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INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY ConnectivCorp (the "Company"), during late 2001 decided to restructure its operations and as a result exited the business that it was in. The Company's management has been pursuing appropriate merger and acquisition partners. Prior to its restructuring, the Company was a medical communications network with publishing, Internet and marketing services divisions that connect targeted consumers and professionals with pharmaceutical and consumer product companies. ConnectivCorp was organized in the State of Delaware on May 8, 1998 as SMD Group, Inc. In January 1999, the name was changed to CDBeat.com, Inc. Following the Company's business combination with Cakewalk LLC in November 1999, the name was again changed to "Spinrocket.com, Inc." On September 11, 2000, in order to better reflect and describe the Company's then strategic direction, the name was changed to "ConnectivCorp." ConnectivCorp is a reporting company under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended, and its stock is traded on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol "CTTV." ConnectivCorp's principal executive offices are located at 750 Lexington Avenue, 24th Floor, New York, New York 10022, and its telephone number is (212) 750-5858.HISTORY The Company was incorporated in Delaware on May 8, 1998 under the name "SMD Group, Inc." which was subsequently changed in January 1999, to "CDbeat.com, Inc." In April 2000, the Company changed its name to "Spinrocket.com, Inc." On September 11, 2000 Spinrocket.com, Inc. changed its name to "ConnectivCorp" because that new name better described the Company's then strategic direction. In November 1999, 32 Records acquired substantially all of the assets and liabilities relating to the business of Cakewalk LLC ("Cakewalk") in exchange for 8,307,785 shares of the Common Stock of the Company, which number of shares equaled approximately 46% of the then issued and outstanding Common Stock of the Company (the "Cakewalk Transaction"). As a result of the Cakewalk Transaction, the business formerly operated by Cakewalk was being operated by 32 Records. Cakewalk BRE LLC ("Cakewalk") was a wholly owned subsidiary of 32 Records LLC (the entity known as 32 Records was, at one time, known as Cakewalk LLC, d/b/a 32 Records LLC). Cakewalk defaulted under an Indenture dated June 29, 1999 (the "Indenture") and entered into negotiations with Entertainment Finance International, Inc. ("EFI") in order to consensually turn over assets to EFI. EFI was the secured holder of $5,500,000 principal indebtedness issued by Cakewalk and maintained a security interest in all of Cakewalk's assets (the "Collateral") pursuant to the Indenture. Cakewalk consented to entry of a judgment of foreclosure ("Judgment") upon the Collateral in connection with the action filed by EFI against Cakewalk in the Supreme Court of the State of New York, County of New York, Index No. 604708/00 on or about October 30, 2000. On February 2, 2001, judgment was entered by the Court approving the foreclosure, thereby transferring all of Cakewalk's assets to EFI. On October 18, 2000, the Company and EFI entered into a consulting agreement under which the Company agreed to help EFI in the marketing and sale of Cakewalk and/or its assets in return for which the Company would be entitled to a cash payment upon sale under certain circumstances. In addition to the Cakewalk Transaction described above, a certain Stock Purchase Warrant held by Atlantis Equities, Inc. ("Atlantis"), dated as of September 23, 1999 (the "Atlantis Warrant"), was amended pursuant to a certain Warrant Amendment Agreement, dated as of November 16, 1999, among the Company, Atlantis and Dylan LLC, an affiliate of Atlantis ("Dylan") (the "Warrant Amendment Agreement"). The Atlantis Warrant gave Atlantis the right to purchase eighty (80%) percent of the issued and outstanding Common Stock of the Company and options to purchase 762,064 shares of the Company's Common Stock. Pursuant to the Warrant Amendment Agreement, the Atlantis Warrant was split into two warrants, one of which was assigned to Dylan (the "Dylan Warrant"), and the other of which was retained by Atlantis (the "Revised Atlantis Warrant"). Concurrently with the closing of the Cakewalk Transaction, (i) Dylan exercised the Dylan Warrant and paid the Company $900,000 for 7,037,183 shares of Common Stock issuable upon exercise of such warrant (the "Dylan Stock"), and (ii) Atlantis exercised the Revised Atlantis Warrant and paid the Company $100,000 for 781,909 shares of Company Stock issuable upon exercise of the Revised Atlantis Warrant (the "Atlantis Stock") and received 762,064 options from the Company which were exercisable at $2.50 each until December 31, 2000 (the "Options")(collectively, the "Atlantis Transaction"). Together, the Dylan Stock and the Atlantis Stock equaled approximately 43% of the then issued and outstanding Common Stock of the Company (after giving effect to the Cakewalk Transaction and the Atlantis Transaction). In light of the transfer of approximately 89% of the issued and outstanding Common Stock of the Company, collectively, to Cakewalk, Dylan and Atlantis pursuant to the Cakewalk Transaction and the Atlantis Transaction, a change in control in the Company occurred. On November 27, 2000, Dylan made a pro rata distribution to all of its members of all shares of the Dylan Stock it received in connection with the transactions described above.OVERVIEW 2002 was a year in which the Company actively pursued merger or acquisition partners. The Company made a decision to restructure in late 2001. It reduced existing trade payables by the issuance of restricted common stock. Additionally, management is seeking appropriate merger or acquisition partners in the medical information or other unrelated fields. Management also effected a one for ten reverse split of the Company's common stock on March 12, 2002. During 2002, the Company executed two agreements for the purpose of acquiring Aqua Development Corp., a California corporation ("Aqua"). Management expended the majority of its resources and efforts to attempt to consummate the acquisition. Despite management's best efforts, they will not be able to consummate the agreement with Aqua and have terminated its efforts to complete the acquisition.INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS The Company currently does not have any patents issued to it. In December 1999, the Company filed a Provisional Patent Application with the United States Patent office, seeking protection for certain software developed by the Company. In December 2000, the Company filed a formal patent application with the patent office to the same effect. The Company cannot be certain that the current or any future patent applications will be granted, that any future patent will not be challenged, invalidated or circumvented, or that the rights granted under any patent that may be issued will provide competitive advantages to it.REGULATION The Company is currently not subject to direct regulation by any governmental agency, other than laws and regulations generally applicable to businesses.EMPLOYEES As of April 11, 2003, the Company has two employees, both of whom are engaged in executive management.