New York, NY, November 23, 2022 – Livento Group, Inc. (OTC Pink: NUGN), a dynamic group that specializes in acquiring and developing companies with disruptive business models in film, content, and technology for fund managers, announced today it is exploring acquisition with a Software Engineering Company focused on AI and Robotics based in Greece and Tunisia with mother company in Netherlands.
“We are proceeding with the due diligence of the full acquisition of this company. This company specializes in Software development and AI robotics engineering with various applications for the last five years. The Company has growth of 50% on a year-to-year base and seeks an active partner to further expand to new markets,” commented David Stybr, Livento Group CEO. “We are in the process of completing due diligence and target to finalize the transaction before the end of 2022.”
The company has a team of eight engineers that are delivering services and products to various customers in Europe, with revenue orders over USD 400,000 for 2023 and a positive EBITDA in 2022 that is fully sustainable acquisition with Livento would bring potential to reach US market clients and get more marketing opportunities for its current services and products.
Livento’s interest in the company is as well to use their knowledge and resources to strengthen Elisee program, increase its stability and robustness as well as trade and signal automation.
More details about company products and services will be announced once the due-diligence process is completed and Livento will be preparing definitive agreements.
About Livento Group
Livento Group (OTC Pink: NUGN) is focused on acquiring and developing companies with disruptive business models. The company recently launched BOXO Productions, a film and television production subsidiary led by a top actor and producers in the industry. For more information, visit www.liventogroup.com and www.boxoproductions.com.
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David Štýbr, CEO
Livento Group, Inc.