Shine Box Capital Corp. announced that it has entered into a non-binding letter of intent ("LOI") dated June 9, 2021, to enter into a business combination (the "Transaction") with Interfield Solutions Ltd. ("Interfield"). It is expected that upon completion of the Transaction, the combined entity (the "Resulting Issuer") will meet the listing requirements for a Tier 2 Technology issuer under the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange (the "TSXV"). Shine Box was incorporated under the Canada Business Corporations Act and has a head office in Calgary, Alberta. Shine Box is a "Capital Pool Company" under the policies of the TSXV and it is intended that the Transaction will constitute the "Qualifying Transaction" of Shine Box, as such term is defined in TSXV Policy 2.4 - Capital Pool Companies. The common shares of Shine Box ("Shine Box Common Shares") are currently listed on the TSXV and Shine Box is a reporting issuer in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Ontario. Interfield was incorporated under the International Business Companies Act, 1994 of the Republic of the Seychelles in June 2014 and is based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Interfield carries on a software development business that provides data management and marketplace solutions for numerous business segments worldwide including oil and gas, mining, agriculture, maritime, retail, banking and government institutions, for the purposes of increasing efficiency, improving overall performance and lowering costs through online and offline software applications. Interfield's primary commercial products include a data management tool that allows industrial companies to access real-time information and in-depth analytics of their operations. Interfield also operates "Equipment Hound", an online marketplace allowing industrial equipment suppliers and customers to transact. Interfield also offers web application development, mobile application development and enterprise development solutions. As part of a pre-Transaction restructuring it is expected that Interfield will either continue from the Republic of the Seychelles into the Province of Alberta, or alternatively, complete a restructuring transaction that will result in an Alberta incorporated parent company being the transacting party to the Transaction, such structuring to be determined following input from legal and tax advisors.