As Eventure Interactive Inc (OTCBB:EVTI) enters growth-stage, the company wants to keep its shareholders more informed about its growth projects. The company has a great technology that would allow it to grow rapidly, especially in an environment where major social media companies are aggressively looking to penetrate in the mobile segment.
Eventure Interactive Inc (OTCBB:EVTI) cited that having reached a growth-stage, there is now greater need to engage shareholders and the investing community on the activities of the company. As such, EVTI retained CorProminence as its strategic advisory and investor relations firm. CorProminence will handle the responsibility of communicating the company’s accomplishments and milestones to shareholders and other stakeholders.
According to Eventure Interactive Inc (OTCBB:EVTI)’s CEO, Gannon Giguiere, they have embarked on a journey of growing long-term shareholder value and they want to keep investors informed about what they are doing. The need to improve communication at this growth stage of the company necessitated the signing of the experienced team at CorProminence to support communication with the investment community.
As part of its growth efforts, Eventure Interactive Inc (OTCBB:EVTI) on Jan. 28 tapped its CFO, Michael D. Rountree, for a board position. However, the company said Rountree would continue as its Treasurer.
Following the acquisition of WhatsApp by Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB), Eventure Interactive Inc (OTCBB:EVTI) said that the move validated its technology, which supports social calendaring. On the acquisition of WhatsApp, Giguiere said that large players in the social media industry are looking for innovative technologies to support their expansion in the mobile segment. He said the move would bring greater attention to mobile technologies such as the one that EVTI provides.
Facebook paid nearly $22 billion to acquire WhatsApp, a mobile messaging company.
Eventure Interactive Inc (OTCBB:EVTI) boasts an elegant web-to-mobile app that allows people to create, capture and organize their photos, videos and other life memory media. Shares of the company have dropped more than 7% since the beginning of this year, but have been rising steadily in the past weeks.