Posted by on Nov 13, 2013 in Startup, Uncategorized, World Wide Web | 0 comments

It has almost been a year since I’ve done a blog post and months since I’ve posted on Vogogo’s blog. Why? In July of this year Redfall Technologies received a $1,000,000 commitment from AVAC to continue to execute it’s business strategy. Then in September Redfall announced it was going public on the Toronto Venture Exchange through a Capital Pool Corporation (CPC) merger. Since the beginning of this year there has been significant work done by a lot of people to make this happen, all while keeping Vogogo running smoothly and continuing to grow.

With all of this I’ve made the decision not continue on as a director of the new public company once the merger is complete. Something Stock Watch pointed out:

The company’s three largest shareholders, each with 27.2 per cent of Redfall’s outstanding shares, are Geoff Gordon, Stan Carney and a privately held company called Say Marketing and Consulting Ltd. […] Mr. Carney, currently chief technology officer of Redfall, will have a smaller role, without a directorship. According to his blog, he is an “idea developer” who once specialized in online payment systems, but, “Now I pretty much do anything I want.”

It is awesome they read my blog but the “Now I pretty much do anything I want” didn’t really come across quite how I intended (who knew). Hopefully once the merger is complete I can get back into the swing of things with regular posts again.

I also need to clarify the “About Me” section :).