TORONTO, September 6, 2018 -- Andiamo Corp. (OTC.PK: ANDI), together with its wholly-owned subsidiary, Utopya Innovations Corp. ("Utopya" or “Company”), announces today that Mike Starkweather has stepped down and tendered his resignation as the President and CEO of Andiamo Corp. In addition to playing an instrumental role in moving the company forward, Mr. Starkweather was responsible for laying the foundation of many of the Company’s current relations. He was unrelenting in his efforts to push the Company toward success and was able to establish strong business connections along the way. Through his experience and guidance, the team at Utopya has gained a considerable amount of knowledge and insight. We wish Mike all the best in his future endeavors.
In light of this development, Utopya announces that its legal counsel, Donald R. Keer, Esq., is appointed interim CEO of Andiamo Corp. Mr. Keer has a unique and extensive background in both public and private markets. He is a licensed attorney with a diverse educational background including a BS in Chemical Engineering and an MBA in Finance and Operations.
Mr. Keer is an accomplished businessman, having owned and operated his own capital equipment and service company. He also has extensive experience in other facets, such as mergers and acquisitions, analysis and company integration, organizational evaluation, start-up consulting, strategic planning, Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, and evaluation of financial reports.
Regarding his outlook as the new leader of the Utopya team, Mr. Keer stated, “I appreciate the foundation that Mike has created and I look forward to working with the Andiamo and Utopya team to complete the Company’s vision. We will continue to work diligently to fulfill our mission of bringing consumer electronics, mobile devices, smartphones, and software to untapped markets around the globe.”
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