Monthly Archives: February 2015

Home Recovery Health Services Model by MIT Holding, Inc. (MITD) Features Cross-Marketing Advantages

February 27, 2015

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The road to recovery can, but doesn’t have to, be a long, stressful and expensive one. Adequate homecare after a hospital stay can play a substantial role in reducing the mental and physical stresses on the patient, thereby minimizing the length of recovery, associated costs and reducing the risk of hospital re-admission.

Los Angeles-based MIT Holding has developed a unique approach to the fourth and fifth phases of medical recovery – the dependent patient and recovery/rehabilitation stages – by offering a complete need-fulfillment for the patient during their at-home recovery period following a medical event.

MITD’s single-source approach provides a personalized recovery period in which more patient information and recovery needs are discovered and efficiently addressed for the patient. Through its current portfolio of services, MITD can arrange for patient pharmaceuticals, intravenous infusions, medical management services, and in-home or ambulatory center therapies. In addition, durable medical equipment services (DME) enable the company to offer home medical equipment, from crutches to hospital beds, either for sale or for rent.

By shouldering these components of the recovery process, this innovative concept greatly benefits the care provider and patient while allowing MITD to cross market its goods and services to the patient to enhance revenue streams.

The actual model is designed as such: an MITD representative meets with the hospital discharge planner and patient on the day of the patient’s discharge from the medical facility. The MITD representative alleviates patient burden by taking full responsibility in arranging in home or local clinic appointments, medication, medical equipment needs and insurance approvals. In most cases, the products and services offered by MITD are already pre-approved by the patient’s health insurance. MITD meets and/or exceeds major U.S. health insurance requirements, which enables the company to directly bill and receive payments from carriers on behalf of the patient as well as company agents and facilitators.

Until MIT Holding stepped into this space, there was virtually no single-source service provider of an all-inclusive product line of medical goods and services for this mandatory market.

As an example of how the model works, consider the fact that a patient recovering from a respiratory illness will typically require four-to-six weeks of recovery. In this case, ta patient’s visit usually requires a four-hour visit from a registered nurse (RN) to administer an intravenous infusion of antibiotics. During the visit the RN will review the patient’s prescription history and current medications. Any additional medications the patient or other family members are taking will be priced through MITD’s affiliated compound pharmacy and delivered directly to the home.

Insurance companies will normally pay for most items and services that will speed recovery. For example, patients with a respiratory illness are advised to sleep in a reclined position. The insurance company will not buy a hospital bed, but they are likely to cover the cost of a temporary rental.

When you consider the number of patients in need of at-home recovery assistance, it’s obvious why MITD is innovating in this market of the healthcare industry.

According to a CDC Report, in 2013 alone more than 35 million patients were discharged after a nearly five-day stay in a non-federal hospital. In the same year, outpatient services exceeded 100 million patients in non-federal facilities. These facilities normally have an insured or self-insured patient base.

Based on these figures, MIT Holding sees a nationwide market potential of more than 135 million patients annually to which it can cross market its invaluable products and services while working toward its broader mission to lead medical and technological innovations to enhance the physical, emotional and aesthetic quality of life.

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Economic Impacts of Depression Impacts are Staggering – VistaGen Therapeutics (VSTA) Aggressively Pursues Treatment

If you think depression only affects the individual suffering from the disorder, or even their friends and family, think again. As a nation, depression affects all of us in one way or another. According to a report from the Journal of Clinical Psychology, a staggering amount of that impact is economic.

Depression (MDD) is the leading cause of disability for people aged 15-44, reports OptumHealth Reporting and Insights. Financially, that equates to billions of dollars spent on workplace costs, direct costs (which includes medical claims and pharmaceuticals) and suicide-related costs. Annual costs of MDD rose 21% to $210.5 billion in 2010, according to the Journal of Clinical Psychology, compared to costs in 2005.

Most experts agree that depression rates worldwide are on the rise. While there are nearly 50 variations of anti-depressants available in the U.S. alone, the often extensive trial and error process of finding a drug combination that reduces a patient’s depression symptoms is known to take months, even more than a year, and involves risks of serious side effects, including suicide. Studies show that fewer than 40% of depression sufferers benefit from first round treatments with current antidepressants, and the likelihood of achieving remission of depressive symptoms declines with each successive treatment attempt. Even more atrocious, as many as 15% of individuals suffering with MDD commit suicide.

There is an obvious, unarguable need for a breakthrough – a new generation of safe and faster-acting antidepressants.

One such candidate is ketamine, often used as an anesthetic but also popular as a dangerous street drug. The risk of potential abuse of ketamine, its intravenous administration, and its psychosis-like side effects somewhat crimp widespread acceptance in the medical field. And yet, ketamine’s rapid-acting effectiveness against treatment-resistant MDD is hard to ignore.

In San Francisco, a publicly traded, clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company is hard at work advancing its equally, if not more promising, solution – AV-101, an orally active NMDA receptor modulator.

Backed with funding by the U.S. National Institutes Health (NIH), VistaGen Therapeutics is collaborating with Dr. Carlos Zarate – a highly esteemed NIH clinician known for his deep experience with ketamine and other NMDA receptor antagonists – on a phase 2 clinical study of the efficacy and safety of AV-101 in subjects with MDD. As reflected by the NIH’s support, VistaGen’s AV-101 has the potential to deliver the rapid-acting antidepressant effects of ketamine, but without any of ketamine’s serious side effects.

Dr. Carlos Zarate is among the NIH’s leading clinical researchers on depression and other mood disorders, serving as the Chief of the Section on the Neurobiology and Treatment of Mood Disorders and Chief of the Experimental Therapeutics and Pathophysiology Branch at the National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH). He will be the principal investigator of the NIH-funded Phase 2 study of AV-101 in MDD. VistaGen and the NIH anticipate completing this important study in 2015.

In two prior NIH-funded randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 1 safety studies, AV-101 was well-tolerated and not associated with any severe adverse events. Nor were there any signs of sedation, hallucinations or schizophrenia-like side effects often associated with ketamine.

In addition to its candidacy as an effective MDD treatment, preclinical studies have also shown AV-101 as a potential as a treatment for other widespread CNS-related conditions, including chronic neuropathic pain and epilepsy, Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease.

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Well Power Inc. (WPWR) Observes State and Federal Pressure to Reduce Flaring – Plays to Company’s Strength

Well Power, a development-stage company focused on distributing micro-refinery units in Texas and around the world, is seeing growing pressure from environmental groups at the state and federal levels concerning the sore topic of gas flaring. Analysts within the oil and gas production industry anticipate what they refer to as the forthcoming, increasingly tighter restrictions in an effort to curtail the practice.

Just this month, several new items have become apparent. In North Dakota, a new Senate bill designed to levy taxes and royalties on wasted natural gas within 14 days after a well begins production has been put forth, representing a sharp reduction from the 12 months which companies are currently being afforded.

Wyoming is also watching the introduction of a House bill calling for gas flaring taxes with lost revenues for the state being promoted as a primary justification. North Dakota legislators argue some $11.5 million in gross production tax revenues could be collected if their legislation is passed. In Wyoming’s Powder River Basin, a nearly identical dollar total was flared in the first ten months of 2014 alone, according to analysis by Casper’s Star-Tribune.

Essential to WPWR’s strategic operating position in the market, the company leverages its license to integrate technologies such as the Micro-Refinery Unit (MRU) system developed by Canada-based ME Resource Corp. The MRU technology, a unique combination of proven commercial technologies and a proprietary micro-reactor system to handle the hydrocarbon processing and catalytic reactions, converts flared, stranded, or vented gas into either on-site clean electricity, or readily saleable Engineered Fuels™ like diluents, no-sulfur drop-in diesel, and pipeline-quality synthetic crude.

Well Power focuses on distributing micro-refinery units in Texas and internationally. The company also intends to provide oil and gas producers and operators a solution to process wasted natural gas, including stranded, shut-in, flared, and vented gas; and produce engineered fuel and electrical power.

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Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. (PNOW) Commences Oveedia Funding – Eyes System-Enhanced, Active Media OTA Platform

Pure Hospitality Solutions announced that the company has aligned with Oveedia project development partners for the purposes of kicking off the next round of funding efforts intended to complete and enhance the impending soft launch of the Central American-Caribbean, online social travel hub, Oveedia. This funding proposal increases Oveedia’s overall valuation, from seven to eight figures.

Mr. Melvin Pereira, President of Pure Hospitality Solutions commented, “Remember, the basic platform was tested across 118 hotels, substantially increasing occupancy at each property. Today’s product, designed particularly for today’s market, is not your grandfather’s OTA. It’s not even your father’s OTA for that matter. Oveedia is a dynamic, travel system platform, assured to boast interactive media components and snazzy social media integrations. There will be nothing like it.”

Development partners at Pure’s Oveedia are taking what’s characterized as a traditional route in capital raising for the project. Management reports suggest that funds for Oveedia on the whole are being raised through private, controlled funding rounds. This will manage expected growth, minimize dilution and contribute to the systematic increase of valuations prior to the next series of rounds. Pure’s management also seeks to make operational adjustments with the intention of eliminating high carry cost and the associated financial pressures thereby contributing to long-term value to shareholders.

The Oveedia funding teams have assured Pure’s management that the act of capitalizing the Oveedia project privately is feasible. Further, the group has already received one monetary commitment.

Mr. Pereira summarized, “We have only one objective in mind, to develop and position Oveedia for early acquisition. Either as a ‘systems’ travel product, or region specific OTA, we are confident the next 36 months will reward Pure and all of our loyal shareholders.”

PURE provides proprietary technology, marketing solutions and branding services to hotel operators and condominium owners. The company’s vision is to build competitive operations in the areas of online marketing and hotel internet booking engine services, hotel branding and own, operate and from time to time develop boutique hotels under the new, “by PURE” brand.

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Coastal Integrated Services, Inc. (COLV) Busting the Lid on the Beverage Industry

February 26, 2015

Beverages on the go have been a wildly popular segment of the food-service economy in the last couple of decades thanks to boutique coffee shops, increased mobility of consumers in general and the technology of cups and lids improving to reduce splatters, splashes and spills. At the same time, cups and lids have been around for a very long time, so it is hard to imagine there being any real innovation or “the next big thing” in this space that would generate buzz.

Then Simply Lids, Inc. came along and decided to do a life-hack.

Simply Lids, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Coastal Integrated Services, Inc. (OTC: COLV), has come along and is focused turning the beverage industry on its head with one of the more innovative designs you will see, and it is causing a disruption in the beverage-to-go industry. Simply Lids’ new design is engineered in such a way so as to ensure drinking with little interference from the lid. It is like drinking directly from the cup without removing the lid – and the technology greatly reduces spills, splashes and splatters more than even more conventional lid designs. And these lids can have a promotional capability on them, where a company can place its logo or website address on the lid to enhance marketing opportunities.

Something so seemingly mundane as a beverage lid can actually disrupt an industry when it steps out of the mundane and truly separates itself. And the Simply Lids beverage lid is taking the food-service industry by storm, as evidenced by the nomination of Simply Lids for the Edison Award, given to the company with the greatest, most impactful and influential innovation of the year; and a recent bid for two billion (as in 2,000 million) of these lids to a prominent seller of hot beverages.

Two developments like these to the same company in a seemingly saturated food-service sector do not just happen by accident. It happens by innovation and disruption, and it is clear that the everyday to-go beverage lid is moving into another dimension thanks to Simply Lids and Coastal Integrated Services, Inc.

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The One World Doll Project (OWOO) Makes Its Case with Vivica A. Fox “Prettie Girls!” Fashion Doll

For the last five years Trent Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby of The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, have worked tirelessly to make a significant positive cultural impact through the doll category. The company’s physically attractive dolls are unique works of art and are developed and commercialized for a growing market clamoring for a different type of a product. In the case of OWOO, this is a doll that both embraces contemporary girls of many races and symbolizes the women they can become. The Prettie Girls!™ are one-of-a-kind in their look, their life stories and backgrounds capturing the essence of values and optimistic attributes that every little girl dreams of. Developed for play, The Prettie Girls!™ set new, higher, values-based standards for what our culture means by “pretty.”

For young girls, the company creates a doll that is a friend, a partner in play, while offering a look at their vivid and ambitiously exciting dreams. For young women, it is a symbol of who they are, how much they can achieve, and a keepsake of the best times of their lives. For the collector, The One World Doll Project delivers a stylish work of art that can become an integral part of a valuable growing collectors’ market.

An exquisite example the company’s passion to change the face of the doll industry while setting a positive aspiring tone in the hearts and mind of little girls around the globe, Vivica A. Fox was named last month as the doll line’s first celebrity collector’s doll of 2015. As the model for One World’s most recent product, Fox will help promote the company’s rapidly growing The Prettie Girls! brand.

The Prettie Girls!™ are a collection of fashion play dolls which exhibit diversity in culture, interest and style. McBride-Irby, former Mattel® designer most notably known as creator of the So In Style® dolls (the first African-American dolls by Mattel), designed the Prettie Girls! for a growing market in need of a new type of experience. The Prettie Girls! embody the positive values and attributes that little girls long to associate with

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Resort Savers, Inc. (RSSV) Makes Entrance into European Market

Resort Savers, an investor in companies with innovative and market-ready petroleum industry technologies for potential installation and distribution throughout the Greater China market, has officially made its entrance into the European investment market with XingRui International Investment Holding Group, Ltd., a Seychelles Corporation wholly owned by RSSV. XingRui will make investments into fast-growing resort and residency development projects.

“We will be making an exciting announcement in the beginning of March about our potential resort acquisition in Portugal. The Chinese are world travelers and exceeded 100 million outbound travelers last year. Our resort and residency development investments throughout Europe will target the 64% of China’s rich–which we define as having assets of more than $1.6 million–who are traveling for pleasure or seeking to make residency real-estate investments,” Zhou Gui Bin, president of RSSV, stated in today’s news release.

RSSV’s European resort project in Portugal will be marketed to wealthy Chinese tourists seeking vacation and sound investments. RSSV expects a full-occupancy campaign coordinated with such groups as AICEP, a Portuguese government agency that works to attract foreign investment. According to AICEP, 80% of Golden Visa investors in Portugal have been Chinese buyers, which will be seeking the type of resort upscale accommodations in which RSSV intends to acquire and invest.

“Chinese investors are part of a giant tourism boom that has spent in the past year alone a record $US164 billion in overseas travel. They are seeking to visit and enjoy Chinese-owned properties around the world. Under President Xi Jinping, Chinese world travelers have become a symbol of China’s global resurgence,” Zhou Gui Bin stated.

“We have studied and are adapting our investment strategy towards portfolio platform investment opportunities for this well-heeled market both in Portugal and in key markets worldwide. We want RSSV properties to be the Chinese travel and investment destination of choice.”

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Bolsters Business Relationship with Collabria, LLC through Expanded License Agreement

Cleartronic, a technology holding company, has announced that it has entered into a new License Agreement with Collabria LLC, a communication software company located in Tampa, Florida. The agreement further solidifies the business dealings between the companies and pairs Cleartronic, with its new subsidiary ReadyOp Communications, Inc., making the two companies the primary means for future marketing and sales of the ReadyOp platform. The ReadyOp platform is currently being marketed by Collabria LLC. The agreement calls for the issuance of shares of Cleartronic stock to Collabria LLC in return for a master distributor relationship for the ReadyOp platform. Specific terms of the license agreement were not disclosed.

Cleartronic Chief Executive Officer Larry Reid stated, “We have had a strategic relationship with Collabria prior to this, but Collabria has maintained their own sales and marketing focus. With this agreement, our new ReadyOp Communications subsidiary will take the lead role of marketing ReadyOp. Our marketing efforts will include local, state, national and international clients in multiple industries and government agencies. We will also continue the integration of our hardware products with the ReadyOp communications platform.”

Collabria’s CEO, Marc Moore, added, “This new licensing agreement will provide the opportunity for us to focus our sales and marketing efforts in one company while maintaining the development work on the communications platform in a separate entity. The ReadyOp platform is now proven and in daily operational use by many agencies at all levels of government and internationally. We will now be expanding our marketing efforts in our existing markets and expanding into new territories. Additionally we have added several new capabilities to ReadyOp in recent months that enhance its power, speed and flexibility.” Mr. Moore’s also holds a Director position at Cleartronic.

Cleartronic is a technology holding company that creates and acquires operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises. For more information on the company visit

Collabria’s software suite ReadyOp™ provides government agencies, hospitals, first responders, companies and unified commands with multiple communication capabilities and options in a single, secure platform. ReadyOp supports daily operations, incident management, special event planning, and emergency response and recovery. For more information, please visit

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Eyes Growing Oil & Gas Opportunities in Powder River Basin

Falcon Crest Energy strategizes to minimize risks associated with oil and gas exploration by developing proved petroleum reserves in North America. At the same time, the development-stage exploration and development company strives to maximize profit by strategically acquiring and liquidating selected oil and gas properties.

Complementary to these objectives, Falcon Crest’s approach is to utilize advanced oil and gas production technologies to rapidly increase production levels and generate predictable, sustainable value. On course with this plan, the company recently acquired the remaining 25% of, and now currently owns a 100% working interest in, nearly 585 acres in Crook County, Wyoming.

By acquiring the remaining interest in the leasehold, Falcon Crest has maximum flexibility in terms of exploring and developing the project. With exploration of the leasehold in its final stages, Falcon Crest is now focused on what makes the play particularly attractive, namely shallow drilling depths of less than 300 meters.

The company’s broader focus on the Powder River Basin is validated by industry forecasts that the state of Wyoming is on the verge of a second oil boom. Falcon Crest, as well as major energy companies and industry analysts, recognize the tremendous untapped potential of the Powder River Basin’s conventional and tight formations and are gearing up for action.

By steadily increasing its interests in the Powder River Basin, Falcon Crest plans to be an active part of the opportunistic, highly anticipated drilling frenzy in Wyoming.

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Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. (PNOW) Places Heavy Emphasis on Strategic Partnerships Ahead of Oveedia Launch

February 25, 2015

Pure Hospitality Solutions, a provider of proprietary technology, marketing solutions and branding services to hotel operators and condominium owners, today said it has secured strategic business relationships to support the upcoming launch of its FROL booking engine, rebranded as Oveedia, the anticipated Central-America-Caribbean Online Travel Agency (OTA), in Costa Rica later this year.

“Take a serious look at the OTA market,” Melvin Pereira, president of Pure Hospitality, stated in the news release. “One would not ask why, but rather urge us to pay close attention to the revamp of FROL. The reason is simple. Central America and the Latin countries of the Caribbean, currently appear to lack a centralized OTA. With OTA acquisitions now appearing to be back in the spotlight, being on the ground and having tested the platform in Costa Rica, we believe we have a strong competitive advantage.”

Further evidencing the company’s confidence in the OTA market, Pure Hospitality highlighted the primary growth model of Expedia, Priceline, Orbitz Worldwide and Travelocity, which the company says is demonstrative of the contribution of region-specific OTAs to dynamic reach.

Also noting Expedia’s recent $1.3 billion move to acquire Orbitz, Pure Hospitality said it expects other acquisition opportunities to follow and stated that, “This may particularly be the case along the roads seemingly less traveled, such as the larger portions of those nine countries making up the Central America-Caribbean region.”

Pereira concluded the news release by describing Pure Hospitality’s expectations for Oveedia in the current travel environment.

“We’re putting much thought into client-partner/investment-partner relationships to help ensure that Oveedia’s soft launch target date is attainable,” said Pereira. “We’ve increased our concentration and participation in Oveedia’s development, anticipating it to be the most socially integrated OTA system available to the Latin travel markets.”

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Start Scientific, Inc. (STSC) Strategically Focused Through Farmout Agreements and Four Primary Projects

Start Scientific works at building shareholder value in the area of oil exploration, drilling, extraction and delivery of sweet crude oil. The company’s business model is focused on its ownership of concessions and leases of 120,000 acres in Romania encompassing six existing oil and gas fields. STSC holds interests in Pickens Field covering approximately 1,560 acers located in Madison and Yazoo counties; and two working interests in oil and gas leases in Matagorda County, Texas. The Austin, Texas, company has been strategically focusing on its business model since 2004 and has charted its course through four major projects since its inception.

Discovered in 1943, The Flora Field is located in Madison County Mississippi approximately 20 miles north of Jackson. The field has produced over 7,650,000 barrels of oil from the Selma Gas Rock Formation in the Anderson sand. Five wells are currently producing around 30 barrels of oil per day. Industry reports lead STSC to believe the remaining oil in the Anderson sand exists on approximately 255 acres to the south and 40 acres to the north with remaining oil trapped in the anticline. Corroborating data suggests the potential in the Anderson sand could be as much as 737,500 barrels of oil.

Another STSC project involves Palacios Texas Field which covers approximately 5,000 acres where shallow wells were drilled for more than 50 years. It is a complicated fault control structure with known hydrocarbons from near the surface to 16,600 ft. with gas estimates of a trillion cubic ft. with 30 to 50 million barrels of condensate.

The Williston Basin is a expansive hydrocarbon ‘super basin’ classified in a 2008 report issued by the United States Geologic Survey as one of the world’s largest oil and gas prospects, which covers an large-scale land region including Eastern Montana, North Dakota, Northern South Dakota and Southern Saskatchewan, and is believed to be the largest domestic oil discovery since Alaska’s Prudhoe Bay.

For over a decade, horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing has opened up vast amounts of natural gas and oil reserves in Clay County West Virginia. At first, the “shale” formations provided targets of opportunity due to sheer volume, thickness and depth. Today, with advancements in steering technology, companies like Start Scientific are discovering shallow, thinner reservoirs that are now accessible and thus revealing an abundance of opportunity.

Start Scientific is a development-stage oil and gas development, exploration, drilling, and extraction company. The company’s long-term goal is to grow and develop existing oil and gas leasehold interests and acquire new interests within and without the continental United States. In addition, the company plans to acquire interests in older wells that, with the application of newer technologies, may increase production and reserves.

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Zenosense, Inc. (ZENO) MRSA/SA Detection Device to Benefit as Obama Admin Calls for Doubling of Federal Spending to Address Rise of Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria

HAIs (health care-associated infections), like dangerous and increasingly antibiotic resistant MRSA/SA (Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus) infections, are increasingly being cited as a major concern among hospital staff and administrators. The growing alarm is due in part to how these bacteria can colonize a patient or surface in a persistent fashion and then spread, causing serious infections in otherwise relatively minor wounds or inside a patient’s body, where the already problematic infection is even more difficult to treat.

Mortality figures are already quite alarming, with the CDC’s rough estimates showing around two million Americans infected per year by some kind of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, leading directly to somewhere in the neighborhood of twenty three thousand fatalities and almost one hundred thousand associated fatalities. The growing use and abuse of antibiotics when they are not needed is accelerating the evolution of bacteria and there may now be a cascade failure of the existing antibiotic treatment paradigm, making early, accurate detection of infections like MRSA/SA more important than ever before.

With early detection also being a key factor for survival rates, the MRSA/SA detection system currently being developed by Zenosense, via a partnership with leading Spanish sensor manufacturer Sgenia Group’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Zenon Biosystem, could prove to be a real life saver. For ZENO, the device will no doubt become a serious money maker as well, with health care facilities around the globe invariably turning to the company’s technology in order to create a necessary security envelope, which will ultimately function very much like existing smoke detection systems.

Zenosense’s MRSA/SA detection device, when commercialized, will be formatted as both a stationary room-based detector and a battery-operated wearable, designed to be either carried by staff, or by specific patients. The device continuously monitors for carefully targeted VOCs (volatile organic compounds) and sounds an alarm buzzer upon a successful detection, long before an infected patient begins to demonstrate signs of an infection. The device uses a sophisticated, proprietary software platform and relatively cheap off-the-shelf hardware sensors configured as a virtual multi-sensor array. This virtual array design allows a single-chip architecture to continuously run multiple scans while simultaneously discriminating against background VOCs beyond the target scope, making the device cheap, yet highly accurate.

Such a device would be cost-effective enough to roll out across the country and/or globally in a variety of healthcare, assisted living and eventually even home settings, bringing life-saving early infection detection to the masses. With the recent move by the Obama Administration to seek nearly double last year’s federal spending on addressing antibiotic-resistant bacteria’s rise, as set forth in the current budget for fiscal 2016, there will be plenty of money floating around out of the approximately $1.2 billion being sought, for funding development and commercial roll out of such devices as the one Zenosense is readying.

With over half the money from the 2016 National Strategy for Combating Antibiotic Resistance budget going to the NIH, CDC and VA, to cover a range of antibiotic-resistant bacteria issues, ZENO is in a prime position to capitalize on the logistically inefficient current modality of clinical laboratory testing for MRSA/SA presence. With a variety of costly/ slow and cumbersome lab testing being the currently accepted standard, a device like the one ZENO is developing, which can simply sniff the air for VOCs, has the potential to reshape the face of the MRSA/SA response curve dramatically.

The emergence of once-weekly intravenous doses of dalvance and oritavancin as an alternative to daily vancomycin treatment means that MRSA/SA, if detected early, could start to be cleaned up more readily, reducing the overall incident rate in the U.S. significantly. Unfortunately the cost of such treatments is still rather steep, putting even more pressure on the industry to find ways to detect the infection earlier, when it can be treated more effectively and quickly, thus reducing the overall cost of a given treatment schedule.

One can easily see the ZENO early detection device playing a key role in bringing about a new paradigm for handling MRSA/SA across hospitals in the U.S., and the same benefits of this low-cost, highly effective platform technology, means that institutions like schools and universities, as well as health clubs and sports franchise locker rooms could also benefit.

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MIT Holding, Inc. (MITD) Offers Patients an Opportunity to Relax in Style

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With advancements in medicine, technology and quality of life, people are, on average, living much longer these days than they ever have before. In an effort to further improve quality of life for its patients, MIT Holding, Inc. (OTCQB: MITD) partners with hospitals, physicians, facility based providers, pharmaceutical manufacturers and healthcare payers, through its portfolio of services, to provide post-acute care to patients nationwide. In addition to educational programs and in-home treatment options, the company offers unique travel ventures designed to dramatically improve its patients’ quality of life without creating unnecessary medical risk.

The MIT Holding’s Medical Sea Cruises program will offer individuals who require dialysis or infusion treatment the opportunity to travel abroad with family and friends without missing out on required medical care. The company’s commitment to the care of its patients is the foundation for its unique travel options. With dedicated and trained medical professionals readily available throughout their vacation, patients can relax in style without unnecessary fear of health-related complications.

The company’s travel programs open the door for thousands of patients whose travel may have been highly restricted in the past. According to reports from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 29.1 million people, or 9.3% of the U.S. population, struggle with diabetes, which accounts for just over 38% of kidney failure cases throughout the country. As a result, nearly 230,000 people of all ages live on chronic dialysis, which can seriously restrict the opportunity for prolonged travel.

The company’s mission is to be the leader in medical and technological innovations created to enhance the physical, emotional and aesthetic quality of life of its patients. While MIT Holding continues to serve its patients throughout Georgia and South Carolina with high quality ambulatory care and home infusion services, few programs can compare to the potential to enhance the overall freedom and quality of life of patients presented by the company’s Medical Sea Cruises program.

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Boreal Water, Inc. (BRWC) CEO Provides Recap of 2014 and Future Expectations

Today before the opening bell, Boreal Water Collection issued the following letter to Shareholders from the Company’s Chief Executive Officer, Francine Lavoie.

Dear Shareholders,

I would like to take this opportunity to share several noteworthy achievements our Company made during 2014.

Boreal Water’s mission is to provide high-end private labeled bottled water and last year we were very successful at gaining multiple prestigious and high-end accounts. We expect to continue to increase our sales and earnings for years to come.

Notably, in 2014 our baby water product line successfully entered the Chinese market and is now in many high-end retail outlets and online retailers. Our baby water is recognized in China as being pure, sodium free, BPA free, and bromate free with low mineral content and a balanced PH. Those are all perfect conditions for quality baby water!

As well, we now have on staff a full-time representative in Shanghai by the name of Miss Zhao. In 2015 she will expand our presence in China and aggressively continue to build our sales.

During the last quarter of 2014, we were able to increase our sales by 23% as compared to last year’s fourth quarter while increasing gross margin 15%. Our team worked at positioning Boreal for consistent, profitable, long-term growth. Focusing on the fundamentals and building a stable business will drive revenues and earnings upward in years to come.

Our company is committed to bringing more public transparency and information by devoting resources to investor relations and awareness. We hired QualityStocks for that mandate. They specialize in broadening the influence of micro-cap and small-cap companies to help attract growth capital and improve shareholder value.

When I reflect on how far we’ve come over the past few years, I couldn’t be more motivated and optimistic about what we will achieve in 2015 and beyond.

As CEO, my primary responsibility is to deliver shareholder value and to ensure the ongoing growth and success of the Company. We are excited about the numerous opportunities at hand that we will be pursuing this year and in the future. Over the next twelve months we want to add additional board members as well as partner up with well-established brokers to expand our US sales and distribution. We expect these initiatives, coupled with the successful execution of our growth strategy, will drive shareholder value along with financial and operational growth.

On behalf of Boreal Water Collection, I look forward to you sharing in our success for years to come.

Francine Lavoie
Chairman and CEO

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Mobile Lads Corp. (MOBO) Technology Poised to Capture Evolving Retail Traffic

The explosive growth of smartphone proliferation is fueling a boom in the mcommerce market for solution developers who can master the game of improving user experience and security for shoppers, as well as customer engagement metrics and the ability to leverage data for retailers. With over four and a half billion people using a smartphone last year according to eMarketer research, as over a billion devices were shipped running Google (NASDAQ:GOOGL) Android and nearly 200 million were shipped running Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iOS 8, the rush is officially on in the m-commerce market to capture this rapidly growing traffic and channel it towards retail.

Overall, the global smartphone market was up roughly 30% last year alone to around 1.3 billion, with roughly 1.75 billion total users and eMarketer forecasts smartphone penetration climbing further in coming years, rising to just under 70% of the global population by 2017 as screen sizes grow and 3G/4G networks advance. The Chinese equivalent of ecommerce powerhouse Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN), Alibaba (NYSE:BABA), is certainly banking on the growing trend towards m-commerce, having recently plunked down a $590 million investment in Chinese consumer electronics giant, Meizu Technology, one of the top ten smartphone manufacturers in the country.

A smart move considering the fact that Asia-Pacific, the Middle East and Africa are now increasingly seen as choice target markets for new initial smartphone user growth and YoY growth rates in mcommerce went supernova last year. M-commerce smashed a string of several quarters of YoY growth in the 20% range last year, according to industry analysis by comScore, which reported Q2 2014 mcommerce growth of 47%, crushing discretionary retail’s 3% growth and the 10% growth seen in softening desktop ecommerce.

This white-hot market is where wide-area wireless transaction software solutions developer, Mobile Lads (OTC: MOBO), is making its play, with an increasingly sophisticated portfolio of technologies and properties that cater to the evolving mcommerce space. Grounded in their overall market approach by bedrock technologies like the real-time mobile transaction security service, xmVerify, and the automated, volume-based billing solution, xmBilling – MOBO is turning heads with the xmOne mobile product offering in particular, which is designed to be a top choice for colleges and universities for flex-dollar account top-up and ID card purchasing.

The patented xmOne platform is a standalone and highly secure mobile phone service environment that allows transaction authorization and processing, as well as prepaid account top-up and ancillary services, such as balance verification, or account notifications and alerts, all from the convenience of the user’s mobile device. This innovative solution leapfrogs existing limitations of top-up solutions in use at campuses all over the world, bypassing security pitfalls like web access via unsecured public computers, or costly and logistically inefficient automatic deposit machine solutions, and antiquated campus card offices.

Mobile Lads has recently gone even further down this road towards m-commerce transformation of the economy via a key joint venture agreement with Domark International (OTC: DOMK), to buy up and take control of the North American rights to their online shopping platform, including ( Simba Deals is a leading global shopping community based on Domark’s platform technology, which offers the best deals on a variety of top brands in fashion, beauty and lifestyle, as well as deals on electronics, home and garden, books and media, sports, toys and games, grocery and gourmet, baby and kids, and even ticket or experience products.

The Monetizer101 platform, which has been operating in Europe for some time with great success, fuses a variety of core market players, like retailers and media owners, as well as consumers, into a single online discount shopping network. Because the system is designed to reward media owners for driving traffic to the retailers and retailers are able to sign up for no cost, while only paying commissions on traffic-generated sales, the site represents a symbiotic relationship between these three elements. Consumers can get great deals on their favorite brands while supporting the media they enjoy and retailers can offload discounted inventory they haven’t been able to move as readily through traditional channels, while also promoting their online offerings via a single high-traffic location.

Mobile Lads has taken another step down this road as well with their development and launch of a quick-list coupon site designed to make digital coupons easily discoverable by consumers. CouBox, which is built on the Google App Engine, is designed around the consumer experience modality and gives the customer all the power, allowing them to grab what they want, unlike other/similar platforms that simply shove promoted content at the consumer. Moreover, CouBox is a coupon aggregator, populating its system with a huge variety of choices as a service to the customer, making it a one-stop-shop for deals that collects coupon items from entities like Groupon (NASDAQ:GRPN) and RetailMeNot (NASDAQ:SALE). The CouBox system can even issue users auto alerts via mobile at their behest, notifying them of select deals as they become available.

CouBox dovetails exceptionally well with the Simba Deals architecture and Mobile Lads is fast becoming a technology and services dynamo in the burgeoning mcommerce world. The company is clearly setting itself up to take advantage of the growing trend among value-conscious consumers, who are increasingly using their smartphones to shop or conduct transactions.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Paves the Way for Enhanced Communication Integration

February 24, 2015

Cleartronic, a technology holding company, is continuing to unify popular communication solutions. The company, through its subsidiary ReadyOp Communications, Inc., is currently providing government agencies, hospitals, ports and airports, first responders, schools and universities and other companies with the ability to integrate multiple communication capabilities into a single, secure web application.

The company is the leading distributor of the control software suite, ReadyOp™, which is designed to support daily operations, special event planning, incident management and emergency response by allowing team members to quickly communicate across multiple devices including cell phone, push-to-talk (PTT), secure voice, radio, video, text message and email. Whether personnel needs to communicate verbally or quickly share information such as photographs, ReadyOp™ has the flexible capabilities needed to get the job done.

Designed through extensive review of the plans of first responders, hospitals and government agencies, ReadyOp™, which was developed by Collabria, LLC, is flexible, simple and fast to implement. By eliminating the need for new hardware, the application opens the door for anyone with access to the internet to begin communicating information in less than five minutes.

Collabria, in cooperation with Cleartronic, provides a product that unifies communication protocols, and Cleartronic hopes to save lives, property and time in daily operations and in emergency situations through its worldwide rights to market and sell the application. In addition to instant communication capabilities, automatic logging and storing of all communications create a renewed sense of accountability, which should lead to better overall results across a variety of industries.

ReadyOp™, as well as the company’s VoiceInterop technologies, provides budget-constrained companies and municipalities with an affordable interoperable solution for communication. Cleartronic expects to set new standards for performance in the burgeoning market, which has been created by the rapid evolution of communication mediums over the past decades. As the communication integration market continues to grow, Cleartronic has positioned itself on the cutting edge of the industry with both its marketing rights to ReadyOp™ and its subsidiary communication solution, VoiceInterop.

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Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE) Enters Hong Kong Education Market


Wasting no time in leveraging the powerful tools of its newly acquired subsidiary, Sibling Group Holdings recently announced that it has agreed upon the terms of a partnership with a selection of secondary schools in Hong Kong.

In order to better prepare students attending Lok Sin Tong Schools for the Hong Kong Diploma of Secondary Education (HKDSE) final exam, a test taken by college-bound seniors throughout the Special Administrative Region of China, the non-profit organization will use Writing Planet™, a web-based writing practice tool produced by Sibling Group’s newest subsidiary, Urban Planet Mobile (UPM). The partnership, which was entered between UPM and Integrative Counseling Services Limited, could provide access to a host of schools with enrollment totals topping 9,000 pupils.

“There is a growing emphasis in the HKSDE on English language proficiency, and in particular competencies-based skills such as reading and writing,” noted Peppina Tse, Vice President of Integrated Counselling Services. In particular, students learning English struggle with improving writing skills. According to a report from the University of North Carolina, writing is an extension of listening and speaking, and, therefore, students must have established confidence in their language abilities before written output can be effectively improved.

It is in this area that Sibling Group’s web-based writing practice tool is most valuable to international learning markets. “It has been proven that more writing practice with immediate feedback using programs such as Writing Planet can lead to improved scores,” continued Tse.

The terms of the initial partnership include several of Lok Sin Tong’s secondary schools, and the international foothold in one of the world’s most highly populated and rapidly developing regions puts Sibling Group’s potential for growth at an all-time high.

According to a report from World Bank, enrollment in secondary schools throughout Hong Kong is trending upwards towards 90 percent of qualifying students. With more than 1,100 schools throughout the city, the demand for English educational solutions such as Writing Planet is immeasurable. With successful results from its partnership with Integrative Counseling Services and Lok Sin Tong, Sibling Group’s potential for international growth is effectively limitless.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) – Extending Brands onto the Digital Space

Consorteum Holdings backs innovation with specification, providing fast, mobile solutions that help brands extend their presence onto the digital space – a necessity today because online is where millions of people look to shop and buy. On the one hand, Consorteum helps some businesses connect to the 20-something and 30-something consumers driving today’s technology agendas. On the other, it uses loyalty programs to help other businesses retain customers while still maintaining a reasonable profit margin. As a result, Consorteum enjoys the business of diverse clients who love the company’s attention to program documentation.

Consorteum is aware of the complexities involved in delivering digital media content across mobile devices. Different operating systems, user interfaces, and form factors can create barriers to the easy launch of commercial initiatives so Consorteum’s solutions address these issues. The company’s mobile offerings combine a hybrid mobile application with a thin client server platform, allowing it to deliver thin client applications to mobile devices.

Consorteum is able to provide this hybrid solution through a subsidiary, ThreeFiftyNine, which has developed a Universal Mobile Interface (UMI) that offers advanced security options and unrivaled flexibility. The subsidiary’s UMI offers a powerful solution for an economical investment. The interface, which is built on a mobile platform, allows developers to create, update and modify content while it maintains the device integration, content delivery and content display. It also provides for geo-location, geo-fencing, security and e-commerce while still using the native functionality of individual mobile devices. Ultimately, mobile users need only download the application once and the UMI will deliver the resulting content, regardless of operating system updates, new content, or website enhancements.

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eCareer Holdings, Inc. (ECHI) Visitor Count of HR News Source Soaring

eCareer Holdings, a developer and marketer of branded career content sites, has reported a 1,000-percent increase in visits to its re-launched website, a source of news for human resource and recruiting professionals. ECHI also highlights recent performance results of its job board platform and the expansion of its sales force.

The Q4 2014 re-launch of touted content format, “viral news” – which has realized hundreds of affirmative comments from members of the HR industry in a short, ninety day period. Additionally, “Daily News” subscriptions have experienced significant growth with approximately 23,000 daily news subscribers.

Mr. Joe Azzata, CEO of noted, “After analyzing’s traffic last year we recognized the incredible potential the site offered. We set out to achieve this success with a complete overhaul of the website, the addition of a powerful job board platform and implementation of a new ‘viral news’ design. We’re pleased that our strategy has so rapidly produced significant traffic increases and positive feedback from job advertisers and industry professionals.”

The format is working. Its new jobs section response rates are trending up to four times higher than the leading national job board. This offers clients with unprecedented outreach to top human resources, staffing, and recruiting professionals within the Openreq™ community and on the TheJobNetwork™, the largest recruitment ad network of job sites in North America.

To ensure the highest level of qualified responses, jobs posted on are automatically distributed on a monthly basis reaching millions of active and passive job seekers across the Internet, and monitored as part of targeted ad campaigns. This targeted distribution produces higher rankings in search engine and paid job site search results, generating an average increase in qualified response of 200%. In addition, the new site allows hiring managers to save time by automatically screening, grading and ranking applicants, as well as returning qualified passive job seeker matches in real-time from the site’s resume database.

eCareer Holdings is an early-stage high growth Internet marketing company. By developing branded career websites focused on specialized “Internet Job Verticals,” the company’s goal is to provide the most effective job advertising platforms in the marketplace. With an emphasis on the use of superior technology, eCareer Holdings will address the high demand for and the shortage of skilled professionals in specific sectors, while attracting clients with strong advertising budgets. The company is headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida.

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VistaGen Therapeutics, Inc. (VSTA) Working to Revolutionize Depression Treatment

Ketamine has been shown as an extremely effective treatment for patients suffering from major depressive disorder (MDD). Unfortunately, its prospects for widespread therapeutic use are exceptionally limited because of its high potential for abuse, dissociative and psychosis-like side effects, and required intravenous administration in a medical center.

VistaGen Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: VSTA), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, is currently collaborating with Dr. Carlos Zarate and the U.S. National Institutes Health (NIH) on an NIH-funded Phase 2 clinical study of its new drug candidate, AV-101, for the treatment of MDD.

The industry is buzzing about AV-101, which is orally-active, because it may rapid-acting antidepressant benefits that are extremely similar to intravenous ketamine, without ketamine’s limiting side effects. “We are excited by the strong preclinical efficacy data supporting the ketamine-like antidepressant effects of AV-101, as well as the rapid and efficient oral-delivery and clinical safety range demonstrated by our successful Phase I clinical studies,” said H. Ralph Snodgrass, President and CSO of VistaGen. The company expects to complete its Phase 2 study by the end of this year.

While current MDD medications are part of a multi-billion dollar global antidepressant market, the available treatments have limited effectiveness in many cases. Although two out of three patients eventually find a drug combination that induces remission of their depression symptoms, the trial and error process that is presently in use is known to increase the risks of patient tolerability issues and serious side effects. Sadly, as many as 15 percent of individuals suffering with MDD commit suicide as a result.

AV-101’s mechanism of action is fundamentally different compared to current MDD medications. AV-101 works by modulating NMDA receptor channel activity by selectively binding to, and blocking, the glycine-binding co-agonist site of the NMDA receptor. By targeting the glycine-binding co-agonist site, the company’s drug candidate can bypass the adverse effects associated with ketamine without eliminating its surge of glutamate, which provides a powerful antidepressant effect to the patient. VistaGen’s AV-101 could prove to be the perfect solution to correct the flaws in the current treatment process.

MDD is a widespread and debilitating mental disorder affecting nearly 7 percent of U.S. adults. VistaGen, through its AV-101, could be on the brink of a breakthrough for MDD patients who do not benefit from existing antidepressants.

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Boreal Water Collection, Inc. (BRWC) is a Boutique Bottler with a Pure Spring Source in the Booming Global Premium Water Market

February 23, 2015

Growing global health trends, combined with an increasingly apparent lack of safe drinking water around the world, have produced considerable momentum in the bottled water space and premium mineral waters from untouched natural springs. Within just the last handful of years a dramatic shift has occurred in beverage consumption by adults all over the globe towards healthy choices and the bottled water market was even recently pegged in a new report published by Transparency Market Research as being on track to hit around $280 billion by 2020, growing at a CAGR of 8.7%. analysis indicates a 20% growth rate over the past decade in the number of adults consuming five or more bottles of water per day, even as their consumption of beverages like diet and regular soft drinks plummeted. A Netscribes report also shows that the global trend towards bottled waters, and premium water in particular, is rock-solid, with the premium sparkling water market and enhanced or functional waters emerging as not only a favored beverage choice among global consumers, but as a healthy lifestyle fashion statement and even a fashion accessory. Currently, the breakdown of the bottled water market is roughly 65% still (regular), 23% carbonated, 7% flavored, and 5% functional, with the Asia-Pacific market forecast to outstrip all other markets over the next five years, running a 10.5% revenue CAGR on the strength of high-volume consumption, growing disposable income, and growing concerns over water quality.

IBISWorld’s recent report on U.S. bottled water production put the domestic market alone at over $8 billion in revenues last year, with more than 40% of the market being dominated by a tiny handful of players, including Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) and Nestle (OTC: NSRGY), who have devoted an increasing amount of attention to the bottled water market in recent years, despite being brands more widely recognized for beverages like sugary soft drinks and chocolate milk. And yet the high-end, premium, private label market is still largely underdeveloped. Nestle’s water division for instance accounts for upwards of 10% of trading operating profit, with India and Indonesia remaining strong markets for the company, but players like Nestle only do broad spectrum consumer waters, where there is stiff competition and their biggest regional rival, France-based Danone (OTCQX: DANOY), is seeing similar headwinds in China. Outfits like the rapidly growing private group, Hangzhou Wahaha, which is able to capture market share more readily with its strong rural distribution network and established brand presence for nutrition drinks and teas, is taking the big boys to the cleaners in the broader consumer market. With all the competition focused on the broader consumer space, the major players have left the niche premium water market largely untouched.

One of the up and coming players in this burgeoning sector today is Boreal Water Collection (OTC: BRWC), an award-winning provider of premium bottled water, which is sourced from their abundant and pristine spring deep in the heart of the Catskill Mountains. BRWC caters largely to the attractive niche market of high-end private label clients, exploiting their established presence as a boutique bottler to capitalize on this still largely overlooked and fragmented space. BRWC CEO, Francine Lavoie, personally flew to attend the FHC China Show late last year to help capture more of this choice target market for Boreal’s premium bottled water, as the FHC show is the essentially the exhibition of choice for food and beverage importers, attracting key decision makers from across the Chinese retail, import, and hospitably sectors.

The hospitality market is a core demographic for BRWC, as evinced by their landing the Chatwal Hotel (New York) last year as a new client. The Chatwal Hotel is a luxe boutique hotel just two blocks off Times Square and Bryant Park, which occupies a gorgeous landmark building styled with 1930s art-deco interiors, attracting a select clientele that demands the very best in bottled waters. The Chatwal Hotel is well known for its luxurious spa, featuring an indoor saltwater pool and 24-hour fitness center, as well as The Lambs Club Restaurant & Bar, a fine-dining restaurant with a chic little bar, making this client an ideal addition to BRWC’s growing list of such high-end hospitality industry clients. High-end hotels like Chatwal are turning more and more towards providers like BRWC, who can offer custom bottle design and labeling, as well as premium water content that will whet the whistles of their discerning clientele.

Boreal Water Collection produces a wide variety of still, carbonated, flavored and functional waters, like caffeinated and mineral enhanced, and they have a broad array of bottle design options for their clients to choose from. Boreal does all its bottles in-house as well and uses extremely safe, high-quality PET plastics, which are not known to leach any chemicals suspected of causing cancer or disrupting hormones, like BPA plastics that make up most of the cheap water bottles on the market today. BRWC even uses company-owned PET moulds to produce their bottles, ensuring the highest standards in quality, and the bottles also have custom safety caps and seals to ensure no leaks occur and no air gets in to contaminate the product. Moreover, BRWC uses a rigorous ozonation process to disinfect the bottle and cap prior to bottling, leaving nothing in the bottle but the pure, clean taste of the spring water produced from deep inside thick, impermeable layers of prehistoric clay at the company’s natural spring source.

Water connoisseurs know that origin source makes all the difference when it comes to taste and health benefits, and that waters taste much different depending on where they come from, as well as what kind of source geology is present. The Boreal Water Collection spring is 600 million year-old Precambrian host rock that is naturally isolated from surface drainage and run-off, and the waters are produced through a dense series of layered crystalline shelves that act as a natural filter, giving the company’s water an incredibly delicious mineralized purity that has won them admirers from around the world.

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Sparta Commercial Services, Inc. (SRCO) Tallies 14 Years of Growth through Targeted Vision

Since its establishment in 2001, New York-based Sparta Commercial Services has efficiently learned to identify the needs and interests of its target markets and develop innovative products and services specifically designed to meet those needs.

Through its Specialty Reports subsidiary, Sparta has developed customized mobile applications for powersports, automobile, recreation vehicle, marine, and agriculture equipment dealers as well as for racetracks, restaurants, liquor stores, schools and any other small- to medium-sized company. The app gives businesses a modern channel of communication to notify customers of promotions and special events, and gives them the ability to view new and used inventory and communicate directly with the service department, among other features.

Specialty Reports also serves as an online source for a variety of vehicle title reports, including for motorcycles, recreation vehicles, automobiles, light trucks, and commercial (heavy duty) trucks. The company’s online history report products include, a motorcycle vehicle title history report provider;, a RV vehicle title history report provider; and, an automobile and light truck vehicle title history report provider, and, a commercial (heavy duty) truck vehicle title history report provider. This service takes the guesswork out of car buying and helps consumers make educated and wise purchase decisions.

Sparta’s Municipal Lease Financing Program for local and/or state agencies throughout the country provides an economical way for these establishments to finance essential equipment such as police motorcycles and cruisers, EMS equipment, busses and virtually any type of other municipal equipment requirements.

By catering to the individual and diverse needs of its client base, Sparta continues to grow and diversify innovative offerings which serve as catalysts for industry and corporate expansion.

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IFAN Financial, Inc. (IFAN) White Paper Reveals Trends and Challenges in Payments and Social Commerce Market

IFAN Financial, a company focused on the design, development and distribution of software to enable enhanced mobile payments, announced it has made accessible a new corporate white paper focusing on trends and challenges in the payments and social commerce spaces and how IFAN’s solutions are at the forefront of change.

The document, entitled “21st Century Solution for Mobile Commerce: Decreasing vulnerability and increasing convenience of online transactions,” can be viewed at the company’s investor relations page found on the web at

Additionally, the IFAN publication highlights the need for secure and innovative technologies in the e-commerce and m-commerce (mobile commerce) markets. The white paper also raises awareness regarding fraud risk, potential issues with existing available payment options, and the leadership role IFAN is creating as the industry evolves.

IFAN Financial President and CEO J. Christopher Mizer commented, “The incredible growth in e-commerce and m-commerce create both opportunity and risk for consumers and retailers. Amidst changing market dynamics, we’re pleased to explain this paradigm and how IFAN’s technologies’ support the future of the payments industry. The white paper presents important industry data as well as our innovative and aggressive approach to this exciting space.”

IFAN Financial, Inc. along with its wholly owned subsidiaries, designs, develops and distributes software which facilitate mobile payments. These include the ability to use a debit card and corresponding PIN number while purchasing online on a mobile phone, tablet, or computer and conducting peer-to-peer cash transfers.

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Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc.’s (PNOW) Engagement with Sabre Travel Network in Full Swing

February 20, 2015

Pure Hospitality Solutions’ agreement with Sabre Travel Network is in full swing and the prospects of adding 125,000 base hotels to the Oveedia platform are now real. Adding fuel to Pure’s enviable position within the Central American-Caribbean niche, Sabre’s resources boasts an affiliate network of over 400 airlines, 16 cruise lines and at least 25 car rental selections.

Melvin Pereira, President of Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. commented, “Having previously worked with Sabre, I’m excited to align Oveedia with a complimentary platform; a company that has access to not only 125,000 hotel properties, but also hundreds of airlines, cruise lines and car rental agencies. There is no doubt that our niche is the Central American-Caribbean region, but to add a platform that has vendors across the world, will instantly expand our visibility and rapidly increase our potential projected growth.”

Company insiders say Costa Rica’s Nayara Hotel, previously rated by TripAdvisor as the second best hotel in the world, listened intently to some of Mr. Pereira’s related observations. Having had the opportunity to meet with the management team at Nayara a few years ago, Mr. Pereira offered instruction on the proper use of internet optimization and social media. Today, “they are the second best rated hotel in the world,” stated Pereira. “Although I would never dare take credit for the ultimate success they achieved, I am pleased to see that similarly with other hotels, rental agencies and vacation property management groups in Costa Rica, my advice to this executive team on the proper ways to optimize their internet presence, may have made some difference in their success. Nonetheless, I am quite confident in the future success of Oveedia.”

PURE provides proprietary technology, marketing solutions and branding services to hotel operators and condominium owners. PNOW’s vision is to build competitive operations in the areas of online marketing and hotel internet booking engine services, hotel branding and own, operate and in some instances develop, boutique hotels under the new, “by PURE” brand.

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Pan Global Corp. (PGLO) – Investing in Making Life Green

Pan Global Corporation is a sustainable infrastructure and renewable energy technology company headquartered in Carson City, Nevada. A pioneering company, Pan Global is on a mission to become a leader in its field through the development, ownership and operation of environmentally-sustainable energy and infrastructure projects in a variety of markets and sectors.

The company invests in energy and infrastructure projects that promote a low carbon, resource efficient and socially inclusive green economy – one that substantially reduces environmental risks and ecological scarcities and results in improved human well-being and social equity.

Pan Global has a significant, but not exclusive, focus on developing investment opportunities in India.

There are key business opportunities in the Indian market for water management, water purification and waste-water treatment initiatives, for example, and Pan Global is working toward introducing technologies in these areas in the Indian context. In certain cases where the technology is available for general use, the company will endeavor to develop projects directly. In other cases, it may simply license the technology from the patent holder.

Additionally, Pan Global is looking to invest in non-energy infrastructure projects and technology that deliver environmentally-sustainable solutions in place of traditional technology. The company is actively involved in incubating and funding investments in green projects that encompass innovative solutions for basic infrastructure as well as energy-efficient and renewable energy technology.

Pan Global searches for opportunities to develop projects in the field of water distribution, amongst others. The company’s management believes the Indian agriculture sector, for one, is ready to embrace technologies that substantially reduce environmental footprints. This could be done by improving the efficiency of water use, and Pan Global intends to invest in water remediation and management projects in various sectors.

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