Monthly Archives: January 2014

Nexus Enterprise Solutions, Inc. (NXES) Delivering Strong ROI to Partners in the Lead Generation Field

January 31, 2014

Nexus Enterprise Solutions is raising the bar on quality and originality in the world of business-to-business big data management, quickly becoming one of the foremost providers of lead generation services to the largest insurance companies in the United States. This rise to the top is propelled by the company’s proprietary technology, NexChange Marketplace, one of the only workable enterprise-level platforms for managing sales from lead sources and purchases by lead buyers in the lead generation industry.

Nexus pursues the highest quality leads for its clients. The company deals directly with the top insurance carriers and nationwide insurance agencies, which allows it to negotiate the best rates for lead sellers. Nexus is also always keen to acquire exclusive, immediate leads—a positive for both new and seasoned lead sellers who are able to take advantage of the company’s enormous appetite for leads to get excellent rates, to see their transactions finalized instantly, and to add major revenue to their balance sheets.

Nexus then provides these high-quality leads to its clients. When it comes to generating auto and life insurance leads, quality, precision and efficiency are what matters to the company. Realizing that its reputation and continued success depend on having excellent standards, Nexus’ management has built its entire operations—and technologies—around quality control.

Lastly, Nexus prides itself on providing far more than new customer prospects. With decades of combined experience in online marketing technologies and lead generation in the bag, Nexus has the expertise to convert the best customer data into actual product sales and to turn traffic into sales. The company is committed to insuring its partners (vendors, agent networks, agencies, and carriers) recoup a significant return on their investment, and works closely with them to build a solid, beneficial relationship.

For more information, visit www.nexusenterprisesolutions.com.

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China Internet Café Holdings Group (CICC) Signs Distribution Deal with Beijing-Based Biopharmaceutical Company

China Internet Café Holdings Group, Inc. (CICC), an Internet café chain in the People’s Republic of China, reports that it has signed a distribution agreement with privately held Beijing Eastern Union Biopharmaceuticals Ltd. (BEUB). Products to be distributed through CICC’s 62 café locations in Shenzhen, China, include melatonin tablets, vitamin B tablets, calcium and zinc chewable tablets and multivitamin tablets.

CICC’s aim in working with BEUB is to provide its 2 million active members and their families with the highest quality, low-cost nutraceutical products in China. The products will be placed in CICC’s café locations following the Chinese New Year.

Founded in 2001, Beijing-based BEUB is a Chinese pharmaceutical and nutraceutical manufacturer engaged in the research, development, production and sale of pharmaceutical health products in China, with a focus on anti-tumor, diabetes, cardiovascular drugs and health products sold through regional distributors covering 778 hospitals and clinics among 25 provinces in China.

Through Junlong Culture Communication Co. Ltd., its controlled entity, CICC owns and operates a chain of Internet cafés in the People’s Republic of China, providing its customers with Internet access services, online games, movies, music and online chatting software. The company also sells snacks, drinks, third-party online gaming cards and café memberships.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.chinainternetcafe.com

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Makes International Splash with Multi-cultural Team

January 30, 2014

CD International Enterprises is a U.S. based company that produces, sources, and distributes industrial commodities in China and the Americas and provides international business and financial consulting services.

Headquartered in Deerfield Beach, Florida, CD International Enterprises currently operates in two primary business segments: Magnesium and Minerals, while a third business segment consists of consulting services, mainly to Chinese entities seeking to compete in a global economy.

There is a culturally diverse group of business professionals who are integral to the maintenance of CD International Enterprises’ offices and operations in China and the Americas. These dedicated professionals are eager to develop creative solutions to access opportunities in the growing global economy. Employing a multicultural team which has been operating successfully within the landscape since 2001, the organization presents a series of advantages critical to the success of emerging market entities.

CD International Enterprises’ culturally diverse team has the decisive edge in generating global commerce opportunities to the growing Chinese economy, as well as small to medium-sized emerging markets such as Peru, Bolivia, Chile, and Ecuador. The company seeks to help navigate through what are often confusing cultural and legal challenges, and their team members have a strong working knowledge of the unique characteristics of business operations. By employing a multicultural team, through CD International Enterprises’ offices in the U.S., Shanghai, and various locations in South America, they possess numerous advantages critical to international business success.

The company’s mission is to provide a platform to support, develop, and nurture these international businesses opportunities which will play a vital role in the ongoing globalization of economic activity. They offer business solutions to their clients which foster growth and the ability to compete successfully on a global scale. As a result, the organization serves as a vehicle to allow investors to participate directly in the rapid growth of emerging markets in China and the Americas.

For more information, visit www.cdii.net

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Paddleboarding World Champion Jamie Mitchell Re-Signs with KonaRed Corp. (KRED) as Company Ambassador

Developers of the powerful Hawaiian Coffee Fruit wellness beverage currently being sold in select Whole Foods, Safeway, Sprouts, 7-Eleven, and many other retail outlets throughout the U.S. and Canada, KonaRed Corp. announced earlier today that 10X World Champion Paddleboarder Jamie Mitchell has agreed to return as one of the company’s Ambassadors and spokespersons.

Mitchell is set to not only wear KonaRed-branded gear during his competitions, but also to help with publicity and promotion efforts of KonaRed via trade shows and other events. From March 7-9, KonaRed Corp. will be featured in Splash Beverage Group’s booth (booth 8423) at the Natural Products Expo West trade show which is set to take place in Anaheim, CA. Mitchell will make an appearance at the event and in addition he will sign free copies of his surfing poster.

Jamie Mitchell is in a league of his own in the world of paddleboarding, with 10 consecutive Molokai to Oahu World Championships to his name. He also holds the 2012 ISA World SUP Championship Long Distance Gold Medal, numerous US Championships, is the Winner of the 2009 Battle of the Paddle, an Australian Big Wave Award winner, XXL nominee, and Eddie Aikau Invitee, among other achievements. Mitchell personifies the healthy lifestyle for which KonaRed stands.

Roberts stated, “Athletes are very careful about what they put in their bodies. Having a world champion waterman like Jamie Mitchell as an ambassador and proponent of KonaRed confirms the efficacy of our products.”

To learn more, please visit www.KonaRed.com

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Max Sound Corp. (MAXD) Aggressively Promoting High-Def Audio Technology to the Exploding Global Consumer Electronics Industry

It’s been weeks since the crowds dissipated from the 2-million-square foot exhibit space at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, but the exhibitions showcased at the tradeshow are still creating quite a buzz in the business world. CES is the world’s largest international consumer electronic tradeshow, attracting more than 100,000 business leaders and global media correspondents craning to see the latest and greatest innovations in the consumer electronics industry, which is valued at $203 billion in the U.S. alone.

Attending this year’s CES had to be incredibly amazing, but for the companies actually exhibiting at CES, this was like Willy Wonka’s golden ticket. This was an unparalleled, game-changing opportunity for companies to unveil and demonstrate their technology to an astute audience that would invest in, network with, write, tweet, report on and promote to the masses the innovations they’d seen.

Max Sound Corp. was one such privileged company. The small-cap company exhibited at this year’s CES to demonstrate its proprietary high-definition (HD) audio technology via in-car and external listening stations. Attendees were given the chance to experience MAX-D Technology’s ability to deliver the sounds in music and movies with more detail, depth and dimension than ever before. MAX-D is easily integrated into any manufacturer’s sound system, either through an API or Qualcomm’s Snapdragon DSP chipset.

The company’s proprietary audio process creates HD audio from a compressed audio source such as MP3s, without increasing file size or format. This revolutionary MAX-D process restores harmonics and dynamic range generally lost in compression and brings HD sound to digital media. Audio is played with extra dimension, depth, and detail, providing a crisp, clear, and powerful listening experience. MAX-D is applicable for music, movies, games, books, television, and more.

Key business partnerships demonstrate Max Sound’s strengthening position in the marketplace. Through its partnership with Qualcomm, MAX-D HD is integrated on Qualcomm’s Snapdragon chip, making the technology available on any smartphone, computer, or wireless device.

The company is positioned for considerable growth the booming and rapidly evolving consumer electronics industry. With more than 70 filed patents pending on its MAX-D HD audio technology, Max Sound is serious about raising awareness of its technology, and CES was a considerable opportunity for the company to do so.

For more information, visit www.maxsound.com

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Medizone International, Inc. (MZEI) Receives Patent Protection for Anthrax Elimination

Medizone International announced it has been granted its fourth patent for AsepticSure, its pioneering enclosed space room disinfection system. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has issued U.S. Patent number 8,636,951, “Bio-Terrorism Counteraction Using Ozone and Hydrogen Peroxide,” to the company.

This latest patent follows on the heels of patent protection for Medizone’s healthcare-related patent applications. The company has now been awarded a patent for its government variant of AsepticSure, which is intended to be used by defense agencies as a response to biological attacks on critical buildings, infrastructure, and resources.

Medizone International has successfully eliminated bacillus atropheus and bacillus subtilis at its Innovation Park, Queens University laboratories. Both of these bacteria are globally recognized study surrogates for anthrax, which is one of the most difficult weaponized pathogens to kill. The ability to eliminate these anthrax surrogates with the AsepticSure technology approaches assurance that Medizone International now has the ability to restore critical public infrastructure to service after a biological attack without damaging crucial and costly equipment, such as communication systems. This problem has plagued militaries for decades without, until now, a solution.

“To now have patent protection granted for this system,” said Medizone CEO Edwin Marshall, “should allow the company protected access to a potentially lucrative government market due to the unique capability of AsepticSure’s government variant.”

For more information, visit www.medizoneint.com

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American Heritage International Inc. (AHII) to Sponsor Bauman Racing in General Tire Mint 400 Race

American Heritage International announced today that it will sponsor Bauman Racing in the biggest off-road race in the United States: the upcoming General Tire Mint 400. The sponsorship kicks off the company’s ‘Spirit of America’ marketing campaign.

The General Tire Mint 400 will return to Las Vegas, Nevada, from Wednesday, March 12th through Sunday, March 16th. The Mint 400 will feature three days of pre-race festivities in the heart of downtown Las Vegas, followed by the most challenging and thrilling off-road race of the year.

“Last year the event was broadcast on the SPEED Channel (Now Fox Sports 1) to 78 million homes and re-aired an average of eight times throughout the year, making it the most watched desert off-road racing program in North America,” said Anthony Sarvucci, American Heritage’s CEO. “We are expecting similar exposure for our American Heritage brand in this year’s race.”

The Bauman Racing/American Heritage Race Car will be on display for viewing before and after the race at American Heritage’s sponsored tent location. American Heritage representatives will be there in person give away gift packs and talk about the company’s premium brand of electronic cigarettes.

Anthony Sarvucci, CEO of American Heritage, said, “Our primary target consumers are long time blue collar smokers who love smoking but understand that their health and lifespan may dramatically decrease by continuing their habit. By sponsoring a local racing team in such a high profile event, we believe this targeted value-based advertising is money well spent.”

Visit www.americanheritageonline.com for more information on the company, or check out www.themint400.com for information on one of American racing’s most thrilling events.

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OBJ Enterprises (OBJE) Making Progress as Mobile Gaming’s Projected Growth Continues

OBJ Enterprises, via its gaming division, Obscene Interactive continues to make strong progress in its bid to build a robust portfolio of popular mobile gaming titles. As the company continues discussing licensing with its partner Corv Studios for the game title Pac-Ball, recently unveiled market data from 2013 demonstrates the growth potential in this sizable marketplace.

The market intelligence firm, SuperData recently reported that U.S. digital gaming sales rose to $11.8 billion in 2013 from $10.6 billion in 2012, an increase of 11%. Of that market, the mobile gaming segment grew by 28% from $1.9 billion in 2012 to $2.8 billion in 2013. In just December 2013 alone, total mobile gaming sales reached a record high at $317 million.

These projections bode well for OBJ Enterprises as it readies new gaming products for the mobile gaming industry. In the case of Pac-Ball, the gaming title has already been downloaded over 1.5 million times on the Google Play and Amazon App stores. OBJ Enterprises has identified and is developing new ways to improve Pac-Ball and enhance its revenue-generating potential. In 2013, the company earned its first revenues from the gaming titles Bluff Wars, Phantasmic, and Creature Tavern.

Through Obscene Interactive, OBJ Enterprises is looking to build upon the growing value of the global mobile market by creating mobile applications with broad, global consumer appeal for smartphones and tablet computers.

For more information, please visit: www.ObsceneInteractive.com/investors

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Sparta Commercial Services, Inc. (SRCO) Adds Two South Carolina Jurisdictions to Municipal Leasing Program

January 29, 2014

Sparta Commercial Services, a technology company focused primarily on providing consumer and municipal financing to powersports, recreation, and auto industries, reports that Jamestown, SC, and Gaston, SC, have joined the company’s expanding Municipal Lease Program with the acquisition of new Dodge Charger police cruisers to replace older vehicles in their respective fleets.

Sparta attributes the growth and popularity of its Municipal Lease Program to greater flexibility of the leasing compared to that of the traditional method of an up-front total purchase. The Sparta lease is preferred because by leasing, the payments for the equipment are spread over time, offering wider choices for other budgetary considerations.

Sparta’s Municipal Lease Program can accommodate virtually any type of essential equipment, from autos to motorcycles, from busses to trucks, from fire equipment to tactical vehicles, and more.

“These are the third and fourth transactions we’ve done with Sparta’s Municipal Lease Division, and it’s always a good experience. They clearly understand the dealer’s side of the equation and it’s always a smooth process” Amy Hill, government and fleet specialist at Butler Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Beaufort stated in the news release.

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First Titan Corp. (FTTN) Bolstered by Favorable Projections for Oil and Gas in 2014

First Titan is a North American oil and gas company that is focusing on building solid growth through a diversified oil and gas portfolio. The company is looking to tap into the strong and growing demand for oil and gas, through the building-up of a substantial collection of oil and gas properties as well as harnessing unique energy development opportunities.

Currently, First Titan has asset holdings in Texas, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Alabama. As the company continues its operations at these sites and looks for all market opportunities possible for increasing its profitability, positive projections for supply and demand in this lucrative marketplace are proving to be promising news for First Titan. Projections recently issued by the International Energy Agency indicated that international demand for gas will skyrocket to 92.5 million barrels a day in 2014, an increase of over 1 million barrels per day from last year’s total.

Projections for domestic production of natural gas are also encouraging, as the US Department of Energy estimates that domestic production will increase by 56 percent by 2040. The increased productivity, the department opines, will be partially tied to the electric utility industry’s firm reliance upon on natural gas as a primary energy source. In fact, the DoE projects that natural gas will be the largest source of US electricity by 2035.

Once more with short-term projections: The Natural Gas Production Outlook 2013-2014 estimates that natural gas production will grow from 65.7 billion cubic feet per day last year to 69.1 Bcf/d by this year’s end. Plus, as result of increased use of oil excavation techniques such as fracking and horizontal drilling, natural gas production and oil prices are expected to see new highs in this year as well, according to another DoE projection. All of these predictions bode well for First Titan’s assets’ growth potential.

Meanwhile, the company is looking for new energy development opportunities in Kansas and Canada. Just recently, the company announced in late 2013 that it is looking at new, possible property acquisition targets in Kansas and that it will be turning its attention more northward for more acquisition and asset development opportunities.

With a seemingly strong 2014 ahead of it, and possibly even beyond, First Titan may be positioned for solid company growth indeed.

For more information, visit: www.firsttitanenergy.com/investors.html

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BioLargo, Inc. (BLGO) Builds on Patented Technology to Deliver Array of Safe, Efficient Solutions to Improve Quality of Life

Kenneth Reay Code’s father had a stroke nearly a decade ago, leaving him significantly impaired. This limited mobility put his father in a risky position of needing long-term convalescent care where he would be exposed to the risks of secondary infection often faced in a care facility. Concerned about the legitimate risks to his father’s health, Code was determined to improve his father’s quality of life and extend his life expectancy by reducing the compounding risks of secondary infection. The result of this determination was BioLargo Technology, a blend of inorganic chemical compound and absorbent materials used as an effective instrument in preventing the transmission of life threatening infection.

The BioLargo Technology places basic, safe, and inorganic compounds into absorbent products found in healthcare environments, such as bed pads, blood pads, diapers, surgical drapes, transportation packages for protective liners, wound dressings, bandages, etc. The technology can also be also placed in liquid, tablet, powders, sprays, washes, and gas phase delivery systems.

When the BioLargo Technology is incorporated into these types of products, the results are potent, safe, and degradable germ killing products that mitigate the often fatal risks of infection.

Now a publicly traded company, BioLargo holds five issued U.S. patents and is on record with more than 20 additional patent applications at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office relating to additional uses of the chemistry, the reactions and the applications of the BioLargo Technology. Utilizing this technology, BioLargo is developing products and services offered through several company subsidiaries subsidiaries.

BioLargo Water is focused on Advanced Oxidation Systems (AOS) such as the AOS Filter, a development-stage product designed to eliminate common toxic contaminants found in water in a more time efficient and less expensive manner than current technologies. BioLargo also owns a 50 percent interest in the Isan System, which was given the “Top 50 Water Company for the 21st Century” award by the Artemis Project. The subsidiary Odor-No-More Inc. offers products serving the pet, equine, and consumer markets, including the Nature’s Best Solution® and Deodorall® brands. The Clyra Medical Technologies, Inc. subsidiary focuses on advanced wound care management and is preparing to make U.S. FDA 510(k) applications in 2014.

For more information, visit www.biolargo.com

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GlobalWise Investments, Inc. (GWIV) Turns Data Overload into Dollars

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is a complex name for a simple problem. The digital age has created an explosion of information and data. Trying to effectively manage that information and data has proven to be a real problem for business. Currently, up to 85% of a company’s data is unusable; scattered throughout different areas of an organization.

ECM is a burgeoning industry that allows businesses to manage and control their information and data. Subsequently, businesses achieve better workflow and efficiencies, avoid redundancy, and even enhance security. By better managing information and data, businesses can maximize internal resources to improve customer service, increase sales, increase margins, and operate more efficiently. Effective content management can turn useless data into dollars.

Because of the growing need, the ECM industry is projected to exceed $5.1 billion by 2014 with a compound annual growth rate of 9.5%. These projections bode well for companies that deliver ECM services.

GlobalWise Investments is making its mark in this sector and is poised to capture a significant market share of fast growing ECM industry. The company, through its wholly owned subsidiary Intellinetics, delivers industry-leading software that provides cloud based solutions for today’s business demands. The company’s flagship platform, Intellivue, gives clients the ability to access and manage the content of every scanned document, file, spreadsheet, email, photo, audio file, or video tape – virtually anything that can be digitized – in their entire company from any PC, laptop, tablet, or Smartphone from anywhere in the world.

GlobalWise’s management is focused on the underserved, small to mid-size business market and with over 150 years experience continues to create solutions that deliver value and profitability to this market. Investors that want to participate in the rapid growth of the ECM industry should consider GlobalWise Investments. Their data overload solutions could put dollars in the profit column.

For more information on GlobalWise Investments and Intellinetics, visit the companies’ websites at www.globalwiseinvestments.com and www.intellinetics.com.

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Neutra Corp. (NTRR) Video Chart for Wednesday, January 29, 2014

NTRR made a solid move on Tuesday, rising 22.6 percent as it rolls off a new higher low since consolidating from $1.00 highs earlier this month. The indicators are showing bullish trend and momentum, keeping the chart on radar to make another run at the resistance at $1.00.

To view the video chart, visit the following link: http://www.qualitystocks.net/videocharts

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Victory Energy Corp. (VYEY) Targets Permian Basin’s Oil Production

Victory Energy is an independent, growth-oriented oil and gas company focused on growing proved reserves and cash flow via the continued development of existing properties and the acquisition of new resource properties.

The company will source new capital to facilitate this growth by continuing to utilize an established pipeline in investors available through Aurora Energy Partners and tapping into additional third party sources of capital when available. Victory is committed to creating long-term shareholder value by increasing oil reserves, lowering costs, boosting production volumes, and prudently managing the capital on its balance sheet.

While geographically focused onshore, the company’s primary emphasis is on the Permian Basin of Texas and southeast New Mexico. Victory strategically utilizes both internal capabilities and key industry relationships to acquire non-operated working interest positions in low to moderate risk oil and gas prospects. Its focus is on oil or liquid-rich gas projects within longer life reservoirs that offer competitive finding and development (F&D) cost per barrel of oil equivalent (BOE.)

Victory targeted the Permian Basin in particular because it is the most active play oil field in the United States, with 2,294 operational wells out of 8,800 total in the country in the second quarter of 2013. The area covers an approximately 250 miles wide and 300 miles long space, and through an increased use of enhanced recovery practices, has produced a substantial impact on U.S. soil production, making up 71% of all oil production in Texas and 17% of the total U.S. production.

The breakeven cost of doing business in the Permian Basin is about $50 per barrel. And according to consultants, production in the Permian Basin is estimated to grow 60% between now and 2016, reaching a total of 1.8 million barrels per day.

Victory Energy is a proven leader in the natural gas industry, and is financially healthy, with a long-term commitment to the development of natural gas resources. Although management takes pride in their past accomplishments, they believe there are many more opportunities ahead. To that end, they are continuing to build outside relationships with established E&P operators, geologists, and engineers who provide access to quality opportunities and the specific expertise needed for continuing success in the resource plays on which the company is focused.

For more information, visit: http://www.vyey.com

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AudioEye, Inc. (AEYE) Provides Expected Q4 Earnings, Market Outlook for 2014

AudioEye, developer of patented Internet content publication and distribution software, said it expects to report fourth-quarter revenue of more than $690,000, a sequential increase of approximately 82 percent compared to third-quarter revenue of $381,540, and drastically higher than revenue of $3,226 reported in the fourth quarter of last year.

For the 12 months ended December 31, 2013, the company expects to report a revenue of more than $1.5 million, an increase of 430 percent compared with 2012 revenue of $282,063.

The company also increased its gross profit margin to at least 74 percent of sales in the fourth quarter from 66 percent of sales in the third quarter. For full-year 2013, gross profit margin approximated 73 percent of sales.

AudioEye expects to report audited financial results for the year ended December 31, 2013, no later than March 31, 2014.

In announcing its fourth-quarter financial expectations, AudioEye CEO Nathaniel Bradley emphasized the company’s sales growth and what it means for future initiatives.

“We are proving out use cases and efficacy in profitable and scalable implementations of our industry-first software tools, and we consider the quintupling in 2013 revenue a solid indication that we are succeeding in our business plan,” Bradley stated in the news release. “During 2014, we are focused on both the replication of this success by selling more within proven market verticals, such as behavioral health, universities and pharmaceuticals, and expansion through our intellectual property licensing initiatives into government, e-commerce, real estate, entertainment, travel, leading Internet destinations and populated mobile applications. …”

Bradley also noted the U.S. Department of Justice’s stated intent to expand enforcement activities regarding the CVAA, which would require that government, corporate and educational website content be fully accessible by vision-impaired individuals, without requiring these individuals to pay additional costs relative to non-impaired website users. These changes would create a viable opportunity for AudioEye to integrate its platform and achieve continued growth, said Bradley.

“We believe our patented Audio Internet platform represents the most effective way for government agencies, companies and institutions to comply with the CVAA. Increased enforcement activities, along with efforts by corporate, government and other content publishers to fully harness the potential of the Internet, should continue to drive AudioEye’s revenue growth at a rapid pace. Based upon information currently available to the company, we expect our operations to be cash flow positive in 2014,” he concluded.

For more information, visit www.audioeye.com

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On the Move Systems Corp. (OMVS) to be Exclusive Provider of Travel Coordination for International Racing Team

Earlier today, On the Move Systems announced that it is completing a deal to become the exclusive travel and logistics coordinator for Project Libra, a professional Prototype racing team gearing up to compete in the FIA World Endurance Championship.

The World Endurance Championship features eight stops around the globe, from China to the U.S. to the U.A.E. Project Libra will be the only North American team to compete. OMVS is well-positioned to provide large-scale travel and logistics services for Project Libra through its growing network of partners and contacts.

Management expects many more professional sports clients to sign with the company. As it continues to add to its roster of online service providers and partners, OMVS is building a one-stop virtual shop for the air travel, accommodations and logistics that sports organizations can rely upon to get to competitions across the globe.

“We’re just ironing out the final details in the agreement with Project Libra now,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “We’re tremendously excited to provide services for our first professional sports clients, and we look forward to offering up innovative solutions to their unique challenges.”

Serving the needs of well-traveled, niche clientele is key to OMVS’ plans to market and develop new breakthroughs that will allow it to compete in the online travel market alongside TripAdvisor.com and Expedia.com.

For more information on On the Move Systems bold new direction, please visit www.onthemovesystems.com

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Neutra Corp. (NTRR) Working towards Replication of Anti-Staph Success in More NCAA Locker Rooms

Neutra Corp., a fast-growing provider of all-natural wellness solutions, is currently working with its joint venture partner Surface to Air Solutions, LLC for creating solutions that protect student athletes from deadly infections. The company is looking to replicate the safeguard approach adopted by Texas Christian University for protection of its athletes and make this same level of protection available to student athletes in NCAA-participating college campuses across the United States.

Earlier this year, Surface to Air Solutions, LLC acquired Zero-Blast, a Texas-based company that specializes in advanced, anti-microbial coatings for germ-infested environments such as college sports locker rooms. Zero-Blast’s top product, Armor-Blast, is a polymerized organosilane that bonds to surfaces; upon bonding, it then forms a barrier that kills germs, microbes, and pathogens on contact.

As a safe and non-toxic coating, Armor-Blast need only be applied four times a year and provides constant, strong protection against MRSA, e. coli, H1N1, black mold, athlete’s foot, and more. Zero-Blast had partnered with TCU for the past four years, and had been found to be so successful in its initial sterilizations of the university’s football facilities and equipment, its sterilization operations for the campus were expanded. The Texas company’s Armor-Blast was then used to sterilize basketball, baseball, volleyball and soccer facilities, as well as indoor field turf.

“TCU has been the perfect test case for this technology,” said Neutra Corp. CEO Sydney Jim. “Our company, along with our partners, has been in contact with numerous colleges around the country interested in replicating TCU’s success in battling dangerous infections.”

Neutra Corp. is dedicated to commercializing innovative, all-natural products to compete in the fast-growing wellness sector. For more information, visit: www.neutracorp.com

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Alkaline Water Company Inc. (WTER) Furthers Texas Market Penetration with United Supermarkets Distributor Agreement

Developers of an innovative proprietary electrolysis beverage process, packaged and sold in 3 liter and 1 gallon sizes under the trade name Alkaline88, The Alkaline Water Company announced that they’ve increased penetration into the Texas marketplace through a distribution agreement with United Supermarkets, LLC.

Founded in 1916, family-owned United Supermarkets has evolved into an award-winning retail grocery chain with stores in 30 markets across Texas. The company’s 10,000 team members accommodate the needs of nearly one million guests every week. United is currently headquartered in Lubbock with distribution centers in both Lubbock and Roanoke. The United Supermarkets family operates 51 stores under four distinct formats: Market Street, United Supermarkets, Amigos, and United Express.

“We have been lucky to have been travelling extensively throughout the region recently. Our research during this time leads us to believe that Texas could prove to be a breakout territory for us and we are very pleased to have the opportunity to work with the team at United in order to grow our brand and sales in this increasingly important key market. We look forward to a long and mutually beneficial relationship as we continue to grow our business and our product awareness across the nation,” stated Steven Nickolas, President & CEO of The Alkaline Water Company, Inc

Further details concerning the company’s business, finances, appointments, and agreements can be found as part of the company’s continuous public disclosure as a reporting issuer with the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) available at www.sec.gov.

For more information, please visit www.thealkalinewaterco.com

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The Aristocrat Group (ASCC) Reaches Exclusive RWB Vodka Sponsorship Agreement with Saks Fifth Avenue Houston

Today before the opening bell, the Aristocrat Group disclosed the upscale retailer with which it recently made an exclusive sponsorship agreement for its flagship vodka. The retailer is Saks Fifth Avenue Houston, and it has agreed for the Aristocrat Group’s RWB Ultra Premium Handcrafted Vodka to be its distilled spirits sponsor for 2014. In this capacity, RWB Vodka will be served at all of Saks Fifth Avenue Houston’s charity events in 2014, ranging from glamorous fashion shows to cocktail parties and luncheons benefiting causes such as cancer research and the arts.

The Aristocrat Group and Saks Fifth Avenue Houston unveiled their relationship at the 61st Diana Foundation Gala, the first of Saks Fifth Avenue Houston’s numerous, eclectic, high-scale social functions.

“The Gala was a tremendous event to begin the exciting partnership between RWB Vodka and Saks Fifth Avenue Houston,” Aristocrat Group President Robert Federowicz said. “Saks Fifth Avenue Houston realized the quality offered by RWB Vodka to present it to its distinguished clientele. We look forward to participating in all of Saks Fifth Avenue Houston’s eclectic events and further raising the profile of the RWB brand.”

RWB Ultra Premium Handcrafted Vodka is available in Goody Goody stores across Texas, Spec’s stores throughout Dallas and Houston, online at specsonline.com, and in 18 bars, nightclubs, and restaurants throughout the Houston hospitality scene. The top-shelf vodka also won a prestigious SIP award just last year for its quality.

Led by the award-winning RWB Ultra Premium Handcrafted Vodka, ASCC is working to build a portfolio of successful brands. Through its brand management division, Luxuria Brands, the Aristocrat Group Corp. is on the path to becoming a provider of premium luxury goods, including top-shelf distilled spirits.

For more information, visit: www.aristocratgroupcorp.com

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Hanover Portfolio Acquisitions (HVPA) Changes Name to Endonovo Therapeutics

Hanover Portfolio Acquisitions has announced that, effective immediately, it will now operate under the name Endonovo Therapeutics.

As part of this change, the company’s website, www.hanoverpai.com, has officially been changed to www.endonovo.com. The company’s email addresses will soon migrate to an @endonovo.com suffix.

The adoption of the name Endonovo Therapeutics coincides with the company’s development of noninvasive, time-varying electromagnetic field (TVEMF) therapies for inflammatory, autoimmune, and degenerative diseases, including diabetes, liver disease, and cardiovascular disease. Endonovo Therapeutics’ technology has the capability to mobilize and expand stem cells 80-fold to therapeutic levels, as well as up-regulate hundreds of components involved in the healing/regeneration process without using drugs.

The company began developing this technology in the 1980s at NASA in order to create therapies for diseases and injuries that could be experienced by astronauts during long-term manned missions in outer space. Endonovo Therapeutics is now seeking to apply this knowledge, gained over 25 years, regarding the effects of microgravity and the earth’s magnetic field on specific cells to treat diseases for earthbound patients.

“The change from Hanover Portfolio Acquisitions to Endonovo Therapeutics comes at a defining point in our company’s history,” said company CEO Alan Collier. “We have independent third-party studies that confirm the safety of our technology. The next step is to conduct clinical trials to prove the efficacy of our technology in treating several diseases.”

For more information, visit www.endonovo.com

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Innocent, Inc. (INCT) Uses Narrow, Clearly Focused Business Strategy for Strategic Growth Targeting

January 28, 2014

Innocent is an emerging oil and gas exploration and production company based out of Florida. The company has been focusing on developing reserve properties in North America. For strategic growth targeting, it maintains a narrow, focused business strategy by targeting and developing proved petroleum reserves, concentrating on 100% acquisitions and strategic joint ventures for maximizing its production capacity. By targeting low-risk, high-potential reserve properties, Innocent cuts down on risk and the costs of time and money associated with it.

Spurring the company’s efforts is an experienced leadership team, led by Mr. Wayne Doss, the company’s CEO as well as one of its Directors. For over 25 years in public and private companies, Mr. Doss has held CEO and CFO capacities. Over the past 5 years, he has acted as a consultant to and served in various capacities with small public companies, assisting them with start-ups, interim officer positions, accounting issues, and regulatory filings. In a prior role, he served as CEO of Keller Industries for almost a decade, which is a $250,000,000 building products company with over 4,000 employees. Mr. Doss holds degrees in accounting and business management from the University of Maryland.

The other parts of Innocent’s management team include talent in communications, c-level executive management across multiple industries, petroleum engineering, geology, drilling and production operations performance and management, and consulting across multiple industries. In sum, the executive management of Innocent has over 140 years of combined diverse, professional experience.

Innocent recently identified the Powder River Basin of Wyoming as one of its newest areas of focus; particularly, where the objective oil-bearing formations are less than 2,500 feet below the surface is the area of interest. Evergreen, which has over 150 years of experience in the oil and gas industry, will be the general manager of the exploration project.

For more information on Innocent, its management team, and its future objectives and plan for action, visit: www.innocentinc.com

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO): Changing the Field of Regenerative Medicine with Unique, Self-Sustaining Business Model

International Stem Cell is focused on exploring and advancing the therapeutic applications of human stem cells as well as the development and commercialization of cell-based biomedical products. The company was the first to develop and perfect a new class of human stem cells, parthenogenetic stem cells, created from unfertilized human eggs, and has established a strong patent portfolio offering clean intellectual property and freedom to operate.

Utilizing a strategy much different than the majority of other players in the biotech space, International Stem Cell generates revenues from its individual subsidiary business units that sell products developed from scientific discoveries made by International Stem Cell. Not only is this model self-sustaining with revenues used to support scientific research and development, it also provides practical, short-term applications of the core technologies.

The Lifeline Cell Technology (LCT) and Lifeline Skin Care (LSC) commercial businesses provide the foundation for International Stem Cell’s short-term application. For the six-months ended June 30, 2013, International Stem Cell reported revenues of $2.74 million, compared to revenues of $2.13 million for the prior year period. LCT contributed $1.38 million, up 30 percent year-over-year, while LSC contributed $1.36 million, an increase of 27 percent from the same period in 2012.

Therapeutic programs, including those addressing Parkinson’s disease, metabolic liver disease and corneal blindness, make up International Stem Cell’s medium-term applications. In regards to its Parkinson’s disease program, International Stem Cell has carried out several stem cell-based experiments and recently concluded its first pilot primate study with favorable results. In mid-2104, the company plans to submit to the U.S. FDA an investigational new drug (IND) application, and recently engaged Duke University as a partner to carry out the phase I clinical study of Parkinson’s disease in human subjects.

International Stem Cell’s long-term strategy is focused on therapeutic products, licensing revenue and the company’s stem cell bank, UniStemCell, the life science industry’s first collection of non-embryonic histocompatible human stem cells available for research and commercial use.

Each aspect of International Stem Cell’s business model is centered on the company’s proprietary stem cell technology. The company’s stem cells present superior immune matching capabilities and can be used in millions of people, regardless of their sex or racial background, with minimized expectation of immune rejection following transplantation.

For more information visit www.internationalstemcellcorp.com

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Allied Nevada Gold Corp. (ANV) Launches Oxidation Pilot Plant Study on Strong Phase 1 & 2 Metallurgical Results, Taps Industry Vet for Key Role

Allied Nevada Gold, coming off solid results in Phase 1 testing (using bio-oxidation as an alternative to the originally planned and more traditional pressure oxidation processing) aimed at generating saleable gold/silver dore bars from concentrates at their flagship (61.4k-acre) Hycroft Mine near Winnemuca, has come out today with a report that Phase 2 of the ongoing metallurgical program is now complete, having produced positive results which are similar to Phase 1. Extremely encouraging capital and operating cost projections developed from these latest tests have sparked the initiation of a pilot plant level study via a third party laboratory which will use the Phase 2 ambient pressure alkaline oxidation (AAO) process on rougher concentrates. The bench-scale Phase 2 work in AAO using trona (sodium carbonate and sodium bicarbonate) as the pH modifier showed superb recovery capabilities, and management is now confident that they have a stable approach vector for making dore bars on-site in a highly economical fashion.

The pilot plant (expected to be complete by the end of this quarter) will hammer out a complete processing circuit covering grinding, flotation to rough concentrate, as well as the final oxidation and leaching stages, giving ANV a really good idea of what to expect in terms of the final logistical requirements and potential further process optimizations that may be executed with the eventual construction of a full-scale oxidation plant. The extant test data will be used in conjunction with capital and operating cost analysis, alongside the pilot plant work, to produce an updated prefeasibility study by privately held full-service design firm out of Tucson, M3 Engineering & Technology, a trusted ANV ally.

Extensive technical analysis highlighting the AAO process and its use as intended at Hycroft is available in the Pennstrom Consulting memorandum (includes Hazen Research and M3 backgrounders) on the ANV website (PDF). Compelling overall recovery efficiency and the related project economics are worth taking a closer look at, with the available test data clearly indicating that processing the rougher concentrate works as well as with cleaner concentrate, allowing ANV to forego the 10% gold recovery loss typical of the necessary cleaning flotation.

The company has its sights set now on processing 100% of the rougher concentrates into dore right at the mine site, bypassing the inferior profitability metrics of the original mine plan, which only targeted roughly 33% of the rougher concentrate and which was handicapped by having to sell the remainder to third party facilities for processing. Previous production from Hycroft under the prior ownership (from 1987 to 1998) totaled over a million ounces of gold via open-pit heap leaching and since ANV picked up the digs and restarted operations in 2008, the company has successfully sold more than 500k ounces of gold and another 2.2M ounces of silver. The company also just sold off their non-core Hasbrouck and Three Hills properties (Jan 27) for $30M to West Kirkland Mining, allowing ANV to put a laser-focus on Hycroft.

Further emphasizing a strong drive to advance the Hycroft Mine, ANV has now also tapped consultant for Hycroft over the past 8 months and 40-year PM industry veteran, Garry Keizer, a construction, engineering, process operations and project management wizard, for the VP of Capital Projects slot. Keizer comes to Allied Nevada hot from the GM position (engineering, procurement and construction management contracts) over at Hanlon Engineering and Architecture in Tucson. Keizer has certainly earned his scars in the industry, working across a variety of technical and managerial roles for such heavy hitters as Barrick, involved with several major billion dollar construction projects around the world like Pascua Lama ($3B) and the $5B Pueblo Barrick/Goldcorp JV, Pueblo Viejo.

More info on Allied Nevada Gold Corp. can be had at www.AlliedNevada.com

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VistaGen Therapeutics (VSTA) Stands to Benefit from Unprecedented, Long Overdue Shift in Pharmaceutical Industry

There’s a pivotal shift taking place the pharmaceutical industry, one that bridges the gap between the company with an $80 billion market cap and heavy cash flow and the one with an $8 million market cap scraping the bottom of the barrel. That bridge is called public market, and by connecting the landmass (market space, in this case) of both companies, there is considerable and growing symmetry in the balance of power between the pharmaceutical giants and the little guys.

In an interesting article entitled, “The Big Guys Have Lost Their Iron Grip, and It’s All Good,” author Luke Timmerman likens big pharma’s relationship with the small biotech players to his seventh grade physical education teacher, who used his size and a “patented ‘pinch’” to drag students to his office for disciplining.

Noting that big pharma companies for the last decade have taken the upper hand at the bargaining table against small companies with high-potential new therapies, Timmerman writes:

“That’s no longer true. The little guy with a promising new drug candidate can walk away from a low-ball bid and go public now. The rising tide of the stock market has roughly doubled the group of companies that have the cash to buy innovative new drugs. …What it means, essentially, is that the little guy in biotech that develops most of the innovative products suddenly has options. … More people will now be encouraged to start new biotech companies, to invest in them, and they will be fairly rewarded when successful. It’s the healthiest environment for innovation that I’ve seen in years.”

Here’s what used to happen. Biotech companies painstakingly and expensively worked for years to advance their innovations from idea through the development to validating results in clinical trials and setting out in search of licensing deals or acquisition. Then, a big pharma would flag the potential of this drug candidate and low-ball a measly bid to the biotech company who didn’t have the power to negotiate or ask for more.

“Then along came the great biotech bull market of 2013. It was the second-biggest year on record for biotech IPOs, with 52 companies going public by my count. The Nasdaq Biotech Index rose 66 percent last year, compared with the broader Nasdaq Composite Index, which saw a 39 percent gain,” writes Timmerman.

With the numbers comes leverage, and mid-cap pharmaceutical companies have grown into positions of opportunity to compete in acquisition bidding wars against bigger industry players. Now, small biotechs are in a better position to play the field of interested bidders and negotiate higher upfront payments, and more profitable milestones.

Take small-cap biotech company VistaGen, for example. VistaGen is focused on advancing its stem cell technology for drug rescue with the goal of generating a pipeline of drug rescue variants that it plans to license or sell them to larger biotech and pharmaceutical companies who have the resources to further develop and commercialize the product.

VistaGen is addressing major challenges in the drug development process based on the patented and clinically predictive drug development capabilities of its Human Clinical Trials in a Test Tube™ platform. In today’s market, VistaGen has an incredible change, buoyed by several variables, to sell its drug rescue variants to a larger company that will be willing to shell out a fair price.

“Part of what’s driving the higher prices, of course, is simple supply and demand. There’s always a scarcity of great new drugs in the pipeline … Pharma companies are as hungry as ever, and desperate in some cases, to fill up their meager R&D pipelines. … The big guys should be able to pick up a steady stream of innovations they can purchase, at still-reasonable prices. A few (not more than a handful) of venture capital firms will refill their coffers. They, along with a few good entrepreneurs, will be encouraged to invest in more groundbreaking, platform type technologies …,” states Timmerman.

Thanks to increasing equilibrium of power between pharmaceutical behemoths and innovative small-cap plays, companies like VistaGen find themselves in an unprecedented position of power and opportunity.

Read Timmerman’s full article here: http://www.xconomy.com/national/2014/01/20/the-big-guys-have-lost-their-iron-grip-and-its-all-good

For more information, visit www.vistagen.com

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eCrypt Technologies, Inc. (ECRY) Meets Email Security Needs of Government and Military Sector with Encrypt One

Encrypt One is a military-strength email and encryption system that was developed by eCrypt Technologies and is being successfully used in the healthcare, law enforcement, legal services, and financial services industries. The technology is also being used in the government and military markets, for which it is ideally suited because of its assurance of the security, integrity and auditability of email and attachment communications, in transit and at rest.

The Encrypt One system optimizes enterprise security by removing human vulnerabilities, fortifying against data leaks, device theft, and email-borne threats, providing granular role based access controls for system administrators and securing communications with third parties, like vendors and clients. For the government and military sectors in particular, the system provides a number of specific solutions:

Securing Intra-agency and Inter-agency Collaboration
Enabling agencies to communicate securely with each other without compromising internal security or group, leadership and personnel divisions.

Securing Cross-border collaboration
The visitor access point is a completely secure email interaction portal. It enables agencies to communicate securely with external parties, such as vendors, suppliers and foreign government agencies without compromising internal security or structure.

Seamless Integration
Easily conforming and integrating into existing network enterprise equipment. The use of open standards where possible, ensures the highest levels of interoperability, availability and compatibility, with existing and future enterprise infrastructures.

Compliance
Enabling agencies to control, audit and verify the integrity of emails and attachments. Ecrypt One ensures compliance with acts, standards and regulations such as the Federal Information Security Management Act (FISMA). Source code and applications are available for review in accordance with government compliance requirements.

Access Controls
Providing agencies with absolute ability to control and limit access to the system, preventing the unauthorized access to, and distribution, of data.

Productivity and Mobility
Extremely transparent and seamless implementation and deployment, low latency, and excellent human factors interface for efficient workflow experiences. Inherent security within the self-contained system enables agencies to secure email and attachments on all types of devices including desktop computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones.

With its four-phase approach, ranging from discovery to post-sale support, ECRY and Encrypt One are well-equipped to provide the government and military markets, as well as other industries, with a revolutionary, optimized security experience. For more information about Encrypt One, visit the website at www.encryptinc.com.

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