LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwire) -- 01/21/13 -- Quizam Media Corporation (TSX VENTURE: QQ) ("Quizam" or "the Company") announces that through its on-line training division www.OntrackTV.com, it has completed negotiations and entered into an Agreement with Banner Business Services Ltd of the UK, for a new sales partnership.
Banner Business Services Ltd is a subsidiary of office2office PLC, a public company whose shares are quoted on the London Stock Exchange.
Under the agreement Banner Business Services will market OntrackTV's on-line training services throughout the UK and Eire, on a shared revenue basis.
OntrackTV is a wholly owned subsidiary of QUIZAM Media Corporation. OntrackTV uses high quality video and live instructors to deliver computer training online. Easy to follow lessons are structured into a library of hundreds of bite size, task led tutorials that support individuals with the training they need wherever and whenever they need it.
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