INEO Announces DTC Eligibility

“We are excited to receive DTC eligibility as we continue to expand our investor community,” said Kyle Hall, CEO of INEO. “We are committed to growing and know receiving DTC eligibility is another step towards helping us achieve our goals as we provide enhanced access and liquidity to our growing U.S. investor base.”

DTC is a subsidiary of the Depository Trust & Clearing Corporation and manages the electronic clearing and settlement of publicly traded companies. Securities which are eligible to be electronically cleared and settled through the DTC are considered “DTC eligible.” Having DTC eligibility enables the INEO common shares to be distributed, settled, and serviced through DTC’s automated processes. This allows for a more streamlined process of trading of the INEO common shares in the United States while enhancing the liquidity of the common shares in the OTC capital markets.

INEO Tech Corp.
Per:      “Kyle Hall”
Kyle Hall, Chief Executive Officer and Director

About INEO Tech Corp.        

INEO Tech Corp., through its wholly owned subsidiary, INEO Solutions Inc., owns and operates the INEO Media Network – an integrated digital advertising, loss prevention and analytics solution for retailers.  INEO’s patented technology integrates and monetizes digital screens with theft detection sensor gates at the entrance of retail stores.  The Company’s cloud-based platform uses IoT (Internet of Things) and AI (Artificial Intelligence) technology to deliver customized digital advertising to each retail location based on the demographic mix, such as age and gender, of customer traffic at each location.  INEO generates advertising revenue and offers its technology through a SaaS-based solution to larger retail chains.   INEO is headquartered in Surrey, Canada and publicly traded on the TSX-Venture Exchange under the symbol “INEO” and on the OTCQB-Venture Market under the symbol “INEOF”. 

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SOURCE INEO Tech Corp.

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