November 28, 2018
Investor News


TORONTO, Nov. 28, 2018 – Nerds On Site Inc. (the “Company”) (CSE:NERD), a mobile IT solutions company servicing the SME marketplace, is pleased to announce that after successfully closing the IPO on Monday Nov 26, 2018, Company’s shares commenced trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE) as of market opening this morning.

“This is a major milestone for the company but also a first step in a series of planned steps in growing the size and foot print of Nerds On Site in Canada and United States”, says Charlie Regan, CEO.

With a lean and scalable business model which does not require the traditional “brick and mortar” approach, the Company is well-positioned to quickly penetrate the highly fragmented IT service marketplace in the U.S., valued at over $360 billion USD annually.

Nerds On Site is primarily targeting the small and medium-sized business marketplace, which currently does not have a clear national leader in the U.S. Even though there are many good regional players, there is a strong opportunity for an organization to step in and claim ownership of the SME space on a truly national level. Nerds On Site has achieved this in Canada and intends to replicate its success in the U.S. as well.

For further information: please visit, call 1-877-778-2335, email, or contact Eugene Konarev 416-562-6030.

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