VANCOUVER, April 10, 2017 /CNW/ – Fineqia International Inc. (the “Company“ or “Fineqia”) (CSE: FNQ) (OTCPink: FNQQF) (Frankfurt: FNQA) today welcomes the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) in Residence at Microsoft Accelerator, Warwick Hill, to its board of advisors.
With over 30 years’ experience in the global technology, telecoms, media and digital sectors Warwick Hill leads Microsoft’s London Accelerator in its mission to take good startups and make them great. He is renowned for successfully building and selling global companies in the digital sector. Most notable is the sale of 3rd Space a Digital Innovations Agency that was bought in June 2013 by the Chinese State Broadcaster, one of the largest media companies in the World.
Prior to setting up 3rd Space, Warwick built a wholesale carrier services company specialising in India and Middle East voice termination. Incorporated in 2004, IIOS became Reliance’s largest global customer and one of the largest Indian minutes’ aggregators in the UK prior to being sold to Vyke plc in May 2009.
“We are very excited to welcome Warwick to our highly respected board of advisors,” said Fineqia’s Chairman Martin Graham. “His unprecedented experience in building successful companies and expanding them on a global scale will be important to us when building out Fineqia.”
Fineqia’s board of advisors and its members are not officers or directors of the company.
About Fineqia International Inc.
Fineqia’s business model is to provide an online platform and associated services for the placement of debt and equity securities, initially in the UK. The platform will transparently highlight the risks and objectively outline opportunities involved. For more information, visit www.fineqia.com.
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