Our business model is to provide Partnership Relationship to public companies... and the private companies that can leverage these relationships to expand into new market segments.
SILVER SPRING, MD. (PRWEB) January 29, 2015
Mr. Pope laid out a comprehensive and clear picture of IJJC’s future starting with a description of the new Partnership Network; a collaborative network environment designed to support and build publicly traded companies that are non-reporting and undervalued into reporting and performing public companies.
“Our business model is to provide Partnership Relationship to public companies," states Clifford Pope. “We offer to public companies Contracting/Business Development, Market Awareness, and Reporting Obligation Resources,” summarized Mr. Pope on the services to be offered to public companies. Mr. Pope spoke about developing contractor/sub-contractor/mentor relationships between public companies and privately held companies. “We expect to leverage these relationships to benefit both the public companies that seek new revenue sources and the private companies that can leverage these relationships to expand into new market segments.”
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IJJC has entered into an agreement that would bring $2,100,313 of annual income from two Medical Marijuana Farmers in exchange for stock to be delivered in the future, over time. The transaction was approved by the Circuit Court for the 19th Judicial Circuit Lake County, Waukegan, Illinois, following a fairness hearing. The anticipated revenue streams will significantly contribute to the growth and value of IJJC. The original amount of stock for the Medical Marijuana Farmer expansion project was to total not more than 2,094,857,143 shares of common stock. Currently, it has been determined that the shares from the company to support this project will not exceed 1,020,867,796 shares. In support of the court order IJJC anticipates that the shares price used to calculate the number of shares required is current capable to provide the funding amount to funding commitment calculated first proposed with the 2,094,847,143 as presented in court order. (Case File No. 14L825)
IJJC’s targeted capitalization program will require the issuance of shares to expand its partnership business directive, however, we realize that trying to raise capital using the 504 exemption, or convertible debentures, are toxic forms of financing and unacceptable methods for generating working capital. So while IJJC will continue to seek and engage in equity exchanges to fund participation in projects, we will as well participate in unique and innovative capitalization projects such as the medical marijuana project; a project we believe will prove to be very successful, profitable and increase the value of IJJC stock. “IJJC will continue to update the market and our shareholders as developments unfold", stated by Clifford Pope, President, and CEO of IJJ Corporation.
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Source: IJJ Corporation