PVT Engages with ITB Solutions to Enter Canadian Stock Exchange

Photo Violation Technologies Corp. (PVT), a leader in technologically innovative parking solutions, is extremely excited to announce it has enlisted the services of In the Black (ITB) Solutions in PVTs pursuit of becoming a publicly traded company.
Through the experience and guidance of ITB Solutions, PVT hopes to make a quick and efficient transition towards listing on the CNQ - Canadas New Stock Exchange.

ITB will assist PVT in preparing financial documentations, official paperwork for the CNQ listing, as well as develop a more user-friendly web portal for investor relations. With ITBs assistance, PVT can be sure they will make the most of their public listing once they are officially listed on the CNQ.

CNQ is a stock exchange designed for startup companies. It reduces the high cost and large capital requirements that often creates barriers to trading for many junior companies. CNQ offers an enhanced reporting requirement that alleviates the burden for companies, yet requires an extremely high standard of disclosure to protect investors. The CNQ is recognized by the Ontario
Securities Commission (OSC) as a stock exchange and is subject to OSC regulatory requirements. The CNQ allows immediate execution of trade once the company is listed.

With their expertise and previous experience in successfully bringing companies onto the CNQ, we feel ITB Solutions can help us [PVT] make an impact on the stock market, said PVT President & CEO Fred Mitschele. It feels really great to be finally working with great people like the guys at ITB.

Photo Violation Technologies Corp.

Photo Violation Technologies Corp. is a private Canadian corporation, with subsidiaries in Europe and Asia that has developed a patented, technologically innovative parking meter system - the PhotoViolationMeter. Photo Violation Technologies Corp. has successfully forged relationships
with Fortune 500 companies and global suppliers such as IBM, Cisco, and Honeywell. These relationships ensure the future success of Photo Violation Technologies Corp. on a global scale.

Photo Violation Technologies Corp. is proud to be working with these partners to develop the most TM Revolutionizing the Parking Industry by sophisticated parking system. Together we are TM TMPerfecting How People Park through the PhotoViolationMeter solution. Visit our website for more details on our company.

ITB Solutions

ITB Solutions provides marketing and listing development services to CNQ - Canadas New Stock Exchange. They assist companies with the listing application and process to become publicly tradable on CNQ, as well as advice on how to make the most of a public listing. ITB also assist the exchange in marketing to potential public companies worldwide. For more information, please visit, or contact Peter Traynor at peter@itbsolutions.ca. their website at www.itbsolutions.ca

Canadas New Stock Exchange

Canadas New Stock Exchange is an innovative new stock exchange for trading the equity securities of emerging companies. CNQs unique market model matches enhanced disclosure and streamlined issuer regulation with leading edge technology and comprehensive regulatory oversight to meet the needs and characteristics of emerging companies, their investors and investment

For more information, visit our website www.photoviolation.com

Fred Mitschele
President & CEO
(604) 628-8694 Tel


Jayson Lee
Corporate Communications Manager
(604) 628-8694 Tel

Photo Violation Technologies
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