shoppers in Toronto, Canada, with a fun, discounted experiential retail concept – “Healthier Foods For Less Dear “. OGGFF currently has four stores generating more than $ 30 million in revenue, with strong gross margins – and is now at an inflection point – ready to scale rapidly with new locations. In his interview with Wall Street Reporter, OGGFF CEO Matt Lurie discusses opportunities to grow the Organic Garage brand globally, whether through company-owned stores, partnerships and / or franchises.

Watch Organic Garage (OTC: OGGFF) (TSX.V: OG) Next live video from Super Stock: https://bit.ly/3Ctu7qs

OGGFF is leveraging more of its retail expertise in the area of ​​plant-based foods. With a solid understanding of what sells on retail shelves and what today’s consumers want, OGGFF is developing its own brands of plant-based CPGs. OGGFF has just launched the “Future of Cheese” brand targeting the dairy alternatives space. Developed by the world’s foremost cheese experts, Future of Cheese deploys a full line of exciting plant-based cheeses, butter and other dairy products. The brand is a hit with consumers and the products sell out on the shelves every week.

OGGFF is now expanding its product portfolio to 8-10 SKUs in the coming months, which will help drive market penetration with international retailers. In his interview with The Wall Street Reporter, Matt Lurie discusses OGGFF’s growth strategy for expanding Future of Cheese’s global sales to retail and restaurants.
Watch Organic Garage (OTC: OGGFF) (TSX.V: OG) Next live video from Super Stock: https://bit.ly/3Ctu7qs

Andrew Paradise, CEO of Skillz, Inc. (NYSE: SKLZ): “Esports is for everyone”
“Skillz is a B2B, B2C technology platform that powers more than 2 billion tournaments per year. We allow game developers to monetize through competition. The platform in the broad sense, democratizes the game by leveling the rules of the game, to access the possibility of creating esports. We had this belief nine years ago that esports is for everyone, and our goal is to make it as fair and accessible as possible to everyone, starting with game developers. So we allow developers of all sizes to monetize their art while players engage in fair, fun and meaningful competition… ”

“… We have a strong revenue team in place now, and we continue to add key talent, which I would say helps us grow the number of game developers on the platform, faster than ever, as well as their ability to launch successful games … We continue to aim for a long-term adjusted EBITDA of 30%. And we think we’ll get there through a combination of increasing our participation rate, which we have been able to do over time, and expanding our operations for greater efficiency… ”
Skillz, Inc. (NYSE: SKLZ) Highlights from the analyst call: https://bit.ly/3pPGR7k


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