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The Parabolic Rise of Emerging US Drone Operator Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd (OTCMKTS: ALPP)

Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd (OTCMKTS: ALPP) is among the biggest runners in small caps recently skyrocketing out of obscurity to over $3 per share as Company management prepares for the recently announced NASDAQ up listing.  Leading the charge on ALPP is Spencer Gore, a Tesla, SpaceX and NASA alum who is lsitd on Forbes 30 under 30. ALPP has come a long way since the $0.07 range and November 17 when Microcapdaily first alerted investors to Alpine 4 stating at the time: “Alpine 4 is also recently reported it is fulfilling contracts with “FORTUNE 100” “EV Customers” in Silicon Valley. Alpine 4 recently announced it generated revenue of $8.72 million for Q3 2020, an increase of 23% over Q3 2019 revenue. The company has generated $26.6 million in revenue for the first three quarters of 2020.

The move on Alpine 4 comes as the Company recently completed the acquisition of United States Air Force contractor, Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA). As part of the acquisition 3 major institutional investors became shareholders in Alpine 4; Airbus Ventures (one of the largest aviation companies in the world), Bessemer VC (the oldest Venture Capital firm in America) and Eclipse VC. The acquisition cements Alpine 4 as a leader in the US Drone market as the Company adds two drone subsidiaries to reside in the A4 Technology portfolio.

Alpine 4 Technologies Ltd (OTCMKTS: ALPP) operating out of Phoenix, Arizona acquires businesses that fit into its disruptive DSF business model of Drivers, Stabilizers, and Facilitators. The Company has business related endeavors in, Software, Automotive Technologies, Electronics Manufacturing, and Energy Services & Fabrication Technologies. However Alpine 4’s acquisition model is industry agnostic and is based around our Driver, Stabilizer, Facilitator business model. Four principles at the core of ALPP business are: Synergy. Innovation. Drive. Excellence.

Earlier this month Alpine 4 announced the closing of the Impossible Aerospace (IA) acquisition and Impossible Aerospace is now a wholly owned subsidiary of Alpine 4.  The transaction was completed by a reverse triangle merger with a newly formed subsidiary of Alpine 4.  The company will introduce several support subsidiaries in 2021 to further its endeavors in capturing market share within the industry.  Alpine 4 has already begun implementing production plans for 2021 within its Silicon Valley subsidiary, Quality Circuit Assembly (QCA).

Alpine 4 has created two drone subsidiaries to reside in the A4 Technology portfolio. The company continues to expand its footprint in the drone market; Impossible Aerospace has already proven the viability of the US-1 drone through its relationships with law enforcement and the US Air Force. Its unparalleled flight time will assist with countless future applications. Additionally, people may be surprised by the lifting capabilities of the US-1 and to know that it is scalable. Part 135 certification permits a company to deliver beyond visual line of sight.

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The Company stands to benefit as the Department of Commerce added drone manufacturer, DJI, to the “Entity List” of Chinese companies prohibited from the procurement of advanced American technology. DJI represents 70-80% of the commercial drone market creating vast opportunities for American drone companies like Alpine 4’s Impossible Aerospace (IA). Alpine 4 and IA support the government blacklisting of DJI.

This decision highlights a nation-wide vulnerability. Chinese-made drones are still used at all levels of government in the United States. For example, at least 924 law enforcement agencies around the United States own DJI drones as of 2020 — products which have been unequivocally banned by the Department of Defense, Department of Interior and Department of Justice. These law enforcement agencies will now need an alternative to stay compliant. American companies stand ready to provide it. The entity-listing of DJI is an important step in breaking up a monopoly that has crippled American innovation for too long. American drone companies, for the first time ever, will now have the playing field tilted to their advantage to build a robust and resilient domestic capability.

On December 4 Alpine 4 announced its BOD has voted to up list to the NASDAQ. Over the next few weeks, the company will begin submitting the appropriate filings with the SEC and FINRA,  for the NASDAQ up listing.  Management  anticipates this move will take roughly 45 days and should finalize around the end of January to the beginning of February.

Kent B. Wilson, CEO stated: “When I became the Alpine 4 CEO on June 1st, 2014, I had a vision and business plan to build out a new form of American company. A company that was highly diversified, had defensible businesses that could stand the test of time, and would resonate with shareholder’s desire to own a piece of the “American dream”.  Over the past 6.5 years, Alpine 4 has “bootstrapped” itself into a company generating roughly $34m in annualized revenue and has built a foundation to grow into billions of dollars annually. It has become clear to me that this is Alpine 4’s moment. We have the opportunity to effectuate a new phase in our public ownership by up listing to the NASDAQ.  The significance of this change will bring important benefits to our current and future shareholders, as well as, our employees.  Timing is everything and there is a collective energy propelling Alpine 4 forward and we intend to capture that zeitgeist.   It’s important that we take advantage of this opportunity quickly so that we can attract the right banking and capital market investors to Alpine 4.  These windows of opportunity can be fleeting and hence we are acting resolutely and expeditiously.”

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ALPP is among the biggest runners in small caps recently skyrocketing out of obscurity to over $3 per share as Company management prepares for the recently announced NASDAQ up listing.  ALPP has come a long way since the $0.07 range and November 17 when Microcapdaily first alerted investors to Alpine 4 stating at the time: “Alpine 4 is also recently reported it is fulfilling contracts with “FORTUNE 100” “EV Customers” in Silicon Valley. Alpine 4 recently announced it generated revenue of $8.72 million for Q3 2020, an increase of 23% over Q3 2019 revenue. The company has generated $26.6 million in revenue for the first three quarters of 2020. The move on Alpine 4 comes as the Company recently completed the acquisition of United States Air Force contractor, Impossible Aerospace Corporation (IA). As part of the acquisition 3 major institutional investors became shareholders in Alpine 4; Airbus Ventures (one of the largest aviation companies in the world), Bessemer VC (the oldest Venture Capital firm in America) and Eclipse VC. The acquisition cements Alpine 4 as a leader in the US Drone market as the Company adds two drone subsidiaries to reside in the A4 Technology portfolio. Leading the charge on ALPP is Spencer Gore, a Tesla, SpaceX and NASA alum who is lsitd on Forbes 30 under 30.We will be updating on ALPP when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with ALPP.

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Disclosure: we hold no position in ALPP either long or short and we have not been compensated for this article.

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