RIWI

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RIWIRights in Water and Irrigation Act 1914 (Australia)
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RIWI is a global trend-tracking and prediction technology firm.
RIWI's second quarter of revenue was its highest in the Company's history.
• For the last 12 months, RIWI grew its revenue year-over-year by 72%, reaching revenues of $3,142,230 for the 12 months ended June 30, 2019, compared to the same period last year.
• On June 13, 2019, RIWI announced that it has signed a one-year contract expansion with a G7 government agency valued at US$780,000.
"I am pleased to report our growth, culminating in our highest quarter of revenue to date," said Neil Seeman, RIWI's Chief Executive Officer.
RIWI's unaudited interim Financial Statements and Management Discussion and Analysis for the three and six months ended June 30, 2019 and 2018, are available via RIWI's website at https://riwi.com and on SEDAR at www.sedar.com.
New Major Study Authored by Harvard Researchers Describes Advantages of RIWI
A paper published on August 7, 2019 in the top-tier medical journal PLOS Medicine, studying the expectations of healthcare quality expressed by 18,000 people in 12 low- and middle-income countries, describes why the authors selected RIWI - "it has important advantages over other internet surveying methods such as internet panels and email-based sampling." The paper, led by researchers at Harvard University, is the latest independent support for RIWI's scientific validity:
The archaeological sites at Devil's Lair, Mungo, Riwi, Carpenter's Gap and Malakunanja, from different natural environments in widely separated locations on the Australian mainland, all appear to have been occupied by 45 [+ or -] 3 ka.
A paper published on August 7, 2019 in the top-tier medical journal PLOS Medicine, studying the expectations of healthcare quality expressed by 18,000 people in 12 low- and middle-income countries, describes why the authors selected RIWI- 'it has important advantages over other internet surveying methods such as internet panels and email-based sampling.' The paper, led by researchers at Harvard University, is the latest independent support for RIWI's scientific validity.