2012-03-08

On Thursday March 8, 2012 ZEOX Corporation held a conference call. There were a total of 20 calls into the conference call and it peaked at 13 active lines. At a number of locations there were multiple people listening in on the same line. A recording of the conference call will be posted to the website sometime next week.


 

2012-02-27

ZEOX CORPORATION: Conference call at Tuesday, March 6b

Calgary, Alberta – David Thom, Chief Executive Officer and a director of Zeox Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Corporation") advises that a conference call to provide an update on the affairs of ZEOX will be held on Tuesday, March 6, 2012 at 12 noon Mountain Standard Time.

 

 


2012-02-01

Calgary, Alberta – David Thom, Chief Executive Officer and a director of Zeox Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Corporation") that it has closed the first tranche of its previously announced financing in the amount of $168,000. A Finder’s Fee of $9,000 will be paid in relation to a portion of the financing.

 

 


2011-10-28

Calgary, Alberta – David M. Thom, Chief Executive Officer of ZEOX Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Company") is pleased to advise that the first subscription under its previously announced (September 26, 2011) unit financing has been received.

 

 


2011-09-26

Calgary, Alberta – David M. Thom, Chief Executive Officer of ZEOX Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Company") is pleased to announce it is proceeding with a non-brokered private placement of up to $500,000, subject to regulatory approval. The offering is a unit financing at $0.05 per unit, with each unit consisting of one share and one warrant.

 

 


2011-09-23

Small-cap-news.de Interview with David M. Thom, CEO of Zeox Corporation

 

 


2011-08-08

Zeox Corporation Advises Revocation of Cease Trade Orders Issued

August 8, 2011, 2011 Symbol: NEX- ZOX.H

Calgary, Alberta – David Thom, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Zeox Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Corporation") advises that on July 20, 2011 the Alberta Securities Commission (the “ASC”) issued a revocation of cease trade order issued on November 4, 2010, and that on August 5, 2011 the British Columbia Securities Commission issued a revocation of cease trade order issued on November 5, 2010.

 


2011-07-14

Zeox Corporation Updates September 30, 2010 Information Circular Information

July 14, 2011 Symbol: NEX- ZOX.H

Calgary, Alberta – David Thom, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Zeox Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Corporation") advises that ZEOX has the following updates to the Information Circular provided for the September 30, 2010 shareholders meeting.

 

 


2011-06-10

Zeox Corporation Advises on Status of Application for Revocation of Cease Trade

June 06, 2011 Symbol: NEX- ZOX.H

Calgary, Alberta – David Thom, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Zeox Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Corporation") advises that ZEOX has received comments back from the Alberta Securities Commission (the “ASC”) from its application for revocation of the Cease Trade Order and will be formally responding to these comments this week. Certain of the comments will necessitate re-filing of the financial statements of the Corporation following review of the revised statements by the ASC.

 

 


2011-03-31

Calgary, Alberta – David Thom, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Zeox Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Corporation") advises that ZEOX has filed the following financial statements: June 30, 2010 audited financial statements were filed on February 14, 2011, interim statements for the period ending September 30, 2010 on March 14, 2011, and interim statements for the period ending December 31, 2010 on March 16, 2011.

 


2011-02-14

Zeox Corporation Announces Filing of Audited June 30, 2010 Financial Statements

February 14, 2011 Symbol: NEX- ZOX.H

Calgary, Alberta – David Thom, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Zeox Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Corporation") advises that the audited financial statements for the period ending June 30, 2010 were filed on SEDAR today so will be available for viewing on SEDAR tomorrow.

 


2010-12-14

Calgary, Alberta – David Thom, Chief Executive Officer and a Director of Zeox Corporation ("ZEOX" or the "Corporation") advises that the TSXV Exchange has transferred the trading of its shares to the NEX Exchange effective December 14, 2010. We have not yet filed our financial statements as the audit process continues to be a challenge. We are attempting to bring this to a conclusion. Until such time as they are filed and we obtain revocation orders of the cease trade orders for failure to file financial statements, ZEOX will remain suspended from trading.

 


2010-12-13

In accordance with the TSX Venture Exchange Policy 2.5, Zeox Corp. has not maintained the requirements for a TSX Venture Exchange Tier 2 company. Therefore, effective Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2010, the company's listing will transfer to the NEX, the company's tier classification will change from Tier 2 to the NEX, and the filing and service office will change from Calgary to the NEX.

 


2010-12-04

We are pleased to invite you to attend ZEOX Corporation's presentation with recent developments of the Company.

 


2010-11-05

Mr. David Thom reportsy

ZEOX CORPORATION ADVISES ON SUSPENSION OF TRADING

A cease-trade order was issued on Nov. 4, 2010, by the Alberta Securities Commission and on Nov. 4, 2010, by the British Columbia Securities Commission on trading in or purchasing the securities of Zeox Corp. The corporation failed to file its annual audited statements, annual management discussion and analysis, and certification of annual filings for the year ended June 30, 2010, by the required date of Oct. 28, 2010.


2010-10-28

The TSX Venture Exchange has accepted for filing documentation with respect to a non-brokered private placement for Zeox Corp. announced Oct. 19, 2010:

Number of shares: 5,531,465 units; each unit consists of one common share and one-half of one common share purchase warrant

 


2010-10-28

Mr. David Thom reports

ZEOX CORPORATION ANNOUNCES CLOSING OF PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Zeox Corp. has closed its previously announced financing in the amount of $276,573.26. A finder's fee of $5,000 was paid in relation to a portion of the financing.

In order to simplify the financing, the placement was changed to a unit financing at five cents per unit, with each unit consisting of one share and one-half warrant. Each full warrant, together with payment of five cents, would entitle the holder to one share of Zeox for a period ending on the earlier of:

 


2010-10-19

Mr. David Thom reports

ZEOX CORPORATION ANNOUNCES EXTENSION OF CLOSING DATE OF CONVERTIBLE NOTE FINANCING

Zeox Corp. has received an extension from the TSX Venture Exchange for the date for providing closing documents for its previously announced financing of up to $500,000 principal amount of unsecured convertible notes to Friday, Oct. 22, 2010, to allow for the collection of funds which have been committed to the financing but not yet received.

 


2010-10-05

Mr. David Thom reports

ZEOX CORPORATION ANNOUNCES NEW DIRECTOR

Zeox Corp. has elected a new board of directors at its recent annual general meeting.

Nicolette (Yan) Wang, Timothy Wuest and Robert Findlay were re-elected to the board of Zeox. Joining them are newly elected directors Steve Veitch and David Thom.

 


2010-09-01

Zeox appoints Findley to board

Mr. Brian Wilson reports

ZEOX CORPORATION ANNOUNCES NEW DIRECTOR

Zeox Corp. has appointed Robert Findley of Vancouver, British Columbia to the board of directors.

 


2010-08-26

Mr. Brian Wilson reports

ZEOX CORPORATION ANNOUNCES NEW CEO

Zeox Corp. has appointed David Thom as chief executive officer, effective Aug. 24, 2010, until Nov. 3, 2010. The appointment may be extended from that date by mutual consent. Mr. Thom is the founder of DMT Capital Corp., a private company that provides management, venture capital financing and financial workout and restructuring consulting services, primarily for early stage companies.


2010-08-19

Mr. Brian Wilson reports

ZEOX CORPORATION ANNOUNCES CONVERTIBLE NOTE FINANCING

Zeox Corp. has, subject to regulatory approval, undertakena non-brokered private placement of up to $500,000 principal amount ofunsecured convertible notes.The notes will bear interest at a rate of 10 percent per annum, have a term of one year and are convertible at the option ofthe holder into units of the corporation at a conversion price of five centsper unit.


2010-08-16

OnSeptember 30, 2010, the Company will hold an Annual General Meeting.

Therecord date is August 31, 2010.


2010-08-03

Mr. Brian Wilson reports

ZEOX RECEIVES NOTIFICATION OF ASSET SALE AND ANNOUNCES REINSTATEMENT TO TRADE

At the request of the exchange the company wishes to expand on the statements made in the company's news in Stockwatch July 9, 2010, and clarify the events that have occurred between the company and Imagin Minerals Inc. whereby Imagin provided the company with notice of its intention to sell substantially all of the assets of the company located in the United States.


2010-07-08

Mr. Tim Wuest reports

ZEOX APPOINTS Ms. Yan Wang as Director

The Board of Directors of ZEOX Corporation (TSX-V Symbol: ZOX) is very pleased to announce the Company has appointed Ms. Yan Wang (Nicolette) to the Board of Directors.


2010-07-06

ZEOX TO DEFEND IMAGIN CLAIM

Zeox Corp. will defend against the claim made by Imagin Minerals Inc.

On July 6, 2010 Zeox received notice from Imagin that Imagin intends to sell Zeox assets in a private sale sometime after July 16, 2010. The Imagin claim states "The sale will be conducted at Haralson, Miller, Pitt, Feldman & McAnally, P.L.C., One South Church Avenue, Suite 900, Tucson, Arizona 85701.


2010-07-05

Mr. Timothy Wuest reports

ZEOX CONTRACTS ARENITO MINERALS & CHEMICALS CORP.

Zeox Corp. has contracted Arenito Minerals & Chemicals Corp.

In order to address the corporate and operational disruptions being experienced as a result of the abrupt resignations on June 18, 2010, of Gerald S.


2010-06-22

Zeox receives two director resignations

Mr. Timothy Wuest reports

ZEOX ANNOUNCES FURTHER RESIGNATIONS


2010-06-21

Zeox, Imagin merger terminated

Mr. Dan Eyde reports

ZEOX ANNOUNCES TERMINATION OF MERGER WITH IMAGIN MINERALS


2010-05-14

Wilton, Connecticut – May 14, 2010 - Mr. Garold R. Spindler, Director and Chairman of the Board of ZEOX Corporation, (TSX-V: ZOX) (Frankfurt: ZED) is pleased to announce new business. Zeox has received a new order, open ended in duration, for Chabazite in sorption applications. The order is with a new client in a growing and durable market. Anticipated annual revenues are in the $400,000 range. The Company believes this market will continue to grow.


2010-05-05

Wilton, Connecticut – May 5, 2010 - Mr. Garold R. Spindler, Director and Chairman of the Board of ZEOX Corporation, (TSX-V: ZOX) (Frankfurt: ZED) announces the Company has released its third quarter financial statements for the period ended March 31, 2010.

The Company’s restructuring process is continuing. Third quarter revenues were $310,958 compared to $302,284 for the same period last year. Additionally, third quarter revenues represent a 61% increase over the second quarter 2010.

 

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CEO Letter February 16 , 2012

Let’s take a look back at what has transpired at ZEOX since July of 2010, when the former directors and officers left the Company and took our properties with them:

A group led by the original founder of the Company was assembled to assume the functions of management.

I became a member of that group with the mandate to liaise with the TSX Venture Exchange to get ZEOX back trading again. As you will recall it had been halted for some time pending documentation of the planned merger between Imagin and ZEOX.

Somewhere along the way it became apparent that the immediate issues facing ZEOX were more of the corporate finance and legal variety than industrial minerals and I gradually took over the management functions of ZEOX.

I negotiated with TSX Venture Exchange staff to resume trading of ZEOX and allow it to continue trading on the TSXV for approximately 90 days or until we could show that it met Continuous Listing Requirements.

ZEOX resumed trading on August 4, 2010 and traded an astounding cumulative volume of 20,057,081 shares until November 4, 2010 or about 30% of its then existing public float.

Financials 2010 and Cease Trade Order

On November 4, 2010 trading in ZEOX was suspended due to the issuance of Cease Trade Orders by the Alberta and British Columbia Securities Commissions for the failure of ZEOX to file its audited financial statements by the required date. As you will recall, a major reason the financials were not filed on time was that the former directors had possession of the corporate records of ZEOX and despite demands for the return of same, only certain records were returned at a very late date.

Former management had not paid for the prior year’s audit which made it particularly difficult to have our auditors work on our behalf. Even when some of the financial records of the US subsidiaries were returned, it took very much more time than expected to finalize the audited June 30, 2010 financial statements for a number of reasons including ZEOX did not have contact information for the appropriate person at various customers and vendors necessary to provide independent verification to our auditors.

In a lot of cases this meant that we had to trace the customer/vendor down through internet searches and then contact a number of sources within the organization to find the person who had sufficient information to provide the verification.

The appropriate accounting treatment of our financial position at that time was examined in detail. Following filing of the statements, as well as the subsequent interim financial statements we were also subject to a number of continuous disclosure reviews both by provincial securities commissions and the TSXV compliance department, which led to interminable delays in getting ZEOX back trading again.

Listing on NEX (Part of the TSX)

The listing of ZEOX was moved to the NEX which is an advantage for ZEOX at this time as the costs of maintaining a listing on the NEX are significantly lower and accordingly the savings can be put towards the cost of the litigation. As you know the suffix to the symbol for ZEOX was changed to ZOX.H

The circumstances the former directors and officers left ZEOX in last July were unique. Not only were there large payables and no money, but there was no large shareholder to take control of the company and fund the company. The largest single shareholder owned less than 7% of the company. Normally in situations such as these, there is either one or a small group of shareholders who have large holdings and who are willing to work to bring value back to those holdings, and accordingly would charge low management fees. In this case, ZEOX needed to bring in someone from the outside that could get the company reorganized.

Low cost structure now

Now we have a reasonable cost structure going forward and there are other cost savings at the present time such as reduced audit costs and exchange filing fees which will help us conserve cash. As part of the compliance review by the Alberta Securities Commission I agreed to defer the granting of my options until after June 30, 2011. In the TSX Venture review I agreed to cancel the options entirely so as to allow ZEOX to start trading again.

Legal side and recovery of assets

On the legal side we had advice from counsel in Arizona that led us to believe that pursuing the return of the assets through the Arizona courts would be relatively easy, quick and inexpensive. We found out the hard way that it would be difficult, slow and expensive. Accordingly we put a stop to the litigation there. Essentially we had believed that we only needed to prove that Arizona law was not followed in the seizure of the properties. While the properties were listed in the documents that Imagin claimed that they were entitled to, they then claimed that the lease from GSA was terminated due to non-payment of certain amounts to Dan Eyde, the majority of which were dubious and in any event within his control while COO of ZEOX.

Accordingly we are planning to pursue legal action in Canada to pursue the return of the properties, our accounts receivable, breach of fiduciary duties and the break fee of US $250,000 to which ZEOX is entitled.

I have had a number of conversations with a lawyer in New York City that some of the shareholders had engaged to pursue action against certain former directors and officers of ZEOX. There have been some discussions about who would finance this action and who would benefit from its result. I have maintained from the outset that it would appear that the shareholders have a much better chance at success and therefore we would like to support them if at all possible. More recently I have been contacted by a lawyer in Germany who represents one of the larger shareholders of ZEOX and I am sending him information for his file.

We will be pursuing the former directors and officers as well as the return of the assets through the Canadian courts. Some of the funds from the proposed private placement will be earmarked for that purpose. We are under no illusions that this will be quick and easy process, but we are confident that in the end we will prevail. The major focus to date has been to get ZEOX stabilized and at this time it is in much better shape than it was at this time last year and our shareholders are able to trade their shares. We believe that with funds on hand to pursue the legal action, we will be in a much better position in this litigation.

New Financing 2011/2012

We announced a private placement in the final days of September and closed $168,000 in the first tranche of the financing. The offering is a unit financing at $0.05 per unit, with each unit consisting of one share and one warrant exercisable at $0.10. We are using the proceeds of this financing to reduce the liabilities in the Canadian parent company. As we press released on December 6, 2011, “Management anticipates considerable improvement to the liabilities of the Canadian parent company, as the accounts payable are worked out and payments are made as private placement funds are received.” Accordingly, we expect continued improvement to our balance sheet as additional funds are received. We also will need to provide a retainer to our lawyers in order to commence our legal action.

While we assemble the appropriate legal counsel to pursue the return of our properties and seek damages, we have been considering how best to introduce a new venture into ZEOX, which would add to the value of ZEOX while the legal avenues are being followed. There have also been some discussions about utilizing the skill sets that have been assembled within ZEOX to help companies in similar situations.

Reviewing all Opportunity within Zeox now

We are open to reviewing any opportunity within ZEOX. However, we believe that the best option for ZEOX is to look for projects within the Industrial Minerals marketplace, and in zeolites in particular. To this end we have signed non-disclosure agreements and have been talking to a number of parties within the zeolite business about potential prospects. There are significant opportunities, ranging from purchase of existing zeolite producing properties with sales agreements in place, both within North America and abroad, to companies with significant sales and distribution networks in place. We would like to leverage our historical capabilities in the high margin zeolite product segments with some existing channels.

ZEOX traditional strengths in product development and operations will be of great value as we move forward.
ZEOX has a large shareholder base, most of whom are very knowledgeable about zeolites and understand the value of it in the marketplace. We maintain some intellectual property, as well as a number of product lines which can be utilized if we are able to assemble the appropriate distribution channels. We also have the benefit of tax losses arising from non-capital losses (~$11.8 million) and capital losses (~$3.665 million) which were valued by our auditors KPMG in excess of $3.1 million in our June 30, 2011 statements. That means for the right transaction in the industrial minerals space, we have a tangible cash value of at least $3.1 million. All of these factors mean that we can provide a significant upside going forward.