NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- SoOum Corp (OTCPINK:SOUMD) (OTCPINK:SOUM) is pleased to announce the formation of an advisory board to work closely with the current management team to implement the Company's global business strategy, as well as identify opportunities for growth. Other additions outside of the Advisory board bring administrative and accounting expertise as well.
The Board of Advisors will be made up of pre-existing team members and new members. The new Advisory board will provide leadership and consultation with respect to the company's marketing & corporate strategy, and global business development.
Initial appointments to the Advisory Board are: Steve Messina, David Evans, Buck Vaughan and John Hartley.
Additionally, other recently added team members include Barry Brault - Controller, and Marie Carroll - administrative assistant to the CEO, Will Westbrook.
The newly formed management team is effective immediately, and will be working closely together to create and execute a comprehensive business plan for 2018. The company said its management team has never been this strong, and is confident in the talents and expertise of each individual working collectively towards the same goal, the pursuit of minimizing scarcity across the globe.
About SoOum Corp
SoOum Corp is a publicly held (OTCPINK:SOUMD) (OTCPINK:SOUM) Physical Commodities International Trading firm. Specializing in arbitrage based transactions of Physical Commodities, as well as offering a web based International Trading Platform. www.sooum.com
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