Monthly Archives: June 2015

BIO-key International, Inc. (BKYI) Expanding the Market Potential of its Biometric Identification Solutions

June 30, 2015

BIO-key International, Inc. (OTCQB: BKYI) is a leading provider of advanced fingerprint biometric identification solutions to commercial and government enterprises, integrators and application developers. The company’s award-winning finger identification technology is currently used in some of the world’s largest identification deployments in order to improve security, guarantee identity and reduce identity theft. BIO-key’s software-based products are optimized to deliver fast and accurate user authentication on any device, network or internet environment, giving the company a highly scalable asset to promote future growth.

In March, the company expanded upon its existing product offerings through the announcement of EcoID, a compact USB touch fingerprint reader that delivers top quality identification at an unprecedented price point. With a manufacturer’s suggested retail price that’s substantially lower than other USB touch scanners, BIO-key will look to leverage this product in order to secure a larger share of the touch fingerprint reader market.

In May, BIO-key highlighted an additional, potentially expansive application for its technology when it announced a partnership with HealthCast, Inc. to deliver innovative solutions for single sign-on (SSO) and secure two-factor authentication for electronic prescription of controlled substances (EPCS) to clients across the United States. Potential customers include leading hospitals and hospital systems, such as Rady’s Children’s Hospital in San Diego, California, the first hospital in the country to deploy an EPCS solution utilizing the company’s proprietary EpicCare EMR technology.

“We understand that the doctors and nurses appreciate innovative technology that streamlines what was once a time-consuming and less secure process,” Jim Skidmore, vice president of sales at BIO-key, stated in a news release. “We are pleased to provide our solutions with those of HealthCast to meet these needs.”

Despite a decline in revenue during the first quarter of 2015, BIO-key is in a strong position to capitalize on the wide-spread potential applications of its technology in the months to come. By focusing its sales and marketing efforts on large enterprise and government opportunities, the company will look to achieve vastly increased revenue for the remaining quarters of 2015. In May, BIO-key reported a pipeline of sales opportunities valued at $30 million with which to promote this forecast financial growth.

“We made good progress across the business during the first quarter, helping to solidify our outlook for the balance of 2015 and beyond,” Michael DePasquale, chairman and chief executive officer of BIO-key, stated. “Though our first quarter sales performance fell below last year’s level… we are on target to achieve our full year revenue guidance of five to seven million dollars and expect to demonstrate the strength of our sales effort in our second quarter performance.”

For prospective investors, BIO-key’s recent progress toward expanding the market potential of its innovative biometric technology makes the company an intriguing option to consider moving forward. As it looks to convert upon the massive potential of its sales pipeline, look for BIO-key to take steps toward increasing its share of the domestic security software industry.

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DelMar Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (DMPI) Addressing Treatment Resistant Brain Cancer through Development of Promising Drug Candidate

DelMar Pharmaceuticals, Inc. (OTCQX: DMPI) is a clinical and commercial stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of novel therapeutics for the treatment of cancer. The company’s leading product candidate, VAL-083, is a first-in-class small molecule chemotherapeutic that is currently undergoing clinical trials in the United States as a potential treatment for refractory glioblastoma multiforme (GBM), the most common and aggressive form of brain cancer. Previously, the drug candidate has been the subject of extensive research by the U.S. National Cancer Institute, and it is currently approved for the treatment of chronic myelogenous leukemia (CML) and lung cancer in China.

In June, DelMar presented an update on its phase I/II clinical trial of VAL-083, and the initial results provide a promising outlook for the company. Despite having failed prior treatment with standard front-line options and having a growing GBM tumor at the time of enrollment in the DelMar clinical trial, 59 percent of patients treated with VAL-083 recorded better than average survival rates. With proper dosing, an improved median overall survival of about nine months was achieved, which marked a meaningful survival benefit over currently available treatment options.

“The overall survival demonstrated at the higher doses in our clinical trial with only two cycles of treatment is clinically meaningful in comparison to published outcomes in this patient population,” Jeffrey Bacha, president and chief executive officer of DelMar, stated in a news release. “We consider these results to be positive and supportive of the further development of VAL-083 as a potential new therapy for GBM patients who have failed other available treatments.”

In the months to come, DelMar will initiate activities to prepare for advancement to registration-directed phase II/III clinical trials of VAL-083. As the company approaches the eventual commercialization of its drug candidate, early results indicate that it could have the potential to replace temozolomide as the standard of care in newly-diagnosed GBM patients whose tumors express features correlated with resistance to standard chemotherapy.

The potential market for DelMar’s drug candidate upon commercialization with the United States is expansive. According to the American Brain Tumor Association, nearly 700,000 people in the U.S. are currently living with a brain tumor, and nearly 70,000 new cases are diagnosed each year. Among these cases, approximately 17 percent are related to GBM. By providing an improved therapeutic option to temozolomide-resistant GBM, the company is in a strong position to promote sustainable growth moving forward.

For prospective shareholders, DelMar’s continued progress toward the domestic commercialization of VAL-083 makes the company an intriguing investment option in the coming months.

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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) – Bolstering Its Operations

Well Power’s attention is firmly on the ways it can help curb the flaring of wasted gas, a persistent and growing problem in the United States. To contribute in this area, the company gained an exclusive license to distribute ME Resources’ micro refinery unit (MRU) years ago and, since then, has been actively promoting this flare-reducing technology to potential investors and other interested parties.

As part of Well Power’s marketing efforts, companies involved in oil and gas production are invited to explore partnership opportunities with Well Power and learn more about the MRU which, once developed, is expected to process and transform wasted raw natural gas into electric power or engineered fuels. Although there are still some operational matters and regulatory changes to study, the successful development and deployment of a mobile, modular micro-refinery unit should create many lucrative opportunities for Well Power and ME Resources.

In addition, Well Power is bringing in new blood to continue to fuel its operations. Early this year, the company expanded its board of directors to include Robert V. Shields, an entrepreneur, professional engineer and petroleum industry veteran. Mr. Shields has been a professional engineer for more than 30 years. His petroleum industry experience is widespread and includes expertise in the areas of drilling, production operations, economic evaluations, identifying and securing international exploration mineral leases as well as raising equity capital from institutional investors in the United States and overseas.

Mr. Shields is a welcome addition to the Well Power team. His early years of employment include tenures with major oil and gas companies including Occidental International. He has extensive cross-cultural management experience as manager of drilling/production operations in Libya, Philippines, Brunei (offshore), the continental USA, Western Canada and the Canadian Arctic. Over 20 years, he also founded and became an owner/partner in four successful private oil companies which have collectively spent $C160 million and accrued a total exit value of approximately $C760 million. Additionally, in 2000, he co-discovered the largest conventional natural gas find in Canada, the Ladyfern field located in NE British Columbia. His combined experience in capital raising, engineering and entrepreneurship within the oil and gas industry will contribute vital insight to Well Power’s corporate goals and mission.

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WRIT Media Group, Inc. (WRIT) Bringing Amiga, Atari Era Classics to Mobile, Set-Top Markets

With mobile gaming revenue set to overtake the console market as of this year, growing by around 20 percent to clock in at around $30 billion, according to analysts at gaming-focused global market research and predictive analytics firm Newzoo, the market is now ripe for retro gaming on the mobile. Especially after a banner 2014 for mobile, which saw more than 2.4 billion tablets and smartphones shipped, according to analysis by IT research and advisory firm Gartner. Whether it is stuff that was just coded last week and compiled for the latest Google (NASDAQ: GOOG) Android and Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) iPhone – or it is classic content, delivered to PC and set-top streaming devices via services like Steam – the gameplay is what gets people, and content is king.

That is why WRIT Media Group (OTC: WRIT) wholly-owned subsidiary, Retro Infinity, has been working with Amiga Games, Inc. (AGI) to bring a treasure trove of classic content from the late 80s and early 90s to the modern market. These are not titles that require considerable development expenses to produce, or will be hit-or-miss in terms of an ability to appeal to end-markets; they are tried-and-tested gaming experiences from Amiga, Atari and other platforms of that era. By licensing proven and existing game libraries, mastering them for a more connected era of content distribution choices, and allowing publishers to generate revenue off previously dormant titles, Retro Infinity provides a conduiting solution for elegantly launching old content to new devices.

The Amgia and Atari brand conjure up fond memories to a lot of gamers who grew up in that era. From top-down squad based shooters like Cannon Fodder, which was praised for its numerous levels, reflex-based puzzle solving and high skill requirement, to paradigm-defining gameplay experiences like Lemmings, the Amiga had a sizeable library of really good games. Titles like Super Cars 2, Kick Off 2, Eye of the Beholder, F29 Retaliator, and The Settlers show the range, as well as depth of gameplay experiences which can reside in the publisher’s library, and yet they go untapped by mobile and other potential markets. Any serious gamer knows that quality is more about the overall experience and feel of a game than just the graphics. This is a major driving force behind the rise of indie gaming – which in most cases now is an homage to retro games, both in terms of gameplay and aesthetics – as well as the resurgence of retro gaming itself.

Retro Infinity’s proprietary technology allows games that have already successfully connected with audiences in the past, to be seamlessly adapted and republished for the widest variety of platforms. Whether it is a new generation of gamers going back and discovering amazing content that has complexity, deep stories, exciting gameplay and fluid game mechanics through their PC, tablet, console/microconsole or set-top box, or older gamers rediscovering those same experiences through their mobile device. Retro gaming has immense appeal to a large and growing market. With major developers today heavily focused on top-tier, big budget games that must sell extremely well in order to be considered successful, the mid-tier market has been left largely vacant, opening the door to an explosion of indie development over the last few years.

This content vacuum is so powerful that it has even drawn the majors back in of late. Electronic Arts (NASDAQ: EA) wowed the sector at its E3 2015 press conference not with Mass Effect Andromeda and Star Wars Battlefront, but with a humble little physics-based puzzle platformer, Unravel, and its subsequent touting of a strategic move to do more external content in the future like this off-beat indie game. This strategy move by EA takes a page out of the playbook of French developer Ubisoft (OTC: UBSFY), which, while better known for its top-tier titles like Assassin’s Creed and Far Cry, has seen great responses recently from its puzzle adventure game Valiant Hearts, and the platforming RPG Child of Light.

The push by gaming sector majors back into the realm of indie and retro gaming illustrates how hot the market is for content, especially when it lends itself to being easily adapted to the burgeoning mobile and set-top spaces. WRIT Media Group has put together the technology and know-how to mine through the highly-mineralized content of the retro gaming world, and deliver that content in the best format to end-users across a spectrum of devices.

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One World Holdings’ (OWOO) Conference Call to Deliver Update on Wal-Mart Roll-out Efforts

One World Holdings’ subsidiary is preparing to conduct a stockholders conference call today, July 1 at 11:30 a.m. ET. The call will deliver an update on the national roll out of product in Wal-Mart Stores (NYSE: WMT) and plans for its business expansion.

Conference call speakers will include Joanne Melton, One World Holdings CEO and creator of the Prettie Girls! doll line, Stacey McBride-Irby. The call’s host will be Trent T. Daniel, founder of The One World Doll Project.

Due to an anticipated large participant turn out, the call will run in listen-only mode. Those who wish to join should dial in at 712-432-0075 pin 278621# no later than 11:28 a.m. ET. The call will last approximately 45 minutes and a recording will be posted to the company website after the call.

The company’s thrust into the retail arena is providing OWOO the foundation it needs for generating its revenue base. At the beginning of Q3, the company announced a 532 percent increase in year-over-year revenue for 2014 while its national expansion puts One World in a strategically desirable position to build on this growth for the foreseeable future.

The Prettie Girls!™ represent a collection of fashion play dolls designed to give a sense and look of diversity in culture, style and interest. McBride-Irby, former Mattel® designer known for creating the company’s first African-American doll, designed the Prettie Girls! aimed at a growing market in need of a new type of experience. The Prettie Girls! take on the positive values and attributes that little girls can relate to and associate with.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Reaffirms Optimism in Shared Economy Model

On the Move Systems, focused on the development of various technologies across a wide range of industries, today said one industry analyst’s bold prediction on how the continued rise of 3D printing will alter the freight business in OMVS’s favor reaffirms the company’s bullish stance for the long-term growth prospects for its “Uber-for-Trucking” shared economy platform.

The trucking analyst noted that 3D printing’s rapid climb will enable manufacturers to source more of their materials closer to the factory, thus making national truckers more dependent on local freight networks to deliver materials. To thrive in this coming era, the pundit continued, long-haul carriers will need to build and strengthen their networks with smaller, independent truckers.

This prediction holds great promise for OMVS, which is currently building a revolutionary shared economy business model that will enable these national trucking firms to do exactly that, both online and on demand.

Today’s trucking companies rely on technology to maximize profit from their vehicles, and OMVS’s upcoming platform will enable truckers to not only build networks, but maximize equipment utilization, recruit drivers, and effectively price their services.

“It’s a daring prediction, and one that plays directly into our long-term research and due diligence,” OMVS CEO and President Robert Wilson stated in the news release. “Our revolutionary Uber-for-Trucking platform can help long-haul carriers in building their local networks, and aid local truckers in strengthening ties to long-haul carriers wanting access to their market. Those using our service will be in a great position to succeed when this forecast comes to pass. And OMVS will be in a great position to benefit from strong revenues from these users.”

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Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Providing Mobile Solution to Navigating Potentially Dangerous Food Allergies

Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK) caters to the underserved marketplace for people with dietary restrictions and its associated organizations through the continued development and commercialization of the ContentChecked, MigraineChecked and SugarChecked smartphone applications. The company’s innovative apps, which are currently available on both Google Play and the Apple App Store, allow users to scan food products for food allergens and other unwanted ingredients and provides recommendations of alternative products and recipes that fit within the user’s dietary preferences.

“Born from a father’s confusion and frustration about what to feed his daughter and her friends with specific food allergies, Content Checked was founded to design and develop solutions that will positively impact individuals’ health,” Kris Finstad, chief executive officer of Content Checked, stated in a news release. “[W]e see ContentChecked as being a critical tool to newly diagnosed food allergy families just learning to read labels and finding safe foods.”

In recent years, the prevalence of potentially life-threatening food allergies has rapidly increased. According to data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the occurrence of food allergies and associated anaphylaxis increased by 18 percent between 1997 and 2007. Today, an estimated 12 million Americans suffer from food allergies, including eight percent of all children, based on a study by the Food Allergy Initiative. For Content Checked, these statistics highlight the potentially massive market appeal of its groundbreaking suite of apps moving forward.

Since being founded in 2013, Content Checked has developed a robust database of allergens, migraine triggers and food ingredients that directly correlate with food allergies or other potential health concerns, which forms the basis of its proprietary apps. This database currently features hundreds of thousands of products, and its highly scalable design will allow the company to expand its services into potentially lucrative markets around the country with limited modifications and investment.

In April, Content Checked prepared to build upon the early progress of its product suite by officially going public. This move allowed the company to secure $1.9 million in funding for the continued development and promotion of its apps. In June, Content Checked gave individual investors improved access to trade shares of the company by listing on the OTCQB exchange.

“Meeting the increased compliance and information requirements of OTCQB provides our investors greater confidence in the information disclosed by the company and ensures our commitment to accountability and transparency,” continued Finstad. “We will continue working toward our goals of uplisting in the future to the NASDAQ stock market and growing our business.”

For prospective shareholders, Content Checked represents an opportunity to invest in an early-stage company with near limitless growth potential as the company continues to scale its databases to increase the market appeal of its app suite across the country.

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Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Announces Plans to Promote Flagship Brand at ‘World’s Premiere Cocktail Festival’

Today before the opening bell, the Aristocrat Group announced that it plans on promoting its flagship brand in New Orleans at what’s being publicized as the world’s premiere cocktail festival.

Named “Tales of the Cocktail,” this five-day event in July is full of seminars, tastings, networking and promotion that bring together the international spirits industry to examine top trends and the future of the business. For the first time, RWB Vodka will have its own booth at the festival, exposing the made-in-the-U.S.A. vodka to vendors, distributors and bartenders from around the country and beyond.

“We’re thrilled to be a part of such a large and prestigious gathering, which will be the focus of the entire spirits industry for five days,” stated ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz. “This will be an especially significant event for our company as we work to secure distribution for RWB Vodka in the state of Louisiana.”

ASCC has enjoyed consistent growth since the debut of its flagship product. Following a dedicated, nationwide marketing push that has included tasting tours, sports sponsorships and artist endorsements, the company has built considerable momentum heading into the summer. In April, the company celebrated a new all-time high in total sales of RWB Vodka, and expects the numbers for May to be even better once they’re released.

RWB Handcrafted Ultra-Premium Vodka is currently available at hundreds of retail locations and online, with talks underway to make the brand available in Canada and Mexico. Soon, the company plans to boost its business dramatically by unveiling a new brand this year poised to offer consumers an unprecedented level of convenience—creating a whole new market segment in the process.

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Location Based Technologies, Inc. (LBAS) Expanding Industry Presence with Innovative Tracking Solutions

June 29, 2015

Location Based Technologies designs, develops and sells commercial and consumer wearable global positioning system (GPS) tracking solutions based on worldwide GSM networks. The company markets its consumer products under the PocketFinder brand and its commercial products under the LBT brand. Through these two brands, LBAS allows its customers to accurately track and monitor everything from luggage and pets to mobile equipment and vehicles. The company’s products combine the complexities of emerging GPS location devices and wireless technology into simple, easy-to-use location solutions that allow for streamlined user interaction.

The company’s business model includes revenue from both product sales and monthly service payments. In a letter to shareholders in December 2014, Dr. David Morse, chief executive officer of LBAS, highlighted the company’s recent progress in expanding its market presence within this established sales model. Last year, LBAS’s total number of paid monthly users exceeded 72,000, representing an annual increase of more than 120 percent. This growth helped the company achieve positive gross margins for the first time in its history during 2014.

In 2015, LBAS has focused on cutting costs in areas with minimal impact to customers in order to promote sustainable shareholder returns. In addition to enlisting a world class distributor to expand upon its current U.S. sales figures, the company launched a major initiative focused on partnering with auto dealerships throughout the country. This strategy could provide LBAS with a platform to realize improved financial results moving forward. In recent years, the market for vehicles equipped with real-time traffic GPS has continued to expand. According to a report by IBISWorld, annual market growth was recorded at approximately 34 percent over the past five years.

For prospective investors, LBAS’s recent financial growth within the location-based technology industry could foreshadow improved returns in the years to come. Look for the company to promote continued expansion through a combination of enhanced distribution efforts and product innovation within its target markets.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Prepares to Begin Clinical Study of Novel Parkinson’s Disease Treatment Option

Imagine a world where there is no donor organ shortage, victims of spinal cord injuries can walk and weakened hearts are successfully replaced; this is the future of regenerative medicine, as outlined by the National Institute of Health. To obtain the massive promises of this revolutionary treatment option, however, it is necessary to successfully overcome the barriers associated with immune response, which have, to this point, severely hampered the advancement of cell replacement therapies. International Stem Cell Corporation (OTCQB: ISCO), through the continued development of its groundbreaking parthenogenesis stem cell technology, is addressing this limitation, potentially unlocking the door to significant advances in the field of regenerative medicine.

Parthenogenesis utilizes unfertilized human eggs to create pluripotent parthogenetic stem cells (hpSC) that can be immune-matched to millions of people. According to the company’s data, a relatively small number of hpSC lines could provide sufficient immune-matched cells to cover a large percentage of the world’s population, effectively minimizing the effects of autoimmune rejection and allowing for continued research into the massive potential upside of stem cell therapy. Unlike embryonic stem cells, which require the destruction of a human embryo, hpSC treatment also avoids many of the ethical issues commonly associated with stem cell research.

ISCO has identified a collection of potential diseases and conditions that could be effectively treated using its hpSCs, but the company’s leading indication is for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. According to the National Parkinson Foundation, Parkinson’s disease is the 14th leading cause of death in the United States, and an estimated four to six million people suffer from the condition worldwide. Currently, there is no cure and limited treatment options for the disease, creating a significantly underserved market within the pharmaceutical industry.

“In the first quarter of 2015 we completed all the necessary preclinical studies of our Parkinson’s program and formally submitted our application to begin the first clinical study of this novel approach to treating this debilitating disease in humans,” stated Dr. Andrey Semechkin, Chief Executive Officer of ISCO. “We continue to expect to make significant progress during the rest of 2015 towards our goal of providing a viable treatment option for people with Parkinson’s disease.”

During preclinical studies, ISCO has demonstrated the safety and efficacy of treating Parkinson’s disease symptoms in animals with transplanted human parthenogenetic neural stem cells. Moving forward, the company will seek to begin its Phase I/IIa clinical studies through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Cyto Therapeutics Pty Ltd. For prospective shareholders, ISCO’s continued progression with preclinical and clinical studies makes the company an intriguing investment opportunity in the months to come.

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Dominovas Energy’s (DNRG) Trail Leads to Partnership with U.S. Government

Dominovas Energy’s stock had an impressive run earlier this week after the fuel cell technology company announced a “historic” partnership with the U.S. Government. Shares soared nearly 3000% on the news, hitting an intra-week high of $0.33; the stock trades in a 52-week range of $0.0035-$0.60. A federal partnership is obviously a big deal and warrants a look at how this micro-cap company got its name on the books.

More than ever before, consumers are spending their money on “green” alternatives, tuning into global concerns about climate change, energy security, and air pollution. Dominovas Energy looks at these issues on a global scale, as it seeks to implement its fuel cell technology in emerging countries, where reliable electricity is intermittent, scarce, or non-existent.

Focusing on this global concern, Dominovas Energy is committed to creating a virtually silent solution with near-zero NOX emissions and minimal carbon footprint, all while producing reliable and clean energy for local communities, industry, and nations. To this accord, Dominovas Energy is championing its RUBICON™ Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) system as a leading, viable, global energy solution.

Fuel cell power generation is an efficient, combustion-less, reliable and virtually pollution-free emitting device that provides electricity to power a wide array of applications, ranging from buildings, primary power for grid integration, automobiles, emergency back-up systems, and base load grid power. By electrochemically combining oxygen with hydrogen extracted from a hydrocarbon-based fuel supply to produce electricity, emitting only water, minimal pollution, and excess heat as by-products, fuel cells function much like a battery, but without the need for recharging. Fuel cells produce electricity as long as there is a constant fuel source and are rapidly gaining traction as an ideal solution for a variety of portable, on-board, and stationary electric power generation applications.

Dominovas Energy has identified marketing and sales opportunities for fuel cells in emerging-market countries, where electricity supply is frequently unreliable, antiquated, and expensive compared to the cost of electricity and the production, as found in the United States. Consequently, the Company’s primary focus at this time is on Africa, where it has established active projects and works with each nation’s government. And further with the support of Delphi Automotive Systems to jointly develop the technology and methodologies necessary to facilitate the commercial nature, manufacture, assembly, and deployment of the RUBICON™ system, this partnership fully supports Dominovas Energy’s continued deployment of clean energy solutions on a multi-megawatt (MW) scale.

As detailed in an historic announcement in June, Dominovas Energy was accepted as a private sector partner of the “Power Africa Initiative” launched by President Barack Obama in June 2013. A multi-year guaranteed power provider agreement (PPA) announced earlier this month shows how Dominovas Energy jumped into action in Africa.

At the beginning of June, Dominovas Energy reported that it signed a 3MW PPA to utilize the RUBICON™ system to provide clean electricity to the City of David in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Expected to be “the first of many efforts the governor of the State of Katanga in the Democratic Republic of Congo is pursuing across his state to increase the availability of affordable housing and social facilities,” the Project will represent the largest single deployment of fuel cell technology on the continent of Africa.

Slated for the fourth quarter of 2016, the physical deployment of the RUBICON™ will trigger the annual production of more than 25.5 million kWh of clean, efficient and reliable electricity and will yield more than US$100 million in guaranteed revenue to Dominovas Energy over the course of the agreement.

A week after the City of David announcement, Dominovas Energy signed another 3MW multi-year PPA. This time the agreement concerned Dominovas providing electricity to the privately held Somico Mine in the DRC. Somico has several mining operations in the DRC; and with the vast reserves of natural resources in Africa, the mining sector represents a tremendous opportunity for Dominovas Energy’s continued expansion across diverse applications of the RUBICON™. The mining sector in Africa singularly represents a multibillion dollar industry, and offers Dominovas Energy the potential to deploy more than 250 MW of power to mining operations and their communities.

Now fast-forward to date – and take a look at how Dominovas Energy pivoted from the PPAs to its deal with the U.S. government.

By deploying its RUBICON™ systems, Dominovas Energy is the first-and-only fuel cell company selected as a private sector partner to the Power Africa Initiative, which is comprised of private sector participants, the United States government and governments of several African countries. These partners represent the foundation for building the regulatory, economic, and policy framework needed to meet Africa’s increasing demand for, and access to, electricity.

As a Power Africa member company, Dominovas Energy will benefit from interagency efforts, leveraging Power Africa’s tools such as technical expertise and financing. Dominovas said that over the next several years, it intends to support and advance Power Africa goals by providing access to clean, reliable energy; partnering with specific universities in Africa to train and hire local citizens as engineers and technicians, as necessary for the installation, service, and ongoing maintenance of the RUBICON™; and providing Power Africa countries with access to distributed, off-grid electricity on a multi-megawatt scale.

According to the Company’s news release, deployments of the RUBICON™ are expected to increase the quantity of power available to over 100 million people by 2021, directly benefitting citizens, households, and businesses by producing clean, reliable and continuous energy.

When you look at the broader Dominovas Energy picture, take into consideration that financials are not typically stellar at the sub-penny level DNRG was trading at last week; but deals like the ones mentioned above, solid operations, and a powerful management team are what give small companies a tangible base from which to realize its strong potential and validate its place on the map.

Neal Allen is chairman, president and CEO of Dominovas Energy. He previously served in the same capacity with Dominovas Energy, LLC. Prior to Dominovas Energy, LLC he served as the Principal Shareholder of a private Family Office, which specialized in the development and implementation of proprietary revenue models as a force multiplier ensuring optimal deployment, utilization, and management of financial resources. Under Allen’s watch, the Family Office’s endeavors included the ownership of a “major brand” automobile dealership, several healthcare companies, waste management and disposal enterprises, land acquisition and development, and natural resource development enterprises.

Allen is joined by Emilio De Jesus, board member and president of the Africa Division for Dominovas, where he is integral in assisting in the creating of strategies that best bring to fruition the deployment of the RUBICON™ to emerging markets in Africa.

De Jesus specializes in intelligence pertaining to each country’s barriers of entry, political climate and most suitable partners. As the Country Advisor, De Jesus visits potential countries to research their state of the energy production industry, interview potential partners, and meet with political officials. He also negotiates favorable PPAs, liaising with local partners, as well as with potential “Off Takers.”

De Jesus, for over 15 years, previously managed telecommunications projects for a fortune 500 company, and has gained extensive experience in the deployment of new technologies within Continental USA.

Piece by piece, the Dominovas Energy story makes sense – portraying the Company’s momentum as it achieves its commitment to emerging markets and solidifies its position in the United States as a viable ally to Africa and its long-term power needs. The Company has a keen ability to recognize and take advantage of the incredible growth and profit opportunities of the green and alternative energy markets, advancing the deployment of its green energy solutions where it matters most.

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Announces Initial Order from Hallmark Stores

Today, The One World Doll Project, a subsidiary of One World Holdings, reported an initial order from Hallmark Stores for the Prettie Girls!(TM) Tween Scene multicultural fashion and play dolls. This order resulted from a preliminary outreach to the company by the Hallmark buying team. The placement of these dolls within Hallmark Stores across the country will bring additional exposure to the Prettie Girls! brand.

“As we continue to see a significant increase in product sales, this new business relationship with Hallmark Stores represents another component of our 2015 growth plan,” stated Trey Waldhauser, VP of Sales at The One World Doll Project.

Established in 2010 to make a significant positive cultural impact through the doll category, The One World Doll Project aims to transcend global and ethnic borders to create positive self-image in young women and girl around the world. Led by worldwide famous doll designer Stacy McBride-Irby, The One World Doll Project team has more than 50 collective years in the doll and toy industry and is dedicated and armed with the experience to ensure that the dolls are of the highest quality and value.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) is “One to Watch”

On the Move Systems specializes in the development of cutting-edge technology to transform and synchronize freight supply chain operations for a broad range of industries. The company is exploring new online tools to reduce costs and increase convenience in the tourism and travel industry, as well as new opportunities in trucking. OMVS works with a premier group of international providers to offer its services in two key divisions: Trucking Logistics and Inter-modal Freight.

Logistics are critical to the success of any operation. OMVS’s Trucking Logistics division operates as one of the most competitive, full-service transportation logistics providers in the United States. Utilizing the company’s ISTx Platform, this division helps customers strategize how to get from one point to another, as well as solves some of the toughest logistics challenges on the road today. OMVS’s Trucking Logistics technology provides customers increased visibility, minimal-cost route effectiveness, and delivery assurance.

OMVS’s Intermodal Freight division offers seamless cargo continuation, tracking, shipping and receiving of goods anywhere in the world. The company’s customer service teams and drivers communicate through the ISTx Platform allowing for flexibility, control and monitoring of each freight shipment. OMVS continues to research and explore the most effective and resourceful tools in order to effectively serve customers with unique shipping requirements in the billion dollar trucking industry.

In his more than 20 years of experience, OMVS president and CEO Robert Wilson has cultivated vast expertise as an executive and financial consultant for companies in aviation, energy, oil and gas, IT and healthcare. In addition to his work valuing and assessing small-to-middle market companies, Wilson has also served as both an officer and director of such client companies. Wilson applies his expertise in the transportation business and investment banking to spearhead OMVS’s new initiative to create a new kind of online transportation platform to an international market.

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IEG Holdings Corp. (IEGH) Building Market Share through Expansion of ‘Mr. Amazing Loans’ Lending Brand

IEG Holdings Corp. is a provider of online unsecured consumer loans in 13 states under the ‘Mr. Amazing Loans’ brand. In recent months, the company has leveraged this proven business model to record improved financial results. Since launching its online lending platform in July 2013, IEG has increased its cumulative loan value by well over 3,200 percent, exceeding $8 million in May. This rapid growth is being driven by the company’s continued state licensing expansion, which is expected to include an additional 12 states by the end of 2015, including California and Ohio. Following these efforts, IEG expects its lending coverage to encompass approximately 80 percent of the U.S. population.

In addition to its domestic growth, IEG has recently made strides toward expanding its presence in the global lending market. In December, the company announced the re-launch of lending in Australia under the ‘Mr. Amazing Loans’ brand, as well as detailing plans to add an additional 1.45 billion people to its lending network through a commitment to international development. In particular, IEG has highlighted Canada, United Kingdom, Philippines and India as expansion candidates because of their strong market demand and developed lending industry.

The company’s continued commitment to increasing its market share has provided a platform for tremendous revenue growth in recent quarters. In the first quarter of 2015, IEG recorded interest revenue of nearly $340,000, a year-over-year boost of more than 1,000 percent. Moving forward, this figure is expected to grow significantly in concert with the continued geographical expansion of IEG’s lending services.

In June, IEG took a step toward the future when it upgraded from the OTC market group’s OTC Pink tier to the OTCQB tier. The company will look to build on this progress in the future by potentially uplisting to the NASDAQ Global Markets. IEG announced the submittal of an application for this change in May.

“It is exciting to become an SEC reporting company, continue our rapid expansion… and achieve record loan volumes,” Paul Mathieson, chairman and chief executive officer of IEG, stated in a news release. “By late 2015, we hope to be in a position to offer loans in 25 states, covering approximately 25 million people.”

For prospective shareholders, IEG’s rapid growth since launching its lending platform just under two years ago makes the company an intriguing investment opportunity in the months to come.

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Apollo Medical Holdings, Inc. (AMEH) Set to Benefit from Announced Changes to Medicare Payment Processing

Apollo Medical Holdings (OTC: AMEH) is a leading integrated healthcare company providing solutions to hospitals, health plans, physicians and other health providers that enable cost-effective, quality healthcare. The company utilizes integrated care solutions in order to identify and manage patients who are at-risk for chronic conditions. By coordinating care for these patients across multiple facilities, ApolloMed helps them reduce hospital admissions and avoid unnecessary emergency room visits, providing the means for reduced overall medical costs without sacrificing on quality of care.

Earlier this month, ApolloMed announced that its network of physicians had surpassed 1,000 providers. Through this network, the company is able to provide leading health management services to more than 40,000 of its own patients, as well as over 75,000 additional patients for its clients. The company’s network of dedicated hospitalists, nursing home physicians, clinic physicians, hospice care group and home health agency allow ApolloMed to provide care for some of the most complex and highest cost patients in the United States healthcare system.

Moving forward, ApolloMed is in a strong position to capitalize on the evolving landscape of the medical industry, particularly as it relates to value-based payments. In January, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced substantial changes to the way in which Medicare payments will be processed in the future. HHS set a goal of tying 30 percent of fee-for-service Medicare payments to quality or value through alternative payment models by the end of 2016. By the end of 2018, this change is expected to affect at least 50 percent of all Medicare payments. This announcement marked the first time in the history of the Medicare program that explicit goals for value-based payments have been set.

“Over the past three years, we have built a growing, robust network of physicians and an outcome-centric population health management platform that is at the forefront of the movement to value-based care,” Dr. Warren Hosseinion, chief executive officer of ApolloMed, stated in a news release. “We believe ApolloMed is well positioned to benefit from these transformative changes and sizable market growth over the next decade.”

For prospective shareholders, ApolloMed represents an opportunity to invest in an established player in the value-based medical market. With the recently announced shift in Medicare payment processing, the company’s developed and expanding network of medical group and accountable care organization physicians could provide a platform for increased revenues and, as a result, sustainable shareholder returns in the years to come.

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American Locker Group, Inc. (ALGI) Providing Innovative Secure Storage Solutions

American Locker Group, Inc. (OTC: ALGI) is a premier metal fabricator producing secure storage solutions under the American Locker and Canadian Locker brands. The company’s proprietary offerings include coin-operated security lockers, employee lockers and computer-controlled keyless systems. Leveraging over 75 years of industry expertise, ALGI stands apart from the competition as the only locker company that manufactures and controls its own distribution of non-duplicative keys, locks and cylinders. In total, the company has access to 16 million unique key patterns with which to work in the future.

The company’s current offerings include a vast selection of fully-configurable locker solutions. Recently, ALGI built upon the success of its iconic security lockers through the release of four innovative product offerings. The E-CBU locker system is an electronic locker targeted at libraries to allow for ATM-style distribution through the use of unique codes that can be tied to library cards. ALGI’s stackable Laptop Lockers are a space-saving approach to the storing, recharging and management of virtually all mobile technology devices. The Keyless Mini-Check® lockers are an innovative self-service design allowing for the storage of cell phones, wallets and keys. Finally, the company’s Envoy lockers are high-end, all-welded employee locker systems that are among the most rugged on the market.

In addition to lockers, ALGI is approved by the United States Postal Service as a manufacturer of multi-tenant mailboxes, including those installed at apartment and commercial buildings. Through this product category, the company addresses a sustainable market within the residential and commercial construction industries. Additionally, ALGI offers contract manufacturing services for precision fabricated sheet metal parts and enclosures for original equipment manufacturers and third-party customers.

Moving forward, ALGI is in a formidable position to build upon its established presence in the secure storage industry. In addition to selling its lockers directly to end users, the company utilizes a proven distribution network to sell its mailboxes. Through these two primary channels, ALGI will look to realize improved financial results in the years to come.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) Emphasizes Significance of Power Africa Initiative

June 26, 2015

After the closing bell today, Dominovas Energy issued a press release that emphasizes and details the scope of the Power Africa Initiative announced earlier this week. Specifically, Dominovas Energy Corporation has been named as the first, and only, fuel cell company selected as a Private Sector Partner to President Barack Obama’s POWER AFRICA INITIATIVE. The Power Africa Initiative (PAI) is a multi-stakeholder partnership comprised of over 100 private sector partners. However, the Power Africa Initiative scope is, in fact, more expansive than the initial six countries previously reported. Power Africa is designed to provide support for all countries in sub-Saharan Africa, but in the first year offered intensive regulatory reform support and technical assistance to an initial set of six Power Africa focus countries – Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Nigeria, and Tanzania. These countries signed Memoranda of Understandings with Power Africa, which reflect the strong commitment of African governments to engage in policy and regulatory reform, and in particular to implement critical energy sector reforms. Through PAI, public sector agencies / entities maintain an express intent to nurture and accelerate private sector investment in sub-Saharan Africa’s power sector over the next several years.

Power Africa private sector partners represent the foundational support in building the regulatory, economic, and policy framework integral to meeting sub-Saharan Africa’s increasing demand for, and access to, electricity; and Dominovas Energy anticipates this partnership will continue to catalyze the resources and combined commitment of numerous U.S. government agencies, as well as the World Bank Group, AfDB, and many additional Power Africa partners, to facilitate Power Africa’s objectives, operations, and related sector investments. Detailed earlier this week, as a Power Africa private sector partner, Dominovas Energy will actively engage relevant U.S. agencies to fully employ the participating agencies’ tools to ensure any financing and capacity gaps that may exist can be addressed directly, specifically with respect to existing and incremental energy sector investments. These resources will allow Dominovas Energy to benefit from interagency efforts, by leveraging Power Africa’s tools including, but not limited to technical expertise and financing; while enhancing project bankability by implementing various risk mitigation tools.

Dominovas Energy’s President of its Africa Division, Emilio De Jesus, added, “With Power Africa’s commitment to the entire sub-Saharan Africa, it has set the stage for Dominovas Energy to complete sales cycles it began in earnest over two years ago with government officials of respective nations working closely with our company to realize a viable solution to their energy sector concerns.”

Over the next several years, as part of its commitment to Power Africa, Dominovas Energy intends to support and advance Power Africa goals by providing access to clean, reliable energy; partnering with specific universities in sub-Saharan Africa to train and hire local citizens as engineers and technicians, as necessary for the installation, service, and ongoing maintenance of the RUBICON™; and providing sub-Saharan countries with access to distributed, off-grid electricity on a multi-megawatt scale.

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Continental Stock Transfer & Trust – Fifty Years of Excellence in Service

Transfer agents may perform the same basic functions but the team at Continental Stock Transfer & Trust knows that being the agent of choice requires more. As only major transfer agent specializing in small to midsize emerging and growth companies, Continental plays the critical role of record keeper and shareholder information depository with stability, agility and the knowledge that a company’s needs, size and service expectations drive its choice of transfer agent.

At Continental, there is nothing “usual” about how business is conducted. The company goes above and beyond to cater to its clients and their shareholders. It supports unique needs and expectations — and goes the extra mile to execute exactly what it’s needed, when it’s needed, so that its clients can proceed with business.

With round-the-clock access to its high-level experts, Continental offers what few, if any, mega transfer agents offer: a responsive and truly personalized business solution that is backed by five decades of unmatched industry experience.

In 1964, Continental Stock Transfer & Trust was founded on the premise that the company would support small and midsize companies with comprehensive, uniquely-tailored business solutions and superior client responsiveness. In the years since, the company has never wavered in pursuit of this vision. As in its beginning, Continental remains an independent, privately-held, family-owned corporation – and it has no intention of changing. It is fully committed to partnering with its clients for the long term.

A solid base and staff of experienced professionals fuel Continental’s operations, allowing the company to respond swiftly and deftly to its clients and their shareholders. They also enable the company to develop and implement its suite of services flawlessly. This type of consistent, top-notch delivery is what makes Continental a major presence in the industry.

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IGEN Networks Corp. (IGEN) Tapping into Automotive Dealer Channels to Initiate Market Growth

IGEN Networks Corp. (OTCQB: IGEN) invests in and manages businesses that deliver cloud-based services through machine-to-machine (M2M) device technologies for the protection and management of mobile assets and commercial fleets. By taking an active managerial role in these businesses, IGEN allows its technology subsidiaries to mitigate operational risk and realize revenue growth and capital appreciation. In addition to providing management expertise, IGEN utilizes an established network of distribution channels to efficiently negotiate distribution agreements and sell a wide range of products and services.

In recent months, IGEN has leveraged this strategy to great success. In May, the company, through wholly-owned subsidiary Nimbo LLC, signed a major account agreement with Verizon Wireless (NYSE: VZ). Through this agreement, Nimbo will become a member of Verizon’s partner program for the marketing of Nimbo’s M2M and integrated GPS tracking solutions over the mobile giant’s national wireless services. The company will also gain access to Verizon’s established database of sales leads, which encompasses major automotive dealer markets across the United States.

“This partnership program with Verizon Wireless is significant for us,” Neil Chan, chief executive officer of IGEN, stated in a news release. “It enables our sales team to partner with Verizon, the largest wireless operator in the U.S., to sell into automotive dealer channels and reach large new potential customers.”

Earlier this month, the company, through Nimbo, built upon this progress through the announcement of a partnership with Star Shield Solutions LLC and Sky Force Technology, Inc. to launch a pilot program targeted at a high volume automotive dealership store in southern California.

By consistently targeting nationwide dealer channels, IGEN is tapping into a potentially massive source of future revenue. According to First Research, dealer channels accounted for over $700 billion in annual revenue through the sale of 15.6 million new vehicles and 40.5 million used vehicles throughout the U.S. in 2013. By 2018, these figures are expected to double, creating an expansive market for the company’s mobile asset protection services.

In the first quarter of 2015, IGEN recorded a 756 percent year-over-year increase in revenue to go alongside gross profit figures that were consistent with the fourth quarter of 2014. As the company continues to work toward stabilizing its inventory position and product costs, recent results could foreshadow continued market growth moving forward.

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GrowBLOX Sciences (GBLX) Seeks Preferred Provider Status in Booming Medical Marijuana Market

The State of Nevada is in high anticipation about its upcoming 2016 general election ballot initiative that proposes legalizing recreational use of marijuana. With Colorado’s $700 million wind-fall last year and trending to break $1 billion in annual revenues by 2016, the medical marijuana (MMJ) market in Nevada could very quickly get a whole lot bigger next year.

Poised and positioned to capitalize on this upcoming opportunity is GrowBLOX Sciences (OTC:GBLX). The company has advanced cultivation technology systems that ensure genetic potential of propagated strains that possess more active ingredients per pound than is achieved with any other cultivation method. On June 15, the company secured a $1.75 million funding commitment from Pacific Leaf Ventures to build out its Medical Marijuana Establishment known as The Cultivation Lab through a deal that includes recognizable cannabis brand names and proprietary cultivation and extraction methods. The 28,000-sq.-ft. warehouse is gearing up to produce over 4000 pounds of high-grade cannabis each year.

Although GrowBLOX Sciences deals strictly in medical cannabis products, the monitoring and control systems that are put in place to ensure quality and safety standards at the Las Vegas facility is quickly drawing attention and could possibly be the mandated standard in Nevada by the time legalization is put in place. See The Cultivation Lab design at the following link:

GBLX is on schedule for a 4Q completion of The Cultivation Lab. This facility’s purpose is to produce high profile strains and products that appeal to medically approved patients in the state, as well as patients visiting from neighboring Arizona and California. Nevada is the only state to date that recognizes medical marijuana patient cards issued by other states.

The GBLX product line will be distributed from The Apothecary, an eye catching retail space that combines the trustworthy aesthetics of a clean, minimalistic and clinical-feeling interior, with simplified biometrically driven patient verification. The Apothecary layout has a security foyer for initial patient processing, waiting and consultation rooms as well as retail display area, and secure payment section. See the Las Vegas Apothecary at the following link:

The company believes that combining The Cultivation Labs and The Apothecary will offer patients the quality assurance and safety that they have a grown to expect from any other therapeutic products purchased in the open market. These big moves in Nevada should distinguish GrowBLOX Sciences further from the other players in the field and help make GBLX a preferred solution provider.

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Galaxy Gaming, Inc. (GLXZ) Leveraging Formidable IP Portfolio to Expand Presence in Global Gaming Industry

Galaxy Gaming, Inc. (OTCQB: GLXZ) is a gaming company that’s engaged in the business of designing, manufacturing and acquiring proprietary casino table games and associated technology, platforms and systems for the global gaming industry. The company’s current base of products includes over 4,000 gaming tables located in more than 500 casinos, making it the world’s largest independent provider of proprietary table games.

Leveraging a formidable portfolio of intellectual property related to its unique game concepts, Galaxy markets its products to land-based, riverboat and cruise ship gaming establishments, as well as internet gaming companies, in order to enhance their gaming floor operations and improve profitability, productivity and security.

In the first quarter of 2015, Galaxy achieved a 14 percent year-over-year increase in total revenue, recording more than $2.5 million for the period. Despite a 15 percent year-over-year decrease in adjusted EBITDA for the quarter, Galaxy’s management team is optimistic about the strength of the company’s market position moving forward.

“The first quarter has historically been the period we see the lowest revenue growth rates of the year,” Gary A. Vecchiarelli, chief financial officer of Galaxy, stated in a news release. “While several factors contributed to our first decrease of recurring revenues in the last three years, we are not concerned it will have impact on future quarters. Our adjusted EBIDTA and fundamentals of the business remain strong and we expect a strong 2015.”

In April, Galaxy took a significant step toward continued growth when it achieved approval from the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission to conduct business directly with state-owned casinos. This should provide the company with a platform for considerable industry growth in the months to come. According to a report by the Kansas Lottery, Kansas’s three state-owned casinos are expected to account for more than $336 million in gaming revenue during 2015.

“This approval now opens the door for us to conduct business directly with Kansas casino operators,” stated Robert Saucier, chief executive officer of Galaxy. “We now intend to aggressively increase our presence there and expand our already established great partnerships with many of the prosperous casino resorts located in that market.”

Under the leadership of a proven management team, Galaxy is in a strong position to increase its industry presence within the thriving casino industry in the years to come. According to a report by Statista, global casino gaming revenue has experienced consistent growth since 2009, climbing to forecast revenue of more than $182 billion in 2015. For prospective investors, Galaxy’s strategic position within one of the most consistently performing sectors of the global economy could translate into sustainable returns moving forward.

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Set to Finish FH2015 with Momentum from Recent Deals

June 25, 2015

Cleartronic is wrapping up the first half of 2015 with a flurry of activity. Earlier this month the company’s ReadyOp Communications subsidiary launched a project with a major retail corporation, and followed-up the news that its VoiceInterop, Inc. subsidiary had signed a deal with an airport in Alberta, Canada.

As a technology holding company, Cleartronic is amassing a portfolio of subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises. Cleartronic is carving its niche in a broader industry occupied by wireless communications companies like Fusion Telecommunications International, Inc. (NASDAQ:FSNN) and Ubiquiti Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ:UBNT), differentiating itself by offering unique interoperable communications solutions.

Through a license agreement with Collabria LLC, Cleartronic has the right to market the command, control and communication platform, ReadyOp™. The web-based application integrates multiple databases and a robust communications platform to enable fast, efficient access to information and for communication with multiple persons, groups and agencies.

While ReadyOp is typically used by numerous federal, state and local government agencies, Cleartronic is expanding its applications to a variety of industries. ReadyOp Communications recently began work on a multi-year with a major retail corporation based in Arkansas. The project will integrate the ReadyOp platform for the planning, monitoring and reporting of the work done for each individual store location.

“We are pleased to be an integral part of this project as it shows the versatility and flexibility of the ReadyOp platform. While our main focus has been with first responders and government agencies, this project illustrates how ReadyOp can be used in many different industries. This will be our first entry into the retail sector and our plans are to use this project as a model for other opportunities in the retail sector,” ReadyOp Communications President Marc Moore stated in the news release.

Effective communication is a benchmark of Cleartronic’s operations, and to that accord, VoiceInterop recently signed an agreement with the Edmonton Airports in Alberta, Canada, to provide mission critical system for emergency response at Edmonton International Airport.

VoiceInterop’s emergency communication solution, the “VoiceInterop Crash Phone,” combines VoiceInterop’s engineered software with modern, commercial off-the-shelf products that specifically address the needs of commercial aviation airports. Per the agreement, VoiceInterop has engineered and will install, test and provide support for a customized state-of-the-art crash phone solution – the most vital piece of an airport’s communications system – that provides instant voice communications from the air traffic control tower to the airport rescue firefighting station, communications center, and airport police.

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LabStyle Innovations Corp. (DRIO) Addresses Economic Burden of Diabetes Care

Governments and insurance companies around the world are seeking innovative technologies that address the needs of the growing diabetic population in over-burdened public and private healthcare systems. In the U.S. alone, the national cost of diabetes in 2012 was $245 billion, compared to $174 billion in 2007.

LabStyle Innovations (OTCQB:DRIO) is answering this call with a preventative approach that reduces the cost of care while improving treatment and patient compliance. The company’s Dario™ Diabetes Management Solution is designed to help people with diabetes manage their disease with tools, insights and support via mobile phone.

The Dario™ all-in-one glucose monitoring solution includes a glucose meter, disposable test strip cartridge, and lancing device – all in a compact design that can fit into a pocket. The meter plugs into a smartphone device to automatically log and track blood sugar levels to provide actionable insights and alerts. Data is uploaded into a secure cloud database for diabetes-related clinical trials.

The platform’s web interface simplifies data sharing and progress, enabling easy and effective data management and ensuring patient compliance and improved quality of care. The Caregiver portal is being developed in order to assist caregivers to monitor their patients quickly and easily as well as enable more effective intervention as necessary – ultimately reducing costs.

Bottom line, Dario offers a preventative approach that reduces the costs of care, improves treatment, helps to prevent complications and facilitates patient compliance.

In April, LabStyle announced the initial stages of its global rollout of the Dario Diabetes Management System. The company’s goal is to “transform the daily management of diabetes” targeting the world’s more than 382 million people living with diabetes – a statistic expected to nearly double to 592 million by 2035.

Dario has already received regulatory approval in Europe, and U.S. FDA approval is expected later this year. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office granted LabStyle a patent covering core functions of the Dario, and the company is pursuing patent applications in additional countries. Dario is currently available in the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Netherlands and Australia, and LabStyle plans to launch the solution in Canada and Italy this year as well.

The Israel-based company participates alongside bigger players addressing the global diabetes care market, including DexCom, Inc. (NASDAQ:DXCM), which develops and markets glucose monitoring products for adults and pediatric patients. Even Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) has jumped into the glucose monitoring market with an Apple Watch app developed by DexCom.

In terms of sales, the diabetes market is dominated by drug makers Novo Nordisk (NYSE:NVO), Sanofi (NYSE:SNY), and Merck (NYSE:MRK), in that order, according to data analytics firm GlobalData. The same report shows the Top 10 diabetes drugmakers, which also includes Pfizer (NYSE:PFE) and Eli Lilly (NYSE:LLY), made $62 billion in combined global sales last year, up more than 5 percent from the year prior.

If the crowded market and increasing number of diabetics worldwide is any inclination, LabStyle is in an opportunistic position to take its share of a rapidly growing market in need of innovative, cost-saving technologies and solutions.

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) Expands Sales Team with Addition of Chris W. Watkins

Galenfeha this morning on its website announced that the company has brought on Chris W. Watkins as senior business development manager in its sales department. He joined Galenfeha June 15, 2015.

Watkins adds nearly three decades of sales and management experience in the oil and gas industry, including directing sales operations and managing distributors throughout the Midwest and Rocky Mountain regions. Most recently, Watkins served as an Asia/Asia Pacific sales director, responsible for establishing international distribution channels, training distributors, and promoting product lines.

This news closely follows Galenfeha’s recent agreement with BHP Billiton (NYSE: BHP), in which Galenfeha will provide the U.S. oil and gas producer with advanced stored energy solutions. The move immediately broadens Galenfeha’s penetration in the oil and gas industry, and supports the company’s efforts to rapidly become a premier alternative stored energy supplier in North America, where it can further leverage its line of patent pending, microprocessor controlled, LiFePO4 chemistry battery systems for measurement, automation, and a full line of proprietary chemical injection systems.

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Providing Game Developers with Potential Savings through Development of Universal Mobile Interface

Consorteum Holdings is taking center stage in the emerging market of mobile gaming through the continued development of its proprietary Universal Mobile Interface (UMI). This groundbreaking technology will open the door for significant savings during game development by creating a carrier, operating system and device agnostic platform upon which to build. The company’s system eliminates the need for constant reprograming to keep up with operating system updates, providing potentially significant savings throughout the expensive app development process.

Initially, Consorteum intends to introduce its UMI technology in the mobile sports betting and casino gaming verticals. This strategy could provide the company with the opportunity to realize sustainable growth moving forward. According to a report by Super Data Research, the mobile platform continued to drive consumer growth in 2013, with the social casino games market accounting for combined revenue of approximately $2.9 billion in 2013. In 2015, the research firm forecasts total spending of approximately $4.4 billion across all platforms.

The company’s UMI is in a particularly strong position to expand within the mobile gaming industry as a result of its industry-leading dedication to compliance gaming. As the first and only third party developer approved for compliance gaming by the Nevada Gaming Commission, Consorteum will look to leverage its compliance-based features – including secure geo-fencing and geo-location requirements – in order to expand its market share in the future.

For Consorteum, potential applications within the mobile gaming industry are nearly limitless. From mobile lottery and sports book betting to slot machines and blackjack, the company’s proprietary technology puts it in a strong position to serve a collection of potential clients. Additionally, the company’s management team has highlighted a myriad of additional opportunities for growth within other industries and market sectors – including government, healthcare and banking applications.

Consorteum’s continued progress with its UMI technology makes the company an intriguing investment opportunity moving forward. When fully commercialized, the universal content delivery solution could prove to be a formidable platform for sustainable returns in the months that follow.

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