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A Holding Company Set for Growth

AAPT Aggressively Pursues Value-Focused Acquisitions

AAPT (OTC PINK: AAPT) is a Nevada-based holding company actively pursuing acquisitions across the globe. 

As technology evolves, so will the way we invest in businesses with the potential to disrupt their respective industries. This is AAPT’s approach to investing. Its first major acquisition shows us a holding company with a forward-looking approach, seeking out a revenue-producing tech company with major growth potential in one of the world’s largest markets. 

A $200 Million Investment in the Remote Work and the Gig Economies

On September 28, 2021, AAPT finalized its first major acquisition, investing $200 million to acquire 100% of the equity in Kuora Industrial Interconnect, an online services e-technology business that connects companies and individuals looking for industrial technical expertise in China. Kuora’s revenues stem from B2B, B2C and C2C transactions through its e-technology service. To date, Kuora has reached approximately 200,000 vertical users, over 1,000 experts and more than 3,000 enterprises since launching in 2018. The purchase gives AAPT strong roots in Asia’s service technology market, which is valued at USD 1.8 trillion and growing at 25% a year.

“The acquisition candidate is a revenue producing Technology Company,” AAPT CFO David Chong wrote. “Management feels strongly about the growth potential of the candidate and believes that for the second year, an aggressive growth in excess of 400% is very likely to occur.” 

Since the acquisition, Kuora has maintained growth. While still in the early phases and building its user base, the company created a slight profit in the 2021 calendar year. Kuora’s revenue for the year was CNY 51m (US$8 Million), with a small profit of CNY 22k (US$3.5k). These early signs of progress alone make the All American Pet Co / Kuora duo something to watch grow to substantial profits in the future.

A Model for the Future 

The model for Kuora is not a world-first but it does drive in the direction many industries are headed in post-pandemic business. The gig economy, which is built on freelance, temporary or short term contract workers who often specialize in their fields, is thriving.

In early 2020, the Coronavirus pandemic rapidly shifted much of the global workforce to a remote, work-from-home lifestyle. Leaning on the advantages of technology and connectivity through the web, It didn’t take long to see that what began as an emergency measure for many industries would likely be adopted as a permanent change. The work-from-home and gig-based economies were well established even before the pandemic, though, with estimates that 50% of the U.S. workforce alone would be a part of the gig economy by 2027.

Kuora capitalizes on these factors, providing companies with greater access to qualified technical experts. Serving as a middle man between technicians/professional engineers and industrial/technology enterprises, Kuora matches the two professional sides when needed for anything from technical information to tackling equipment-related problems. Companies can even post their technical questions to portals and have immediate access to the appropriate professional experts qualified to fill their need, hiring them for offline or online solutions. The service is a way for businesses to solve problems promptly, accurately, and effectively when they don’t already have access to in-house expertise.  

“Kuora is positioned to be a key player in the Gig Economy. The niche it operates in is largely underserved. The geographic market is still unsaturated and as such, there is a significant growth within the Asian market without even including future planned markets.  It is also an incentivized industry in the geographical region it currently operates in”, commented David Chong, AAPT Chief Financial Officer.

Does This Model Sound Familiar? 

As mentioned, the Kuora model is not exactly a world-first. But it’s far from a knock-off of its comparatives, as it specializes in the exact type of service it provides. It is not for gig workers of all professions, rather it is a go-to name for those with industrial and technical expertise.


Fiverr and Upwork come to mind as comparable examples. These platforms operate as networks that connect freelance workers with businesses in need of services. Similarly, the Chinese question-and-answer website Zhihu operates as a wildly popular “consulting” service. But unlike Kuora, these services don’t specialize in industrial technology services. It’s this focus that affords Kuora the opportunity to offer greater access to competitive, professional experts. 

This specific business plan has already proven to be valuable to its market. China has an industrial population of 230 million with more than 30% of the world’s industrial output. The technical services market is valued at USD 1.8 trillion, growing at 25% each year. Kuora is projected to triple its user base by the end of 2021, while potentially quadrupling its income. The service is projected to have half a million users by the end of 2022, with income reaching 12x or even 30x in 2024. 

As we’ve seen across the globe, the gig economy is booming, with billions in transactions filtering through the online services that make them possible (and popular). There is no evidence that outsourcing tasks or relying on remote workers will go away as the pandemic subsides, which gives many investors a bullish outlook on this segment of the global workforce. For example, in the U.S. it’s reported that the remote/work-from-home boom will lift productivity by 5% for businesses after the pandemic, no doubt making services like Kuora more valuable as industries ease their reliance on the in-house, full-time workforce.


Hold or Sell? 

A holding company can only ever be as valuable as its investments. Naturally, the success of each acquisition equals profits for investors and companies like AAPT alike. Within the most successful holding companies are assets totalling trillions, all operating under familiar names like JP Morgan Chase & Co., Goldman Sachs, Berkshire Hathaway Inc., and many more. It’s obviously a powerful business model that provides incredible value for individual investors. 

In the case of AAPT, a promising first acquisition can be an exciting sign for those keeping a watchful eye. At present, the company hasn’t announced plans for its future investments, only acknowledging that it is aggressively pursuing acquisitions. Nonetheless, the purchase of Kuora’s equity shows AAPT’s finger is on the world’s pulse, seizing an opportunity that’s aligned with the direction of the global workforce as we know it. 

Press Releases


Mr Lanwei Li, President & CEO 

Mr. Lanwei Li has nearly 20 years of experience in marketing, technology, management and operation in heavy industrials. He was the former director and COO of China Recycling Energy Co. (NASDAQ: CREG).

David Chong, CFO 

David Chong brings 30 years of working for manufacturing companies to AAPT, with experience navigating China, US, Europe, Singapore and other capital markets. His expertise includes international financial management, operations, auditing, funding, business development, internal control maintenance, corporate governance, and investor relations.



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