General Finance and Development is offering space in a new Creative Business Center – NE Minneapolis in the historic VanBuren Building.
The Creative Business Center is 3,000 sq. ft. of office space with 15 workstations, file cabinets, conference rooms, WIFI and other optional business services including venture financing based on qualification.
Availability is for 1 or 2 companies. The office space is fully furnished and ready for immediate occupancy. Link to more information
12 Mar 2017
General Finance and Development, Inc. (OTC Markets: GFDV) announced today new initiatives for 2017.
The company is continuing to seek merger-acquisition opportunities and will be more active during 2017. During the 1st quarter of 2017 GFD will continue to purchase shares of its common stock in public and private transactions. Read news release containing more information.
07 Feb 2017
February 15, 2017 — General Finance and Development, Inc. (OTC Markets: GFDV) announced
today the 2016 year end report has been posted at the company website.
13 Oct 2016
MINNEAPOLIS, MN (PRWEB) OCTOBER 12, 2016
Art Force announced today a new program that puts art education, artist empowerment and charitable contributions front and center in the Greater Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Art Force, located in the #1 nationally ranked Northeast Minneapolis Arts District, is calling the program Art Force MSP for its focus on strengthening the creative economy in the Twin Cities and the State of Minnesota. By providing free education, resources and opportunities to critical groups within arts and charity communities, the program is designed to benefit Art Force’s community of artists, clients and charitable organizations around the state. (Read Entire Release)
26 Aug 2016
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., August 26, 2016 / — William Kieger, CEO of General Finance and Development (OTC Markets: GFDV) announced today that the quarterly and annual shareholder reports, for at least the time being, will not be posted at OTC Markets. The accompanying news service will also be discontinued.
Instead the company will be posting the reports and news at its website www.genfd.com.
Art Force, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Finance and Development, Inc., announced today that since the launch of Art Force Academy on April 18 of this year there are now more than 4,700 enrolled. (Read Complete News Release).
General Finance and Development, Inc. (OTC Markets: GFDV) announced today that the company will continue to purchase outstanding shares of its common stock. The program implemented during the 2nd quarter of 2016 initially was for shareholders holding fewer than 100 shares. (Read entire release).
24 Mar 2016
MINNEAPOLIS, MN (PRWEB) MARCH 24, 2016
Corporate Art Force LLC (dba Art Force) just launched Art Force Academy, a new online learning community that offers resource libraries, webinars, white papers, lectures and much more for continuing education in the commercial artwork services industry.
Open enrollment for Art Force Academy begins now and the program will go live Monday April 18, 2016.
General Finance and Development, Inc. (OTC Markets: GFDV) announced today year end results for 2015.
The highlights are summarized below. However, we urge investors to read our reports posted at www.genfd.com and www.otcmarkets.com. The limited information that follows in this press release is not adequate for making an informed investment judgment.
The highlights for the year end 2015 include:
Several milestones for the development of a national distribution model for Art Force including.
- Website data-base and project room tools.
- Strategic SEO and website content.
- Addition of key marketing staff.
- Additional space for the purpose of expansion.
Corporate Art Force LLC (dba Art Force) and The Creative Center at University Settlement (dba The Creative Center) have launched a unique partnership featuring the artwork of people who know healthcare best: professional artists living with illness. Using a social enterprise model, the partnership makes a compelling collection of artwork created by artists with illness available for purchase to hospitals, healthcare facilities, corporations and individuals, while supporting the Creative Center’s program to promote healing and growth through art. [Read complete release]