Monthly Archives: September 2015

Fresh Promise Foods, Inc. (FPFI) Chewable Juice Products Highlighted among Most Intriguing at Natural Products Expo East

September 30, 2015

Fresh Promise Foods widened its Harvest Soul Organic Chewable Juice line earlier this month when it unveiled two new flavors at the 2015 Natural Products Expo East, and the reception to this point has been reportedly positive. Despite the rapidly evolving landscape of the natural beverage industry, FPFI is firmly positioned to benefit from the marketability of its innovative product line.

“[Juice companies] are starting to evolve into having to have something else be a value add to their product or point of differentiation,” John Craven, chief executive officer of BevNET, stated in a video round up following the expo. “We have some that are adding probiotics and there are a couple of chewable ones… So far, I like what I see, and the response is definitely pretty positive.”

In recent years, innovative juice products have reinvigorated the market and spurred tremendous growth. According to a report by the LA Times, the cold-pressed juice segment, which features juices extracted without the use of heat, is currently valued at $100 million. The industry has also, traditionally, maintained a relatively low barrier of entry, with more than two-thirds of the juice market attributed to independent brands. However, all indications point to a shift away from this trend in the coming years, as larger beverage companies look to capitalize on the popularity of these healthy soft drink alternatives by establishing larger footholds in the market.

The first step toward this anticipated shift took place earlier this year, when cold-pressed juice producer Suja Life LLC announced a minority investment deal with The Coca-Cola Company (NYSE: KO). Following this $90 million investment, the global beverage powerhouse will begin distributing Suja products through its expansive distribution network, effectively limiting the ability of startups and independent beverage companies in the cold-pressed juice segment to gain traction on a nationwide basis.

FPFI remains in a favorable position to promote growth in the coming months by leaning on the unique benefits of the Harvest Soul Organic Chewable Juice product line – including the use of blended, chewable juices and the addition of healthy probiotics. In fact, the Suja deal could have a positive impact on FPFI’s market potential moving forward.

“That valuation [of Suja] is something that will probably spur additional investment in beverage companies,” continued Craven.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Preparing to Launch Suite of Solutions for Big Data Analytics Space

In a recent interview with QualityStocks, Henryk Dabrowski, chairman and chief executive officer of Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI), described the company’s 2014 sale of majority-owned subsidiary Utiba Americas as a turning point in its efforts to reinvent its business. Since then, Alternet has refined its focus toward two high-growth opportunities in an effort to promote maximized value for shareholders while establishing a sustainable foothold in potentially expansive payment markets.

“Alternet in 2016 will effectively have launched two lines of business, which are solutions for the payment processing industry,” Dabrowski stated during the interview. “We will also have launched our suite of solutions for the data analytics space where we will be targeting markets in the U.S. and Latin America.”

Because of the rapidly expanding demand for big data analytics solutions, the company’s upcoming venture into the big data industry is particularly intriguing. According to reports by the International Data Corporation, the big data technology and services market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of approximately 26.4 percent through 2018, which is about six times larger than the growth rate of the overall information technology market. At this pace, the market for big data services will surpass $41.5 billion in less than four years.

While this expected growth is certainly noteworthy, the biggest benefit for Alternet likely lies in the current distribution of market share throughout the industry. While tech giants such as HP (NYSE: HPQ), SAP (NYSE: SAP) and GE (NYSE: GE) have certainly thrown their hats into the big data ring, the market has maintained a relatively low barrier of entry for firms with innovative solutions addressing niche demands. Splunk, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPLK) is one example of a startup in the big data field that, through a dedication to innovation and improved user experience, has grabbed a significant portion of the market while achieving a 115 percent increase in gross profit in just two years.

Since 2014, the Alternet management team, under the experienced leadership of Dabrowski, has effectively executed a shift from previous technologies to viable, high-growth market opportunities. Keep the company on radar as it focuses on making progress toward the launch of its new business lines in the coming months, giving it an opportunity to promote rapid and sustainable growth.

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Lingo Media Corp. (LMDCF) Subsidiary Partners with eDistribution SAS to Fulfill Multi-Million Dollar Contract in Columbia

Lingo Media, an EdTech company providing innovative online and print-based technologies and solutions, this morning reported that its subsidiary, ELL Technologies Ltd., and eDistribution SAS, an online education services distribution company in Colombia, have secured a multi-million dollar language learning software development contract in Colombia. The agreement positions both parties to significantly increase learning and professional opportunities for as many as 7 million citizens in Colombia.

eDistribution has selected ELL Technologies to provide a full suite of digital education resources to the National Training Service (“SENA”), a Colombian national public institution focused on the development of education as means to foster employment.

Per the terms agreement, ELL Technologies, in partnership with eDistribution, is currently developing lessons, learning objects and digital resources which SENA will implement into its learning management system. By gaining the ability to pick, choose and adapt learning programs and their components, educators can supplement, complement and enhance their coursework and in-class training.

“SENA has taken a most progressive and innovative approach to learning English and other languages by structuring their program to fit the many different learning environments and requirements to further establish Colombia as a truly bilingual nation,” Gali Bar-Ziv, president and CEO of ELL Technologies, stated in the news release. “We are very excited to deliver the digital learning content and user experience to Latin America’s leading educational institute, positively impacting language education and employment opportunities in Colombia and throughout Latin America.”

Laura Victoria Zabala J., eDistribution´s CEO, noted the importance of multilingualism in Latin America, as well as on a global scale.

“Multilingualism has become a real necessity in our interconnected and globalized world,” she stated. “Through this partnership, eDistribution and ELL Technologies will provide the most technologically advanced and expansive digital content library of all the eLearning programs to be used in Colombia, and will be an example for educators and governments throughout Latin America to establish new educational standards.”

Mario Javier Rincón Triana, special and institutional project coordinator for SENA, explained how the agreement is of particular importance for his organization.

“In the context of Colombia, SENA aims at the improvement of foreign language levels of the Colombian people and SENA’s bilingualism project is particularly important since it has become necessary to boost both the quality and the competence of our learners,” he said.
Finally, the use of digital content has become SENA’s benchmark in the implementation of best practices in the teaching and learning of foreign languages.”

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Develops Breakthrough Technology to Treat Osteoarthritis

International Stem Cell Corp., a biotechnology company developing novel stem cell-based therapies, announced that its scientific team has developed a robust innovative technology to generate functional articular cartilage from the patient’s own skin or adipose tissue to treat osteoarthritis. ISCO believes this technology may allow the company to provide relief to patients suffering from osteoarthritic knee joints, as well as to those with shoulder joints and intervertebral spinal disk osteoarthritis.

Ruslan Semechkin, ISCO’s chief scientific officer, stated, “While we are working on obtaining regulatory approval for the Parkinson’s disease treatment in Australia, as well as in the US, we are also pursuing a number of other therapeutic indications including osteoarthritis, which can potentially be treated with the patient’s own cells.”

Even though osteoarthritis is prevalent in our society, there is a lack of an effective treatment for this disease. Developing and successfully testing a scalable system that permits the generation of functional human cartilage tissue with superior mechanical properties is a significant accomplishment. The capacity to provide greater stability than other tissue that is currently available for the treatment of osteoarthritis is even more impressive.

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease characterized by progressive erosion of the articular cartilage. Although osteoarthritis can damage any joint in the body, the disorder most commonly affects joints in the hands, knees, hips and spine. The erosion of articular cartilage leads to joint pain, stiffness, and impaired mobility. According to the Arthritis foundation osteoarthritis affects over 27 million Americans with an estimated medical costs of as much as $65 billion.

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Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (AVDX) Offers the Market’s First Large-Panel Screening Test for Ovarian Cancer

September 29, 2015

Avant Diagnostics, based in Scottsdale, Arizona, is a medical diagnostic company specializing in large panel biomarker screening. OvaDx is the company’s first test, a sophisticated microarray-based way to detect pre-symptomatic ovarian cancer by measuring the activation of the immune system in blood samples in response to early stage ovarian tumor cell development.

Identifying the variations of specific genes in the genome is an expanding objective of genetic research, since variations are what define individual characteristics, including disease states or a statistical propensity for disease. Early detection of disease can provide options for earlier treatments that may improve the patient’s chances of survival, as well as their quality of life. It could also mean significant cost savings by avoiding expensive late stage disease treatments.

OvaDx is an advanced microarray-based diagnostic test that measures the activation of the immune system in response to ovarian tumor cell development. It’s the market’s first large-panel screening test for ovarian cancer, and can be used as an elective screen for women seeking greater wellness, and for screening women at elevated risk for ovarian cancer. OvaDx has indicated a high sensitivity and specificity for all types and stages of ovarian cancer, including stage IA-IV borderline serous, clear cell, endometrioid, mixed epithelial, mucinous, serous and ovarian adenocarcinoma. Clinicians will appreciate the following features of OvaDx:

• High sensitivity and specificity for all types and stages of ovarian cancer
• Identifies stage I, II, III and IV disease markers in patient samples
• Detects stage IA disease markers with ~80% sensitivity and 100% Specificity
• Multi-plexed microarray assay reads approximately 100 proteomic biomarkers
• Proteomic panel provides definitive real-time test results
• Microarray format reduces serum requirement to 0.1-0.25 ml per sample run
• Arrayit Diagnostics, Inc. blood cards can also be used for sample collection
• Fluorescence detection ensures high signal detectivity
• Test controls eliminate experimental false positives and false negatives
• High-throughput format scales to any number of patient samples
• Automated process permits large-scale (e.g. 1,000,000 sample+) screening
• Supplement OVA1® and other multi-analyte tests
• Supplement genetic tests including BRCA1 and BRCA2
• Screen patient sera from breast, cervical, uterine and other cancer patients
• Test samples from patients with ovarian cysts and other benign conditions

Avant recently announced the start of calibration testing in preparation for the OvaDx validation study, to be used in support of a pre-submission package for the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration).

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) Addresses Cost-Intensive Chemical Injection Programs through Release of Innovative iWaV System

With energy prices continuing to fall in recent months toward six-year lows, oil and gas exploration and production companies are scrambling to find cost savings in order to remain competitive. Throughout the first half of 2015, EOG Resources, Inc. (NYSE: EOG) shifted its focus toward capital efficiency in order to better position itself to be successful in a lower commodity price environment, and other major North American producers, such as Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (NYSE: APC) and Apache Corp. (NYSE: APA) highlighted similar strategies in their most recent financial updates.

Despite these efforts to cut costs, environmental pressures remain at an all-time high, forcing major players in the oil and gas industry to address current market conditions in a cost-effective, environmentally conscious manner. Galenfeha, Inc. (OTC: GLFH), through the recent release of its innovative iWaV system, is addressing this demand while potentially revolutionizing the oil and gas chemical injection marketplace.

In a conventional reservoir, oil producers can typically expect to extract approximately 15 percent of hydrocarbons through conventional recovery techniques, which leaves about 85 percent that can’t be recovered without the use of more complex recovery methods. Chemical injection is one of the three primary techniques used in these enhanced oil recovery efforts. Using this technique, various chemicals are injected into reservoirs in order to aid in the mobility of oil deposits and reduce surface tension. Although chemical injection has proven to be highly effective, it is also particularly expensive. Traditionally, oil producers utilizing a chemical injection program have been forced to address maintenance onsite, which creates a costly, labor-intensive and potentially dangerous necessity that can seriously hamper financial performance.

Galenfeha’s iWaV is an open and powerful system that enables complete control of an entire chemical injection program through existing SCADA infrastructure. Following implementation of the iWaV system, oil producers gain access to a range of useful features designed to minimize the financial impact of one of the single highest expenses of operating a well site.

“We are proud to introduce Galenfeha’s groundbreaking iWaV system,” Lucien Marioneaux, Jr., president and chief executive officer of Galenfeha, stated in a news release. “This new development demonstrates our company’s commitment to provide the oil and gas industry with state-of-the-art and environmentally conscious products.”

As the current lower commodity price environment sends oil and gas firms in search of new solutions to cut costs and improve performance, Galenfeha is in a favorable position to capitalize on its groundbreaking iWaV platform. Offering complete, remote control of costly chemical injection programs at an attractive price point, the company expects the iWaV system to make serious waves in the oil and gas industry in the months to come.

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Nearly Ready to Change the Face of the Trucking Industry Forever with its Uber-like Shared Economy Platform

Innovation in the world of trucking isn’t something you hear about every day, but it should be, given that if the American economy were a human body, trucking would be its veritable lifeblood. American Trucking Associations (ATA) data shows that roughly 68.8 percent of all domestic freight tonnage is handled by over-the-road trucking, and that overall industry revenues were up in 2014 by 2.6 percent, breaking the $700 billion mark for the first time in history. Moreover, 1.6 million Americans are employed by the industry, earning around $43,000 a year on average, and they moved just under 10 billion tons of freight last year. The ATA’s For-Hire Truck Tonnage Index was up 1.8 percent YOY in June, near the January 2015 all-time high of 135.8, at a seasonally-adjusted 132.1, despite factory output having been relatively soft, and an inventory reduction throughout the supply chain that was hampering throughout until summer kicked in.

Transportation and supply chain management is the core of this massive, logistical engine of over-the-road trucking. In this arena, real-time supply chain situational awareness is key, requiring both visibility and flexibility of what is being shipped and how it is being shipped, in order to optimally execute on any given transportation objective. That is why technological innovation in this area of the trucking industry (and broader intermodal freight transportation industry) is of such importance to investors who are looking to get in on the ground floor, with companies that represent disruptive potential. Companies like full-service transportation logistics outfit, On the Move Systems, Inc., which is developing a proprietary ISTx Platform for creating solutions that increase cost-effectiveness, convenience and ultimately real-time supply chain transparency, in order to ultimately bring forth a sharing economy-based revolution in the trucking industry as we’ve known it. The ISTx Platform will not only allow for real-time situational awareness of the supply chain, but enable rapid computation of minimal-cost routing, and provide a powerful delivery assurance framework.

Using information technology to revolutionize an industry like trucking – which is still hamstringed by legacy systems and antiquated methodologies, and thereby significantly optimize overall logistical efficiency and operational cost-effectiveness through a more complete utilization of resources, as well as the sharing/reuse of excess capacity – constitutes a new and more complete vision for the future of the industry. This is the central, driving vision at OMVS, which is creating a shared economy business model powered by its ISTx software platform, which is essentially Uber for the trucking world. Uber’s meteoric rise has been due to its focus on a shared economy business model, powered by the Uber mobile app, which lets end-users submit cab trip requests themselves, before those requests are intelligently and automatically routed in real-time to Uber drivers using their own vehicles.

Applying this same logic to the world of trucking is a concept that is overdue for emergence and the enthusiasm of the reception by markets has been as wild as a revolutionary tech startup for OMVS. From strategically-based regional trucking fleets tailored to meet specific demands in key markets and an open scheduling/pricing platform, to specialty brokerage services dovetailed into the national and North American carrier network, OMVS emphasizes on attentive customer service and a personnel pool packed with knowledgeable, helpful people.

The task of creating an “Uber-for-Trucking” shared economy platform for the industry is in good hands, as OMVS empirically possesses both the technical capabilities (demonstrated by the creation of its ISTx Platform), and real-world industry experience needed in order to tie together all the perfect features that a truly captivating solution requires. Having tapped a top Houston-area software design firm known for its success making similar shared economy platforms back in mid-July, and having plowed months of research and engineering into optimizing the customer interface, OMVS is now floating JV potential, testing the waters for freight brokerage and paralleled industry operators to partner up with, as the debut of this revolutionary new online platform looms large on the horizon.

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Micro Fuel Cell & Hydrogen Tech Are Disruptive Technologies with Impact Spanning Multiple Markets


Neah Power System’s highly scalable, patented PowerChip® fuel cell technology acts as an instantly rechargeable battery that, once a given supply is depleted, can simply have its fuel cartridge swapped out to fully recharge the system. This core technology, in addition to the company’s formic acid reformer fuel cell system, Formira HOD™ (Hydrogen-on-Demand) and its BuzzBar Suite, designed to be the total, compact, off-grid charging solution for small electronics, has garnered NPWZ more and more attention from investors of late, due to the wide variety of applications such a portfolio covers. We are talking everything from UAVs for both the defense and commercial markets, as well as energy supply roles, to military, transportation, and portable electronics markets.

The hot-swappable fuel supply characteristic of NPWZ’s PowerChip solution is a key advantage to the system that not only resolves the recharge time duration, but offers extended range to the platform where it is applied, reduces swap out time and overall cost, as well as delivers sustained voltage levels over the entire duration of the fuel supply, unlike virtually all batteries, which are prone to voltage drops as the power discharges. Such capabilities are essential in military applications like field-deployed computer systems and modern battlefield hardware. The NPWZ technology also offers the potential to deliver around two to three times as much energy capacity as the military’s standard issue BA-5590 high capacity battery systems, which are used for the vast majority of portable power needs, but are also big, bulky, and require multiple units to be carried on extended missions, adding to already pressing logistical burdens.

Built using established computer chip manufacturing methods, this extremely robust and compact energy supply solution offers significant other advantages over batteries of the same weight and size, particularly in extended use scenarios. And, because the design can be configured for fully-sealed applications using a liquid oxidant/methanol fuel combination, the system is also perfect for subsea and space applications, where long-term use is part and parcel. The PowerChip is made in America at Neah Power’s Bothell, Washington facility, using established techniques that have been in continuous use throughout the semiconductor industry for over three decades, a fact which offers certain key cost-effectiveness and capital efficiency advantages that make the product extremely attractive, no matter what industry we are talking about. The company’s ongoing work with leading small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) developer, Silent Falcon™ UAS Technologies, to incorporate its fuel cell technology into their fixed wing drone platform is currently proceeding apace, and this integration, when completed, will form the basis for similar applications in other UAS/UAV platforms.

Because energy accounts for some $4 billion plus of the DOD budget every year (2013), and Army takes up around $1.3 billion of the pie, while managing some 1 billion or more square feet of building space, power outages on U.S. bases (87 in 2012 alone, costing around $7 million) have become a major keynote for the DOD’s ongoing transition to alternative energy. Fuel cell technology in particular has seen a growing amount of interest amid this push and the DOD’s target for 25 percent of all energy coming from renewable sources by 2025 cannot likely be seriously achieved alongside the need for increased robustness and electrical grid independence, without a sustained move towards localized fuel cell based systems.

This overarching trend is very bullish for fuel cell tech in general when it comes to military dollars, creating a fuel cell ecosystem vector that will no doubt continue to present technologies like NPWZ’s Formira HOD™ (Hydrogen-on-Demand) system with numerous advantages that will bleed over into the broader, planet-wide security, defense, and energy supply markets. The global drive towards renewables is extremely advantageous for a piece of technology like Formira, and Neah Power Systems announced earlier in September that their revolutionary HOD technology has been put up for $3.5 million in EU grant funding, with the ultimate goal of delivering scaled-up implementations of Formira for applications such as dedicated, on-site, premium-power generation at critical load facilities and the like. Such technology is seen as vital by the Fuel Cells and Hydrogen Joint Undertaking, a unique public private partnership tasked with advancing fuel cell and hydrogen energy technologies in Europe, which was recently reaffirmed as part of the Hydrogen Joint Technology Initiative, under the EU Horizon 2020 Framework.

Neah Power Systems is expected to publicly drop some new product videos and spec documents any day now, and the company is already in the preliminary stages of designing larger 1,000W and smaller 10W units for critical off-grid applications. Moreover, the company is well on its way towards the October 2015 target for demonstrating Formira HOD to the Australian Army, as part of the company’s teaming agreement with Tectonica Australia. Another teaming agreement, between NPWZ and Clear Path Technologies, has the company lined up for serious commercial momentum in various regions, and Neah Power has already executed several multi-million dollar proposals as part of the agreement in order to capture demand from potential customers. The company is also in ongoing talks with several entities in China to license and manufacture the technology.

Remote power in emerging markets is one of the key trends for the growing fuel cell technology industry, especially in countries handicapped by antiquated grid architectures such as India, where persistent rolling blackouts have continued to hamper progress, even since the now famous 2012 blackouts, which left over 700 million connected people (mostly in northern and eastern India) without power for days. Despite the seriousness and now inescapability of the national grid infrastructure problem in India, the best efforts by the government have thus far failed to really offset the rapidly growing public’s concerns about the future of the grid, and this is especially true in remote rural regions, many of whom are not yet even powered. It is difficult for remote villages to modernize or have any hope of a future without access to power and the Indian government has really started taking this problem seriously in recent years.

The ability of scalable fuel cell technology to serve as a drop-in solution for remote rural populations is the same feature that makes it ideal for forward bases in military applications, or for off-grid power at corporate installations. NPWZ’s ongoing talks with India’s Defence Research and Development Organisation, to finalize a licensing agreement for its PowerChip fuel cell technology, dovetails exceptionally well with PM Narendra Modi’s Make in India program that was launched last year around this time. Third-party validation of the technology from such a high profile global entity is a major coup for NPWZ and the same disruptive PowerChip fuel cell architecture that could soon be bringing power to India’s remotest villages, is also being advanced by NPWZ in the form of a ground breaking porous silicon-chip based battery application, the PowerChip® Battery.

Mobile energy uses for computing are a growth market for micro fuel cell applications like NPWZ’s PowerChip technology, whose development is the result of over $50 million in strategic investment capital from major sector players like chip manufacturing giant Intel’s (NASDAQ: INTC) venture capital arm, Intel Capital, and semiconductor innovators like Novellus, which was acquired by Lam Research (NASDAQ: LRCX) in 2012. The combination of advanced fuel cell technology and cutting-edge battery storage technology could forever change the way we think about power consumption rates in portable electronics and it would be wise for investors to keep an eye on micro fuel cell technology as the centrally disruptive factor in this arena.

The recent announcement of a pivotal teaming agreement with remote, real-time situational awareness technology developer, S4W Worldwide Technologies, to integrate NPWZ’s power generation and porous silicon battery technologies into S4W’s wearable cameras that are designed primarily for police and security markets, is just the latest feather in Neah Power Systems’ cap. This agreement calls for NPWZ to deliver commercial Formira HOD units, in addition to PowerChip fuel cell and PowerChip Battery engineering units to S4W, while also providing the requisite engineering and technical support needed to ensure that these technologies are integrated optimally into S4W’s own industry-leading products. This team-up could provide exactly what the booming wearable camera market has been yearning for, particularly among LEOs and operators in the security market: a reliable, high-performance, long-lasting power supply that will keep a unit running through an entire duty shift.

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The Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Ultra-Premium Handcrafted RWB Vodka to Sponsor VIP Suit at Vancouver Film Festival

The Aristocrat Group this morning reported that its top distilled spirits brand, Ultra-Premium Handcrafted RWB Vodka, will sponsor the VIP Filmmakers Suite this week at the Vancouver International Film Festival (VIFF).

VIFF is one of the five largest film festivals in North America, screening films from more than 70 countries on nine screens. Last year the festival attracted an audience of 144,000 in addition to 400 accredited film industry guests. The VIP Filmmakers Suite will play host to many of the festival’s most in-demand guests and attendees, providing ASCC an unparalleled branding opportunity with some of the North American film industry’s top names and devotees.

“The VIFF will be our first big marketing opportunity in Canada,” ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz stated in the news release. “Expanding distribution of RWB Vodka internationally is a major priority for our company, so we’re very excited about being the exclusive vodka of the VIP Filmmakers Suite. We expect many incredible photo opportunities with actors and celebrities posing alongside our brand.”

In recent months, ASCC has diligently worked to expand distribution of its flagship spirit into Canada, where vodka is the most popular distilled spirit category in the country, according to Agriculture and Agri-Foods Canada. The company plans to initially focus its marketing efforts in British Columbia before expanding to other markets across the country.

Handcrafted RWB Ultra-Premium Handcrafted Vodka is made with the highest-quality, non-GMO Idaho potatoes and pure mountain spring water and then refined by a five-stage filtration system that produces a gluten-free high-class vodka without the high-class price. It is available online to U.S. consumers and at more than 60 retail locations and 250 clubs, bars and restaurants.

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) Highlights Initiative to Legalize Industrial Hemp in North Carolina


Hemp, Inc. this morning reported that the hemp bill that replaced Senate Bill 313 could put the production of industrial hemp another step closer to legalization in North Carolina. The company pointed to a recent article by The News & Observer, “Hemp Farming Gets Support from NC House Panel,” which states that if the bill successfully passes through Congress, an appointed N.C. Industrial Hemp Commission would manage a pilot program.

The article also notes that the appointed commission would provide applications for hemp farming and coordinate research projects with N.C. State and N.C. A&T universities, falling in line with the Farm Bill (2014), which defines industrial hemp as distinct and authorizes universities or state agriculture departments to conduct research and pilot programs.

If passed through both the House and Senate, North Carolina’s hemp bill will also allow for hemp farming in the state. Representative Jeff Collins, sponsor of the legislation, believes North Carolina is the ideal location for hemp cultivation as it is home to one of five decorticators in the world.

“The Spring Hope facility will give North Carolina farmers a leg up in this industry,” Collins is quoted as saying in The News & Observer.

In light of this news, Hemp, Inc. appears to be well-positioned to take advantage of any opportunities stemming from the pending legislation. The company also issued an update on the status of its multipurpose industrial hemp processing plant in Spring Hope, North Carolina, which is now 80% complete. Among other updates, the company said the processing plant is being prepped for maximum operational efficiency and, in addition to three visits from a German engineer, an electrical contractor is on site assembling the electrical wiring. To-date, 50% of the wiring has already been laid in the cable trays.

While Hemp, Inc. executives expect the plant to be fully operational before the end of the fourth quarter of 2015, the company warns that unexpected delays could occur – though potential delays don’t dampen the company’s optimism over the potential of the entire project.

“Our hemp processing plant is the first and only commercial factory to be built in the United States in almost a century. We have been meticulously building the infrastructure to be able to vertically integrate growing, decortication, and milling and this is no small feat. We aim to spark a new clean green American Agricultural and Industrial Hemp Revolution for the American farmers and hemp product manufacturers. The infrastructure, now being put in place, will also have an astounding effect on the economy, all due to the revival of industrial hemp,” Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc. stated in the news release.

According to the company, the fact that hemp is not yet legal in North Carolina played no role in setting up shop in North Carolina. Executives say the company will process kenaf as soon as the decortication machinery is operational.

“We expect it to produce millions of dollars in revenue a year just from processing kenaf, which is legal and also very lucrative,” said Perlowin.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Offerings Gaining Attention with Conscientious Mall Shopping Parents with Children

September 28, 2015


Giggles N’ Hugs knows if it asks a good number of parents to describe their shopping experience with children 10 years and under, the word ‘impossible’ pops up over and over again. The reality is that busy parents are commonly faced with the predicament of needing to go to their local mall for one reason or another but also need to watch after their children at the same time. Mix in a sensory overloaded environment, time constraints and the normal hunger pangs that surface around noon or dinner time and parents find themselves faced with one of the more monumental multi-tasking feats this world has ever known.

GIGL has come to the rescue with organic, casual dining for mom and dad, and a huge playroom complete with educational wonders for the kids who get good exercise and entertainment with music, arts and crafts and puppet shows. And if that’s not enough, another big parental concern is addressed in that the kids are served healthy foods that parents can feel good about. Conscientious parents understand that good eating habits established early in life are gateways to a healthy lifestyle for years to come.

This is the type of business that offer’s “wins” for everyone involved – the kids, parents, traffic-seeking mall owners and shareholders. The company has taken serious interest from major mall operators throughout the country like Westfield Group, Macerich Group, Simon Properties and General Growth Properties. Most notably, Simon Properties collectively represents over 550 properties across the nation, each with access to choice demographics.

The company currently has three locations in upscale malls in Los Angeles – Century City Mall, Glendale Galleria and the Topanga Canyon Mall. GIGL is also hard at work scripting plans to expand nationwide with an organic menu aimed to bring customers through the doors; however, it will be the kid-friendly amenities that look to be responsible for drawing shoppers back over and over again. GIGL takes in revenue from restaurant sources like food and beverage, as well as beer and wine, and receives added revenues from admission fees for and one, three and six month membership packages, as well as themed parties

Giggles N Hugs, Inc. is the owner and operator of kid-friendly restaurants complete with play areas for children 10 years and younger in California. The company owns and operates restaurants in the Westfield Mall in Century City, a restaurant in the Westfield Topanga shopping center in Woodland Hills, and a restaurant in the Glendale Galleria in Glendale, California. Management is working to bring the experience to many more cities as well. Founded in 2010, Giggles N Hugs, Inc. is based in Los Angeles, California.

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Atlantic Wind & Solar Inc. (AWSL) Opens New Solar Energy Plant in Ontario

With a surge of interest in renewable energy comes many new developments that delve into ways of harnessing that energy. Atlantic Wind & Solar Inc. is happy to announce the opening of its $3 million 500 KW utility scale power plant in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. The rooftop installation of 1,980 solar panels is anticipated to produce 12,600 megawatt hours of power to Ontario over the next twenty years.

Atlantic Wind and Solar Inc. makes utility scale sustainable energy plants all over the world including Canada, South America, South Asia, and the Caribbean. The company’s president and CEO John Wilkes stated, “Each project completion further confirms our ability to convert established relationships of like-minded people and organizations into positive revenue-oriented projects that benefit our shareholder base and the environment. We continue to ensure that our product offering is competitive and have aggressive expansion plans, including strategic acquisitions and Joint Ventures in areas that fit our business model.”

Canada is a world leader in renewable energy development with 16.9% of its primary energy coming from that avenue. The number one renewable energy source of Canada is moving water, making up 59% of the energy supply. Canada is the third largest producer of hydroelectricity in the world with wind power coming in second at 1.6%. Solar power is quickly developing into another renewable energy source option. The country has a large land mass with varied physical characteristics, making it a viable area for sustainable energy production and growth.

What is renewable energy? It’s simply the energy taken from natural resources that can be replenished over time. Some examples of natural resources are sunlight, moving water, and wind. We can use that energy to produce electricity, transportation fuels, and industrial heat.

Specifically, solar energy comes from the sun as heat and light to provide electricity. This natural source can be harnessed in areas with greater access to sunlight with the installation of solar panels. With these panels, particles of light (photons) bump electrons free from atoms to create electricity. There are tons of photovoltaic cells in the panels to convert sunlight into electricity.

Canada especially has great solar potential as its access to the sun is comparable with the world’s largest cities. Half of Canada’s residential areas could be converted into solar platforms for renewable energy.

Fortunately, there are many pros to using solar energy. First, energy from the sun is free and in the long term these energy costs will be less than fossil fuel as rates continue to increase. Second, there is no waste or emissions from using solar power, making it an environmentally friendly option. Lastly, we have the sun for another 5 billion years so chances of running out of solar energy are slim.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Stem Cell Therapy Commercialization Progress on the Verge of Major Milestones

Stem cell technology’s real untilled and still extremely fertile soil is the therapeutics market, where injected cells could help repair damaged tissue systems and thus effectively treat many conditions, including degenerative ones, for which the current standard of care is often palliative at best. Dealing with the underlying cause of a given condition, through the gradual replacement and/or reinforcement of an impaired tissue system or organ using injected stem cells, represents a true paradigm shift in how we think about treating many of today’s most debilitating diseases. However, to tap into the rich spoils of this as yet largely undiscovered country, requires a mix of technologies and logistical capabilities, of which tragically few companies today can seriously boast.

One company that doesn’t need to boast, as it has clearly achieved both the capacity to proprietarily differentiate adult human cells by chemically stimulating unfertilized donor eggs, as well as provide long-term, storable, high-quality stem cell product for real-world, commercial-scale therapeutic applications, is International Stem Cell Corp. At the core of the company’s pipeline of rapidly emerging therapeutics is its parthenogenesis technology, whereby the company can create large batches of pluripotent (able to develop into any type of cell), human parthenogenetic stem cells (hpSCs), and do so in a completely ethical fashion. The company’s proprietary stimulation and differentiation technology also helps resolve the one major stumbling block facing stem cell therapies, immune rejection by the host. The company’s ability to make large batches of adult human cells from stem cells that are either specifically immune-matched to the donor, or immune-matched to the general population, gives ISCO an open road to therapy development, and the company has the testing to back up its technology too.

ISCO’s nine-month, 300 subject rodent model safety study, testing the tumorigenicity (propensity to promote tumor formation/growth) of its human neural stem cells (hpNSCs), which have been developed for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease (PD), was submitted back in July as part of the build up to phase 1/2a human clinical trials in Australia. This study followed up on earlier results by ISCO with its hpNSCs, showing no tumors in any of the animals receiving neural stem cell transplants. The demonstrated ability of injected hpNSCs to create new neurons that produce the primary neurotransmitter, dopamine (with whose falloff PD is causally associated), as well as exhibit a neuroprotectant effect on surviving neurons makes this technology a potential gold mine if human clinical trials yield good results.

Given that PD is a progressive, degenerative disorder, and that the current standard of care, oral levodopa (L-dopa), is associated with progressively worse periods where symptoms manifest themselves fully, called “off” periods, there hasn’t really been a good long-term solution for addressing the unmet needs of a majority of PD patients. This majority of PD patients, for whom the current standard of care so often feels like they are just postponing the inevitable succumbing to the disease’s impairments, are plagued by the frequency and intensity of relapse periods increasing as the disease progresses using L-dopa. ISCO isn’t trying to mask the problem chemically with synthetic dopamine, the company has developed injectable replacement neurons to treat the underlying brain tissue degeneration, and hopefully actually restore full functionality to the patient.

According to a new study out by research and consulting firm, GlobalData, the PD treatment market for just the U.S., Brazil, Japan, and the major EU member states is on track to hit upwards of $4.7 billion by 2022. However, newly FDA-approved market entrants, such as Xadago (safinamide) – a drug which blocks the primary enzyme which break down dopamine, from Zambon and its SIX Swiss Exchange-traded partner Newron Pharmaceuticals (SWX: NWRN) – or Impax Laboratories’ (NASDAQ: IPXL) RYTARY, an extended-release oral capsule formulation of carbidopa-levodopa – still do not address the underlying causes of the disease. It is up to a company like ISCO to bring forth a real therapeutic treatment option here, with ethical stem cell technology that can actually regenerate the damaged tissue system(s). With PD, given its progressive nature, it is not unthinkable that periodic injections, or simply a thorough course of therapeutic treatments with hpNSCs, could restore the patient to full functionality.

A good indicator of this potential is ISCO’s parallel hpNSC therapy pipeline for stroke, where preclinical data indicates that injections administered even several weeks after the stroke could actually reverse the typically associated functional deficits completely. The alternative to such a therapy in the case of a stroke is often grueling physical therapy, required in order to get back or re-learn lost motor function. But with ISCO’s treatment option on the table, stroke could be handled in the future with a simple injection regimen, even well after the initial stroke hospitalization. The tremendous potential of hpNSC therapy in strokes speaks volumes about what that same therapy can do for PD patients, given that both are maladies of the CNS, and that the therapy functions by replacing damaged neurological tissue.

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GrowBLOX Sciences, Inc. (GBLX): First of Several Planned Medical Cannabis Cultivation Labs Scheduled for 4Q

GrowBLOX Sciences, a biopharmaceutical company with state-of-the-art technologies in plant biology and cultivation designed to produce consistent medicinal cannabis, today reports that the first of its four planned Cultivation Labs – this one a 30,000-square-foot facility in Las Vegas – is scheduled to open by the end of the fourth quarter. In the news release regarding the upcoming opening, the company posted several pictures of its Cultivation Lab (

Packed with cutting-edge technology, the Las Vegas Cultivation Lab will feature fully contained clean room structures equipped with state-of-the-art lighting, air handling, humidity control, CO2 management, irrigation and fertigation. A centralized automated system and remote access controls will operate these important features, enabling for a high level of precision environmental control and monitoring essential for the collection of new data that will be invaluable for the medical cannabis industry.

When it comes to production, at full capacity the Las Vegas Cultivation Lab will produce more than 7,000 pounds of certified medical grade raw material annually. It will feature the precision of a laboratory and the size of a greenhouse. As the first of four planned laboratories and at full capacity, the company projects the Las Vegas Cultivation Lab will generate $10 million-$12 million in revenue per annum.

“Our flagship laboratory, the Las Vegas Cultivation Lab, is only the first of four Cultivation Labs being built. As such, it is the standard bearer for the cutting-edge technological growing of medical grade cannabis, and is a timely address to the problem of inadequate supplies of medical grade cannabis. GrowBLOX Sciences continues to be a frontrunner in the medical cannabis industry — and this is only the beginning of great things to come,” chairman of the board and CEO Craig Ellins stated in the news release.

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Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) Launches New Corporate Website

Cherubim Interests, a development-stage alternative construction and real estate development company, today introduced its updated corporate website ( Built from the ground up, the website is designed to better communicate ongoing progress and provide thorough descriptions of the company’s products and operations, key leadership, market opportunities, and more.

The new Investors Center features the company’s news releases, stock information, regulatory filings, and an in-depth investor presentation. In today’s press release, Cherubim also said it will be launching an Investor Relations Kit in coming weeks to provide further insight into its market opportunities and current activity. The kit will be available on the corporate website.

Cherubim Chief Executive Officer Patrick Johnson stated, “We’re proud to unveil the revamped Cherubim website to better reflect our aggressive efforts to gain momentum in high-potential niche markets. Our growth strategy is based on a hybrid business model that positions us to advance our wholly owned subsidiary, BudCube Cultivation Systems USA, while exploring opportunities in vertical markets and maintaining our primary focus on real estate acquisition and development of single, multi-family and commercial rental properties, and portable, scalable plant cultivation facilities.”

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On the Move Systems, Inc. (OMVS) Announces Search for Joint Venture Partners ahead of App Launch

Today, On the Move Systems issued a press release announcing that it is looking to add depth and value to the company’s launch of its upcoming “Uber-for-Trucking” online platform by possibly adding partners.

“We’re actively searching for innovative, dynamic partners who can bring the proper synergy and a complementary range of services to the table,” stated OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “We’ve developed an aggressive plan to build revenues with our shared economy trucking platform. This plan has progressed steadily and is nearing fruition. By adding a partner that can deliver additional value to our users, such as brokerage offerings, we can become even stronger and take greater advantage of opportunities for continued growth and expansion.”

On the Move Systems anticipates introducing a new era with this game-changing, on-demand shared economy platform by allowing truckers to connect via an online app to improve operations, scheduling, routing and optimization.

A recent Frost & Sullivan report predicted trucking will soon see an Uber-style transformation, where online, on-demand apps like the one being developed by OMVS will play a major role in logistics operations and revenue-generation. Freight transportation services generate $1 trillion in revenues each year in the U.S., with trucking making up a $600 billion slice of that pie.

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ContentChecked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) – An Innovative Developer of Smartphone Applications

September 25, 2015

ContentChecked has fashioned a ground-breaking marketplace for people with food allergies, dietary restrictions, chronic headaches and migraines and the organizations that cater to them. By inventing and introducing its ContentChecked, SugarChecked and MigraineChecked smartphone applications to this market, ContentChecked is aiming to serve, in the US alone, an estimated 15 million people living with food-related allergies (a number that has grown by 50% in the last 14 years) and an estimated 38 million people suffering from migraine and chronic headaches.

These days, ContentChecked is moving from the successful initial launch of its ContentChecked app to the wider release and marketing of all of its apps so that it may continue to impact people worldwide.

The food allergy market alone has an estimated value of $6 billion USD. For this market, the company promotes two of its three apps: ContentChecked and SugarChecked. The company’s namesake ContentChecked allows users to enter their individual allergies into the app and to scan any bar code with their smartphone while shopping or at a friend’s home in order to find out immediately if they are allergic to that item. Similarly, the company’s newest app SugarChecked pinpoints the four main types of sugars that consumers can avoid, including added sugars, artificial sweeteners, natural low-calorie sweeteners and sugar alcohols. This application serves as an easy shopping tool for consumers looking to decode often-misleading food labels, and to receive recommendations for healthier alternatives while shopping in real time.

Along with ContentChecked, the company’s other app MigraineChecked has reached broad adoption levels. This app addresses the migraine and chronic headache market by linking a person’s migraine headache to certain foods.

All in all, ContentChecked’s apps allow users to use their smartphones to scan the bar code on any food item of interest and decide if it is safe for consumption. The apps also helps users to personalize their shopping lists and ensure they purchase products that are compatible with their specific food allergies and intolerances. If the food item is not suitable for consumption, the apps will recommend an appropriate substitute per the user’s specific dietary profile.

With its latest round of funding — a $4.5 million debt financing completed in September 2015 with Hillair Capital Investments, an award winning U.S. fund, the ContentChecked team will continue the journey they began when the company was founded in 2013 to create and commercialize their current and additional food-related apps worldwide.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL): The Number One Family Restaurant, Indoor Playspace & Kids Party Place in LA


A growing number of Americans today are eating healthier, with a keen eye for locally-sourced, organically-grown ingredients, and this has led to an unprecedented shift towards healthy, organic foods in the roughly $709 billion in sales (National Restaurant Association’s 2015 Restaurant Industry Forecast) restaurant and foodservice industry. And while fast casual chains, which saw 11 percent sales growth the year before last overall, continue to increasingly move towards healthier choices, there has yet to be really big winners over on the $224 billion by 2018 (Euromonitor) full-service side of the equation. With recent winners in the fast casual game like Panera Bread’s (NASDAQ: PNRA) bakery-cafe locations and Noodles & Co. (NASDAQ: NDLS), which features globally inspired noodle and pasta dishes, as well as soups, salads and sandwiches, it is clear that organic choices and newly rethought menus designed to cater to the health-conscious are now officially big business in the restaurant industry.

Fusing a best-of-breed organic menu featuring fresh salads, sandwiches, wraps, Panini’s, pizzas and pasta, as well as appetizers and desserts, together with a Gymboree-like child play area that is full of climbers, ball pits, castles, dragons, pirate ships, and fun tactile games to play, is LA-based Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. Designed as a family casual dining restaurant and playspace targeting parents and their young children, Giggles N’ Hugs has the potential to develop into a household name brand that is recognized by everyone, thanks to the deep bench of management talent, with decades of collective experience spanning both the fast casual restaurant sector, and child play area market. The concept and target market is simple to grasp, but until now no one was really catering to the upscale kid party market in dining with an organic restaurant concept, leaving the much sought after high earner demographics to fend for themselves.

Organic casual dining for mom and dad, with a giant playroom full of wonders for kids 1 to 12 to explore and play around in, getting good exercise and being periodically entertained by events like arts and crafts, puppet shows, or music. And the kids get to eat healthy, organic foods that parents can feel good about. Health-conscious, organic food-buying parents know that establishing healthy eating habits while young and associating healthy eating with physical activity is a great way to prepare kids for a lifetime of better living. Something which gives parents a huge incentive to come back again and again.

Whether it’s for a play lunch, a chance for parents to simply unwind with a drink while the kids play happily, or to leave the kids where they can enjoy themselves safely in an expansive 2,500 square foot or more play area. Under the watchful and attentive eye of trained “aides” who assist with the children’s enjoyment, parents can feel easy as they take in the consumer buffet of the numerous shops available in the mall or galleria where the Giggles N’ Hugs location is present. Being able to shop in peace, secure in the knowledge that the kids are happily playing and are safe is a godsend for busy parents. This one factor of the company’s approach to the space could drive sustained revenues to new levels amid a nationwide expansion.

This aspect of the business represents a significant asset to mall owners, offering potential mall goers a service that enables their overall experience mightily. This synergistic relationship between the nature of the business and the location where a given venue is present gives GIGL attractive expansion benefits, such as an on average 75 percent discount when it comes to commercial space rental fees, and as much as $700,000 up-front cash in some cases, enough to cover around half the build-out or site refurbish needed to open a new location. The company has taken serious interest from major mall operators throughout the country like Westfield Group, Macerich Group, General Growth Properties, and even Simon Properties, the biggest of the four, who collectively represent over 550 properties across the nation, each with access to choice demographics.

With three initial locations in upscale LA malls (Century City Mall, Glendale Galleria and the Topanga Canyon Mall) and plans to expand nationwide already in the offing, a sumptuous organic menu might drive customers in the doors, but it’s the kid-friendly amenities that will get shoppers to come back for more. GIGL takes in revenue from all the usual restaurant sources like food and beverage, as well as beer and wine, but gets the added revenues from admission fees for the play area, membership fees (one-month, three-month and six-months unlimited play) from regulars who get a substantial discount with the membership, and themed parties (roughly 40 percent of revenues), which put those typical at competitors in the industry, like Chuck E. Cheese, to shame.

At Giggles N’ Hugs, kids get organic food, drinks, a fresh desert, a wide variety of engaging activities including games, dance parties, puppet shows and music by professional entertainers, as well as return passes, and the entire party can be from among a whole range of themes. Chuck E. Cheese by comparison only offers Superhero and Princess themes, with two slices of pizza per kid, drinks, video games, and a candy piñata for around the same $350 price tag. At Giggles N’ Hugs kids can choose from over eight different themes, and the highly trained, CPR-certified staff really go out of their way to ensure the quality of the experience.

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) Strategically Positioned to Capitalize on Growing Movement to Legalize Industrial Hemp Production


Production of industrial hemp, though currently illegal throughout much of the country, is ingrained into the very fabric of the United States. George Washington was a noted proponent for hemp production, and farmers were even permitted to pay their federal taxes with the vital crop for more than 200 years. By 1850, there were more than 8,300 hemp farms across the nation. However, additional taxes imposed by the Marihuana Tax Act of 1937 made hemp production too expensive to compete with international operations. If that didn’t damage the country’s industrial hemp market enough, a bit of mistaken identity with its high-inducing cousin was enough to land industrial hemp on the country’s blacklist following the Controlled Substances Act.

Although imported hemp has been legal since 1998, the federal government has been reluctant to remove the regulatory ban on the production of the useful crop. As a result, states are beginning to take matters into their own hands. In 2014, farmers in Colorado harvested the first legal, domestically-produced industrial hemp crop in more than half a century, and other states have since taken notice of the success of the Colorado industry. Hemp, Inc., through the operation of its 70,000 square-foot decortication and milling plant, is prepared to capitalize on this movement when legalization is achieved in North Carolina.

Since 2014, a total of 13 states – including South Carolina, Virginia, Tennessee and Kentucky – have passed laws allowing industrial hemp farming for research and/or commercial purposes. In July, the state of North Carolina took a major step toward hemp legalization when it enacted a new law allowing for the prescription of hemp oils to patients with intractable epilepsy without the need for a pilot study. Hemp, Inc.’s management team highlighted the considerable promise provided by this decision.

“Many advocators and supporters feel this is a huge step for any level of medicinal use of the cannabis plant,” Craig Perlowin, secretary and director of Hemp, Inc., stated in a news release. “How long do you think it will take for North Carolina to allow it to be grown in its own backyard? After these amendments, I suspect not long at all.”

In the meantime, Hemp, Inc. is putting its decortication plant – which is among the largest in the world – to work by processing kenaf, an annual, non-wood fiber plant that’s indigenous to central Africa. For prospective shareholders, the company demonstrates tremendous potential upside, particularly as the movement to legalize industrial hemp production in North Carolina gains steam.

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The Many Faces, and Multiple Opportunities of Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT)

Cherubim Interests is a development-stage alternative construction and real estate development company operating under a hybrid business model that enables it to explore and secure various opportunities within the controlled environment agriculture sectors.

With its recent acquisition of an exclusive worldwide license to deploy a proprietary plant cultivation technology, Cherubim operates through its wholly owned BudCube Cultivation System USA subsidiary with plans to construct, deploy and lease scalable medical and recreational marijuana cultivation facilities for commercial applications.

Coupled with a real estate development and property management business model, BudCube can position itself anywhere in the world where the cultivation of cannabis is legal. The subsidiary’s unique business model positions the company to greatly benefit as more market participants seek to gain entry into a fast-growing market at an attractive price point.

Armed with the ability to lease a portable and scalable turn-key cultivation solution to growers, Cherubim aims to use its licensed solution to fill the gap for both first-time and experienced cultivators who may not have the capital resources to buy land, construct or tenant-improve existing structures for the optimum environment for developing a high-quality cannabis product.

BudCube also serves as a gateway to take advantage of increasing demand for grow space to accommodate cannabis and other plant species. In this respect, Cherubim’s ultimate plans are similar to that of mini-storage companies – think along the lines of Public Storage (NYSE:PSA) – by leasing secured square footage to individuals and corporations who need it. The company’s hybrid business model again comes into play here, as Cherubim plans to offer ingle tenant or “macro solutions” in addition to traditional multi-tenant or “micro solutions.”

Single Tenant “Micro” Application: In this model, Cherubim will enter into an agreement to provide a total cultivation solution to a sole tenant. The company will acquire and develop the land required and deploy a “macro” solution to square footage specifications required by that tenant.

Multi-Tenant “Macro” Application: Here, Cherubim will select various land positions across the United States and develop and open select secured locations where multiple tenants can lease “micro” solutions to individuals. Each location will have varying sizes based on market research relative to geographical area.

Overall, Cherubim’s strategy is to specialize in a wide array of development activities, including due diligence, acquisition, planning, construction, renovation, and property management, that will position the company to upgrade its assets to full market potential while providing a significant return to investors. This comprehensive expertise allows Cherubim to provide beginning-to-end development programs for all acquisitions.

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On The Move Systems Corp. (OMVS) – Exploring New Horizons

September 24, 2015

Florida-based On The Move Systems has a unique knack for entering new markets. Backed by a consistent long-term industry vision, the company is focused on establishing a scalable business that leverages private aviation routes to facilitate private air charter, freight shipment, as well as medical and exotic / animal transport services.

For five years, On the Move Systems has offered a portfolio of transportation, logistics and business services to global clients and a transportation management market that is expected to grow to approximately $15 billion over the next half decade. The company has continuously pursued one goal: to make it easier and more affordable for consumers to locate and buy transportation and logistics booking services from private air travel to luxury ground transport.

On The Move Systems is now turning its attention to ways it can help retailers. Typically, large retailers, like Wal-Mart and Amazon, invest millions in technology in order to ensure their customers’ order are quickly packaged and shipped only to see their efforts spoiled by poor delivery service during the shipment’s “last mile.” This is a situation that customers rarely take kindly to and that often results in their vowing to take their business somewhere else. On The Move Systems intends to assist retailers with this problem using its proposed shared economy courier service which promises fast, on-demand, professional, courteous delivery service.

The company also means to approach smaller retailers about its proposed shared economy courier service. Compared to Amazon and Wal-Mart, smaller retailers have limited capital resources to invest in ensuring their customers receive last-mile satisfaction. As a result, there is a promising business opportunity here for On The Move Systems. The company aims to help smaller retailers match Wal-Mart’s and Amazon’s speed, efficiency and service and put them on better competitive footing with the retail giants, especially as the holidays approach and shippers face delayed delivery times.

Market estimates have measured the annual value of large last-mile shipments at approximately $8 billion and the value of smaller shipments at a much higher number. Retail industry analysts have also forecasted that companies that can influence last-mile solutions will be able to achieve smart growth and reap profits.

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CD International Enterprises, Inc. (CDII) Spurring Financial Growth through Acquisition of Holding Company with Consolidated Net Income of $6 Million

CD International Enterprises, an emerging leader in the field of industrial commodity distribution, is promoting rapid growth through the utilization of an aggressive merger and acquisition strategy. Earlier this week, the company took a significant step toward realizing this goal by entering into an agreement to acquire a holding company that recorded consolidated revenues of more than $25 million and consolidated net income of over $6 million in 2014, according to unaudited financial statements.

Based in Hong Kong, the acquisition candidate is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of HK International Finance & Investment Group Limited and has diversified operations in a collection of service industries – including hospitality, health endowment and construction design. CDII’s management team has already initiated its due diligence process for the acquisition, and it plans to complete an audit of the candidate’s recent financial statements by the end of this year.

“One of management’s focuses on growing the company again is growth through merger and acquisition,” Dr. James Wang, chairman and chief executive officer of CDII, stated in a news release. “Management is actively looking for merger and acquisition opportunities that align with our strategic priorities.”

Since terminating its manufacturing business in 2014 in favor of less capital intensive business opportunities, CDII has operated under two unique segments – including its mineral trading segment, which sources and distributes industrial commodities to China, and its consulting segment, which provides consulting services to firms that operate or are seeking business opportunities primarily in China and the Americas. Through these two segments, CDII has established a substantial business network throughout its target markets which is now playing a key role in its global expansion efforts.

While slumping mineral prices have had a considerable effect on its financial results in recent months, the company expects demand for its consulting services to steadily rise through 2017. This demand, in combination with the extended reach provided by its recently announced acquisition agreement, are expected to facilitate CDII’s financial growth in the months to come. For prospective shareholders, CDII’s progress toward the monetization of its established business network makes it an intriguing investment opportunity moving forward.

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Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (AVDX) Begins OvaDx® Ovarian Cancer Test Calibration Necessary for FDA Submission

Avant Diagnostics, an innovator in molecular diagnostics, this morning announced the start of calibration testing in preparation for the company’s validation study of OvaDx®, which will be used to support a pre-submission package to the United States Food and Drug Administration (“FDA”). Avant expects to complete the calibration testing within 30 days.

OvaDx® is a sophisticated microarray-based test proposed for use in monitoring women previously diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Pre-clinical research studies with OvaDx® indicate high sensitivity and specificity for all types and stages of ovarian cancer.

Upon completion of the testing, Avant said it intends to test the previously purchased set of ovarian cancer specimens, including serial sets obtained from women previously diagnosed with ovarian cancer, which will serve as the validation study and form the basis of the pre-submission package that will be submitted to FDA for review and comment prior to the commencement of the OvaDx® 510(k) trial.

The validation study and 510(k) trial will be conducted in a double-blinded environment supervised by independent clinical research organization DOCRO, Inc. Validation study results are expected to be published in a peer-reviewed scientific journal within six months of test completion and data analysis.

“The entire Avant team has been working tirelessly over the past few months to reach this critical milestone. We look forward to communicating to our shareholders and the markets as we move through the FDA negotiations and review of our 510(k) submission,” Gregg Linn, Avant’s CEO and president stated in the news release.

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Actively Transforming the Payments Industry for the Future of Money

Two of the key facilitators of the burgeoning mcommerce space (which is on track to run at around a 25.72 percent CAGR through 2019 according to a report out in May from TechNavio), continue to be digital currencies and the proliferation of point-of-sale solutions that make it easier than ever to shop on the go. Driven by such rapidly evolving technologies as the cryptocurrency Bitcoin ($3.3 billion market cap) and other digital currencies, as well as near-field communication enabled point-of-sale software and devices, m-commerce is on pace to eclipse ecommerce’s growth rate of 13 percent, running as hot as 42 percent, according to a study published earlier this year by PayPal and global market research firm Ipsos.

That same study, spanning 22 countries, showed that 64 percent of users reportedly made purchases using apps, with mobile browsers representing only 52 percent of consumer purchases. This phenomena is driven by in-app and associated retailer conveniences, like instant payment confirmation and having in-app auto reminders for things such as coupons or discounts. Such underlying market dynamics are a major reason that enterprise accelerator, Alternet Systems (OTC: ALYI), moved in August to secure a strategic partnership between its wholly-owned Alternet Payment Solutions subsidiary, and Brazilian multichannel electronic point-of-sale solutions provider, MUXI. This move showcases ALYI’s aggressive launching of efforts across the e-commerce/m-commerce and legacy electronic point-of-sale landscapes, and how the company is constantly looking to supercharge innovative services and solutions that have true disruptive potential.

MUXI’s point-of-sale administration platform POSWEB® makes it easier than ever for the over 20 million merchants in the U.S. (who collectively represent the biggest point-of-sale market on earth, at 32 percent of the global $37 billion market in 2013) to implement mobile-friendly point-of-sale solutions, which allow total proprietor control over their assets and network. POSWEB is a patented, hardware agnostic, front-end transactional platform that was designed to be the ideal answer for building a robust, modern point-of-sale deployment. MUXI’s payment solution architecture also allows for seamless, remote software updating across all point-of-sale devices in the network, with applications in the platform that also allow tablets and smartphones to be used as part of a highly cost-effective mobile point-of-sale implementation. But these solutions from MUXI are also perfect for a much wider variety of operations as well, out beyond the primary growth markets of retail and hospitality targeted by ALYI, with everyone from acquirers, payment facilitators and issuers, to banking correspondents and value-added service providers benefiting from MUXI’s wide variety of payment solutions.

These are precisely the kinds of services and solutions needed to shake up the entrenched legacy point-of-sale payments infrastructure throughout North America, with its limited ability to manage mobile apps and cutting-edge payment systems, and bring about a paradigm shift towards a tighter feedback loop on the market segmentation end of things as well. After all, one of Alternet’s main focus points is big data analytics, mainly in marketing automation and micro-segmentation. Achieving pure micro-segmentation provides a much more granular, up-close view of customer demographic, psychographic and behavioral data. By looking at an ecosystem of payments, financial accounting and social media data, the huge market in advanced predictive analytics on both the finance/telecom side, and consumer mass market sides of the equation can be tapped for sizeable revenues, to be generated from high-quality customer segmentation analysis technologies and services. This information also helps identify and cater to new, unserved and underserved pockets of consumers, as well as providing the necessary payment processing momentum to provide solutions for the unbanked, or in global markets that need greater financial inclusion.

But Alternet Systems is not content to simply rest on the laurels of bringing transformative, big data-enabling point-of-sale solutions to the U.S. market. The company is also actively looking to execute a roll-up strategy in the digital currency exchange space. Looking to launch a global digital currency exchange presence via its wholly-owned subsidiary, OneMarket, ALYI has moved aggressively to acquire its New York State BitLicense, following Coinbase into the exchange game. The company has already invested considerable time and due diligence preparing to fully launch a global digital currency exchange subsequent to the BitLicense approval which, through OneMarket, would handle digital currencies, as well as foreign currencies, and commodities.

Digital currencies like Bitcoin have become an extremely attractive play amid a growing mobile wallet market set to hit $16 trillion by 2018 (Transparency Market Research, October 2014). Contenders like PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL), as well as Apple’s (NASDAQ: AAPL) Apple Pay, Google’s (NASDAQ: GOOG) Google Wallet, and Amazon’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) Amazon Payments, are all vying to capture big chunks of this much sought after space.

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The Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Defies Trends with Ultra-Premium Product Offering

The Aristocrat Group Corp. today reminded shareholders why its Ultra-Premium Handcrafted RWB Vodka has become one of the most awarded American-made vodkas. Even though the U.S. marketplace has become ever more crowded with various vodkas, ASCC’s focus on quality ingredients and premium distillation has outperformed the competition.

Created using only the highest quality Idaho russet potatoes and pure, mountain spring water, RWB is distilled in the American heartland using a unique four-column distillation process before being filtered five times to achieve a perfectly balanced vodka that has been subjected to the most exacting standards in the industry.

With its old-fashioned commitment to quality, RWB Vodka has become a hit with both consumers and critics alike. Since its launch approximately two years ago, RWB has received 18 tasting awards in competitions at home and abroad.

“Dumping a bunch of sugar in vodka and calling it ‘cotton candy flavor’ is not a recipe for a distilled spirit that will stand the test of time,” stated ASCC CEO Robert Federowicz. “The flavored vodka trend in the U.S. is dying out rapidly as consumers seek out traditional spirits made by experienced distillers for their craft cocktails.

“We set out to be a leader in this industry, not a follower—and our product speaks for itself,” he added.

Today RWB Vodka is available online and at nearly 300 locations. This ultra-premium vodka is the lynchpin of a growing portfolio of brands marketed and developed by the Aristocrat Group Corp. as the company works to capitalize on the rising commercial popularity of the domestic distilled spirits sector.

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