AGM’s CEO presents at OTC Investor Conference

AGM’s CEO, Adrian Potts, had the pleasure of taking part at the recent OTC Innovation Investor Conference on Thursday, December 3rd.

Applied Graphene Materials (LON:AGM) manufacture production ready graphene based Genable® dispersions, with product integration expertise to deliver multi-functional performance enhancements across a wide range of applications.

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