Grace Century CEO Scott Wolf traveled to London on June 15th, 2016, for the company’s first UK-based “get-together”, meeting approximately 20 UK Members of the firm. The Anglesea Arms in South Kensington served as the host, as Members shared a pint (or two) as well as some hor d’oeurves.
Joining the Members was Dr. Josh Siddiqui, one of Grace Century’s advisors, as well as James O’Rafferty, CEO of Sanbu LTD. Jim’s firm has been involved from the start by advising one of Grace’s projects, Provia Labs, to enter the European market as well as representing Proviasette, which is one of Provia’s Bio-Bank products for tissue storage.
On topic was the imminent investment in Provia from a Chinese and Hong Kong based consortium. This investment has been facilitated by three “good faith” payments towards total the investment amount, with the first payment has already materialising and the next two slated for this coming week.
In addition to Provia, renewed excitement was expressed as Grace Century’s other project, The Quantum Group (a groundbreaking EMR platform) has gained traction within it’s market sector and is about to see its first revenue in the coming month.
Finally, members vetted other projects presently being screened and shared their views with the group.
Grace Century prides itself on the “Members” model, with the projects being negotiated as a group but all participants investing directly, including Grace Century itself. The end result is a synergistic group, all of whom work together to bring exciting projects to fruition.