May 10, 2018, VANCOUVER, B.C. – ASHBURTON VENTURES INC. (ABR-TSX:V) (ARB-FRANKFURT)  (“Ashburton” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce it has retained the services of Ayming to assist with procuring research and development grants on both federal and provincial levels.
Ayming brings 30+ years of consulting experience to the Ashburton team. Ayming’s focus on navigating the complex world of grant opportunities allows Ashburton to leverage resources it does not have in-house. Ayming will focus on helping Ashburton obtain grants related to the development of value added products made from lithium, graphite and zeolite.
“As the president of a private company in 2014, I worked with the BC office of what was Alma Consulting Group at the time and is now Ayming. The firm was very successful in helping us find grants that were aligned with the projects we had planned. I am excited to work with Ayming again to assist Ashburton in procuring grants that can bring money into the treasury without any shareholder dilution. I’m looking forward to working with many of the same professionals and take great comfort in their proven track record” stated Steve Harpur, CEO of Ashburton.
“Ayming Consulting Group operates in 16 Countries and has over 1,500 employees worldwide. We have helped some of the world’s most progressive companies obtain the government funding they need to advance their projects and continue to innovate. We count Ashburton Ventures as a highly valued long-term client. Their vision, coupled with the technical advancements of Zeolite, Lithium and Graphite product development and Research, is driving a project Ayming is excited to work on.”
-Dean McIntosh,  Ayming
Ashburton Ventures Inc. is a Canadian-based junior exploration company focused on zeolite, lithium and graphite projects in Canada.
Signed “Stephen Harpur”
Stephen Harpur, CPA, CGA, CEO
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