Vancouver, BC – 360 Capital Financial Services Group Inc. (“360” or the “Company“) (CSE:TSZ, FWB: C5B) announces that it has identified an established national company in the technology sector, with which it is in the midst of discussions with respect to a possible business combination. Due diligence is underway, and if and when an agreement is signed in respect to this potential transaction, further details will be released.

“360 Capital Financial is actively pursuing alliances in the technology sector, specifically with companies that have demonstrated a track record with significant revenue growth and require capital to scale their proven business models,” noted 360 Mr. George Tsafalas, interim President and CEO. “360 is focused on companies with strong management and corporate governance in place where the capital can be deployed to achieve growth results in the near term,” added Mr. Tsafalas.

Subsequent to the closing of its recent private placement, the Company has approximately $1,600,000 in cash, and is actively reviewing potential business opportunities..

About 360 Capital Financial Services Group Inc.
360 Capital Financial Services Group, through our subsidiaries and affiliated companies, provides a broad range of financial services to emerging private and public companies. We “Connect Capital to Growth” by providing corporate finance advisory, merchant banking, IPO consulting and business advisory services for our clients.

For further information, please contact:
George Tsafalas, President
Telephone: 604-343-2977

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