Joining SmallCapSteve today is Michael Williams, Executive Chairman of Vortex Metals (TSXV: VMS). Michael sits down with us to share his thoughts on the impact of inflation on the mining industry and his read on the future of copper. The discussion then transitions to Vortex Metals, which he, along with Vikas Ranjan, co-founded with the late David Jones, where we get a high level overview of the company before getting more granular. The interview then closes out with commentary on what investors can expect from the company in the near term.
Vortex Metals was co-founded by experienced mining explorers and financiers David Jones, Vikas Ranjan, and Michael Williams. The company is set to begin an extensive drilling program on three high-grade copper-gold assets located in the emerging volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) belt of Oaxaca, Mexico.
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