MAULDIN, S.C., June 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Xcelerate, Inc. (OTC Pink Sheets: “XCRT”) today announced it has retained BF Borgers CPA PC as the company’s independent accountant to audit its financial statements for years ending December 31, 2019 and 2020. The retention of the auditing firm is another step in the company’s plan to bring value to its shareholders, said Xcelerate’s CEO Michael O’Shea.
“Management has been diligently reviewing potential acquisition candidates over the past month,” said O’Shea. “While we have no definitive agreement to acquire a company at this time, we remain optimistic that our efforts will be successful in the near future.” Mr. O’Shea then cautioned “Nothing is done until it is done. This is a long process and involves a significant amount of work. Ideally, once we acquire an existing business, we will attempt to raise sufficient funds to insure the business is properly capitalized. We then plan on filing a registration statement with the SEC and thereafter, uplisting to OTCQB or QX, with the ultimate goal of uplisting to a national exchange. Hopefully, our recent relationship with a nationally-recognized investment banker will assist in this plan; their last three transactions resulted in uplistings to NASDAQ. As always, we intend to keep the investing public fully informed about all important Company developments as events warrant.”
Xcelerate is a company seeking innovative acquisitions within the patent/engineering world and focused on joining early-stage medical technology companies in a setting that is a controlled clinical care where these new developments can be trailed, tested, and applied.
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