Sharkreach Inc (OTCMKTS:SHRK) has announced that it plans to grow quickly, with a focus on increased revenues, through some short term plans, which the management has stated are on track. The update on the matter was received through a series of interviews of company officials and reports from the company.
SHRK is considered to be a millennial influence marketing company and recently decided to go public. Steve Smith, the CEO and founder of Sharkreach, stated that the company’s core business is influencer relationships. He also highlighted the fact that new talent, despite having audiences on various platforms, is neglected by media companies. The CEO further affirmed that SHRK wants to focus on this new generation of audiences. He also stated that the talent has a greater role in the long-term success of his company, which sets them apart from conventional media companies.
However, the ambitions of Smith do not end there, as the CEO revealed that he intends to make the company the largest and most complete company in the industry. His plans involve acquiring social-media companies to not only boost business, but the overall value of his company as well. Added to this, the CEO believes that such an acquisition would make Sharkreach the hub of the wheel. However, currently the company lacks the funds necessary to make this happen. As such, the CEO is looking to partner with media companies that have talent, ideas and do things differently. This would allow the partners to work on a shared ideology, under one roof.
Sharkreach has already caught public attention, which is evident from the fact that Steve Smith was recently interviewed by SmallCapVoice.com. The CEO was asked various questions about the exciting story of his company, its ideology and what it intends to do. One of the greatest achievements for the company was its project with Universal Pictures on the release of “Straight Outta Compton”, which turned out to be a huge success.
Sharkreach Inc (OTCMKTS:SHRK) experienced a trade volume of 34,992 and gained 1.33%, during the April 4 trading session, to reach a close at $0.190.