TORONTO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Facedrive Inc. (“Facedrive”) (TSXV: FD), reports that, as required by the Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada (IIROC), Facedrive is clarifying and supplementing certain disclosure in the news release dated May 14, 2020 regarding the entering into of a binding term sheet with Foodora Inc. (“Foodora Canada”) whereby Facedrive would purchase certain assets of Foodora Canada (the “Proposed Transaction”). In particular, Facedrive is clarifying that it does not anticipate having to raise additional funds in order to complete the Proposed Transaction.
Facedrive is a “people-and-planet first” ridesharing platform, and the first to offer green transportation solutions in this space. Facedrive is committed to doing business fairly, equitably and sustainably, with a firm dedication not only to seamless customer service that offsets CO2 by planting thousands of trees and gives riders a choice between EVs, hybrids and conventional vehicles, but also to its drivers. Facedrive is a community platform designed to become the #1 recognized eco-friendly and socially responsible TaaS platform in any market that it enters. Facedrive is changing the ride-sharing narrative for the better, for everyone.
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