Cheyenne, Wyoming, Feb. 23, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Cheyenne, Wyoming - February 23, 2016 – Today, MedX Holdings, Inc. (MEDH –OTC Pink) announced the name of Cantor Group was officially changed to MedX Holdings, Inc. with the new stock symbol MEDH. MEDH has a brand new website (www.medxholdings.com), filed the annual report and now has all the legal documents in place to support our acquisition process known as Collaborative Profit.
Kathleen Roberton, CEO, commented, “We have been working diligently to get MEDH set up as a holding company while staying focused on our Wearable Technology Heat division. We are now in the position to acquire a vast number of businesses that serve the medical sector.”
MEDH recognizes the challenges that all private companies face including raising capital, lowering taxes, growth and exit strategies. MEDH steps in with a new business model called Collaborative Profit. MEDH provides a tax free exchange which allows a private business to capitalize on the benefits of a public company without losing management control of their business. Ms. Roberton stated, “Collaborative Profit removes all of the pitfalls surrounding mergers and acquisitions while adding true benefit for the shareholders and our acquisition partners.”
About MedX Holdings, Inc.:
MedX Holdings Inc. uses a unique business strategy known as Collaborative Profit to attract businesses in the medical sector. MedX Holdings will focus on acquisitions of undervalued, niche companies with high growth potential and revenue producing businesses. MedX Holdings provides an innovative business model that enables businesses to capitalize on the benefits of a public company without losing management control.
For more information about MedX, call (877) 225-0243 or by visiting our web site www.medxholdings.com.
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