Sitestar Corporation (OTCQB: SYTE) (“Sitestar” or the “Company”) announced today that its name change to Enterprise Diversified, Inc., previously approved by the Company’s shareholders and board of directors, became effective today. The name change more accurately reflects the culture of the company, as well as its growing and diverse business activities.
Effective immediately, the Company also executed a 1-for-125 reverse stock split of its common stock. Any fractional shares of common stock were rounded up to the next full share.
As a result of the reverse stock split, the Company will trade under the new symbol SYTED for the next 20 days. The “D” will be removed in 20 business days, and the symbol will then revert to SYTE.
Commenting on the matter, Enterprise Diversified CEO Steven Kiel stated, “Since the management change in 2015, our company has undergone a transformation. While our internet subsidiary will retain the Sitestar name, our new corporate name highlights that our future will be different than our past. Our approach is opportunistic and our operations diversified among our asset management, real estate, internet, and home services subsidiaries.
“ENDI represents the hard work and entrepreneurial spirit of our employees and partners. We centralize capital allocation decisions at the corporate level and provide support to our operators at our business units: Asset Management, Real Estate, Home Services and Internet.
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“I am grateful for the support of our shareholders over the past two and a half years. Our directors, employees, partners, and I will continue to do everything we can to increase shareholder value over the long term.”
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