Global Tech Industries Group, Inc. and Ron Cavalier Sign an Independent Contractor Agreement

New York, April 07, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (GTII: OTCQB) Global Tech Industries Group, Inc. (“GTII” or the “Company”),, a Nevada corporation, signed an Independent Contractor Agreement (“ICA”) with Ronald Cavalier. Mr. Cavalier founded Cavalier Galleries Inc. in Stamford, Ct. in 1986, a group of four art galleries, with locations in Greenwich, CT, New York City, Nantucket Island, and Palm Beach, FL.

Under the terms of this independent Contractor Agreement, Mr. Cavalier will provide the Company with those services customarily provided by contractors in the business of fine arts, including but not limited to market research, performed in a workmanlike manner consistent with applicable industry standards and undertaken via traditional means, including internet, telephone and/or in-person research as needed. Applicable research and tokenization of non-fungible assets (NFTs), including but not limited to fine art and other services will continue to be explored, as in the original consulting agreement.

About Global Tech Industries Group, Inc.: GTII is a publicly traded company incorporated in the state of Nevada, specializing in the pursuit of acquiring new and innovative technologies.

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