ID Global Corporation Announces First Member of its New Advisory Board

IDGC announces Notice of Special Meeting of Shareholders January 16, 2020 1pm PST

SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 16, 2019 / ID Global Corporation (IDGC) (OTC PINK:IDGC) (the “Company” or “IDGC”), a diversified holdings company, is pleased to announce the first member of its new advisory board Mr. Simon Flack, as well as Notice of a Special Meeting of Shareholders January 16, 2020 at the company headquarters in San Diego, CA. (More details can be found at

Mr. Dalsey, Chairman and CEO, states. “Forward-looking companies use advisory boards to bring fresh perspectives on strategy, economic trends, and specific geographic markets-as well as alerting statutory boards to issues that may not be on their radar and Simon Flack is the first of many high quality personnel that IDGC continues to attract.”


Simon Flack brings 20 years of international experience in engineering, technology leadership, software architecture, strategy and entrepreneurship. For the past 4 years he has focused on the digital and energy infrastructures of smart cities working currently as the project lead and business developer for smart energy at a Norwegian power company and previously as the CDO of the engineering department for the city of Bodø, Norway. While working for the city of Bodø he led various smart city projects including designing IoT architectures and digital planning tools. Simon is currently working on delivering Microgrid As A Service solutions for near Zero Emission Buildings (nZEB) and Zero Emission Neighborhoods (ZEN). Having worked on large scale smart city infrastructure and hyperscale datacenter projects, Simon has experience raising capital from world leading financial institutions and investment groups. Simon’s strength is in his ability to leverage his diverse backgrounds in engineering, physics, information technology and entrepreneurship to bridge the gap between various project stakeholders and to be actively involved in smart city projects from financing to implementation.


Their patented ‘software as a service’ (SaaS) solutions empowers stakeholder communities to make smart grid a reality by reducing energy and water usage, optimizing performance of renewable energy systems, and reducing the carbon footprint for its customers across commercial/retail, industrial, government, education, and utility sectors, including cannabis industry.

Customers see an immediate reduction in energy costs and pay for the service over a 5 or 10-year contract. After the contract period, the customers own their equipment outright while maintaining annual subscription for the monitoring.

About ID Global Corp

ID GLOBAL CORP is a publicly traded (OTC: IDGC) diversified holdings company that has strategic investments and is focusing on acquisitions in the Smart City (IoT) 4.0 industry. Structured as partnership subsidiaries, IDGC enables the growth and development of the acquired businesses with the goal of maximizing their value prior to an exchange listed spinoff. IDGC is looking to consolidate and roll-up the highly fragmented new IoT applications and 4.0 industries which enable Smart City development.

Disclosures: IDGC and its subsidiaries and direct coventurers, respectively and collectively seek safe-harbor in accordance with the provisions of the Private Securities Reform Act of 1995 for certain forward-looking statements made by any of them in this announcement, as the same is defined in Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. A forward-looking statement is defined as a statement that cannot sustain itself as merely a historical fact. A forward-looking statement predicts, projects, or uses future events as expectations or possibilities. These statements can often be misleading, as they can be mistaken for factual statements, while the issuers are, in fact, speculating. Title 15 Section 78u-5 of the United States Code defines a forward-looking statement as including overly optimistic views as to a company’s future economic performance, such as revenues or income, plans for future operations, or use of a report written by an outside reviewer. Certain terms or phrases indicate the use by an issuer of forward-looking statements, such as any tense from present to future or similar inflection of words comparable to “believe”, “estimate”, “anticipate”, “plan”, “predict”, “may”, “hope”, “can”, “will”, “should”, “expect”, “intend”, “is designed to”, “with the intent”, “potential”, the negative of these words or such other variations thereon or comparable terminology, may indicate forward-looking statements; however, the absence of these terms or phrases does not mean that a statement is not forward-looking.


Jules Adrian Dalsey

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