NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jun 21, 2016) - Global Arena Holding, Inc. (
Mr. John Matthews, CEO of Global Arena Holding, Inc., said, "To their credit, the management of GES works really hard to continuously add new clients to its portfolio. What makes this particular piece of new business so exciting however, is the size, location, and most important, the expansion opportunity offered to both GES and Global Arena Holding. We will explore the possibilities that emerge from this election; assisting GES with leveraging the relationships and technologies that are introduced during the process."
Management indicated, the primary excitement around GES running an election for a prominent Hawaiian union is not simply due to an increase in revenue, but the strategic business relationship likely to develop with a well-known industry vendor. Should all go well, GES will have a unique opportunity to rapidly advance its business strategy and further develop the scope of its product and service offering.
Mr. Matthews concluded, "As I've mentioned in the past, we are truly enthusiastic about our future and can say once again, with a fair amount of confidence, we will far surpass our 2015 achievements."
About Global Arena Holding
The Company trades on the OTC Pink Sheets under the ticker symbol GAHC. The Company has been publicly traded since 2011 and holds a number of interests, including Global Elections Services, Inc., GAHI Acquisition Corp and Blockchain Technologies Corporation Inc. The Company focuses on acquiring technologies, patents and companies having the ability to leverage the blockchain crypto technology.
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