March 21, 2018 – NEW YORK, New York – DarkPulse Technologies, Inc. (“DPT” or the “Company”) announces that it is weighing several offers that should lead to a detailed term sheet with a reputable publicly-traded firm allowing DPT to go public rapidly. An executed NDA prohibits release of the names or details of the pending term sheet. As was previously announced, the Company is executing an accelerated path to trading in the public market for many reasons.
The Company also executed an agreement for a subsidiary to have “boots on the ground” to enhance sales and monitor progress with installations in central Asia. A website is now operational at www.darkpulse.ru.
Dennis O’Leary, DarkPulse’s Chairman and co-CEO commented: “We have secured financing sources to go public and have been grateful to our partner, Bravatek Solutions, Inc., for assisting us also in negotiating new sales opportunities. In addition, we now have the ‘runway’ to engage in meaningful acquisition discussions with targeted firms to accelerate our growth. These are truly exciting times for DarkPulse—years in the making.”
About DarkPulse Technology Holdings Inc.
DarkPulse Technologies is a global technology provider in the business of manufacturing, selling, installing, servicing and monitoring systems, including hardware and software that detects changes in the structural health of infrastructure. Their security solutions offer 24/7 monitoring of perimeters and detection of tunneling along national borders.
For more information, visit www.DarkPulse.com
About Bravatek Solutions, Inc.
Bravatek Solutions, Inc. is a high technology security solutions portfolio provider that assists corporate entities, governments and individuals protect their organizations against both physical and cyber-attacks through its offering of the most technically-advanced, cost-effective and reliable software, tools and systems.
For more information, visit www.bravatek.com
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