SOURCE: W Technologies, Inc.
HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - Feb 11, 2014) - W Technologies, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: WTCG) (www.wtechnologies.biz) announced today that its newly-signed Joint Venture Partner, 1World Direct Ltd. of Hong Kong, has signed an Asset Purchase Agreement with 1World Direct US, Inc., a Nevada corporation.
1World Direct US, Inc. is positioned within the United States and Mexico financial services markets providing financial solutions in the form of payroll and remittance programs which are organic within the Hispanic community. The company has a unique marketing strategy dedicated to bring affordable products and programs to the millions of Hispanics who rely on such services.
Gary W. Koelsch, President of W Technologies, Inc., stated, "We continue to move forward with our subsidiary operations and with our Joint Venture Partners in opening up new opportunities and valuable streams of revenue, dedicated to bring value to our shareholders."
About W Technologies, Inc.
W Technologies, Inc.(www.wtechnologies.biz), whose stock is publicly traded under the symbol (PINKSHEETS: WTCG), is a diversified holding company with the mission to develop, manage and finance emerging companies. W Tech will be involved in the development of new social media and digital advertising technologies, on-line shopping, new environmentally-safe oil and gas recovery technologies, new clean water technologies, and financial services involving residential and commercial real estate. The Company expects to bring a paradigm shift in the use of these new technologies in the respective business sectors and to develop new methods to finance its affiliated companies. Through its subsidiaries and affiliates with their experienced personnel, W Tech will seek to grow through acquisitions, joint marketing arrangements and organic growth in emerging markets.
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