EastBridge Investment Group (OTC-BB: EBIG), a financial services company that provides Asian firms with access to U.S. markets, announced that signed an agreement to take aB2B e-commerce company public in the U.S., which operates in the same basic industry as other Chinese companies like Alibaba.com Limited (HKG: 1688) and Baidu.com, Inc. (Nasdaq: BIDU).
EastBridge Investment Group (OTC.BB:EBIG) today announced that it has executed a Listing Agreement with a new client, Hangzhou Dwarf Technology Ltd., (“Dwarf Technology”), whose main business is located in Hangzhou, China. EastBridge has been retained by Dwarf Technology to assist it in becoming listed in the U.S. as soon as practical. Dwarf Technology is a leading internet search provider for businesses supporting multiple network technologies simultaneously including telephony, text messaging and the internet. The company has developed innovative technologies to provide a unique platform for business-to-business trade (B2B) and online retail.
Mr. Mianfu Zhang, CEO of Dwarf Technology, commented, “We are in a unique position to provide a B2B platform for the growing businesses in China to conduct business and transact trades domestically and globally. With the rapid growth of E-Commerce in China, we expect to be on a double-digit growth path and to establish our brand worldwide.”
For more information on Dwarf Technology and its products and services, please visit http://www.4006009090.com/index.html.
EastBridge Investment Group focuses on high-growth companies in Asia, offering IPOs, Joint Ventures and Merchant Banking services. The Company targets industries in electronics, real estate, auto, metal, energy, environmental, bioscience and food retail distribution.
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