TORONTO, ON / November 16, 2021 / PowerBand Solutions Inc. (TSXV:PBX)(OTCQB:PWWBF) (“PowerBand” “PBX“ or the “Company“), a comprehensive e-commerce solution transforming the online experience to sell, trade, lease, and finance vehicles will release its 2022 outlook on November 30, 2021 and will host a Q&A session sponsored by Desjardins Capital Markets on December 1, 2021 at 11AM EST. The event will be open to Institutional Investors and will be subsequently posted to the Company’s website for all investors.
Institutional Investors can register for the event by sending the organization’s name, attendee’s names and attendee’s email addresses to the event coordinator, Angela Di Pede from Desjardins Capital Markets at firstname.lastname@example.org. Investors will receive a formal invite for the event from Desjardins Capital Markets. The event will be a virtual format and will include Senior Management, as well as business unit leaders.
Kelly Jennings, CEO added: “We are excited to release our strategic vision and outlook for 2022 to the market which will for the first time include projections for DrivrzXchange and DrivrzLane. We believe 2022 will be the inflection point for the Company as all three units contribute and drive synergies to accelerate growth”.
About PowerBand Solutions, Inc.
PowerBand Solutions Inc., listed on the TSX Venture Exchange and the OTCQB markets, is a fintech provider disrupting the automotive industry. PowerBand’s integrated, cloud-based transaction platform facilitates transactions amongst consumers, dealers, funders, and manufacturers (OEMs). It enables them to buy, sell, trade, finance, and lease new and used, electric and non-electric vehicles, on any phone, tablet or PC connected to the internet. PowerBand’s transaction platform – being trademarked under DRIVRZ™ – is being made available across North American and global markets.
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