Capital 10X interviews 1933 Industries (CSE: TGIF) CEO Chris Rebentisch to dig deeper into the company’s Q2 financial results and see how they are adapting their 2020 plans to the economic uncertainty.
While COVID-19 has created distribution challenges, the company is still able to operate in Nevada as an essential service and has a healthy cash balance to weather the storm. After delaying certain capital projects until more economic clarity is available, the company is clearly focused with a “survive and then thrive” approach.
1933 Industries is a market awareness client of Capital 10X.
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