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Planet America Inc.

Our mobile shopping mall let's you shop on-the-go, save money, avoid traffic jams, line up’s at the checkout, and the waste of your time.

  • Stage Not Set
  • Industry Mobile
  • Location Toronto, ON, Canada
  • Currency CAD

Company Summary

We provide a mobile shopping mall for merchants, mainly manufacturers and wholesalers, to directly reach the consumer, launching first in the Greater Toronto Area, and then expanding to other Canadian cities, and cities outside of Canada. We target urban, dual income, young families who actively seek discounts on goods and services we offer, which in our initial launch will include groceries, pet food and wine.

Team

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    The Hon. Sinclair Stevens
    Founder, Chair & CEO
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sinclair_Stevens

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    Savio Cardozo
    COO / Acting CFO
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    Savio has a diverse background in Corporate Finance, Operations and Technology, with over 25 years of industry experience ranging from Stock Exchanges to Power Generation, both internationally and in Canada. More recently he has specialized in Operating Profitability Transformation Engagements & Corporate Governance Initiatives, contributing to over $100 million in cost savings to his clients. He has both founded and participated in technology ve

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    Ted Loyst
    Director
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    Ted is Chairman of Global Pet Foods Inc. Franchise Bancorp Inc. and Living Lighting Inc. These franchise companies operate 200 stores with network sales of over $125 million annually. Franchise Bancorp is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange trading under FBI. He is founder of the Canadian Franchise Association and served as its Chairman for several years. He has lectured on Franchise Systems at industry events and Universities.

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    Brian Johns
    Director
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    Prior to joining Vince’s Market as a part-owner, he owned two fast-food franchises when he was just 19. Brian was named as one of the up and coming grocers to watch in 2012 by Canadian Grocer.