Business Warrior (OTCQB: BZWR) is positioned for explosive growth as two recent acquisitions could potentially fuel its already fast-growing revenues. Business Warrior helps small businesses solve two of the biggest challenges to owning and operating a business: customer acquisition and access to funding.
Business Warrior provides a software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform to help small business owners make decisions that will lead to more customers, increase revenues, and obtain access to growth capital. Business Warrior’s integrated platform combines a small business’ advertising performance, financial data, and funding as a key source of success and growth for business owners. Formed in 2014, Business Warrior uses next-generation machine learning and native software to make conversion marketing and growth funding accessible for small business owners.
Through its suite of software, marketing, and lending solutions, Business Warrior has helped more than 25,000 small businesses fuel their growth and engage more customers.
In the past seven months, the overall market has been a disaster. As a result, investors have ignored shares of BZWR, even though:
- BZWR acquired Helix House Advertising and Alchemy Technologies, which are driving “Monthly Recurring (MRR) and SaaS Revenues.”
- For the 2nd quarter that ended February 28, 2022, BZWR posted 62% quarter-over-quarter revenue growth.
- For the 3rd quarter that ended May 31, 2022, BZWR reported revenues of $1.2 million, an increase of 67% over the 2nd quarter.
- On August 25, 2022, BZWR became listed on the OTCQB.
Not only has the market ignored these great results, but BZWR is also trading near its year low and basically has a market cap equal to sales revenues, even though the company’s revenues are growing at more than 60%!
This could be the opportunity to buy a penny stock that has the potential to produce a 1,249 percent return, if it gets back to its 52-week high.
The average SaaS company is trading at 13x revenues, which would take us to $0.13, or a little more than halfway back to the year high. If the company continues to grow at better than 60%, the market cap could expand even further, which could take us the rest of the way there and possibly higher.