Ghost Technology, Inc. ("Ghost Technology" or the "Company") is an integrated multinational holding company maintaining offices in the United States, Italy, and the Bahamas, as well as a representative office in England. Our subsidiaries operate and provide services in Advertising, Marketing and Sales.


Ghost Technology's business is international in nature, stretching across three continents. Structural diversification is the pivot of our philosophical strategy amid dynamic economic environments and fierce omnipresent competition. It is our diligence to this strategy that will empower us to turn these challenges into opportunities to enhance our operations and maximize our earnings.


The business plan outlines and describes the strategic programs in place for the development of Ghost Technology. This plan is built upon collective experience of our operating subsidiaries who have demonstrated track records under prior ownership and the core competencies of our management who are accomplished in many disciplines, in doing so, we will accomplish its goal to become an influential force in all areas of operation. Presentation of this plan is timely as we enter into an important phase in its life cycle, emergence from a late developmental stage to a world wide operating stage.


Ghost Technology, Inc publicly trades under the symbol GHST on the OTC Other.


1776 N. Pine Island Rd. Siute 316 Plantation , FL 33322 USA

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