Diversified Global Holdings Group, Inc. (OTCQB: DGHG) announced today that it has signed a Letter of Intent with Miralab LLC. The acquisition of this Russian technology company would benefit Diversified Global Holdings Group's portfolio with entry into this year's hottest IPO sector.
Under the terms of the exclusive Letter of Intent, DGHG will negotiate the purchase of 51% of Miralab's outstanding equity within the next three months. The RBS Corporation, a leading internet technology company with over 8 million users, recently acquired a 30% stake in Miralab.
Financial predictions by FINAM, a leading investment company, indicate that in the next five years Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and Social Media Marketing (SMM) will grow 400% and 800%, respectively. "We intend to quickly expand into the Social Media Marketing sector," explained Richard Lloyd, CEO of Diversified Global Holdings Group. "After seeing the results of LinkedIn and Yandex, we expect great things to come from this technology venture."
About Miralab, LLC
Miralab (miralab.ru) was founded in 2008 under the name Promium.ru and is an internet marketing company headquartered in Moscow. Miralab provides SEO, SEM, SMM and web analytics and was ranked one of the top 15 SEO companies in Russia by SeoNews.
About Diversified Global Holdings Group, Inc.
Diversified Global Holdings Group (OTCQB: DGHG) is a rapidly growing holdings company with strong subsidiaries worldwide. Since inception DGHG (dghold.com) has completed 11 acquisitions and proven its M&A strategy. DGHG intends to continue its expansion in emerging markets by leveraging its 5 divisions into 12 major market sectors.
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