Aug 31, 2016, Press Release
- Company in final review to complete major corporate acquisition in Entertainment Industry -
IRVINE, CA, Aug. 31, 2016 - Emaji, Inc. (OTC: EMJI), a development stage company (the "Company"), is announcing that the Company's Board of Directors has approved a name change to more fully reflect its business strategies. The Company is changing its name in an effort to rebrand itself to reflect both the recent strategic transformation, new acquisition targets and the new leadership in entertainment and asset building.
The Company has reserved the name "Broadside Enterprises, Inc." with the Division of Corporations of the State of Delaware. It is filing the proposed name change, which remains subject to regulatory approval, with the relevant authorities. The Company also plans to change its ticker symbol, web domain and corporate logo.
"We are renaming the Company to emphasize our commitment to profitable growth and building a globally recognizable brand," said Christopher Petzel, who joined the Company as President and Chief Executive Officer on January 1, 2016.
It plans to grow rapidly through organic growth and corporate acquisitions, the first of which is currently being finalized. The Company anticipates announcing the proposed transaction in September.
To assist its growth strategy, the Company will form an advisory board of high-level industry specialists.
About Emaji, Inc.:
Emaji, Inc. (OTC: EMJI), based in Irvine, California, is a publicly traded development stage company with two divisions: Entertainment, and Ventures.
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