Geewhiz provides a line of unique custom logo fiber optic illuminated products for the $12 billion promotional products industry. Current accounts include companies such as Continental Airlines, Red Hat Software, Lucent, numerous university and college campuses, and several well-known consumer brands. Geewhiz will operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of iVG. This B2B Promotional Products Exchange will utilize the e-commerce engine provided by iVG partner, Domain Objects, Inc., a software developer with proprietary e-business tools. This Exchange will quickly deploy Geewhiz's products and technologies across the Internet.
iVG started trading on the Nasdaq OTC: BB, July 14, 2000 as ITVI. iVG is an e-commerce development and holding company whose mission is to identify, acquire and develop early stage businesses that have the potential to become profitable market leaders. IVG's strategy is to assist its portfolio companies to leverage their core businesses by providing access to e-commerce enabling technologies, Internet management and financial guidance, business model creation and implementation, and access to equity sources. The Company will provide iVG shareholders with a one stock investment in a diversified basket of early stage click and mortar, B2B and B2C e-commerce companies while providing portfolio companies access to the publicly traded securities of iVG. iVG's business model is to create long-term value in iVG securities through the ownership and appreciation of stock in profitable e-commerce portfolio companies that are developed, operated and positioned for initial public offerings by iVG.
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SOURCE: Internet Venture Group