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Latest SPAC News: Cilo Cybin flops after failing to lure South Africa investors, DWAC wins shareholder support for one year extension, and Watersight adds global companies to AquaRing pilot program
Cannabis SPAC Flops After Failing to Lure South Africa Investors
Cilo Cybin Holdings Ltd., a South African medical cannabis company, abandoned plans for an initial public offering in Johannesburg after failing to attract enough investment.
The business, the first in South Africa to win the right to grow, process and package cannabis products, had planned to list as a special purpose acquisition company. The aim was to raise as much as 2 billion rand ($116 million), founder Gabriel Theron said earlier this year, yet investors offered to buy just 20.5 million rand of shares.READ
Trump-Tied SPAC DWAC wins shareholder support for one year extensionREAD
Watersight Adds Global Companies to the AquaRing Water Monitoring Pilot Program
Watersight, a watertech joint venture company of MEKOROT, Israel’s national water company, and Newsight Imaging Ltd., a technology company that specializes in advanced CMOS image sensors for spectral analysis and machine vision, today announced the start of the field test at MEKOROT’s water monitoring facility in northern Israel alongside the addition of U.S. global companies to its pilot water monitoring program utilizing the AquaRing. The AquaRing is a smart water monitoring system, a complete real-time sensing device for online water condition monitoring for water, utility, and food & beverage industries.
On August 30, 2022, Newsight Imaging announced that it has entered into a definitive agreement to become publicly listed through a merger transaction with Vision Sensing Acquisition Corp. (Nasdaq: VSAC), a publicly traded special purpose acquisition company.READ