D-BOX Announces $1,000,000 Loan under Highly Affected Sectors Credit

September 9, 2021

D-BOX announced today the closing of a loan with the National Bank of Canada (“NBC”) in connection with the Highly Affected Sectors Credit Availability Program (“HASCAP”) offered by the Business Development Bank of Canada (“BDC”)

The loan is a $1,000,000 non-revolving credit facility based on a 10-year straight line amortization period with an interest rate of 4% and a maturity date of September 7, 2024 (the “HASCAP Loan”). The proceeds of the HASCAP Loan will be used for working capital needs to continue to support D-BOX’s commercial growth initiatives. Repayment terms for the HASCAP Loan are interest only for the first year, and principal plus interest for the remaining years. The HASCAP Loan is secured by first-ranking hypothec and security interests on all assets of the Corporation and its U.S. subsidiary and is guaranteed by the BDC.

D-BOX redefines and creates realistic, immersive and haptic entertainment experiences by providing whole-body feedback and stimulating the imagination through movement. Haptics essentially allows for sensations that would be perceived if the body were to interact directly with physical objects. This expertise explains why D-BOX has collaborated with some of the world’s best companies to tell captivating stories. Whether it be movies, video games, virtual reality applications, themed entertainment or professional simulators, D-BOX’s mission is to make the world live and vibrate like never before. D-BOX Technologies Inc. (TSX: DBO) is headquartered in Montreal, Canada with offices in Los Angeles, USA and Beijing, China.

Stéphane Vidal
Vice President, Marketing and Communication
450-442-3003, ext. 373


David Montpetit
Chief Financial Officer – D-BOX Technologies Inc.
450-442-3003, ext. 296



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