LAS VEGAS, NV / ACCESSWIRE / April 16, 2019 / Beyond Commerce, Inc. (OTCQB: BYOC) (the ”Company”), a global provider of B2B internet marketing analytics, technologies and services, is pleased to announce that the Company has submitted its application to list its common shares on the NASDAQ Capital Market (”NASDAQ”).
”Elevating the listing of our common stock to the NASDAQ Capital Market will provide us with access to a larger pool of capital, which is an important step forward in our mission to enhance shareholder value while complementing the operational progress we are making. As the Beyond Commerce story grows, the NASDAQ Capital Market listing is expected to increase the trading liquidity of our common stock, broaden our shareholder base and raise our profile in the investment community,” said Geordan Pursglove, Beyond Commerce’s Chief Executive Officer.
The listing of Beyond Commerce’s common shares on NASDAQ remains subject to the approval of NASDAQ and the satisfaction of all applicable listing and regulatory requirements.
The Company has engaged Exchange Listing, LLC in connection with its efforts to seek a listing for its common shares on NASDAQ.
Beyond Commerce’s common shares will continue to trade on the OTCQB under the ticker symbol BYOC until NASDAQ approval.
About Beyond Commerce, Inc.
Beyond Commerce, Inc. (OTCQB: BYOC) is focused on business combinations of ”big data” companies in global B2B internet marketing analytics, technologies and services. The Company’s objective is to develop and deploy disruptive strategic software technology that will build on organic growth potential and to exploit cross-selling opportunities. Beyond Commerce plans to offer a cohesive global digital product and services platform to provide clients with a single point of contact for their big data, marketing and related sales initiatives. For additional information, please visit: https://beyondcommerceinc.com and https://www.service800.com.
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SOURCE: Beyond Commerce, Inc.
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