CEO Clips joins CNSX Markets Inc. Service Providers
August 13, 2012
CNSX Markets Inc. (CNSX Markets), the operator of the Canadian National Stock Exchange (CNSX) announced that the CEO Clips corporate video service has joined CNSX’s community of service providers.
CEO Clips is a series of business profiles on publicly traded companies. These 90-second videos are broadcast on national TV and distributed online on top financial portals for maximum exposure to a targeted retail investor audience including BNN.ca, MSN Money, Thomson Reuters, Stockhouse.com, Rogers’ Capitalmagazine.ca, Stocktwits, and more.
Taylor Thoen, President of CEO Clips parent company BTV - Business Television said, “One of the top three things investors look at before investing in a company is the management. CEO Clips allow investors to meet the CEO of a company in 90 seconds, and we are happy to offer this service to CNSX listed companies.”
CNSX service providers are experienced and professional firms from a variety of sectors that cater to the needs of public companies. Services, ranging from news wires to filing services, investor relations to stock holder research, are offered at special rates for CNSX listed companies. “We are pleased to have a company of CEO Clips’ caliber join our roster of service providers”, stated Robert Cook, President of CNSX Markets. “This addition brings our total offerings to 23 providers that can assist our listed companies with almost every facet of their relationships with the capital markets.”
For more information on CEO Clips contact: email@example.com
A complete list of CNSX service providers can be found in the Service Directory at: www.cnsx.ca
About CNSX Markets:
CNSX Markets Inc. is a Canadian company established in 2001 that operates the Canadian National Stock Exchange (“CNSX”). The company was recognized by the Ontario Securities Commission as a stock exchange in 2004. In 2011, trading volume increased by 45% over the previous year while the number of listings grew for the 8th consecutive year, ranking CNSX in the top quartile of over 120 markets participating in the World Federation of Exchanges.