|By Business Wire||
|April 16, 2012 08:37 AM EDT||
eDoorways International Corporation (Pink Sheets: EDWY) announced today that it has retained an outside accounting firm and independent auditing firm, both very highly regarded, to immediately commence work on the Company’s audit. eDoorways has formally engaged Boisseau Felicione & Associates, Inc. to prepare its financial statements, and De Leon & Company, P.A. to serve as its independent auditor. “We’ve interviewed quite a few reputable accounting and auditing firms in recent months and after careful evaluation, we’re very pleased to be able to announce the engagement of these two outstanding companies,” stated Chris Mitchell, CFO of eDoorways. “While the Pink Sheets has provided a superb launch pad for eDoorways during a period of regrouping over the past several years, it seems clear to us that in order to make the most of the strategic opportunities with which we’re now presented, we must significantly expand the scope of our reach throughout the capital markets both here in the U.S. and abroad. This strategy is best accomplished through the type of exposure and credibility gained from being listing on a relatively prominent stock exchange, as eDoorways will soon be,” continued Mitchell.
The Company is in the process of securing legal counsel for the preparation of the S-1 filing and has received substantial offers of equity following its completion. “We are in the process of evaluating all offers and we will engage the one best situated for our company and shareholders,” concluded Mitchell.
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