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Ciscom Corp
Symbol CISC
Shares Issued 51,563,831
Close 2024-03-01 C$ 0.065
Market Cap C$ 3,351,649
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Ciscom appoints Weslosky as director

2024-03-01 12:27 ET - News Release

Mr. Paul Gaynor reports

CISCOM CORP. ANNOUNCES APPOINTMENT OF SENIOR MARKET LEADER AND INFLUENCER TO ITS BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Ciscom Corp. has appointed Tracy Weslosky to its board of directors, effective immediately.

"We have been looking to add a senior leader with strong business and market experience to the board. Tracy brings to the board the perfect combination of business and market acumen that will help propel Ciscom to the next level. On behalf of the entire board and Ciscom, we warmly welcome Tracy," said Paul Gaynor, chair of the board.

Ms. Weslosky, an entrepreneur with 30 years of experience in both media and the public markets, comments: "Ciscom exemplifies capital market excellence by consistently under promising and over delivering. This approach sets the stage for success. Excited to collaborate with a team of financial, entrepreneurial and communication experts that are working together to achieve effective market valuation organically within my preferred sectors: media and capital markets."

In 2001, Ms. Weslosky founded InvestorNews Inc., the publisher of InvestorNews.com, a leading independent market news platform with over 120 million annual hits. The company has provided digital media services to numerous publicly traded companies in the United States, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. Since 2010, Ms. Weslosky has played a crucial role in organizing significant global events on critical minerals and co-founded the Critical Minerals Institute (CMI) in 2021 to promote a decarbonized economy.

She also co-founded REE Stocks PLC, a Financial Times Stock Exchange (FTSE)-listed rare earths index company and was a principal partner at Weslosky & Cowans Ltd., an investment firm with an exempt market dealers licence. This same firm was the catalyst for the business television series DealFlow, which had distribution in 294 million households worldwide, including CNBC.

Ms. Weslosky's career began in the early 1990s in public relations (PR) for television, later shifting to recording industry and working for well-known artists. Her role as vice-president of marketing, Canada, for New York Stock Exchange (NYSE)-listed Red Ant Entertainment was her introduction to the public markets. She graduated from the University of Tennessee in 1988, and is a recognized as a speaker, interview host and columnist.

Ms. Weslosky has consulted with over 2,000 public companies, as such, her expertise has been earned.

"Tracy is a fantastic addition to Ciscom's board. Tracy's in-depth expertise and vast network with shareholders' engagement, capital markets, shareholders' return on investment, capital raising and performance-driven approach will further contribute to our dynamic team as we build Ciscom. Tracy will be a key resource to us all as we pursue our acquisition mandate," said Michel Pepin, Ciscom's president and chief financial officer.

The company is also announcing that Shaun Power has resigned from its board due to other professional commitments. Ciscom wishes to thank him for his contribution and insightful approach to situations, and wish him best of success in his endeavours.

About Ciscom Corp.

Ciscom is a Canadian company investing, acquiring and managing companies in the information and communications technology sector. Potential acquisition targets are entrepreneurs seeking equity or transition or not having a defined succession plan. Target companies are generally substantial small- and medium-size enterprises, and have a proven record/history of profitability.

With this approach, Ciscom enables owners/founders to crystallize their equity while remaining active in the business. Consequently, acquisitions are immediately accretive to shareholders' value.

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