Monthly Archives: October 2015

ContentChecked Holdings, Inc.’s (CNCK) SugarChecked App Reviewed in Division of USA Today

October 30, 2015

ContentChecked is the developer of MigraineChecked, SugarChecked and ContentChecked, an innovative family of health apps designed for individuals with dietary restrictions and/or food intolerances or preferences. As consumer awareness of its apps continues to rise, the company is also finding itself in other invaluable spotlights. ContentChecked’s SugarChecked app was recently featured in Reviewed.com, a division of USA Today.

Reviewed.com is a consumer-oriented site that delivers comprehensive reviews conducted by a panel of product experts. Read the full article here: Cutting Back on Sugar? There’s an App for That (http://dtn.fm/AVCg6).

The article notes the high sugar intake of the average American, despite mounting research that links high sugar consumption with obesity, cardiovascular disease, dementia, macular degeneration, tooth decay and Type 2 diabetes.

“A big part of the problem is that sugar is hidden in many of today’s processed foods. That’s where a new app called SugarChecked may come in handy. SugarChecked lets shoppers scan product barcodes at the grocery store to reveal detailed sugar content information. The app identifies four main types of sugars that consumers can avoid … As well as unmasking often-deceptive food labels, SugarChecked provides shoppers with recommendations for healthier alternatives in real time,” reads the article.

After further describing the technology and its features, the article concludes with sugar intake recommendations from the American Heart Association and lists several foods with “hidden” sugars – validating the value of ContentChecked’s full suite of apps.

For more information, visit www.contentchecked.com

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP): Industrial Hemp Could be Legal in North Carolina at Midnight Tonight

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Hemp, Inc. this morning issued an update regarding the ongoing push for legalization of industrial hemp in North Carolina, along with rising interest and awareness of the Hemp, Inc. brand, subsidiary and decortication facility.

In the news release, Hemp, Inc. cites an article in The News and Observer written by Colin Campbell, which reports that industrial hemp could be legal in North Carolina tonight. As previously reported, the Industrial Hemp Bill in North Carolina (Senate Bill 313) passed the state’s House and Senate last month and now awaits Governor Pat McCrory’s signature. According to The News and Observer article, unless the governor vetoes it before midnight, it will become law without his signature at midnight Friday.

Campbell also references Hemp, Inc.’s multipurpose industrial hemp processing facility in Spring Hope, North Carolina, writing that North Carolina is “home to one of the country’s only decortication plants, a facility that processes hemp to sell to textile manufacturers and other users. The multimillion-dollar plant is set to start production within months at a cavernous warehouse outside the small Nash County town of Spring Hope.”

Once legalized, North Carolina will be home to the only industrial hemp commercial decortication facility in the United States – and Hemp, Inc. will be at the forefront of this important breakthrough. While many other had abandoned the belief that North Carolina would legalize hemp, Hemp, Inc. CEO Bruce Perlowin stayed firm to his belief otherwise and kept his plant in the state.

“We were being wooed to move the plant to South Carolina, Kentucky, Colorado, and even Canada,” he says. “However, I knew the legalization of industrial hemp in North Carolina could not be that far off. We would happily process the millions of pounds of kenaf, inherited with the purchase of the decortication equipment, while we waited for hemp to be legalized. And now, it seems that day starts at midnight for the state of North Carolina.”

David Schmitt, COO of Hemp, Inc.’s subsidiary, Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC was also featured in a video explaining the manufacturing process of the decortication facility and what the company expects to accomplish once the clock strikes 12.

The company has also rebuilt one of its two mills, to be used in the manufacture of Drillwall LCMs. The first of the portable decortication plants have also arrived at Hemp, Inc.’s facility, which will allow Hemp, Inc. to help farmers decorticate their crops in states too far away to utilize Hemp, Inc.’s processing facilities.

Hemp, Inc. also said it will build a testing lab to house new product development testing and testing raw hemp materials, fibers and hemp-based products. This will position the company’s decortication facility as the nation’s only commercial testing lab for industrial hemp.

Bob Hughes, VP of Hemp, Inc.’s Sales and Marketing, said, “I don’t know of any other industrial hemp testing labs in North America except in Manitoba and other places in Canada… none here in the United States. We will be the first. Additionally, as the plant approaches the final phase of completion, we are reaching out to our contacts, which are some of the largest petroleum, oil and gas companies in the world. We will truly be the leaders of the industrial hemp industry.”

The testing lab and equipment will enable the production of bio-based polymers, and a powdery kenaf or hemp substance, a key component in products that will be produced in the facility. All of the raw materials will also be a natural, organic alternative to chemical-based compounds.

“What we will be manufacturing is what you would consider ‘food grade’… natural, bio-organic and non-toxic. We do everything green and will be testing for the quality of products we produce. Quality assurance is our primary goal for our customer base,” said Hughes.

Striving to update the public on hemp, its many uses, and the company’s operations, Industrial Hemp Manufacturing, LLC on November 4, 2015, will host the Weed 4 Warriors at its facility in Spring Hope. Weed 4 Warriors will be given a plant tour, and Q&A time after educating them on the vast number of products that can be manufactured from Industrial Hemp.

For more information visit www.hempinc.com

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Model Uniquely Healthy and Practical for Mall Goers of All Ages

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Regardless of how well-mannered little Johnny and Suzy are, there’s something about a trip to the mall that has a way of changing their demeanor in the blink of an eye. This behavioral phenomenon transforms what should be a relaxing shopping experience for the entire family into a physical and emotional tug-of-war for everyone who gets into and pops out of the minivan in row R34. The net of the story is that if you want to take little Johnny and Suzy out someplace for an exclusive, youthful event, the market offers a limited number of options.

As for food, a menu made up of high-quality organic food amid an environment with a casual dining area for adults, and a huge play area for the little ones, is the model Giggles N’ Hugs has been executing on rather successfully in Los Angeles for over two years. Parents can now relax while their children get healthy exercise while enjoying the themed Gymboree-like play area. Giggles N’ Hugs is experiencing rousing applause from patrons and mall owners at its three locations in upscale shopping centers around LA. It comes as no surprise that many Hollywood celebrities have taken their kids to eat and play at these GIGL locales.

Parents welcome GIGL’s high-end organic dishes versus the traditional mall fare – carbohydrate and sugar laden fast-food. Phrases like ‘unlimited potential’ mark the description of what is truly a unique and practical restaurant concept. What’s more is that shareholders point to the recent Q2 filings for promising financial data which shows increasing sales volume and intrigue with the company’s themed birthday parties. Further, private party rentals were noted trending upward in Q2, with year-over-year gains of 3.4 percent.

Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. owns and operates a restaurant 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. Giggles N’ Hugs was founded in 2010 and is based in Los Angeles, California.

For more information on the company visit www.gigglesnhugs.com

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Continues to Lead On-Shoring Movement with Announcement of Freedom IV Product Line

Power outages can be a costly issue for small businesses and homeowners. According to a report by Climate Central, an estimated 147 million utility customers lost power for at least an hour due to weather-related outages over the last decade, an average of nearly 15 million customers each year. For small businesses, these outages often result in a loss of productivity and, as a result, lost revenue. For homeowners, they can mean hundreds of dollars in lost groceries and considerable inconvenience.

Traditionally, the best approach to limiting the effects of power outages has been gasoline or diesel powered generators. However, generators present a host of critical drawbacks to users – including substantial noise, an unpleasant odor and general unreliability. In September, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. unveiled an alternative to this problematic back-up power solution through the introduction of its innovative Freedom IV stationary power system.

“Our Freedom IV stationary power system will allow homeowners to move away from the noisy, smelly, sometimes unreliable generators and rely on clean lithium batteries for their back up power,” Steve Barber, executive chairman and chief executive officer of Oakridge, stated in a news release. “This revolutionary product will provide many hours of clean power and years of peace of mind.”

Oakridge will begin shipping the Freedom IV product line in December. In order to address the specific power requirements of customers, the company plans to offer a variety of sizes ranging from 6.5 kilowatt hours (kWh) to more than 35 kWh. During installation, homeowners will have the option to interface the Freedom IV system with existing solar or wind power infrastructure for off-grid applications or connect it to the grid in order to save money during peak hours by storing energy during off-peak times.

In addition to providing high quality stored energy solutions to a rapidly expanding market, Oakridge is ensuring that it has a positive impact on its community by manufacturing its lithium battery systems domestically in its recently-completed U.S. manufacturing facilities. These efforts, which Oakridge management refer to as part of the ongoing ‘on-shoring movement’, allow the company to bring manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. while simultaneously addressing a growing market demand for dependable, high quality products and driving maximized shareholder value.

For more information, visit www.oakg.net

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Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) – Cultivating Commercial Applications for Agricultural Spaces

Cherubim Interests has progressed from researching opportunities in the controlled environment agriculture sector to engaging in promising ventures. The company found its way into this space this past summer when it acquired an exclusive license to deploy a self-contained cultivation unit designed to enable perennial plant cultivation in any locale with water and electricity.

Cherubim Interests will work in unison with its wholly-owned subsidiary, BudCube Cultivation Systems (BCS), to build, install and lease facilities employing this proprietary plant cultivation technology for commercial applications in states where growing medical and recreational cannabis is lawful.

Cherubim Interests has been tracking the progression of the cannabis industry for some time. When a growing number of states in the U.S. began legalizing the recreational and medical use of cannabis, the company decided to strike while the iron was hot and exploit the rising demand for grow space for cannabis and other plant species. In addition to addressing unmet needs, the company wants to develop the standard operating procedures for the plant cultivation technology and industrial facilities it is focus on constructing, deploying and leasing.

Cherubim Interests is standing at a crossroads at this moment in time. Although newly evolving, the recreational and medical marijuana industry is changing at a fast pace. The company has an opportunity to leave its imprint on this industry but it needs to move quickly. To ensure it operates flexibly and with scalability in mind, Cherubim Interests has adopted a hybrid business model and creative marketing strategy that, while uncommon in the real estate and agriculture industries, is effectual for the company.

Cherubim Interests’ licensed solution will offer cannabis plant growers the opportunity to lease a portable and scalable turn-key cultivation option. With this solution, the company sees itself filling a gap for two types of growers: first-time growers who want to enter the industry, and experienced planters lacking the funds to purchase land of their own, construct facilities of their own or improve existing buildings in order to create a model environment for growing and harvesting high-grade cannabis plants.

Owing to their focus on cultivation solutions for commercial applications, BCS and Cherubim Interests are concentrating on offering cultivators quick entry into this fast-growing market. They mean to do so at a price point that is very attractive when compared to typical construction and cultivation solutions. In so doing, they stand to benefit significantly as more participants seek to gain entry into this sector.

For more information, visit www.cherubiminterests.com

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP): Bill to Legalize Industrial Hemp in Pennsylvania Moves to Senate

October 29, 2015

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Hemp, Inc. reported that Senate Bill 50, which would allow research programs at colleges and universities to cultivate and process industrial hemp, earlier this week received its “first stamp of approval” in Pennsylvania.

With the support of Senator Judith L. Schwank, who serves Berks County along with her role as Democratic chairwoman of the Senate’s Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee, Senate Bill 50 moved out of the Senate Agriculture and Rural Affairs Committee by a vote of 11-0. From here, Senate Bill 50 moves to the full Senate for consideration.

Senator Schwank was quoted in an article saying, “We hope that, once we get this started, the commonwealth of Pennsylvania can become a powerhouse in the growth of hemp for all kinds of uses. There are so many opportunities for this, and we’re losing out by not being able to grow it. Industrial hemp is not marijuana, and it’s not medical marijuana. It’s an age-old plant that has benefitted farmers and consumers for thousands of years, and it holds the promise of helping Pennsylvania farmers in significant ways, once again.”

Hemp, Inc. executives agree, noting that it is increasingly evident that states are beginning to realize the enormous environmental and economic benefits of industrial hemp.

“It’s all unfolding before our very eyes. States, such as Pennsylvania and more, want to reap the economic rewards of industrial hemp. Hemp can be used to manufacture a myriad of products from paper to building materials. It makes no sense that our American farmers can’t grow it, but luckily that is rapidly beginning to change,” Bruce Perlowin, CEO of Hemp, Inc., stated in the company’s news release yesterday.

The company also notes that Pennsylvania is not the only state moving forward with the industrial hemp movement. North Dakota’s Department of Agriculture, for example, is beginning its industrial hemp pilot program under the 2014 Farm Bill and is seeking applicants to participate in agricultural or academic research.

In Pueblo, Colorado, a hemp oil plant received an $8 million incentive package to help CBD Biosciences get its hemp-oil processing plant” up and running. According to an article in the DenverPost, “The Pueblo Development Foundation will spend $3 million to rehab a Boeing rocket assembly plant at Pueblo Airport Industrial Park that has been vacant since 2004. CBD Biosciences, a partnership of Denver-based O.penVape and Thar Process Inc., receive $4.89 million to help purchase equipment.”

For more information, visit www.hempinc.com

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Elephant Talk Communications Corp. (ETAK) Set to Capitalize on Selection as MVNO Platform Solution Provider for Tier 1 Mobile Operator

The costs associated with building a nationwide wireless network are immense. Despite this fact, new voice and data service operators enter the market on a regular basis, often providing consumers with considerable cost savings for mobile phone and data service. These smaller carriers are known as mobile virtual network operators (MVNOs). Instead of attempting to create a wireless network of their own, these companies lease wireless telephone and data service from established mobile network operators (MNOs) in their target markets at wholesale rates. In the U.S., these MNOs include AT&T (NYSE: T), Sprint (NYSE: S), T-Mobile (NYST: TMUS) and Verizon (NYSE: VZ).

In some cases, MVNOs use their own customer service, billing support systems, marketing and sales personnel, however, establishing these resources typically requires a substantial amount of upfront capital. Alternatively, MVNOs can enlist the services of a mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE), a business-to-business operation specializing in the planning, implementation and management of mobile services – including SIM provisioning and configuration, customer billing, customer relationship management and value-added service platforms. In this way, startup MVNOs can effectively outsource management of business and technical operations while benefitting from the previous experience of the MVNE as a negotiating channel with MNOs.

Elephant Talk Communications Corp. (NYSE MKT: ETAK) addresses the demand for MVNEs through its proprietary platform. Using market standard interfaces, the company offers global telecommunication companies and other service providers a full suite of products and services that enable them to fully provide mobile telecom services as part of their overall business offerings.

Earlier this month, Elephant Talk announced an agreement with the wholesale division of a Tier 1 U.S. mobile operator through which the operator may procure the company’s innovative MVNO platform services on a non-exclusive basis. Following this agreement, Elephant Talk is in a formidable position to provide launch support for a number of MVNO brands moving forward. The company has already completed the primary integration of its solution platform with the mobile operator’s systems, and it expects to begin supporting new MVNO customers in the coming weeks.

“Our selection by a Tier 1 U.S. mobile operator is a major achievement for Elephant Talk, validating the strength of our technology and the capabilities of our software platforms designed for the unique needs of MNOs and MVNOs,” Tim Payne, president of Elephant Talk North America, stated in a news release. “We have worked closely with this mobile operator to complete the simultaneous integration of our platform with their systems and are pleased to report that we are now ready to support a growing number of new MVNO brands as they are launched on the operator’s network.”

Leaning on the marketability of its technology, Elephant Talk has established itself as an emerging leader in the mobile space. With many of the world’s top MNOs and technology firms already amongst its customers and partners – including Vodafone (NASDAQ: VOD), T-Mobile, Zain, HP (NYSE: HPQ) and Affirmed Networks – the company is primed to promote sustainable financial growth for the foreseeable future.

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

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Omnichannel Payment Solutions & Fintech Toolsets Could Provide Access to 200 Million Unbanked in Latin America

Alternet Systems is one of a handful of rapidly emerging payment processing industry firebrands that are poised to shake up the transaction space, as we rocket headlong towards a world of increasingly digital payments. Within the next five years alone, according to BNY Mellon’s (NYSE: BK) Global Payments 2020 publication, accelerating transformation of the world of payments will see the sector redefined by the entry of non-traditional providers, the evolution of new fintech solutions, and the formation of strategic alliances that cut across traditional sectoral boundaries. Additionally, the BNY Mellon report cited convergence as the other major theme moving forward, with technology platforms that are able to revolutionize clearing capabilities becoming increasingly global in both nature and reach, as well as massive consolidation around key products and solutions. This same consolidative pressure is seen as changing the regulatory landscape too, remolding it in favor of rule sets which provide for a less fragmented space, as well as the on-ramping of growth in digital currencies.

Alternet Systems, essentially structured as an enterprise accelerator, has learned the most important lesson to come out of the world of digital currencies since the inception of Bitcon: that payment processing is where the real money is at. The company’s vision to execute a roll-up strategy of digital currency exchanges is way ahead of its time and ALYI is currently pushing hard for a NY state BitLicense, even as the Winklevoss twins are setting up the field after their successful launch of the Gemini exchange. If we look at comments from strategic planning and finance director for the company which manages the Dominican Republic’s biggest mobile banking platform, tPago, regarding how the big push in the industry currently is to get people to use their accounts for more than just receiving payments, it becomes clear how ALYI’s approach to transforming the landscape makes sense for everyone.

Creating the tools that will allow for greater flexibility in terms of how people use their accounts will grant financial service providers high-value, unprecedented access to consumers, and those same tools will allow consumers to get more bang for their buck when it comes to being banked. This underlying dynamic makes a great value proposition for unbanked consumers in markets where access to financial services are limited, but where mobile access is not. Being able to step in here and provide access to millions of unbanked or underbanked people, using the mobile platform as a conduit, in order to tap a consumer market that could go from 30 million devices to over 60 million devices being used to make transactions within the next handful of years, is a big opportunity for ALYI. The company is prepping for milestone growth over the next several years, as smartphone market penetration in the western hemisphere continues to boom throughout Latin America and South America, while it continues to flatten out in more mature North America markets. Mobile and mcommerce are primed for explosive growth and a company which can facilitate this transformation, such as Alternet Systems, is potentially one of tomorrow’s very hot properties, available today at a price which is accessible to any investor.

ALYI is currently focused primarily on two distinct areas: providing omnichannel solutions for the payment processing industry which will modernize the legacy point-of-sale infrastructure, and providing comprehensive suites of tools for payment processors and the like, which can enable said processors to expand beyond traditional debit and credit card processing, into bill payments and the selling of additional services. Modernizing legacy point-of-sale architecture and creating toolkits for the payments layer also opens the door to ALYI’s third, and potentially most exciting operational area, big data-driven payment analytics. The ability to map and understand the purchasing habits of consumers is something which is of inestimable value to anyone trying to make or market a product, and the kind of robust data that can be mined along the way towards implementing a payment industry-wide architectural upgrade, will help make analytics companies like ALYI into some of the biggest names on the lips of retailers.

With a sweeping suite of solutions for the analytics space already in the hopper and its sights set squarely on markets that are ripe for penetration, ALYI, which expects to have offices in Brazil and Mexico by the end of 2016, is intent on providing the financial services/banking sector with the tools needed to serve massive populations of underbanked and unbanked throughout Latin America. According to recent World Bank data, roughly 34 percent of the entire population of Latin America, around 200 million adults, remain unbanked. ALYI’s visionary fusion of capabilities, spanning analytics, digital commerce and payments, collectively make the company a very exciting property when it comes to the seemingly inevitable consolidation of technology and transactional forces now aligning themselves across both U.S. and Latin American markets.

The rise of mcommerce, which will supercharge the mobile services market, pushing it from $300 billion last year, to around $850 billion by 2018 (Digi-Capital), has the capacity to lift boats like ALYI to levels not yet imagined. The kinds of revolutionary payment technology, fintech and analytics solutions the company provides could become tomorrow’s go-to solutions, as the need for convenience and process optimization continues to shape the world of transactions.

Take a closer look by visiting www.alternetsystems.com

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Executives Conduct Exclusive Interview with MissionIR

MissionIR recently announced the online availability of its interview with OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Steven Tsengas, Chief Financial Officer Scott Mendes, as well as Dean Tsengas, co-founder, Vice President and general manager. The full audio interview is available at http://OPCO.MissionIR.com/interview.html.

OurPet’s develops, produces and markets various innovative pet accessory and consumable products. The company has 160 patents/patents pending, which facilitate its entrance into major national retailers. The OurPet’s interview starts off with a brief history of the company’s official launch 20 years ago.

“OurPet’s represented a dream that we had, to have a proprietary company that would be a virtual company … concentrate on product ideation, innovation, and the marketing and distribution of the products, which we felt would provide the highest level of return on investment, profitability, opportunity for growth … OurPet’s represented an opportunity to combine all the electronic and engineering experiences that we had, along with an understanding of the pathologies related to aging by pets and the problems they experience,” says Dr. Tsengas.

Dr. Tsengas discusses the overall pet industry, which at the time of the company’s founding was greatly lacking in innovation. OurPet’s decided to focus on three key segments of the industry — pet toys, feeding and storage, and waste and odor management — and its success in doing so is in the numbers. When OurPet’s launched its first trend-setting product in 1995, it was met with significant consumer response. In its first year of operations OurPet’s recorded $150,000 in annual sales. By the second year the figure jumped to $500,000 and now sits around $25 million.

“Our goal is to grow double to triple the industry growth, so our expectation this year is to grow at a high-digit number with an income of double-digit growth in terms of net income,” adds Dr. Tsengas.

In conjunction with this goal, CFO Mendes describes the company’s recently announced transition into a social media-driven awareness campaign to better communication with new investors and existing shareholders.

“We had taken a pretty traditional approach to IR … but we had not been seeing the trading activity that we felt the company deserved. So we decided to modernize our IR approach by getting into a more social media campaign … and get the OurPet’s story out,” he says.

The interview then touches on the company’s management team and the type of milestones it takes to become a high-growth corporation.

“One of the major jobs was, again, to develop and have the infrastructure to have seamless growth in the future, rather than a bumpy one … we feel we are at the point to support continuous improvement in revenue growth and profitability. One of the biggest things we had to accomplish was the branding of our company … that phase has been pretty well completed. In terms of product development, we have about 30 products in the mill at any one point in time. A lot of these products have been completed this past year increasingly will be launched in 2016 and beyond,” explains Dr. Tsengas.

On the operational side, OurPet’s has successfully established key partners around the world, which co-founder Dean Tsengas further details.

“It’s pretty diverse, as far as what the company’s offerings are and in order to focus on developing, design, marketing, distribution into the marketplace, what we’ve done is formed strategic partnerships with our key suppliers, both domestic and overseas … we’ve formed very close collaborative relationships with both our customers and our suppliers during the product development stage all the way through finished product and the full launch into the marketplace. This is what’s been the key toward our success, along with the key people in our company,” he says.

In conclusion, Dr. Tsengas flags upcoming company announcements with Japanese companies, and discusses the pet industry’s growth over the last 20 and how OurPet’s will continue to participate in the industry as a trend-setting leader.

For more information, visit www.ourpets.com

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On the Move Systems (OMVS) Continues to Advance “Uber-for-Trucking Platform”

On the Move Systems this morning updated shareholders on progress of the company’s preliminary design work on its revolutionary shared economy trucking app, and says it continues to aggressively seek partners and logistics firms to join its growing network.

“We’ve been working quite closely with our design firm and the progress so far has been amazing,” said OMVS CEO Robert Wilson. “In addition, the logistics and shipping firms we’ve talked to understand and like our concept and have shown great interest in becoming a part of our system once we go online. A lot of work remains to be done, but we’ve accomplished a great deal in a very short amount of time.”

Amid ongoing preliminary design work, OMVS is encouraged by market information revealing that trucking companies are spending millions of dollars on technologies, such as the upcoming shared economy app, that streamline and increase operations efficiency. OMVS reports that in 2014 alone, logistics firms invested nearly $100 million in new technologies to improve their businesses.

OMVS says demand for trucking services, along with an ongoing driver shortage and “a looming related capacity crunch” demonstrate the need for a service such as the one OMVS is now developing, which could help companies “profitably navigate increasingly bumpier business roads.”

For more information, visit www.onthemovesystems.com

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Lingo Media Corporation (LMDCF) – Flexibility and Scalability at Work

Lingo Media aims to thrive in the educational technology (EdTech) space. To support English language learning across borders and backgrounds, the Toronto company has committed its resources to expanding its reach across the globe. Known for providing English language learning technologies and solutions in China and internationally, the company is also stanchly devoted to innovation and quality throughout every aspect of its business.

Lingo Media delivers market-leading English language learning products and services that support learners at every stage in the learning spectrum – from elementary school students learning to count to professionals preparing for a job.

With classrooms around the world wanting to be part of today’s modern, faster way of learning, Lingo Media has acknowledged the significance of helping non-English speakers learn English, the so-called global language of business. The company is also cultivating solid relationships with leading corporations, governments and industry organizations who recognize the value of this move while focusing on the scalability of its offerings.

Within Lingo Media’s training and assessment division, ELL Technologies, programs are designed to be scalable across various types of web-enabled hardware. This allows for the company’s platform to be used in diverse environments, especially classrooms across the world. ELL Technologies also incorporates scalability into its user experience design, enabling its programs to be adapted across skill levels, cultures and native languages. The framework that the company’s technology is built on also allows it to customize the unit to the varied needs of a market as large as the non-English-speaking world. Furthermore, ELL Technologies uses scalability principals in the creation of its content engine, ensuring that lessons constantly change through user feedback.

Lingo Media’s flexibility and scalability allows it to continue to offer useful and relevant products to its customers while staying relevant with the times.

For more information, visit www.lingomedia.com

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From the Farm to the Table: Fresh Promise Foods, Inc. (FPFI) Stands Behind Healthy and Organic-Centered Food Companies

With more and more consumers choosing to purchase organically grown food over traditional supermarket options, it’s no wonder new companies continue to sprout with their own organic agenda. One such company, Fresh Promise Foods, Inc., concentrates its efforts in the health and wellness food and beverage industry by aligning with early-stage/pre-revenue companies that have a specialization within the industry. The company then provides support to these companies through finance, sales, supply chain management, and more to help steadily increase their prominence. For example, Fresh Promise Foods backs Harvest Soul, its large subsidiary company that delivers USDA organic and GMO-free labeled food and beverages.

A noticeable increase in USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) Organic labels in supermarkets has come with the rising apprehension of possibly harmful chemicals in foods by consumers. Foods with this label are from farmers who do not use chemicals or factory fertilizers but instead use natural fertilizers and crop rotation on their farms. This label ensures buyers that no artificial additives and preservatives can be found in their foods because these farms are overseen by the department. Fresh Promise Foods supports companies that use this label on their products.

Another major movement in the health and wellness industry is providing buyers with foods without GMOs (genetically modified organism). These organisms have artificial genetic material, meaning they do not occur in nature and therefore might prove unstable. Furthermore, they can contaminate non-GMO crops through cross pollination with undesirable results. Fresh Promise Foods also supports companies that have the Non-GMO Project Verified label which is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to informing consumers of GMO foods and related news.

The company continues its values of providing safe and healthy food options for families to enjoy. It believes in the growth of the natural foods industry and aims to invest in companies with the same vision.

For more information on Fresh Promise Foods Inc., please visit www.freshpromisefoods.com

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Legacy Ventures International, Inc. (LGYV) Targets Bottled Water Market with Environmentally Friendly Boxed Water

The market for bottled water has exploded in recent years, as consumers have increasingly turned their attention toward cleaner, healthier refreshment options. According to a report by the International Bottled Water Association, the domestic market for bottled water is currently $11.8 billion, with roughly 30 billion units being sold annually. Market share of this booming industry is largely split between major beverage companies such as PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP), Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO) and Nestle (OTC: NSRGY), but the market has maintained a relatively approachable barrier to entry for private label brands with innovative ideas and strategic marketing efforts.

Legacy Ventures International, Inc., through subsidiary RM Fresh Brands, Inc., is seeking to take advantage of the strong performance of the bottled water market with Boxed Water. By rethinking current water packaging, the company is addressing a fundamental flaw in the traditional bottled water concept – environmental impact.

The environmental cost of rising consumption of bottled water in the U.S. and Canada has been well documented. According to The Water Project, U.S. landfills are already overflowing with more than two million tons of discarded water bottles, representing roughly 80 percent of all single-use water bottles sold. When combined with the knowledge that over 1.5 million barrels of oil are used annually to manufacture these bottles and each bottle will take over 1,000 years to naturally bio-degrade, the enormous scale of the bottled water problem becomes clear.

Boxed Water addresses this environmental concern with a unique approach to packaging. The product, which is currently available in a variety of retail outlets such as Whole Foods (NASDAQ: WFM) and Target (NYSE: TGT), is packaged in a 76 percent biodegradable, 100 percent recyclable container that greatly improves upon the sustainability of traditional bottled water. According to Cradle to Gate, Boxed Water packaging has less than half of the carbon footprint of a standard PET bottle.

Since publicly launching in March 2009, Boxed Water has rapidly built an international distribution network with a strong presence in both the U.S. and Canada. Following the opening of a second state-of-the-art plant in Utah aimed at reducing the company’s environmental impact, Boxed Water appears primed for significant international growth. For prospective shareholders of LGYV, this growth could translate into strong returns.

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Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (AVDX) Blazing Trail to Fulfill Need for Effective Ovarian Cancer Screening Technology

Each year, approximately 20,000 women in the United States get ovarian cancer, which causes more deaths than any other gynecologic cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control. While the disease often causes signs and symptoms, the signs can be hard to recognize; and for the time being, the market is lacking an available, effective screening test for ovarian cancer. Thanks to one particular advancing technology, however, this could soon change.

Because ovarian cancer symptoms can be hard to recognize, effective screening is vital, and medical diagnostic technology company Avant Diagnostics stands at the edge of breakthrough. The company is currently testing OvaDx®, its sophisticated microarray-based test designed to detect pre-symptomatic ovarian cancer faster than ever before.

Research studies with OvaDx indicate high sensitivity and specificity for all types and stages of ovarian cancer. Upon FDA approval, Avant Diagnostics will offer OvaDx as an elective test for women seeking greater wellness and for women in the elevated risk category (which includes something as simple as getting older) for ovarian cancer.

OvaDx works by measuring the activation of the immune system in blood samples in response to early stage ovarian tumor cell development. The goal is for OvaDx to be used by doctors for early detection, improved surgical options, more effective chemotherapies, and to supplement existing tests such as CA-125, OVA1® and transvaginal ultrasound. In this way, Avant Diagnostics’ technology will promote earlier diagnoses and, as a result, improved survival rates for patients with ovarian cancer.

That said, it’s worth taking a look at Avant Diagnostics’ progress in bringing this game-changing product to market. The company continues to steadily progress toward FDA 510(k) clearance for OvaDx. DOCRO, Avant Diagnostics’ independent clinical research organization, recently received notification that the previously purchased specimens have been approved and are available for use in the upcoming validation study which will be used to support a pre-submission package to the FDA prior to the commencement of the OvaDx® 510(k) trial.

Continuing on its path toward FDA approval of its groundbreaking diagnostic technology, Avant Diagnostics is poised to promote considerable growth in the ovarian cancer market and deliver a promising solution to a significant unmet medical need.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Featured on The Princeton Research Money Info Show

Oakridge Global Energy Solutions was recently featured on The Princeton Research Money Info show, which is broadcast live on the internet and on the air in Port St. Lucie, Florida. During the show, investing experts Mike King and Charles Moskowitz interviewed Steve Barber, executive chairman and chief executive officer of Oakridge, about the company’s recent success. As the company behind the only ‘Made in the USA’ lithium-ion battery, Oakridge is in a strong strategic position to capitalize on the global market opportunity presented by the energy storage industry, which is expected to eclipse $70 billion in sales by 2020.

In the interview, Barber outlined the recent restructuring of Oakridge. The company’s reorganization was funded through a $39 million investment by the Precept Fund – an international, five family investment group from Australia, Japan and Switzerland with a long-term view of building and owning profitable businesses. Through this significant investment, Barber and the Oakridge management team have reinvented the company, better positioning it to compete in a market with sustainable demand and favorable markups. However, Oakridge’s mission goes beyond fast growth, as Barber indicated on the show. Instead, the company is being built as a long-term addition to the global energy storage market, which is rapidly evolving in search of dependable, high-quality offerings.

This market evolution is demonstrated by the number of lithium battery manufacturers currently in operation. At one time, Asian markets experienced a boom, and roughly 1,400 lithium battery manufacturers occupied the space. Over time, inferior quality products and unsustainable pricing models have eliminated a substantial portion of these battery producers. Analysts expect the global number of lithium battery manufacturers to fall to about 250 by next year.

Oakridge is combatting current market conditions by creating superior quality batteries that address the specific needs of consumers. While industry giants such as Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) and Panasonic (OTC: PSRFY) remain limited to producing standardized batteries in enormous quantities, Barber noted Oakridge’s ability to create specialized products that maximize the company’s market impact and enable strong returns for shareholders.

To listen to the full interview, visit www.princetonresearch.com/radio-shows

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert October 29, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on two different stocks.

Direct Insite (DIRI)

Editor’s Opinion: DIRI made a volatile move upward with exceptionally low volatility. This is normal for DIRI as the company has bounced up and down between $0.80 and $0.95 over the past month.

DIRI is currently in Category 2 with a Bowser Rating of 8. In the company’s last quarter, sales declined 3.8%, but earnings grew an exceptional 254.8%.

The company is currently in buying range with its Bowser Rating of 8. Filling purchase orders can be difficult with DIRI, however.

Innovative Food Holdings (IVFH)

For the second time in a week, we’ve alerted IVFH on a 10% drop. Like the earlier drop, this one comes on high volume (double the company’s three month average).

To reiterate what we said about IVFH earlier in the week:

“For now, stay away from IVFH if you don’t own it. If you do, look to follow the Game Plan and cut your losses at a 50% drop. Otherwise hold until otherwise noted. We’ll know more once the company releases its most recent earnings between November 17-23.”

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$1.2 Billion Financing Catapults Dominovas Energy’s (DNRG) Revolutionary Fuel Cell Technology into the Big League

October 28, 2015

Dominovas Energy Corporation yesterday issued game-changing news that underwrites the company’s advancing position as a leading power solutions provider, and catapults its core innovation onto the mainstage of fuel cell technology. The newly announced capital commitment for USD$1.2 billion from Graecrest Energy Solutions will fund the first phase of manufacturing, production and deployment of Dominovas Energy’s highly anticipated, proprietary RUBICON™ SOFC systems.

“This is an unprecedented and historic commitment not only for Dominovas Energy, but it is additionally significant for the fuel cell industry as a whole. This financing commitment is further validation of the company’s business model and an undeniable endorsement of the technical prowess of the RUBICON™ and the ‘game plan’ we have set forth for the commercial deployment of our fuel cell system,” Neal Allen, chairman and CEO of Dominovas Energy, stated in the news release. “With $1.2 billion secured for the phase 1 manufacturing and installation of the RUBICON™, we have put in place the building block that supports our innovation in engineering this next generation technology for the commercial production of clean and sustainable baseload power via the proprietary RUBICON™.”

Allen also explained that the financing demonstrates Dominovas Energy’s potential and relevance in global emerging markets, and notes that 100 percent of phase 1 of the project will be covered with the funding, putting the company on track for its budget in 2016.

According to vice president of Investments and Finance Eric Fresh, with this tranche of funding Dominovas Energy will “have the ability to seamlessly reassess its needs in order to potentially expand capital commitments, a necessity in accommodating subsequent financing phases of RUBICON™ system deployments.”

With extended tenors of 20 to 30 years, the financing structure provides Dominovas Energy a unique opportunity to implement long-term, cost-effective project finance capital through which the company can “effectively and efficiently deliver on schedule its mandate of creating commercially-viable, clean, and sustainable energy solutions to global emerging markets.”

The RUBICON™ is capable of reforming multiple hydrocarbon fuels to a usable syngas composition, converting the chemical energy of a fuel source into electricity using state-of-the-art SOFC stacks. This capability, along with the fact that the RUBICON™ uses a thermal process rather than combustion to outperform conventional power plants, provides Dominovas Energy a vast range of deployment opportunities. In other words, the RUBICON™ can produce more units of power with significantly less green-house-gas pollutants per unit of power produced.

Today’s news is one of several significant corporate milestones achieved by Dominovas Energy this year, as the company tirelessly works to provide reliable, clean, and efficient energy to emerging global markets.

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MissionIR Exclusive Audio Interview With Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) CEO Steve Barber

MissionIR today announces the online availability of its interview with Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES) Chief Executive Officer Steve Barber.

The full audio interview is available at http://OGES.MissionIR.com/interview.html

Oakridge is focused on the design, development and manufacture of American-made high-quality cells, batteries and power systems. Its innovative product line includes multiple lithium-ion technologies and form factors optimized to address four high-demand target markets: stationary power storage units and power back up systems for homes and living space applications; motive applications such as electric vehicles (especially including golf cars, local area electric vehicles, and fleet vehicles); remote control sector batteries for civilian and military applications (for drones and unmanned aerial vehicles, unmanned underwater vehicles, and unmanned cars and boats); as well as starter motor batteries for motorcycles, jet-skis, snow mobiles, and boats, together with specialty applications such as military, aerospace, marine, medical and telecom backup.

Mr. Barber begins the MissionIR interview by describing Oakridge’s business model and recent visit from Florida Governor Rick Scott to celebrate the opening of its new headquarters.

“[Governor Scott] was here to not only himself personally open our new headquarters, which is our expansion facility because we outgrew our initial starting point from two years ago, but he also announced a… $33 million incentive package from a combination of the state of Florida, the local county [Brevard County]… and the city of Palm Bay, which is where our corporate headquarters is. I think that really got everybody’s attention quite nicely,” says Steve Barber.

Mr. Barber then briefly details Oakridge’s ongoing restructuring initiatives and how the Company is now aptly positioned to expand its market reach in the global lithium-ion batteries market, which is expected to reach approximately $70 billion by 2020.

In addition to his executive position with Oakridge, Mr. Barber is the chairman and chief investment officer of a private office family fund, Precept, which searches out “the next great new thing” in which to invest. It was through Precept that Barber noticed the incredible growth of the lithium-ion battery space, along with the need for American-made and commercialized batteries of superior quality.

In 2014, Precept took control of Oakridge, which at the time was a shell company, polished it up, and with a new management team decided how to best utilize the patents for lithium ion battery technology it holds.

“Through our family fund we searched around and about two years ago we found Oakridge and decided to invest in and take control of it,” Barber explains. “And that’s another good thing for investors, because as a family fund we’ve got our two parallel funds… and we own almost 90% of the company, which means that we can do the restructure that we needed to do successfully, reposition the company how it needs to be repositioned, inject fresh capital — which has been, in total, around about $40 million. We really put our money where our mouth is with this one. And of course, we’re long-term holders… we aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.”

Today, Oakridge is the only pure-play “Made in the USA” manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries available for purchase. The company’s battery products are designed for golf cars, jet skis, motorcycles, boats, home energy storage and many more exciting applications.

“Batteries are boring unless you wrap them in cool stuff, so we make batteries for cool stuff,” explains Mr. Barber.
The CEO also names and explains the qualifications of key members of its leadership team and recent corporate milestones before concluding with an overview of what’s to come in the near future.

“It’s extremely important to us, in creating a successful company, that you have the right team. That’s really what we’ve spent the last 18 months to two years doing. We restructured the company completely, cleaned it up… We’ve filed for NASDAQ — which the company expects to achieve when the share price climbs to $4. The company is also gearing up to order new equipment to expand its existing production to become fully operational by spring of 2016, positioning the company among the top 10 battery manufacturers by capacity in the world,” he says.

For more information, visit www.OGES.QualityStocks.net

Coastal Integrated Services, Inc. (COLV) Enters Online Casino Market following Acquisition of Olympian Group

Since the first internet casino was launched in 1996, the online gambling industry has been among the fastest growing industries in the world. In February 2015, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas Center for Gaming Research reported that total online gaming revenue in the United States was just under $11.7 million, despite the fact that just three states – Nevada, Delaware and New Jersey – have legalized any form of online gaming.

While this report demonstrates the considerable demand for online gaming, the market’s true potential is more difficult to illustrate. In part, this is because of the sheer lack of available research regarding the global online gaming market, but reports regarding the popularity of the gambling industry as a whole highlight a strong demand for innovative gaming options in a collection of markets.

According to IBISWorld, the global casino and online gambling industry has trended upward over the past five years, growing to $274 billion in 2015. The research firm also suggests that strong growth will continue moving forward, driven by heightened demand for gambling options in China and other Asian nations.

On Tuesday, Coastal Integrated Services took a major step toward capitalizing on this projected growth by entering into a definitive merger agreement to acquire Olympian Group, an international online casino and sportsbook operator. Gr88.com, Olympian’s sports betting and casino brand, recorded over $14 million in gambling bets in 2014, realizing a year-over-year increase of 374 percent. In an effort to build on this growth, COLV outlined intentions to introduce the Gr88.com brand to the Asian market in the coming months.

“Our first order of business will be to launch into targeted Asian markets,” Clifford Redekop, newly-appointed chief executive officer of COLV, stated in a news release. “We know we have something special with this brand and will focus on Gr88 as our flagship site with significant marketing and driving brand recognition.”

In addition to providing a platform upon which to promote financial growth, COLV is also using the Olympian Group acquisition to initiate a corporate reorganization that’s expected to position it to qualify for NASDAQ listing within the next year. For prospective shareholders, this aggressive growth strategy makes COLV an intriguing investment opportunity.

For more information, visit www.coastalintegratedservices.com

On the Move Systems Corp. (OMVS) Continues its Development of a Shared Economy Courier Service

October 27, 2015

With the growth of same-day delivery services, it’s no wonder On the Move Systems Corporation wants in. Back in July, the corporation announced its plans to develop a shared economy, same-day courier service. Similar to Uber and Lyft, local drivers would deliver packages wherever customers, using a web portal, desire. OMVS has recently declared that it is using advanced technology in its developmental endeavors to create their high-quality delivery service.

The corporation has been looking into cutting-edge technology related to transportation management systems, radio equipment, handheld computers, GPS, and barcode readers. By using innovative technology, the courier service could potentially be both a cost-effective and faster option against larger couriers like FedEx and Ups.

Robert Wilson, CEO of On the Move Systems stated that “Most traditional courier companies lag far behind in terms of technology utilization,” and that “OMVS, on the other hand, plans to invest in the most up-to-date resources available – technology that will enable us to provide upfront pricing, down-to-the-minute delivery time estimates, and tracking of packages and documents in real time. There is a real technology gap which we intend to exploit. Customers will flock to our service once they learn of our decided advantages.”

Watchers of the industry say that shared economy businesses will continue to grow and flourish in the coming months since people are now more familiar with how they work. They’re a great option for those looking to make a living or those who need some additional income. Drivers through these businesses can work and choose jobs whenever they want while getting paid.

On the Move Systems looks forward to its development of a shared economy courier service that uses the best technology to provide same-day deliveries to customers. It hopes to transform the courier industry in a way that provides fast and low-cost results.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Also Develops Advanced Stem Cell Technology for Skin-Deep Results

A leader in regenerative medicine, International Stem Cell Corp. uses its parthenogenesis stem cell technology to address immune rejection and self-renewing cells. This technology uses unfertilized eggs that have cells with a duplicate set of human leukocyte antigen genes (HLA) that lessen the chance of a body rejecting cells. From this, scientists created self-renewing human parthenogenetic neural stem cells (hpNSC).

These cells have the capacity to replace dead and dying neurons while protecting existing ones in patients with Parkinson’s disease. In fact, the company recently presented its preclinical results for the treatment of the disease at Neuroscience in Chicago. Furthermore, scientists with the company are currently developing cell technology to treat liver and retinal diseases.

The International Stem Cell Corp. also has a hand in anti-aging skin care products that uses its stem cell technology through its subsidiary Lifeline Skin Care. This technology is based on the communication between human cells. Protein molecules can carry messages that tell the surrounding cells to create new cells for tissue repair. The company removes those proteins from the parthenogenetic stem cells then creates microscopic bubbles called nanospheres to protect them from exposure. These tiny bubbles are then infused with vitamins, minerals, moisturizers, and antioxidants to create a finished serum.

Lifeline Skin Care has a range of products that include overnight, daily, neck and eye firming, and cleanser creams that can improve the look and feel of skin.

The innovative stem cell based technology of the company is not limited to degenerative diseases of the body. Skin can also benefit from parthenogenesis through the addition of healthy cells that prevent the look of aging though rejuvenation. Proceeds from the skin care line help support research for Parkinson’s, liver, and blindness diseases.

For more information on International Stem Cell Corporation visit www.internationalstemcell.com

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Winning Family-Friendly Restaurant Concept/Execution Driving Nationwide, International Mall Receptivity

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Taking kids under 10 out to a nice casual dining restaurant is an experience most parents dread. No matter how well-behaved a child may be, the setting is typically unnatural for kids, and the child’s instincts to play are generally and uniformly suppressed, resulting in an uncomfortable experience for all. This sad reality makes what should otherwise be a relaxing and enjoyable outing for the entire family, into more of a grueling production for everyone involved. And if you want to take the kid(s) out someplace for one of their birthday parties, there are a limited number of options which, while geared more towards the enjoyment of children than the typical restaurant, do not offer anything more exciting than what most kids can experience via their Xbox or PlayStation. Ticket redemption games aren’t really that entertaining for most kids, and parents these days don’t want to suck down a mixture of bad pizza and high fructose corn syrup-laden sodas.

In every way – the combination of a menu consisting of high-quality organic food, with a venue layout featuring a distinct casual dining area for adults and a huge customized play area for kids, realized by the restaurant model Giggles N’ Hugs has been successfully executing in LA for a few years now – speaks directly to the underserved family-friendly dining market of today. Parents can relax while the kids get some clean, healthy exercise at Giggles N’ Hugs, enjoying the themed Gymboree-like play area, with elements such as kid-sized castles, giant climbers and swings, numerous types of tactile interactive toys, and ball pits. GIGL has seen tremendous reception with its initial three locations in upscale shopping centers around LA, as numerous A-list celebrities have taken their kids to eat and play at the restaurants.

Giggles N’ Hugs even employs helpful, trained staff to cater to the kid play area, enabling the restaurant to also offer busy parents a child drop-off service, so they can enjoy shopping, unencumbered. This overall approach towards making the locations a child-centric experience is further facilitated by periodically scheduled entertainment of various kinds, ranging from arts and crafts, to karaoke sing-a-longs, to face painting, and even live acts like puppet shows or music, brought to patrons by professional child entertainers. A unique and highly synergistic business model such as this has quickly won immense interest from mall operators around the country, who want to offer their patrons the amenities that come with having a Giggles N’ Hugs in their mall. And GIGL even recently announced that shopping center juggernaut Westfield (OTC: WFGPY), with whom GIGL currently has two locations, is now seeking to expand on the existing partnership.

This is huge news, considering the global shopping center footprint Westfield is known for, including such iconic locations as the Westfield London or the Westfield San Francisco Centre. It is an announcement that augurs well for GIGL’s plans to expand from three to twelve company-owned locations by the end of 2017, and which also spells out success for ongoing talks with other large mall owners across the country, as well as interested franchise operators in North America, and around the world. In fact, the company has already received considerable interest from several potential international franchisees, spanning key growth markets in Latin America, as well as Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.

Parents getting to eat top shelf organic dishes and not having to feed their kids garbage, while also being able to relax in their own dining area, casually sipping on a glass of wine or beer, while the kids safely burn off some of that abundant energy they always seem to have – is likely a universal language all its own. The blue sky potential for this highly unique execution of a restaurant concept is one of the real major plot points in the Giggles N’ Hugs story. But investors need look no further than recent Q2 filings for the hardcore facts, like steadily increasing sales volume, and growing receptivity to the company’s most lucrative core offering, themed birthday parties. Private party rentals were up handsomely in Q2 (ended June 28), with year-over-year gains of 3.4 percent, even as the Giggles N’ Hugs location in the Glendale Galleria tracked such performance with a 5.5 percent jump in overall net sales.

Net sales across the operation were up 0.8 percent for the year, owing in large part to the sustained drive for operational excellence from former California Pizza Kitchen operations and finance executives, Philip Gay (Chief Business Development Officer) and John Kaufmann (Interim-President). The entire bench of senior leadership at GIGL has serious chops in fact, with multiple decades of experience in the industry under their collective belts, allowing the company to brilliantly navigate what is all-too-often a perilous sector for many young companies.

To learn more, check out Giggles N’ Hugs website www.gigglesnhugs.com

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Elephant Talk Communications Corp. (ETAK) Says Voice Biometrics is Best

The recent fingerprint hacking of over five million United States government employees raises questions about the safety of biometrics. Biometrics, a technology that measures and analyzes biological data like voice, fingerprint, iris, and facial scans, is used by companies like Apple and Samsung to unlock user-specific products. However, rising concerns over biometric use within customer-based businesses after the latest breaching of fingerprint data need to be addressed.

Elephant Talk Communications Corporation (NYSE MKT: ETAK), a global provider of Software Defined Network Architecture (ET Software DNA® 2.0) platforms and security solutions, suggests we move towards voice biometric technologies with multi-factor authentication to increase personal identity safety. The current fingerprint biometric trend lacks the option of changing should a breach happen. Fingerprints are static which means they can never be altered, therefore, once stolen the information remains available indefinitely. However, voice biometrics are dynamic which allows for fast alterations should they be compromised.

Various companies are working on biometric interface systems for users that provide safer security measures. ValidSoft, a subsidiary of Elephant Talk, offers security services that use voice biometrics coupled with multi-factor authentication approaches for the development of advanced verification systems to keep sensitive information protected. This means that the company provides multiple layers (factors) of security for each user, making hacking almost impossible. One factor, like a password, can be easily accessed while contextual data specific to a user with other factors proves more difficult. By using the latest in voice biometric algorithm technology, ValidSoft offers user-specific verification software.

Elephant Talk believes in the value of both static and dynamic biometrics, though insists on companies not using them by themselves. For greater security, validation technologies should use multiple factors, contextual data, and numerous layers to keep users and their information locked for theft prevention.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) Announces Landmark Financing Commitment for $1.2 Billion US Dollars

Dominovas Energy, a leading power solutions provider to emerging markets around the world, issued a press release today announcing a landmark capital commitment for $1.2 billion US Dollars in project financing (the “Financing”) with Graecrest Energy Solutions. The funds will be used for the initial phase to manufacture, produce, and deploy Dominovas Energy’s proprietary RUBICON™ SOFC systems, pursuant to signed and executed guaranteed Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs).

“This is an unprecedented and historic commitment not only for Dominovas Energy, but it is additionally significant for the fuel cell industry as a whole. This financing commitment is further validation of the Company’s business model and an undeniable endorsement of the technical prowess of the RUBICON™ and the ‘game plan’ we have set forth for the commercial deployment of our fuel cell system,” stated Neal Allen, Chairman and CEO. “With $1.2 billion secured for the phase 1 manufacturing and installation of the RUBICON™, we have put in place the building block that supports our innovation in engineering this next generation technology for the commercial production of clean and sustainable baseload power via the proprietary RUBICON™.”

“With this Financing secured, Dominovas Energy actively demonstrates that the funding of power infrastructure projects in global and emerging markets is not only possible, but feasible. One hundred percent of phase 1 project costs for deployment of RUBICON™ systems are covered in this first tranche of financing. Dominovas Energy remains on schedule and on budget for 2016,” Allen added.

Since announcing the first 3MW PPA for the City of David in the Democratic Republic of the Congo earlier this year, Dominovas Energy has been unwavering in its mission to secure project finance capital to support the deployment of over 200MWs of signed and guaranteed PPAs. Dominovas Energy believes that securing project financing marks the catalyst for the materialization of its value proposition in emerging energy markets.

Dominovas Energy Vice President of Investments and Finance Eric Fresh stated, “The Financing is a commitment from a ‘Sole Source Provider’ that is subject to the satisfactory completion of customary due diligence and underwriting/funding requirements, which will adequately facilitate Dominovas Energy’s complete project funding via this initial facility. Under the terms of the commitment, Dominovas Energy will have the ability to seamlessly reassess its needs in order to potentially expand capital commitments, a necessity in accommodating subsequent financing phases of RUBICON™ system deployments.”

The financing structure has extended tenors of 20 to 30 years, providing Dominovas Energy with a unique opportunity to implement long-term, cost-effective project finance capital. Because there is immediate availability of financing upon financial close for each project, Dominovas Energy will be able to effectively and efficiently deliver on schedule its mandate of creating commercially-viable, clean, and sustainable energy solutions to global emerging markets — all while creating value to its Off-takers.

For more information, visit www.dominovasenergy.com

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert October 26, 2015

October 26, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on two different stocks.

SPAR Group (SGRP)

Editor’s Opinion: Despite trading barely below average volume for the day, SGRP made a run at the end of the trading day on good volume to close up just shy of 20%.

There was no news on the company so its hard to pin point what made the stock move. However, keep in mind that SGRP has a Bowser Rating of 7 and is currently in Category 3. While still profitable, this company is quite speculative due to its inconsistent earnings performance, including a 4.7% decrease in sales and a 95% decrease in net income in the most recent quarter ending June 30.

The company’s next earnings release is estimated between November 12-16.

Innovative Food Holdings (IVFH)

Editor’s Opinion: Unlike IVFH’s last alert when it traded only 596 shares, the stock’s movement today is on more than triple the company’s average volume. Shareholders sold off quite a few shares with the stock tapering throughout the day. A number of large trades took place including a sale of 4,800 shares at 3:57 pm.
To reiterate our past analysis on the company: IVFH is not rated and has remained in Category 3 for some time. Despite growing sales, profitability has eluded IVFH. As a result, we remain speculative of this company.

For now, stay away from IVFH if you don’t own it. If you do, look to follow the Game Plan and cut your losses at a 50% drop. Otherwise hold until otherwise noted.

We’ll know more once the company releases its most recent earnings between November 17-23.

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