Clikia Subsidiary Turns Net Loss of $122,137 for the Previous Quarter into Net Income of $28,554 this Quarter
FORT LEE, NJ, Feb. 23, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- via NewMediaWire -- Clikia Corp. (OTC: CLKA), an emerging leader in the global custom luxury goods marketplace, through its wholly owned subsidiary, Maison Luxe, announces reports record breaking quarterly revenues of $966,035 as compared to $882,649 for the previous quarter, an increase of almost 9.5% quarter to quarter and a $122,137 net loss last quarter into $28,665 net income this quarter. The financial statement can be viewed in its entirety at https://backend.otcmarkets.com/otcapi/company/financial-report/271820/content.
The increase in revenues and net income is primarily due to execution of the Company’s business, sales and marketing plan which nurtured a growing pipeline throughout the year which resulted in many new and repeat customers. Clikia prides itself with excellent products, competitively priced, on time deliveries and friendly and supportive customer service.
Anil Idnani, CEO of Clikia, stated, “2021 has been a fantastic year for us, but just the beginning. We are significantly growing our Revenues and Profitability. We are extremely confident that 2022 will continue our path of explosive growth and success for our company and its shareholders.”
ABOUT CLIKIA CORP.
Clikia Corp., through its wholly owned subsidiary (1) Maison Luxe, offers highly desired luxury retail consumer items that are responsibly sourced and affordable to the end customer. Maison Luxe focuses its efforts primarily within the fine timepieces and jewelry segments both on a wholesale and B2C (business-to-consumer) basis (2) Amani Jewelers, operates in the jewelry marketplace, with a strategic focus on the rapidly growing lab-grown diamonds market. For more information, please reference https://www.maisonluxeny.com.
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