More NewsMaxnet in Site Deal With WebCity Canada

Maxnet in Site Deal With WebCity Canada

Maxnet Inc. (MXNT) signed an agreement tolaunch MaxPlanet.com - Canada with Canadian Banner Services and WebCityCanada.

Maxnet Inc. (MXNT) signed an agreement to launch MaxPlanet.com – Canada with Canadian Banner Services and WebCity Canada.

Site development for MaxPlanet calls for Canada to be divided into Canadian and global content. Web-City Canada will develop Canadian content while Maxnet will supply the global content for the site. Canadian advertising revenues will be coordinated through Canadian Banner Services. Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

Toronto-based WebCity Interactive (Canada) Corp. creates Canadian-based Web services one-to-one marketing solutions for advertisers, affiliates and partners. Maxnet is an integrated Internet development company focused on creating and expanding strategic alliances for its comprehensive network of consumer and business-oriented web services.

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