NetworkNewsBreaks – Sharing Services Inc. (SHRG) Advancing Global Expansion Strategy

Sharing Services Global Corporation (OTCQB: SHRG), a diversified holdings company that owns, operates or controls an interest in an array of companies specializing in the direct-selling industry, is advancing its global expansion strategy. An article discussing the results reads, “‘We are pleased to have our trading symbol changed to better reflect our new name, which more closely aligns with our mission to expand globally,’ Sharing Services CEO John ‘JT’ Thatch stated in a news release (http://nnw.fm/5OYYl). At the time, company leaders shared a strategic plan to grow the business both organically and through acquisitions inside or outside the United States, noting that they saw excellent growth opportunities in Canada, Mexico, Europe and Asia. . . . ‘Shortly afterward, the company, through wholly owned subsidiary Elepreneur LLC, announced plans to hold its first event in Canada since detailing its global expansion strategy (http://nnw.fm/v2a5Y). The meeting was held in Ottawa, Ontario, May 3–4. ‘We are pleased to enter the Canadian market and share our great products while continuing to create our Blue Ocean Strategy in other countries outside the U.S.,’ added Thatch. ‘This is a very exciting time for our company and its great team of Elepreneurs.’”

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About Sharing Services Global Corporation

Sharing Services Global, formerly Sharing Services Inc., is a diversified holding company that is publicly traded and dedicated to maximizing shareholder value through the acquisition and development of innovative companies, products and technologies in the direct-selling industry. The Sharing Services combined platform leverages the capabilities and expertise of various companies that market and sell products direct to the consumer through independent contractors. Two of its primary divisions include Elevacity Global LLC, a product-sourcing and supply company, and Elepreneur LLC, a sales and marketing company based on utilization of independent contractors as the sales force. For more information, visit the company’s websites at www.SHRGinc.comwww.Elevacity.com or www.Elepreneur.com.

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