HENDERSON, NV--(Marketwired - Jan 23, 2017) - mCig Inc. (
"We are announcing to our shareholders that we have reduced our shares of common stock outstanding by 5 million shares," stated Michael Hawkins, CFO of MCIG. "Building value for shareholders in a public company requires not only success in establishing a strong business and revenue model, but also maintaining the financial integrity that comes from prudently managing the stock capital structure of the company. During our review we were able to identify and negotiate terms of service that led to the cancellation of prior stock issuances."
"We made a firm commitment to our employees, partners and shareholders that we would focus on executing our business plan with the guiding principle of enhancing shareholder value through profitable revenue growth and diligent oversight of our capital structure," added Paul Rosenberg, CEO of MCIG. "We will continue to evaluate our stock capital structure to increase shareholder value. It is our team's primary objective to add value to current and future shareholders through actions reflecting appropriate fiduciary responsibility," concluded Rosenberg.
In a separate matter, MCIG received a proposal from several shareholders to create a new series of Preferred B Stock to convert their common shares with a 24 month lock-up agreement. MCIG is happy to see that multiple shareholders believe in the MCIG management team and its implemented business strategies, and are prepared to invest in MCIG on a long term basis. MCIG's board of directors is analyzing the proposal, and if the board of directors concurs with shareholder group, the capital structure of the company will be substantially improved. The Company will update our shareholders on the board of directors' decision and the outcome of the transaction.
About mCig, Inc.
Headquartered in Henderson, Nevada, mCig Inc. (
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