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Digilife Technologies poised to add property, timber, gold and fish farming in business diversification bid

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The Edge Singapore4/4/2022 11:12 PM GMT+08  • 3 min read
Digilife Technologies poised to add property, timber, gold and fish farming in business diversification bid
Bhupendra Kumar Modi will see his stake trimmed from 52.38% to 37.24% / Samuel Isaac Chua
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Digilife Technologies is poised for a remake of its business activities again.

On April 4, the company secured shareholders’ approval at an EGM to bring in a new controlling shareholder and to diversify into new areas ranging from property investment, app development, as well as to hold interests in timber, gold and fisheries in Papua New Guinea.

In its previous reiterations as a listed company, Digilife (and its predecessors under different names ranging from Mediaring, Si2i, Sevak) had dabbled in internet telephony, distributing pre-paid mobile cards; electric vehicles, among others.

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