CyberWorld Studios Announces It's Officers and Directors
Salt Lake City, February 5, 2014
Salt Lake City, February 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Cyberworld Studios, Inc. (OTCPINK: DEQI) announced that it has elected new officers and directors to manage its apps publishing company.
Our new officers and directors are key to the development of our new company and will be instrumental in developing and continuing its culture of evolution and efficiency,” said Mr. Geo-Jaja, CEO and President of the Company. “We will need to evolve quickly and be very efficient to become sustainable in this market; and we believe our new officers and directors have the management experience and business expertise to make the Company a success.
The Company’s new officers and directors are as follows:
- Macleans A. Geo-Jaja, CEO, President and Treasurer
- Dean Becker, Secretary
- Peter Spagone, Director
- Claire Singleton, Director
These Officers and Directors were approved in January 2014 and will serve until successors are elected.
The Company encourages those interested to view the biographies of each of is officers and directors at the Company’s webpage at the OTC Markets website at www.OTCMarkets.com.
The Company is engaged in the business of developing and publishing video games and mobile software applications (“Apps”) of all types and available to gaming, healthcare and financial sectors. The Company also serves as a business incubator for companies engaged in the business of developing video games and gaming related software. The Company seeks to provide companies access to investment capital, management, industry expertise, business services and financial planning, as well as office and development space.
For more information and a sneak peek at the Company’s latest games, visit their website at www.Cyberworld-Studios.com.
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