DALLAS, March 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nevis Capital Corporation (OTC Markets Symbol: OCEE), a Holding Company, is pleased to announce that it is looking to expand into other fields including the cannabis and liquor industries. Management believes that these additional sectors of concentration fit perfectly with the original holdings which are focused on significant revenue generators such as oil and gas and online gaming.
From this point onward, Nevis Capital Corporation will look to explore business opportunities that will enhance the shareholder's value. Additional online gaming, cannabis and liquor companies will be on the company's shopping list and investors should expect timely updates once deals are finalized.
In the next two weeks, Nevis Capital Corporation expects to meet with numerous cannabis companies to finish a screening process for prospective investments which began last week. The decision to focus on the cannabis sector was motivated by the influx of cannabis projects and proposals which were submitted to our company by cannabis entrepreneurs. The Medical and Recreational Marijuana industries have received unprecedented attention from investors and international media in recent months due to legalization in Colorado, California and the State of Washington.
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