Ensurge, Inc. Hires Bruce M. Smith as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer

28 Dec Ensurge, Inc. Hires Bruce M. Smith as the Company’s Chief Financial Officer

Ensurge, Inc. (ESGI) is pleased to announce that the Company has hired Bruce M. Smith as Chief Financial Officer.

“We welcome Bruce Smith to our team as Chief Financial Officer,” stated Ensurge’s CEO, Clint Mishleau. “We believe that his expertise and SEC public company reporting experience will improve our Company and its systems as we continue to grow and develop. Mr. Smith’s leadership qualities have already been brought to bear as he is currently making progress as he spearheads our efforts to become a SEC reporting company.”

Bruce Smith has over 34 years in professional accounting experience. He has held the positions of CFO, controller, and audit manager for both private and public companies. Most recently, Mr. Smith has been an Attest Partner for BBRS, LLP, a CPA and business advisory service in Northern California. He also has international experience converting foreign subsidiary reporting to US GAAP for consolidation under S.E.C. rules. Mr. Smith maintains a current CPA license in the State of California. In 1982, he received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration, with a concentration of Accounting form California State University, Chico.

For more information on Ensurge, Inc., one may visit the Company’s website at www.ensurgeinc.com

About Ensurge, Inc.

Ensurge Inc. is a high-growth mining production company with expanding operations in Guyana, South America. The Company’s management team is comprised of multi-generational mining professionals with decades of experience. Current operations are focused on gold, diamond, and Rare Earth mineral producing properties. For additional information on Ensurge, please visit the Company’s website at www.ensurgeinc.com.

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