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Ziyen Inc. acquires stake in leading Iraq News Agency

BAGHDAD, Iraq, Jan. 12, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ziyen Inc., a US business intelligence and software company, announced it has acquired a stake in Iraq TradeLink, a leading news agency based in Baghdad.

The stock purchase by Ziyen Inc. for 10% stake in Iraq TradeLink News Agency fits into the company’s strategy to establish a presence in Iraq, and the partnership agreement reached between the two companies to cooperate in the fields of media, news and advertisement.  The agreement was signed by the Editor in Chief of the Iraq TradeLink News Agency, Mr. Mohammed Jaffar Dawood, and Alastair Caithness, the CEO of Ziyen.  As part of the agreement Mr. Dawood was elected a member of the board of directors of Ziyen.

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Ziyen Inc featured in Yahoo Finance

Our recent announcement about our qualification by the SEC under Regulation A+ has been featured in Yahoo Finance, Market Watch and over 210 international publications.


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Ziyen is qualified by the SEC under Regulation A+

Ziyen Inc are proud to announce that they have been qualified by the SEC on the 25th of October 2016 under Tier 1 of Regulation A+.

Ziyen is a company set up to develop cutting edge business intelligence software.  Our Mission Statement is to deliver companies new clients, contracts and company growth by utilizing our software to enhance client’s sales operations.

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Ziyen Inc Qualification on SEC website

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Baghdad International Fair – Session 43 , 2016

Ziyen is a featured company at the Middle East Electricity Exhibition 2016, Dubai, UAE.

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