IDGC Focuses on Finalizing Integration of Previously Initiated Acquisition in the IoT and Smart City Space
SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / November 12, 2019 / ID Global Corporation (IDGC) (OTCMKTS:IDGC) (the “Company” or “IDGC”), a diversified holdings company, today announced the appointment of Jules Adrian Dalsey, formerly the company’s president and member of its board of directors, as its new chairman and chief executive officer effective immediately.
Sebastien DuFort, the former chairman of the company, will continue to serve as a director of the company and interim CFO. Mr. Dalsey’s and Mr. DuFort will focus on reconstituting the board and building out the management team, to pursue the company’s vision and focus on Smart Cities.
“We are focused on bringing the company filings current with OTC Markets” said Mr. Dalsey He added, “Integrating operations of Noveda and Ploybrite Norge is a high priority for us to ensure seamless transition for current customers.”
About ID Global Corp
ID GLOBAL CORP is a publicly traded (OTC: IDGC) diversified holdings company that has strategic investments and is focusing on acquisitions in the Smart City (IoT) 4.0 industry. Structured as partnership subsidiaries, IDGC enables the growth and development of the acquired businesses with the goal of maximizing their value prior to an exchange listed spinoff. IDGC is looking to consolidate and roll-up the highly fragmented new IoT applications and 4.0 industries which enable Smart City development. https://www.idgc.io
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Jules Adrian Dalsey
SOURCE: ID Global Corporation
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