NanoLumens (Atlanta GA) has secured $13.3 million in new financing from an offering of debt and securities. Euro Pacific Canada Inc. served as the exclusive agent for the offering. The $5-million debt component of the financing was provided by Wellington Financial LP. According to NanoLumens CEO Rick Cope, the new round of funding will be used to accelerate the company’s strategic business and technology development programs. “The next chapter for our global strategy is about to unfold,” he said. “Working closely with leading global companies, NanoLumens is expanding its visualization platform to incorporate nearly limitless opportunities that join together large-format visualization solutions with native apps, professional services and mobile tech platforms. Our end result will be an interactive universe of display solutions that not only engage customers, but also simultaneously deliver information and compel commerce.
“What’s more,” Cope continued, “we are going to do this with technology that was born in Canada, is manufactured in America, and is shipping to customers around the world.”
NanoLumens’ clients cover the fields of broadcast, casinos, control rooms, convention centers, DOOH, higher education, hospitality, retail, stadiums and transportation, including AIG, Bally’s, CBS Outdoor, CCTV, CNN, Charles Schwab, Coca Cola, Delta Airlines, Estee Lauder, ESPN, GTE Financial, Holt-Renfrew, Invesco, Macy’s, Nike, Terra, Turner, Universal Studios Florida, Uniqlo and the new World Trade Center Freedom Tower, among others.