Note 22 – Subsequent Events
|9 Months Ended
Jan. 31, 2023
|Subsequent Events [Abstract]
|Note 22 – Subsequent Events
Note 22 – Subsequent Events
Subsequent events have been evaluated through the date of this filing and there are no subsequent events which require disclosure except as set forth below:
Sale of Consumer Segment
On November 21, 2022, the Company entered into a Stock Purchase Agreement (the "SPA") with Unusual Machines, Inc. (“UM”) and Jeffrey Thompson, the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Company (the “Principal Stockholder”), related to the sale of the Company’s consumer business consisting of Rotor Riot, (“RR”), and Fat Shark Holdings (“FS”), for $18 million in cash and securities of UM.
The purchase price consists of (i) $5 million in cash (as increased for positive working capital and decreased for negative working capital at closing) plus (ii) $2.5 million in a convertible senior note of UM (the “Senior Note”) plus (iii) $10.5 million in Series A convertible preferred stock of UM (the “Series A Stock”). The Senior Note and Series A Stock will be convertible into Common Stock at the lesser of $4.00 per share or the IPO price of UM. The Senior Note and Series A Stock shall contain beneficial ownership blockers under which conversion shall be limited to 4.99% and/or 9.99% of the total voting power of UM, and may be further subject to limitations on voting and conversion required in order to conform with requirements of NASDAQ related to the issuance of more than 19.99% of the outstanding Common Stock in accordance with NASDAQ Rule 5635(d). The Senior Note and Series A Stock will include anti-dilution protection in the case of issuances by UM at a price lower than the then applicable conversion price for so long as the Senior Note or Series A Stock remains outstanding under which the conversion price will be reduced to such lower price.
Under the terms of the SPA the Principal Stockholder and UM have agreed to indemnification obligations which shall survive for a period of 9 months, subject to certain limitations, which includes a basket of $250,000 before any claim can be asserted and a cap equal to the value of the escrow shares, other than in cases involving fraud. The Principal Stockholder agreed to deposit 450,000 shares of UM common stock owned to secure any indemnification obligations.
The closing of the SPA, is subject to customary conditions including shareholder approval by a majority of the disinterested shareholders of the Company. The Principal Stockholder, who holds approximately 24% of the voting power of the Company, shall abstain from the vote on approval of the SPA. On November 21, 2022, the Board of Directors of the Company approved the SPA and its submission to shareholders for approval. In addition, closing of the SPA is subject to successful completion of an initial public offering (the “IPO”) by UM in the minimum amount of $15 million, and the listing of UM’s common stock on NASDAQ. The SPA requires the Company to cooperate with UM in connection with the IPO and to deliver audited financial statements of RR and FS. UM has agreed to register all of the common stock for which the Senior Note is convertible in the IPO for resale by the Company, or to pay the note in full with proceeds of the offering at closing, at UM’s election. In addition, UM has agreed to enter into a registration rights agreement for 100% of the common stock for which the Series A Stock may be converted and to use its best efforts to file and have declared effective such registration statement, on demand and on a piggy-back basis in connection with any other registration statements filed by UM.