Wall Street Signals: Innovest Global's Call Center Contract Billings With Fortune 500 Company to Exceed $1 Million Over First Twelve Months -- Spotlight Growth

Innovest Global's Call Center Contract Billings With Fortune 500 Company to Exceed $1 Million Over First Twelve Months -- Spotlight Growth

Sacramento, CA., May 24, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) Another refresh has been distributed on Innovest Global, Inc. (OTC PINK: IVST). Innovest Global, Inc. is an expanded holding organization that spotlights on getting specialty, high-development organizations that are equipped for creating noteworthy yearly income. The organization's arranged auxiliaries work crosswise over telehealth, biotech, business vitality, business-to-business circulation, national call focus and vehicle deals.



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Going “green” has been a big theme over the past several years. Aging infrastructure and energy systems continue to be incredibly inefficient and cost prohibitive. In addition, growing awareness of global climate change has had an impact on the energy efficiency market. As social awareness, cost savings, and government incentives continue to take hold in the energy efficiency markets, market research firms see a bright future ahead.

According to ResearchAndMarkets, the global lighting as a service (LaaS) market is forecast to be worth $4.74 billion by 2025. The LaaS market was developed as a new financial structure to combat the potentially high upfront costs associated with installation. The LaaS model allows private and public entities to continue capitalizing on the latest innovations and developments with the LED lighting industry.


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Innovest Global: Call Center Lands Major Exclusive Contract With Fortune 500 Company
Innovest Global recently announced that its call center subsidiary, Crestwood Management, has won a $650,000 exclusive contract with a Fortune 500 company that is generating annual revenues over $2 billion. Over the first twelve months of the exclusive contract, the call center subsidiary is slated to receive over $1 million in billings for services rendered. 
The most recent contract denotes "the single biggest contract for Innovest, since propelling the Commercial and Industrial Division a half year prior." 
"Given the nature of the organizations we were offering against, we're to a great degree glad for this achievement," said Sally Emch, President of Innovest Call Center Operations, who drove the offer procedure for Innovest. "It's an incredible approval of our call focus to win a noteworthy offer from a Fortune 500 organization, and furthermore of the Innovest plan of action in general. I'm so energized by our business development and that we are authoritatively 'on the guide,' and winning real national undertakings."

This comes as the company just recently learned that its endeavors are beginning to attract attention from some major investors. During the first quarter 2018, a 13F filing shows that Ohio-based, Winslow Asset Management, initiated a new position in Innovest Global. According to the data, the asset management firm purchased 10,000 shares at prices between $0.01 and $0.44, with the average price estimated to be around $0.13. 
Innovest Global was the only new position made by Winslow Asset Management during the first quarter, which also added to its other positions such as Amgen and Berkshire Hathaway. Overall, Winslow Asset Management holds 88 stocks with a total value of $516 million, as of March 31, 2018. 

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