CARSON CITY, NV--(Marketwired - Feb 9, 2017) - DIBZ International, Inc. "DIBZ" (OTC PINK: DIBZ) will be a featured guest in an exclusive interview today at 9am EST.
The interview will be held on February 9, 2017 at 9:00 am EST. An archived recorded version can be found on the homepage of StockTradersTalk at www.stocktraderstalk.com, following the interview.
This interview will discuss the breadth and depth of business activities of DIBZ dba TURBO GLOBAL PARTNERS, Inc. including its business model which DIBZ CEO states, "is the Berkshire Hathaway of Small Cap Companies." Other interview topics include DIBZ management and Board of Directors, as well as future directions of the company.
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About DIBZ International, Inc. dba Turbo Global Partners, Inc.
Turbo Global Partners (http://www.TurboGlobalPartners.com) is a publicly traded OTC company under the symbol, DIBZ. Turbo Global Partners completed a Reverse Merger with DIBZ June 2, 2016, and is a diversified investment management company reporting the earnings of its acquisitions, strategic partnerships and other interests it hold. Turbo's businesses span Sports and Gaming, Non Profits, Financial, Media and Licensing Services, International, Pharmacies and Automotive. Turbo Global Partners is headquartered in Carson City, Nevada and has offices in Tampa, Florida and Los Angeles, California.
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