Vancouver, BC – 360 Capital Financial Services Group Inc. (CSE: TSZ, www.360capital.ca) announced the Company has been retained by IndustryWorks Studios Inc., a new media company. 360 Capital will act as a corporate advisor to implement IndustryWorks’ plan for a public listing and financing on the Canadian Securities Exchange.
John Curtis, COO of IndustryWorks Studios, stated, “We are excited to have retained 360 Capital to lead our “go-public process”. With their team’s experience and knowledge of the capital markets and the Canadian Securities Exchange, 360 Capital is the ideal partner to facilitate our goal of completing a public listing and raising capital to help IndustryWorks “implement our aggressive new media growth strategy.” And according to Evan Tylor, CEO, “By working with 360 Capital, we see significant growth potential for IndsutryWorks Studios, which will enable us to take advantage of the many major film projects being presented to us.”
“IndustryWorks new media business model includes producing films for select niche genres, and marketing them through the company’s global distribution network,” commented John Gan, CEO of 360 Capital. “The added bonus, from an investment standpoint, is their distribution channel of over 3,400 buyers in more than 40 countries, which includes a number of major film networks. Industry Works’ distribution channel enables them to market their own films, as well as a growing library of film titles from around the world. These two facets make the company’s business model a truly unique investment opportunity in the film and entertainment industry, and we look forward to working with them to assist in their future growth.”
About IndustryWorks Studios
IndustryWorks Studios is focused on the distribution and production of films that include horror and children genre films which appeal to niche and mainstream audiences on an international level, and are two genres with excellent growth potential. The company’s team is a unique blend of film industry and business professionals with expertise in new media distribution and production. Past successes include the very dark cult favourite “American Mary”; and “The Vatican Exorcisms”, a look at behind the doors of the Vatican and the secrets it holds. Currently the company is producing “Wrecker” starring Anna Hutchison known for her recent box office hit “Cabin in the Wood” with Chris Hemsworth. This terror re-make of Steven Spielberg’s 1971 “Duel” will be ready for worldwide distribution in February 2015. IndustryWorks is also in pre-production of the TV series “The Lost Legion”, about the fall of the Roman Empire. On the distribution side, the company has an extensive library of active titles, both self-produced and acquired from external sources which are distributed internationally to major buyers, including film networks such as Sony Pictures, Movie Central, eONe, the Weinstein Company, Lionsgate Films and NBC/Universal Pictures. For distribution of self-produced films, the primary focus is domestic theatrical releasing ensuring the right movie is selected at the right time to maximize box office potential.
About 360 Capital Financial Services Group Inc.
360 Capital (CSE: TSZ, www.360capital.ca) and its subsidiary business units, are developing, growing and operating financial services businesses and distribution through acquisition, partnership, joint-venture, and strategic alliance and cooperation – in Canada and Asia Pacific. These financial services include insurance, merchant banking and Advisory services for companies seeking a public listing in Canada.
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