After a long journey in which no efforts were spared, China’s online-to-offline integrated social media operator, Moxian, Inc. (NASDAQ: MOXC), was officially uplisted earlier this month when its common stock began trading on the Nasdaq Capital Market. To mark this moment, the company’s management traveled to New York City to ring the Nasdaq Trade opening bell last Wednesday, on November 23.
The event at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square was attended by CEO and Chairman James Tan and Executive Director Hao Qing Hu. The pair rang the trade opening bell at 9:30 a.m. ET to mark the beginning of the Wednesday stock market trading session and also in honor of their company’s recent Nasdaq uplisting. Tan said he and his team were very honored by this achievement, as it reflects the hard work of everyone at his company in their efforts to get investors’ attention and increase shareholder and corporate value.
Founded in 2013, the company began preparing for the Nasdaq uplist earlier this year with two U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission filings required for this upgrade: a securities registration statement and a reverse stock split. The Chinese company had been trading on the OTCQB Venture Marketplace since 2014. To further help with the company’s efforts, Tan put together a strong team with more than 100 years of combined experience in various industries and technologies. The company’s management team has experience with both public and private companies in Asia and the U.S., while Tan himself is a highly-experienced manager who has occupied executive positions with various public companies, including Pacific Internet, Ltd., a formerly NASDAQ-listed company.
Moxian markets an O2O integrated platform operator that primarily targets small- and medium-sized enterprises to help them connect with customers and prospects. The social commerce platform integrates social media features, gamification and entertainment, as well as business intelligence capabilities, being built around the company’s proprietary Social Customer Relationship Management tool. The Social CRM was created with the purpose of improving interaction between businesses and consumers by enabling merchants to run targeted advertising and marketing campaigns.
Merchants can gather and analyze relevant behavior data about their customers via the Moxian+ Business app, with the goal of understanding their audiences better and offering every user group a more personalized experience. The user information is gathered via the Moxian+ User app, dedicated exclusively to shoppers. This app includes a game center, a rewards redemption center and social media networking capabilities. It can further make personalized shopping recommendations based on geolocation and a user’s saved preferences. Both apps are available for Android and iOS devices.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Moxian.com
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