Monthly Archives: April 2016

Halitron, Inc. (HAON) Packs a Punch with Two-Fold Business Model

April 29, 2016

Halitron, Inc. (OTC: HAON), an equity holding company, seeks and acquires distressed companies for the purpose of adding to its existing operations. Halitron rolls these companies into efficient businesses that can either benefit from existing holdings or bring additional services to the collective, making it even stronger. The company’s foundation rests on two strategic business units: the sales and marketing division and the manufacturing division. According to Halitron CEO Bernard Findley, “Overtime, this structure will benefit the group, including Halitron shareholders, and should create shareholder wealth through increased sales and net income.”

The company’s sales and marketing branch focuses on holdings that run marketing services with brand potential opportunities. In January 2015, Halitron acquired Newtown Digital Group (NDG) Holdings, Inc., which brought onboard digital marketing tactics and services that could benefit future acquisitions. Early 2016, the company saw the acquisitions of Pieces In Places, a seller of vinyl file folders; Archival Museum Supplies, a vendor of archival storage products; and Archival Photo Pages, a seller of scrapbook supplies. Together, these businesses offered client lists featuring more than 300,000 potential customers to Halitron.

The second division includes interests in the manufacturing industry. In February 2016, Halitron acquired PRD Holdings, Inc., which has many factory investments in Mexico. These factories deal mostly with the print and plastics industry. PRD Holdings could add 35 percent gross margins by manufacturing the paper or plastic products of Pieces In Places, Archival Museum Supplies, and Archival Photo Pages. Therefore, the relationship between both of these divisions is vital to success.

Furthermore, the post-acquisition strategy formulated by Halitron involves delivering new products to current customers while creating inventive marketing solutions to attract new ones with help from NDG Holdings.

With 20 years of experience in building and rolling-up businesses, it’s no wonder that Halitron CEO Bernard Findley can execute this smart business strategy. He sees the strengths in each fledgling company and leverages them to be more effective. The company expects to acquire more manufacturing businesses not only to add synergy to existing verticals, but also to add more flexibility to compete within the market while increasing profits to shareholders.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) is a Technology Company

We tend to think of technology in terms of gadgetry. If it isn’t as complex as rocket science, then it’s not tech. However, in the well-known Macroeconomics text co-authored by the Nobel Prize-winning economist, Paul Krugman, the point is made that technological progress, the factor most responsible for economic growth, has depended on rather mundane innovations such as the flat-bottomed paper bag (patented in 1870) and the Post-it note (introduced in 1981). Technology is not all about bells and whistles; it’s about ideas. And innovative ideas make up the foundation on which OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) was built.

In a recent MissionIR OPCO interview (, co-founder Dr. Steve Tsengas remarked that one of the main rationales behind the founding of OurPet’s Company in 1994 was the lack of innovation in the pet industry at that time. In fact, so intent on the knowledge-based aspect of the enterprise were its co-founders, Dr. Steve Tsengas and Dean Tsengas, that they decided to focus on generating new, improved solutions for pet owners and ways of getting product to market rather than manufacturing. So, on the one hand, OurPet’s Company concentrates on innovation and design, and, on the other, on marketing and distributing its product line.

OurPet’s Company began as a one-product company. Its OurPets® Big Dog Feeder® was introduced at a classic pet show in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1994. After sales of $6,500 in three days, the founders realized that their insight of the need for innovation in the industry was right on point. The OurPets® Big Dog Feeder® makes it easier for big dogs to eat by elevating the feeding bowl. It is also a much healthier way for them to eat. Feeding from a bowl at ground level may compromise their physical structure, leading to arthritis at the joints.

Since then, OurPet’s Company has gone from a start-up with one product and annual sales of $100,000 to a publicly-traded company with over a thousand products and annual revenues reaching for $30 million. The company also has a potent IP pipeline of some 30 or so products and an IP portfolio of about 160 patents.

The confluence of ideas that has created such experimental and operational energy at OurPet’s Company is derived from two main streams. First, Dr. Steve Tsengas must confess to being a serial entrepreneur. He has been elected to the National Inventors Hall of Fame, to be a member of which ‘the inventor must have had a U.S. patent that has improved the welfare of humanity and promoted the progress of science and technology’. He has started seven other companies, all, save one, successfully, and has, in the process, accumulated a rich variety of experience and expertise in engineering, electronics, plastics and rubber technologies. Second, his love of pets has driven an academic interest in the pathologies that, unfortunately, accompany their aging. He holds a PhD in naturopathic medicine with a specialty in pet geriatrics and animal behavior. The combination of Dr. Tsengas’s engineering expertise with his knowledge of animal physiology is exploiting market opportunities.

In spite of its successful launch with the relatively low-tech OurPets® Big Dog Feeder®, OurPet’s Company is just as much high-tech. In July 2015, OurPets® Catty Whack® received the Best New Cat Product Showcase Award at the pet supply industry trade show, SuperZoo. OurPets® Catty Whack® is an unpredictable game of hide and seek designed for cats of all ages. Cats love the electronic RealMouse® sound and the erratic movement of the feather keeps the cat guessing as it darts in and out at random. On the top of the Catty Whack® there is a carpeted scratching area where cats can groom their claws on a texture that they find satisfying. The bottom of the toy has non-skid rubber feet, which keeps the toy from sliding. There is also an auto-shut off feature and a replacement feather prey wand is included.

Building on this progress, last month, OurPet’s Company introduced its Intelligent Pet Care™ product line at the Global Pet Expo. Intelligent Pet Care™ products use Bluetooth technology to communicate information to pet owners’ smartphones about their pets. The company also displayed its Whirling Wiggler™ Spinner Toy, new waste management products, and new designs for its bowl and feeder line. With all of this in mind, it’s clear that OurPet’s Company is not high-tech or low-tech. OurPet’s Company is all-tech.

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Elio Motors, Inc. (ELIO) Announces Completion of Engineering and Chassis Design for E-Series Vehicles

On Thursday, Elio Motors, Inc. (OTCQX: ELIO) announced the completion of the fourth and final stage of engineering for its highly-anticipated E-Series vehicles, including the finalized chassis design. This milestone is significant in Elio’s progress toward the commercial launch of its three-wheeled vehicle, as it opens the door for real-world vehicle validation and ride dynamics testing and calibration. Moving forward, the company will depend on a seasoned, eight-person build team to hand craft vehicles from its newly-established Pilot Operations Center in Livonia, Michigan, in order to complete a variety of aerodynamic, safety and durability tests ahead of the start of commercial production.

“Once our E-Series vehicles emerge from the pilot build, the Chassis team will conduct ride and handling development tuning to refine the vehicle’s driving characteristics prior to commercial production,” Jeff Johnston, vice president of engineering for Elio, stated in yesterday’s news release.

The design of Elio’s E-Series includes a number of innovative features meant to reduce noise and vibration while increasing the comfort of the ride for both drivers and passengers. In particular, Johnston highlights the vehicle’s independent suspension system, which consists of unequal upper and lower control arms incorporating a coil-over shock absorber that’s reminiscent of the suspension systems used in some of the world’s leading performance vehicles. This suspension allows Elio to maintain a lower profile for improved aerodynamics and lighter weight.

“This achievement, which is the final step in our engineering process for the E-Series of vehicles, further validates the flexibility and agility of our Elio Motors-supplier product development process,” Paul Elio, founder and chief executive officer of Elio Motors, stated in yesterday’s news release. “Roush, which joined the team in January, has done a tremendous job on the design of the chassis and suspension, as well as managing the overall engineering process working at what seems like lightning speed.”

In recent months, Elio has been aggressive in pushing toward production of the E-Series. In January, the company launched its first national advertising campaign to increase awareness and generate additional vehicle reservations. To date, Elio has recorded more than 52,400 reservations for its E-Series, capitalizing on a host of marketable features such as record fuel economy of 84 miles per gallon and a targeted base price of just $6,800.

These efforts have had a noticeable impact on the company’s financial position. During a busy first quarter of 2016, Elio successfully raised nearly $17 million in a Regulation A+ stock sale on the StartEngine Crowdfunding platform. Regulation A+, a ruling stemming from the 2012 Jumpstart Our Business Startups (JOBS) Act, allows businesses to raise up to $50 million in funding from both accredited and non-accredited investors. With this move, Elio became the first U.S.-based organization in history to raise capital using Regulation A+, as well as the first to have its shares publicly traded when it listed on the OTCQX Best Market back in February.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Provides the FRAME for Social Networking

In October 2015, the highly respected Pew Research Center (PRC) published ‘Social Media Usage: 2005 – 2015’ (, which showed that the boundary between our online and offline lives is disappearing. One way in which this development is manifesting itself is in the proliferation of social media sites. The number of online platforms that offer social interaction is large and growing. Wikipedia’s ‘List of Social Networking Sites’ ( lists over two hundred. The usual suspects, Facebook (1,280,000,000), Flickr (32,000,000), Instagram (300,000,000), LinkedIn (200,000,000), Pinterest (176,000,000), Tumblr (226,950,000), and Twitter (645,750,000) are there. So are (18,000,000) for academics and researchers, aSmallWorld (550,000) for ‘European jet set and social elite world-wide’, DeviantArt (26,000,000) for art lovers, English, baby! (1,600,000) for English as a second language, and (1,931,049), which seems to be for vampires and freaks. Registered user statistics are enclosed in parentheses.

The PRC report found that the number of adult users of social networking sites has climbed from 7 percent in 2005 to 65 percent in 2015. The report also stated ‘over the past decade, it has consistently been the case that those in higher-income households were more likely to use social media. More than half (56%) of those living in the lowest-income households now use social media, though growth has leveled off in the past few years. Turning to educational attainment, a similar pattern is observed. Those with at least some college experience have been consistently more likely than those with a high school degree or less to use social media over the past decade.’

In 2005, the PRC found that 4 percent of those living in households earning less than $30,000 used social media, compared with 12 percent of those living in households earning $75,000 or more. In 2015, 78 percent of those living in the highest-income households used social media, compared with 56% of those in the lowest-income households – a 22-point difference.

Use of social media in 2005 was 4 percent for those with a high school diploma or less schooling, 8 percent for those with some college and 12 percent for college graduates. The comparable figures for 2015 were 54 percent for those with a high school diploma or less, 70 percent for those with some college and 76 percent for those with college or graduate degrees.

An earlier PRC survey titled ‘Frequency of Social Media Use’ ( found that 80 percent of internet users have a social media account and that ‘more than half of internet users (52%) use two or more of the social media sites measured (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and LinkedIn).’

The ‘mix’ of social media use is interesting. If Facebook can be used as ‘marker’ because of its widespread acceptance, it appears that about one-third of Facebook users will use another of the most popular sites: Twitter 29%, Instagram 34%, Pinterest 34%, and LinkedIn 33%. Instagram users were most likely to also have Facebook accounts (91%); LinkedIn users were the least likely (86%). Four percent of internet users use five or more social media sites. That number is likely to grow in the coming years as awareness of the range of platforms and their merits (and demerits) grows.

Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), parent company of Geegle Media, is poised to capitalize on this burgeoning growth of social media activity. Earlier this year, the company launched FRAME, an organization tool for the management of social media and subscription-based accounts. FRAME is designed to meet the needs of consumers who use multiple social media websites and platforms on a daily basis by providing a dashboard from which they are all accessible.

At its launch, CEO Dan Terziev had this to say:

“Imagine FRAME as a single door that leads to many rooms. Each room represents a website that we log into several times each day. Rather than signing in several times, logging once into FRAME is sufficient to bring together all your social media accounts, making a far more organized and engaging social media experience.”

Agora Holdings will offer free access to FRAME for non-commercial users in a strategy that is expected to add users quickly. The company is already incorporating functionality with the main social media platforms.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Breaking Boundaries in the Battery Business

April 28, 2016

At the heart of Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc.’s (OTCQB: OGES) operations lies a deep commitment to innovation. Since its establishment, the company has been innovating to achieve commercial success, and, over the course of three decades, it has come to lead the innovation, development, manufacturing and marketing of disruptive energy storage technology (primarily lithium-ion batteries) for civilian, medical and military uses.

Oakridge is an integrated energy storage solutions company that employs state-of-the-art technology in designing, developing and manufacturing high-quality cells, batteries, and energy storage systems. The company is a leading supplier and manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries, and a dedication to research and development has led it to create some of the world’s longest-lasting rechargeable power sources, including a battery system that holds its charge up to three times longer than its foreign-manufactured equivalents.

To become a leader around the globe, Oakridge has widened its scope. At the end of 2015, the company transitioned from being a primarily research and development-focused company to being a fully-developed battery manufacturing company. The company embraced the vision, capability and technology it needed to implement its expansion strategies. Then, it broadened its presence and relationships in the battery business significantly. Finally, it secured a much higher quality of equipment and raw materials to build its groundbreaking battery systems while still offering reliability and affordability to its customers.

In the first quarter of 2016, Oakridge began operating the only lithium-ion battery manufacturing facility in the United States, a move that gives it even more control over the quality of its energy storage systems. Backed by an investment of over $40 million into research and product development since 2013, the 70,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Palm Bay, Florida, went into full commercial production immediately.

The company also began fulfilling commercial orders. Oakridge has been shipping its cutting-edge lithium-ion batteries to manufacturers of unmanned maritime vehicles, the golf cart and motorcycle markets and other custom and semi-custom markets. In a significant move and for the first time, the company has been operating a regular, indefinite commercial production schedule to fulfill its existing pipeline of orders, which is currently valued at approximately $24 million.

The U.S. market for lithium-ion batteries represents over 35% of worldwide demand, and, as the sole domestic manufacturer of these batteries, Oakridge is in an enviable position and exclusively capable of leveraging that position. The company’s projected revenues for the first quarter of the year (its first revenue-producing quarter ever) are thus strong and expected to exceed $250,000.

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) O2O Total Package Worth Examining Closer amid GMIC 2016 Hubbub, Big Alibaba Push into the Space

With the GMIC (Global Mobile Internet Conference) 2016 going down this week in Beijing and O2O (online-to-offline) having been such a conference-defining subject last year, there is a great deal of buzz again this year on the subject, especially with the Chinese equivalent of ecommerce giant Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), known as Alibaba (NYSE: BABA), having confirmed its $1.25 billion investment in the rapidly growing food delivery service early last week. This is a big move by the Chinese ecommerce titan to grow its footprint in an (increasingly vital for retailers) O2O market that currently dominates much of the retail horizon in China and was valued late last year by HSBC at around $150 billion-plus on a mere four percent internet penetration, even as the online segment of this market jumped 80 percent YOY to around a third of that figure in the first half of last year alone.

Seen by many analysts as a counter play to Alibaba rival Tencent’s (OTC: TCTZF) sizable foothold in what is the merged result of China’s top two “local deals” outfits, Dianping-Meituan, which Alibaba divested its $900 million stake in – the deal could be BABA’s ticket to locking down the brick and mortar side of the equation via O2O. Food delivery to residences is a model that has been a long time coming, but revolutionary O2O platforms that let traditional retailers with a physical location tap into the burgeoning internet/mobile traffic space around them could be just the rocket engines needed for the model to finally reach escape velocity. O2O could provide the kind of tight customer engagement needed to seal the deal and BABA is banking on localization to keep the costs down. At any rate, Alibaba is likely going for a sole source play here, one that could see the company end up owning startup, and so it makes sense to look at the broader O2O space given such auspicious events/timing.

Customer engagement is the core of the entire O2O puzzle, but it’s a tricky animal and it requires the right mix of features for the consumer and the retailer alike, if one is to get the implementation truly humming. That’s why a company like Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC) is so interesting in this space right now, where the majority of the players are conventional retail and online services like Alibaba, who are branching out. As a startup with the proprietary apps, platform/server access methodologies and virtual currencies needed to make it all happen, which cut its teeth and put the entire framework through its paces in Asian markets, Moxian is in the pole position when it comes to exploiting the ongoing Chinese O2O surge. With a strategy to geographically target prime metropolitan areas and leverage boots on the ground sales forces in Beijing, Guangzhou and Shanghai, Moxian’s story is an extremely compelling one.

Without the trappings of the other sector players, who are encumbered by legacy service architectures, Moxian is able to focus on simply growing the number of merchants in its platform’s network, ensuring that its Moxian+ User App and Moxian+ Business App (for Android and iPhone) remain feature-rich, and that the kind of high-value big data needed for premium business analytics is generated. By providing consumers with a robust social networking toolset that allows them to easily search for things like friends, interest groups, profiles and topics, as well as chat/share within social circles, all via a framework that also allows them to find nearby merchants using geo-location and earn spendable virtual currency (MO-Coin and MO-Points) or other rewards through gamified content, Moxian is able to also offer brick and mortar retailers ready-made access to the largest mobile-using population on the planet.

With nearly a mobile phone for every person in China (around 95 percent market penetration as of 2015), retailers have to be crazy not to tap into the virtual channel and drive traffic to their stores. The good news is that Moxian has made it all too easy, with a unique SCRM (Social Customer Relationship Management) toolkit available via the business app that covers everything from automated data capture-driven analytics and user-base profiling to loyalty/customer retention program development and advertising. Customer engagement tools like notification pushes, online marketing efforts and even online payments round out the package and create a closed-loop O2O ecosystem based on logistical realities and social interactions. The company even provides consulting services to retailers who are new to dealing with the ecommerce and social media ends of the spectrum, and who want to get it right.

With the rise in China of novel online entities such as the hybridized Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Twitter (NYSE: TWTR)-like microblog social network, Sina Weibo, owned by Sina Corp. (NASDAQ: SINA), which is trouncing majors like Baidu (NASDAQ: BIDU) and Tencent at around 86 percent microblogging market share (based on the highly correlative metric of browsing time), it is very clear that Chinese social media is every bit the ever-changing and unstoppable freight train that it is in the U.S. and Europe. Understanding how important O2O will continue to be for brick and mortar, which still constitutes the lion’s share of all retail transactions, is essential for investors who want to ride the wave.

Moxian is in a good position here to exploit the underlying trend with its proprietary technologies, an expertly crafted approach to the space driven by field-based leg work, and the potential to set itself up on multiple revenue sources (merchant fees, advertising, consulting, virtual currency sales, etc.). Investors should keep an eye on the company for mounting merchant subscriptions as it rolls out its sales footprint throughout this year. O2O services like those made available through group-buying sites like Groupon (NASDAQ: GRPN) and other platforms that offer tangible, real-world deals on products, or events like concerts, movies and restaurants, are gaining favor every year with consumers – even as social media becomes a more and more prominent part of our lives.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Knows How to Run a Niche Business


Little did Dorsa and Joey Parsi know, but their idea of creating a kid-friendly restaurant that even parents could enjoy would become a successful business venture right from the beginning. Seeing a need for a restaurant that could deliver both physical fun and nutritious food for the whole family, the Parsi’s opened their own in February 2008 in Brentwood, California. Not long after, Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) saw quick success followed by an offer from Westfield Corp. (OTC: WEFIF), a major mall developer, for its own place in Westfield Century City Mall. Westfield offered to pay 60% of construction costs, which led to the restaurant’s completion in 2010. Since then, Giggles N’ Hugs has expanded to three successful locations in California malls and is looking to grow throughout the nation. Catering to such a niche demographic might seem like an unfruitful idea, but a company that focuses its efforts on a specific, yet significant market can be more successful than larger companies.

One of the first advantages Giggles N’ Hugs has that adds to its success comes from knowing its customers. The company knows what the customer wants and needs to build a strong relationship. The Parsi’s themselves understand the restaurant woes that come from taking a young child out and seek to eliminate the frustration and instead add fun. Giggles N’ Hugs also has a marketing advantage over larger companies, because it knows where and how to advertise to its niche market. Just by knowing its customers on a more intimate level and offering something new, Giggles N’ Hugs gains an edge over its competitors.

Similarly, Giggles N’ Hugs, along with its staff, delivers top-notch customer service to families who will keep coming back. Because the restaurant’s niche market is smaller, every customer counts. By creating a friendly atmosphere with an attentive staff, Giggles N’ Hugs pulls ahead of the rest. Putting parents and their children first establishes a memorable experience which, in turn, markets the brand organically through word of mouth. Plus, Giggles N’ Hugs has the ability to make changes quickly based on client feedback since decision-making isn’t hindered by a large hierarchy.

Dorsa and Joey Parsi can relate to their customers through their own experiences. Giggles N’ Hugs caters to families who want a truly fun, family-friendly restaurant that also provides nutritious foods. Giggles N’ Hugs will continue to expand its one-of-a-kind restaurant concept, which never forces parents to sacrifice on quality food in exchange for a space to play.

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Laguna Blends, Inc. (LAGBF) Delivering Multiple ‘Wins’ with Sales and Focus on Nutritional Benefits of Hemp

When entrepreneurs look to blaze theirs paths in the rough and tumble world of sole proprietorship, they commonly gravitate toward horizons that show promise of growth, financial-freedom, sustainability and self-gratification. Low start-up costs are intriguing as well. Rarely are there opportunities that offer a unique blend of all these sought-after characteristics, unless one comes across and looks inside Laguna Blends, Inc. (OTC: LAGBF).

Referred to as a network marketing company by its president and chief executive officer, Stuart Gray, Laguna’s sales channel is comprised of retail sales through independent agents, or ‘affiliates’. These individuals or groups use Laguna’s technology resources to help them build, in many cases, global businesses from their own homes, regardless of where they live. A main draw of this model is that Laguna’s technology replaces the high costs associated with travel and traditional hotel conferences and meetings.

With its primary market geographically prevalent in North America, Laguna’s attraction is its focus and expertise with the nutritional health benefits of hemp. The company initially broke into the market with functional beverage products containing hemp and other efficacious ingredients. Laguna’s first product, Caffe, is an instant, hot coffee beverage that is infused with both whey and hemp protein and ready to serve by just adding water. The product offers a robust infusion of protein, containing two grams of the essential nutrient in every serving.

An equally popular product offering, Pro369 is a plant-based, instant hemp protein that is served cold and comes in four tantalizing flavors for the ‘on-the-go’ consumer. Water soluble, Pro369 can be mixed in water, added to nearly any beverage or blended in a shake. Pro369 is also a great source of Omegas 3, 6 and 9 and contains ginseng, as well. Notably, the Canadian Minister of Health recently granted Laguna a product license along with a Natural Product Number (“NPN”) for all four of the Pro369 flavors. They are all listed under the same NPN. With this certification, the company’s products are officially recognized as being a source of protein that helps build and repair body tissues, as well as a source of amino acids, which are involved in muscle protein synthesis.

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Partners with to Develop Travel Club Solution

Before the opening bell, Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) announced a new partnership with, an online global recruiting and career services site, to develop a custom travel club solution for its members. When complete, the new service will be available to all of’s roughly three million members and followers, delivering customized travel and lifestyle offerings including highly discounted travel and vacation packages complete with special benefits such as concierge support, exclusive experiences and premium upgrades.

“We are pleased to be a trusted partner to and look forward to delivering their members a high quality platform and exceptional customer support,” Bill Kerby, chairman and chief executive officer of Monaker, stated in this morning’s news release. “The partnership gives us another distribution outlet for our growing Alternative Lodging inventory and other travel products within our portfolio. Furthermore, the Travel Club validates Monaker Group’s unique ability to build innovative products for both work and play.”

In recent weeks, Monaker has placed much of its focus on unlocking specialty lodging inventory through its large-scale travel distribution platform, NextTrip. On Tuesday, the company took a significant stride toward achieving this goal when it announced the integration of its proprietary timeshare booking engine, NextTrip Resorts, into its flagship booking platform. NextTrip Resorts offers a number of unique advantages over existing timeshare booking platforms, including instant booking confirmations on more than 250,000 units. In total, Monaker has approximately one million alternative lodging units under contract, positioning it as one of the largest players in the rapidly growing alternative lodging industry.

According to data from Research and Markets, the global vacation rental market is in a period of significant growth, with current estimates calling for the industry to exceed $169 billion by 2019. Timeshares and alternative lodging are expected to play a key role in this market performance as innovative new platforms, such as NextTrip Resorts, provide owners with the tools needed to offer the approximately 25 percent of timeshare, fractional and condo-hotel unit inventory that currently goes unused to consumers. With an estimated 19 million rooms falling under this category in high-demand vacation destinations around the globe, Monaker’s new platform positions it as a major force in a largely untapped market.

Monaker expects to obtain additional commitments from major hospitality companies and independent operators with national and international networks of resorts in the coming weeks, effectively strengthening the NextTrip platform. When combined with complementary ventures, such as the company’s newly-announced partnership with, Monaker’s launch and expansion of NextTrip have it well-positioned to achieve considerable growth moving forward.

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Content Checked’s (CNCK) Spot in The Daily Meal Gives Readers a Sample of the Expertise Behind the Company’s Apps

When one of the expert nutritionists from Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK) was featured last month in an article on heavily-trafficked foodie site The Daily Meal, which is geared toward everyone from pro cooks and industry insiders to savvy diners, the spot showcased exactly the kind of actionable intelligence the company’s apps were designed to provide. The insights provided by Content Checked’s Registered Dietitian, Tory Tedrow, CNSC, regarding the importance of foods like lentils in a diet as a key source of iron ( were on target for this article and indicative of CNCK’s expertise.

Tedrow explained how iron deficiency anemia is the natural result when people don’t have enough foods containing iron in their diets and that fatigue, weakness, and shortness of breath are some of the common symptoms. Offering solutions for readers, such as the helpful tip that combining iron-rich foods with others that contain high levels of vitamin C (such as oranges) will help maximize iron uptake by the body, is another prime example of insight that CNCK provides its users through its apps.

Such important dietary information is precisely the kind of nutritionist-driven intelligence that users can get access to with the swipe of a finger using the company’s family of mobile apps. The apps were built to provide people who have specific dietary restrictions with a quick and simple answer to whether or not a product is suitable for their dietary needs. The company’s three apps – including ContentChecked for food allergies, SugarChecked for added sugars and MigraineChecked for migraine triggers – allow users to quickly scan a product’s barcode with their smartphones and gain access to a rich database of nutritional information.

The ability to provide feedback on over 70% (and growing) of all food products in the U.S. with the swipe of a finger is a powerful weapon in the fight against food related issues like allergies and diabetes. By using Content Checked’s apps routinely, end users gain healthy insights along the way. Users become educated over time by the apps, which steer them clear of bad decisions and can, therefore, also help to steer them in the right direction, nutritionally speaking.

An app like SugarChecked is a prime example of the type of tool the CDC’s Division of Diabetes Translation was referring to when it recommended to its email user base that diabetics should utilize the growing number of apps designed to do everything from track blood sugar levels to help more closely define eating habits.

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Immune Therapeutics, Inc. (IMUN) Granted Approval for Lodonal™ in Nigeria

April 27, 2016

Earlier today, Immune Therapeutics, Inc. (OTCQB: IMUN) announced that Nigeria’s National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC) has approved the company’s patented Lodonal™ as an over-the-counter, non-toxic adjunct therapy in the treatment of HIV/AIDS. With this approval, IMUN’s distribution partners, AHAR Pharma and GB Pharma Holdings, will now be able to launch nationwide marketing and sales programs for the breakthrough immunotherapy, creating a new revenue stream for IMUN and contributing to health security in Nigeria.

“Receiving approval of our affordable non-toxic immunodeficiency treatment Lodonal is a significant company milestone,” Noreen Griffin, chief executive officer of IMUN, stated in this morning’s news release. “Supported by a new and growing body of clinical research, we expect Lodonal will be increasingly proven as an effective treatment for patients suffering from a comprised immune system and other autoimmune conditions as it prepares for commercialization.”

The NAFDAC approval comes as a result of the successful completion of a 90-day bridging study conducted by AHAR Pharma at the State Specialist Hospital in Nigeria. The results of the Nigerian study were consistent with IMUN’s previous clinical trials of Lodonal, yielding an average increase of 44 percent in CD4 count in the treatment group, as compared to an increase of just 11 percent in the control group. Higher CD4 counts have been linked to increased ability to fight HIV and other infections. According to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (, CD4 count is the ‘most important laboratory indicator of how well [the] immune system is working and the strongest predictor of HIV progression’.

The market potential of Lodonal in Nigeria, which is Africa’s leading economy with more than 175 million people, is immense. Among its many benefits, Lodonal is cost-effective and easy to administer, requiring just a single daily oral dose. In addition to affordably improving the quality of life of patients, the therapy also offers a compelling economic benefit to national health care systems, as it is designed to produce a significant reduction in opportunistic infections.

The path of destruction created by the HIV/AIDS epidemic in sub-Saharan Africa is staggering. According to AVERT (, a global provider of HIV/AIDS education, roughly 24.7 million people in the sub-Saharan region were living with HIV in 2013. Among those individuals, just 39 percent of adults were on antiretroviral treatments. When combined with the knowledge that an estimated 75 percent of adults in the region with HIV who are currently accessing antiretroviral treatments have not yet achieved viral suppression, the critical need for IMUN’s innovative adjunct therapy is clearly demonstrated.

“While we finalize the registration process… we will focus on distribution throughout Nigeria,” continued Griffin. “Simultaneously we will be working to leverage the successful clinical trial results and NAFDAC approval to expedite the approval and distribution into the many other African nations that have been devastated by HIV/AIDS for the past 17 years.”

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Navigating the Hyper-Connected Economy with Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (ALYI) Data Analytics Division

According to a recent report from the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) titled ‘The Hyperconnected Economy: How the growing Interconnectedness of Society is changing the Landscape for Business’ (, ‘more than a technological trend, hyperconnectivity is a cultural condition to which businesses have no choice but to adapt.’ The report goes on to explain that ‘hyperconnectivity is a term that describes a defining feature of contemporary society. Thanks to the Internet, mobile technology and soon the Internet of things, people, places, organizations and objects are linked together like never before.’ In other words, developments in technology have shrunk the world. However, while the technology has drawn us closer, it has also multiplied the complexity of our lives. The same applies to business. As the EIU report hints, the increased connectivity presents new challenges and opportunities for businesses. The launch of Alternet Systems, Inc.’s (OTC: ALYI) Data Analytics Division in January 2016 is, thus, timely, as it offers businesses the tools to navigate the new landscape of this virtual world.

The seminal event of this brave new virtual world was, of course, the introduction of packet switching technology. It was used at first in the U.S. Department of Defense’s ARPANET and is now widely employed in the super network known as the internet. Now the internet has over one billion websites, and sites are added at the rate of two or three every second. Now also, according to a press release ( issued by the International Telecommunications Union, an agency of the United Nations (UN), around 3.2 billion people globally are using the internet. ‘Between 2000 and 2015, Internet penetration has increased almost seven-fold from 6.5 to 43 per cent of the global population’ and ‘the proportion of households with Internet access at home advanced from 18 per cent in 2005 to 46 per cent in 2015.’ It’s not just people, of course. Much of the internet is automated with computers ‘speaking’ to computers and other ‘smart’ devices in the internet of things (IoT).

Many of the largest companies in the world are already grappling with ways to tackle this enormous amorphous mass of data, referred to as ‘big data’. Big data is big and growing. The term ‘googol’ may have connotations of gargantuan but the size of the Google index pales in comparison to the petabytes of data still waiting to be cataloged. One petabyte equals 250 bytes. It has been reported in ‘How Much of the Internet is Hidden’ ( that ‘Eric Schmidt, Google’s former CEO, estimated that it (the internet) consists of roughly five million terabytes of data. That’s over five trillion megabytes. Google’s web search has indexed about 200 terabytes of this data. That’s a lot of data, but that comprises only 0.004 percent of the whole thing.’ The term big data is no exaggeration.

Since the volume of data available is so immense, it is very likely that organizations will require specialized third-parties, like Alternet Systems, to not only provide the analytics tools but also the strategies needed to take advantage of the internet’s hidden treasures. Size is not the only defining critical factor of big data, which is structured in a variety of formats from a diversity of sources: ecommerce transactions, financial transactions, social media interactions, web logs, etc.

The EIU report continues with the observation that ‘one of the important outcomes of hyper-connectivity for business is the creation of new fields of competition. Data are being developed within companies, from public sources, by third-party vendors that provide multiple linkages on products, pricing, branding and sales. From proactive pricing to tracking the branding of competitors’ products, hyper-connected data present a new basis for competition.’

With an International Data Corporation (IDC) forecast that the ‘big data technology and services market will grow at 26.4% compound annual growth rate to $41.5 billion through 2018’, Alternet Systems aims to be, in the coming months, one of those third-party vendors.

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Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (SMRS) Gears Up for a Profitable and Safe Future

The global zinc industry is currently suffering a supply shortage, which translates to good news for Star Mountain Resources, Inc. (OTC: SMRS). SMRS is gearing up following its recent acquisition of Balmat Holding Corporation. The Balmat mine in upstate New York has a long history of successful zinc production. Zinc mining companies have been shut down in China and Australia, amounting to about 10% of the total world supply, according to Haywood Securities. Acquiring the Balmat Zinc Mine means SMRS is positioning itself for success. According to its Industry Guide 7 Mineral Reserve report (IG7), the Balmat Mine will require a minimal investment to prepare for production. At the same time, projections for the next 2.5 years and 8.5 years show potentially large profit margins due to rising zinc prices.

The Balmat Mine is located in upstate New York in St. Lawrence County, about 1.3 miles away from Fowler. It was initially opened in 1930 and worked for 71 years until production was ceased in 2001. Production and mining was resumed between 2006 and 2008, when it was stopped due to another drop in zinc metal prices. The Balmat Mine has produced more than 30 million tons of zinc since it was opened and never ceased production due to issues with the mine itself. In addition to that, the IG7 report confirmed that the mine is well-situated, capable of producing high-grade zinc, and can be placed into production with minimal expense and time.

On another note, Haywood Securities has stated that zinc price predictions have been very conservative this year, and the firm still estimates zinc to be at a healthy $1.20 per pound in 2018. The last time zinc inventory levels hit a critical low was in 2006, causing zinc metal prices to spike to $2 per pound. The IG7 also shows promising results as the mineral reserve estimate dictates the zinc produced would be high-grade zinc concentrate suitable for sale to smelters around the globe.

However, Star Mountain Resources Inc. is not only working toward meeting its financial goals. The company also has a clear vision to responsibly develop great assets while maintaining a strong focus on their core values. These include the safety of all employees and local communities, promoting sustainable growth and maintaining high standards of respect for all the people involved in each project. In addition to this, the company always aims to improve the communities of which it becomes a part, as well as providing transparency and honesty to all stakeholders, and SMRS is passionate about improving its practices wherever it can.

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Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (MMEG) Commences Filming for Upcoming Reality TV Series

Earlier this week, Momentous Entertainment Group, Inc. (OTC: MMEG), an entertainment and direct response marketing company focused on creating and distributing quality content and products, announced the commencement of initial production filming for an upcoming reality TV series, tentatively titled ‘Dennis Gile’s Quarterback Academy’. The show will provide viewers with an inside look at the work football quarterbacks put in behind the scenes in order to hone and perfect their performance levels. Momentous has already engaged the services of two-time Emmy Award winner Albert Miller and Runway Lights of Scottsdale, Arizona, to film the production while enriching the look and feel of the series.

“We’ve captured some amazing personal stories and journeys of young athletes as they deal with injuries, exhaustion, and the pressures to meet expectations on and off the field,” Tim Williams, executive vice president of Momentous Entertainment, stated in a news release. “These stories will appeal to hard core football enthusiasts as well as non fans who will find empathy and encouragement in the stories as they unfold over the life of the series and the careers of these young players.”

Momentous originally signed a talent agreement with Dennis Gile, coach at the Dennis Gile Quarterback Academy, last November. This agreement outlined work on two sports-related series, including the previously mentioned ‘Dennis Gile’s Quarterback Academy’ reality series and an additional program detailing Bobby Earnhardt’s pursuit of the coveted NASCAR Championship title, tentatively titled ‘Chasing a Legend: The Racing Life of Bobby Dale Earnhardt’. In addition to his work as a professional quarterback in both the National Football League and the Canadian Football League, Gile also races sprint cars in the USAC Southwest Sprint Cars championships.

In early March, Momentous offered an update on its progress with the Bobby Earnhardt series, which started initial filming in the fall of 2015. The company is currently working on a pilot reel that it expects to present to fans in the near future. Momentous also released a sneak preview of the series highlighting its adrenaline-pumping racing action, which can be viewed at

Momentous is focused on creating faith and family driven content that can be delivered through distribution channel partners, as well as its direct response services group. According to the company’s research, demand for faith-based programming in the U.S. is on the rise, particularly in the South and Midwest. As it continues to develop its distribution and sales channels, Momentous will look to capitalize on this demand by leveraging the more than 100 years of combined music, film and TV production experience held by its management and consulting teams.

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International Stem Cell Corporation (ISCO) Continues Upward Climb with Two Successful Subsidiaries

A pioneer in regenerative medicine, International Stem Cell Corporation (OTCQB: ISCO) strives to make a difference with its stem cell technology called parthenogenesis. The biotechnology company uses unfertilized eggs to create pluripotent human parthenogenetic stem cells (hPSC). These stem cells have the power to turn into any cell, healing and replacing aged or damaged cells. The possible indications for this technology range from cellular treatment point to a breakthrough for the treatments of degenerative diseases of the eye, nervous system, and liver. ISCO’s research and development team strongly believe in the effectiveness of their stem cell solution in such diseases as Parkinson’s, Corneal Blindness, and Ischemic Stroke. However, completing the proper testing and sanctions necessary to commercialize the company’s technology will take many years. In the meantime, ISCO derives substantial revenue from its two subsidiaries: Lifeline Skin Care Inc. and Lifeline Cell Technology, LLC.

Lifeline Skin Care Inc.( focuses on developing and marketing anti-aging products using ISCO’s breakthrough stem cell technology. The cosmetic company uses stem cells from unfertilized eggs to create solutions that reverse aging, add elasticity, and improve damaged skin cells. First, proteins are captured from these eggs and encased in micro nanospheres for protection. Antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals are then added for extra rejuvenation. Lifeline Skin Care’s products boost collagen production for even, firm skin. Retailers like Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), cosmetic surgery offices, spas, and international corporations sell these products, which adds more revenue streams and exposure for ISCO.

ISCO’s other subsidiary, Lifeline Cell Technology, LLC. (, develops and commercializes human cell culture products. Academic, pharmaceutical, and government laboratories purchase these products, such as frozen human cells and the material need for cultivation, for disease testing and study. Lifeline Cell Technology offers epithelial, hematopoietic, bladder, breast, kidney cells and more with the highest guaranteed quality. According to the company, these cells will “out-perform any other cells” out there.

Though ISCO eagerly waits for its proprietary parthenogenesis technology to gain global allowance, the company effectively uses its two subsidiaries for a steady revenue stream. The operating income for both companies increased 65% to $1.67 million in 2015, with 2014 having $1.01 million. Lifeline Skin Care retained steady numbers while Lifeline Cell Technology sales were up 15%. Overall, ISCO saw an 8% increase last year, as compared to 2014. The company intends to continue using its scientific breakthroughs and products toward contributing to regenerative medicine.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Thriving in Expanding Pet Care Space

April 26, 2016

It is the goal at many of today’s forward-thinking companies to drive initiatives that lead to the desired business outcome of environmental sustainability. In the case of OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO), dogs and cats are included in the business model. The Ohio-based company develops, produces, and markets an array of pet accessories and consumable products designed to draw out our pets’ natural feeding and playing instincts.

Evidence of the company’s commitment to ‘green’ is observed through its line of Pet Zone® EcoPure Naturals® toys, which are made from sustainable or recyclable materials. These toys are the Catnip Fruits Slices, Veggie Assortment, Spider Wand™, Loofah Wand™ and Catnip Carrots, just to name a few products.

OPCO endeavors at designing, developing, producing, and marketing numerous accessory and consumable pet products designed to improve the health, safety, comfort, and enjoyment of pets in locations around the world. The company serves up various dog and cat products; cat and bird feeders; dog and cat toys; cat and dog waste management products; catnip products; natural and nutritional pet supplements; and topical products. The company markets its products under the OurPets® and Pet Zone® brands. Most notably, the company leverages its business model by serving mass retailers, pet superstores, regional pet chains, grocers and pet food manufacturers and distributors. Founded in 1995, OurPet’s is based in Fairport Harbor, Ohio.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) to be Featured in Three-Part Mini-Series on FOX Business

Earlier today, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: OGES) announced plans to commence a three-part, 90-minute TV business mini-series that will take a closer look at the evolution of Oakridge from a true R&D company to the only U.S. manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries. The biographical exposé, titled ‘Power Up America’, will feature award-winning television host Ken Evseroff, who viewers may recognize from investment program ‘New To The Street’, touring on location at Oakridge’s newly-completed 70,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Palm Bay, Florida. The first 30-minute episode is expected to air in early June on FOX Business, with date and times yet to be announced.

“When I first met with Steve Barber on our NYC film set and learned all he was doing, I thought to myself this company has so much going on they need a whole TV show for themselves,” Vince Caruso, president of FMW Media Works Corp., stated in today’s news release. “Then my team visited OGES in Florida with Governor Rick Scott. We shot a lot of footage and interview content, whereas our TV editors expressed the difficulty of cutting out anything — it all makes sense and needs to be shown.”

Over the past year and a half, Oakridge, under the leadership of chief executive officer Steve Barber, has significantly advanced its strategy of becoming a leader in the global lithium-ion battery market. In 2015, the company focused on achieving balance sheet liquidity, paying down all of its $2 million debt. Since then, Oakridge has introduced a wide range of stored energy solutions – including its Pro Series battery systems for golf cars and local area electric vehicles, its Liberty Series motorcycle batteries, and its Patriot Series lithium-ion batteries for professional unmanned aerial vehicle pilots and remote control vehicle enthusiasts, among others. Leaning on the marketability of these products, the company entered the second quarter of 2016 with an existing pipeline of orders totaling $24 million.

Moving forward, Oakridge is well-positioned to build on this strong start as it capitalizes on its unique position as the only U.S. manufacturer of lithium-ion batteries. More than 35 percent of global demand for lithium-ion batteries is attributed to the U.S. market, divided across military, civilian and medical applications. Oakridge leads the way across these applications with a commitment to innovation and commercialization of top quality products. The company estimates that its rechargeable power sources are the longest-lasting on the global market, boasting a battery life up to three times greater than foreign-manufactured counterparts.

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Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) Integrates Proprietary Timeshare Booking Engine into

Before the opening bell, Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) announced that its proprietary timeshare booking engine has now been integrated into its flagship booking platform as NextTrip Resorts. Following this update, timeshare owners and property managers are now able to post their unused resort properties into NextTrip’s vacation rental inventory, allowing consumers to view and book the properties in real time. To date, the timeshare and fractional ownership market has remained largely untapped by leading online travel agencies, creating an immense opportunity for Monaker Group to capture market share. In total, the company estimates total timeshare inventory to include roughly 19 million rooms worldwide, with about 25 percent of inventory currently going unused.

“Having spent a number of years in the hospitality, shared ownership and mixed use development industries, I’m truly excited to be a part of this technology and platform,” Jim Marmorstone, president of Monaker, stated in this morning’s news release. “Property developers, owners and managers should benefit greatly from our rental management solutions and distribution. NextTrip travel customers and platform partners will benefit from additional property inventory which should grow substantially from here.”

Following the official launch of NextTrip Resorts, the company plans to aggressively pursue timeshare resort owners, developers and property management firms in order to gain access to large-scale rental inventory for vacationers. NextTrip has already secured initial commitments and property offerings in a number of high-demand vacation markets – including Mexican beach destinations, such as Cancun and the Riviera Maya, and European hotspots, such as Greece. In the coming weeks, Monaker expects to obtain additional commitments from independent operators with both national and international networks of resorts.

Late last month, Monaker gave prospective shareholders a preview of the scale of its NextTrip platform when it announced the addition of over 250,000 units of alternative lodging inventory. Additionally, the company reported that it has approximately one million alternative lodging units under contract, ready to be uploaded onto the NextTrip platform following certification. This expansive pool of inventory positions Monaker as one of the largest players in the rapidly growing alternative lodging industry, and the company’s real-time booking technology is expected to open the doors to a wider audience of customers who prefer instant bookings as opposed to waiting for manual confirmation from property owners.

“This technology and integration bolsters Monaker’s growing alternative lodging offerings to now include unoccupied timeshares, fractional share properties and mixed use developments with 4 or 5 star hotels and resorts in highly sought vacation destinations,” Bill Kerby, chief executive officer of Monaker, stated in this morning’s news release. “Additionally, timeshare owners rank among the highest in individual vacation spends and form a much sought after demographic as potential NextTrip consumers for their travel.”

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Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (CNCK) Appoints Dennis Fredricks to Board of Advisors

Before the opening bell, Content Checked Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: CNCK) announced the expansion of its board of advisors through the appointment of Dennis Fredricks, Esq., a Los Angeles-based attorney specializing in domestic and international business and entertainment law. Fredricks joins Dr. Marc Siegel, a clinical professor of medicine and the medical director of Doctor Radio on Sirius/XM, as a member of the company’s recently-formed board of advisors, whose goal is to provide guidance to Content Checked’s board of directors and management team, as needed to execute on business development, marketing and operational matters.

“Mr. Fredricks brings to us considerable practical experience having worked with U.S. and international companies in the tech sector and in traditional industries in many branches of commerce,” Kris Finstad, president and chief executive officer of Content Checked, stated in this morning’s news release. “Dennis’ understanding and background will help us bring our mobile apps to foreign markets.”

As the managing attorney of Fredricks & von der Horst, Fredricks has amassed tremendous experience in the legal field. He is currently the counsel and legal advisor to the Consulates General of ten countries, and he serves as production counsel in Los Angeles for a number of independent feature films and television programs. With a focus on individuals, companies and governmental agencies in the United States and Europe, Fredricks has authored several articles for widely-read trade publications, and he has also conducted a series of seminars centered on the issues of commercial law and comparative law between the U.S. and European jurisdictions.

“I am very happy to be joining Content Checked’s board of advisors and I’m looking forward to helping Kris and the Company continue to grow its business,” Fredricks stated in the news release.

The appointment of Fredricks marks another step in the right direction as Content Checked continues to pursue its planned application submission for uplisting to NASDAQ later this fiscal year. Earlier this month, the company got the ball rolling when it engaged Bonwick Capital Partners LLC as its financial and corporate advisor. Bonwick’s team of experienced financial and industry professionals is expected to play an essential role in Content Checked’s goal of tapping into broader capital market resources by uplisting.

Last week, Content Checked took a major step toward qualifying for the NASDAQ exchange when it announced the appointment of Dr. Göran Rune Skog, an accomplished physician with more than 35 years of experience in the field of medicine, as an independent addition to its board of directors. NASDAQ requires that a majority of the company’s board of directors be independent. Moving forward, Content Checked will also be required to adhere to the corporate governance standards set forth by NASDAQ, including the formation of an auditing committee, appointment of additional independent directors and adherence to management and officer compensation requirements.

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GTX Corp. (GTXO) CEO’s Speech at UN Summit Highlights Company’s Own Brand Ambassador Logic

April 25, 2016

For a company like GTX Corp. (OTC: GTXO) – whose innovative work developing embedded/miniaturized GPS tracking devices for wearables and other GPS/BLE based real-time monitoring technologies is centered around empowering communities of people and fostering harmony – the recent opportunity to take part in the Sports 4 Development Summit at the International Day for Sport for Development and Peace at the United Nations on April 6th was a big victory. After all, this important summit, designed to help raise awareness regarding how crucial sports can be when it comes to educating people about and fostering social change, is also a key networking opportunity for partnership/project generation between attendees from the sports community, NGOs, and UN participating members.

Also intended to honor governments, NGOs and pro athletes who have shown a strong commitment to the goal of advancing developmental change and peace throughout the world via sports, the Sports 4 Development Summit 2016 was hosted by The Jack Brewer Foundation (JBF) and the Permanent Mission of Grenada to the United Nations. Jack Brewer, founder of The Brewer Group Companies, of which JBF Worldwide is the corporate social responsibility organization, is a name that should be instantly familiar to those who have been following GTXO, due to his leading presence as a brand ambassador for the company. Brewer was more than happy to salute his fellow brand spokesmen: former Minnesota Viking, Super Bowl Champion and Pro Bowl NFL wide receiver Sidney Rice, as well as Clinton Portis, one of the top 20 running backs to have ever played in the NFL – both of whom were on-hand to attend the summit alongside numerous other past and present NFL players.

Founder, CEO and chairman of GTXO, Patrick Bertagna, gave a rousing speech (, starting at 2:37:50) at the summit, wherein he praised the power of sports to keep people connected, as well as its power to help transcend the racial divide and provide a continuum of mutual experience, where people who might not otherwise see eye to eye can form a cohesive and lasting bond. Bertagna was keen to point out how brand spokesman Jack Brewer, who was named Ambassador for Peace & Sport for the USFMEP (US Federation for Middle East Peace) at the UN in 2014, continues to act as a lightning rod for developmental change using sports, both through the JBF and through GTXO.

Bertagna, who is a UNGC (United Nations Global Compact) member and sits on the JBF Board, went on to argue that sport’s importance, as an essential part of the intricately woven fabric of the global tapestry, continues to allow it to act as a platform for unification, giving socially-minded athletes tremendous power when it comes to shaping our shared future. This fact is ever-present on the minds of GTXO’s management, who have assembled a brand ambassador contingent that also includes other pro athletes such as NFL offensive tackle Jason Fox and former pro boxer turned concussion awareness advocate Ray Ciancaglini.

Pro athletes, sadly, are almost always close associates with injury-related disability. Years spent playing one’s heart out at the highest levels in a sport like boxing or football, for instance, is something which has become notorious for the toll it takes on the bodies of the athletes who play. The quality of life benefits that products like the GPS SmartSole can provide for individuals suffering from TBI (traumatic brain injury), for example, a common injury in the NFL, has won the company many adherents throughout the world of pro sports, and it is little wonder that GTXO has been able to retain some of the biggest names in the NFL, especially given how such products can really help injured or disabled people lead normal lives. This includes people such as the 100 million or more worldwide who are afflicted with Alzheimer’s, Dementia, Autism, TBI or some other cognitive memory disability.

People suffering from cognitive memory disabilities are often disenfranchised societally and at great risk, irrespective of the cause of the impairment – even if they happen to be former pro athletes. In such cases, the suffering may be even worse, because the world expects them to be super human. All such impaired persons require tolerance and understanding from their communities, as TBI and other cognitive memory disabilities mean the individual has a tendency to wander and become lost. Half of these people who wander, if they are not found within the first 24 hours, statistically speaking, will end up dead or seriously injured. GTXO understands the associated challenges this problem presents and the company is laser-focused on empowering caregivers, loved ones and the community around people with dementia or similar afflictions via always-on systems that allow at-risk individuals to be found within minutes and at a minimal cost, rather than hours or days late, at extreme cost to the community – cost whose upper limit is all too often the loss of a life to some tragic circumstance.

One of the keys to social progress is for those with disability to be able to enjoy a place in society where they can feel at ease in their own skin, and GTXO’s commitment to providing tracking and monitoring solutions, ranging from wearables like its SmartSoles to standalone GPS devices and digital platforms like the company’s Track My Workforce iOS and Android apps, goes a long way toward realizing this end. The way in which all three of these product vectors report in real-time to the company’s proprietary internet of things GTX tracking platform, which can be accessed by any internet-connected device using GTXO’s Smart Locator app, is fundamental to how GTXO’s technologies can and are helping to shape a more cohesive, situational-aware, and therefore tolerant society.

The reality of this is evident from the recent mutual referral deal signed between GTXO and COPsync (NASDAQ: COYN), who are both at the forefront of the location-based services market with real-time situational awareness platforms. COPsync is well-known to law enforcement as the only show in town when it comes to real-time, in-car information sharing, a powerful capability made possible by COPsync’s SaaS-based COPsync Network™. Both companies are focused on location-based services and real-time information sharing for keeping people safe and connected, the kind of capabilities whose existence within a community promotes overall social cohesion.

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Stands to Gain from Surge in Millennial Home Buying Trend

The comeback of the housing market sees an increase in new owners and investors looking to make a sizable income while owning their own businesses. The company behind the ‘Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage’, eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI), can attest to this growth with its 96% agent increase in 2015. The company, a full-service real estate brokerage that offers 24/7 access to tools, training, and information through a 3D cloud office environment, has become one of the fastest growing real estate brands in North America.

According to its president, Jason Gesing, the reason for this attraction stems from an entrepreneurial desire to own a business. The agents and brokers at eXp World Holdings are all shareholders, which means they can operate their businesses within a solid and successful framework. Adding to the attraction are the cloud-based resources provided by the company, which save money and time while engaging a wider internet audience than traditional brick and mortar offices.

Millennials, or people born between the 80s and early 90s, make up a huge portion of this internet audience. These millennials also make up the largest share of first time buyers at 68% and primarily want to purchase their first homes as the market returns. More and more young people will begin actively searching for homes throughout 2016. Since this generation relies heavily on the internet for researching and communicating, real estate brokerages should invest in accessible websites and social media to further market themselves.

eXp Holdings and its cloud-based platform offers easy access to properties and brokers so home buyers can make the most informed decisions. Catering to the needs of an internet savvy generation sets the stage for a booming year in real estate. eXp Holdings aims to continue its impressive climb by perfecting its resources and attracting more agents.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO): An Industry Leader in Innovative Products for Pets

The pet industry is constantly changing and calling for companies that can adapt to its advances. At the Ohio-based OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO), one of management’s main goals is to unveil, every year, new products that improve the health, safety, comfort and enjoyment of pets. OurPet’s has always been an innovator in the pet industry, and, by concentrating on creating products that satisfy a pet’s instinctive needs, the company supports and intensifies the pet and pet parent bond, creating harmony in the home.

OurPet’s research and development team has been working diligently on new offerings over the course of the past year, and the company has been building off of this momentum. Last month, OurPet’s introduced another new product line that has the potential to be among the most innovative in the company’s history. It joined thousands of exhibitors in launching new products at the Global Pet Expo, the pet industry’s largest trade show. Among the products that debuted were OurPet’s:

  • Intelligent Pet Care™, industry’s first complete smart-lifestyle product line;
  • OurPets® Kitty Potty™, a unique feline waste removal system;
  • Flappy®, a new generation of dog toys;
  • OurPets® Whirling Wiggler™, a spinning cat toy; and
  • Collection of stainless steel pet feeding solutions.

Intelligent Pet Care™
By bringing easy-to-use technology into everyday pet care, the Intelligent Pet Care™ products are changing the face of traditional waste management systems, pet feeders and pet water systems by adding the ability of monitoring pets’ behaviors through a smartphone app.

OurPets® Kitty Potty™
OurPets® Kitty Potty™ is an inventive waste removal system that caters to a cat’s natural elimination instincts and serves as an unprecedented training tool to “potty train” kittens. Felines deposit waste in a hole, strategically placed in the middle of the unit. Surrounding the hole is litter which allows the cat to instinctively cover, but never touch its waste or track bacteria through the home. With its easy, no-touch cleanup, pet owners do not come in contact with waste either.

Flappy® Dog Toys
The company’s new generation of Flappy® toys quench a dog’s instinctive need to carry prey in its mouth. Designed to recreate the hunting experience, the Flappy® toy’s body is made of sturdy material that is still soft enough to be chewed. The distinctive texture of the dental tips and ridges also helps clean the dog’s teeth and massage its gums.

OurPets® Whirling Wiggler™
Designed to indulge a cat’s inner hunter, the Whirling Wiggler Spinner Toy allows cats to stalk and hunt in the safety of the home. The toy’s wire slider lets one change between two flight modes, chase and play. In chase mode (wire slider down), one butterfly flies freely while the other chases closely behind. In play mode (wire slider up), the butterflies fly in sync as they friskily flutter around the base of the toy.

Stainless Steel Feeding Solutions
With each solution catering to a particular set of pet feeding needs, OurPet’s has been updating its line of feeding solutions with new, stylish bowl designs; an adjustable raised feeder; a durable food scoop; and a 3-in-1 vented slow feed insert that fits in top selling bowls.

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Laguna Blends, Inc. (LAGBF) CEO Featured in Exclusive QualityStocks Interview

QualityStocks today announces the availability of a new audio interview with Stuart Gray, CEO and founder of Laguna Blends, Inc. (OTC: LAGBF) (CSE: LAG) (FRANKFURT: LB6A).

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Gray begins the interview by introducing Laguna as a network marketing company operating a growing base of independent affiliates to generate retail sales of a carefully selected line of products.

As he explains, Laguna is focused on the nutritional benefits of hemp, specifically on functional beverage products. The company’s network of independent affiliates currently market Caffe, a hemp-infused instant coffee product; and Pro369, a water soluble hemp protein powder.

Gray then describes his own 20-year background in investor relations, public relations and network marketing before discussing how the experience of several other members of Laguna’s leadership team contribute to the company’s initiatives.

Under this roster of professionals, Laguna reached a number of key milestones in 2015. Gray notes that the company finished the development of Caffe and Pro369, as well as the development of supporting technology and software; implemented two manufacturing partners in Canada; and organized shipping partners in the USA and Canada.

Since launching the business for its independent affiliates in March of this year, Gray says the company has experienced “astronomical” growth, attracting interest from all four corners of the United States and Canada. The company also launched its virtual 3D platform, Laguna World.

“That’s really what makes us unique in this industry — we’re the only ones in network marketing that offers this type of technology for their affiliates,” he says.

Looking ahead to the remainder of 2016, Gray says the company will continue to build on its achievements and expand its business in several arenas.

“We want to continue to attract affiliate leaders in the U.S. and Canada, and, in addition to that, grow the existing leadership that we already have… by doing so we’ll increase revenues. We’re going to continually innovate new products; we’re also going to expand the tools and technology for the affiliates; and in addition to that we’re going to introduce new training to help the affiliates be educated on how to build their businesses,” he concludes.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Helping Parents Teach Children Valuable Team Building Skills


Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (OTCQB: GIGL) is a family-friendly restaurant and playspace company that aims to teach children a variety of skills, including team building. GIGL started when Dorsa Parsi, co-founder of Giggle N’ Hugs, realized there was no restaurant that was both child and adult friendly. The inspiration came to build an environment where adults could enjoy a nice meal while children play and learn valuable skills through team building activities.

GIGL isn’t just about keeping kids busy while adults eat out. The company’s restaurants and playspaces offer more than just games. They provide a full-bodied, fun learning experience for children. Aside from monkey bars and jungle gyms, Giggles N’ Hugs offers a range of team building games that teach children valuable life lessons from a young age. Talented musicians can lead children in a group sing-along or entertain them with a good story. At the arts and crafts center, kids are encouraged to be creative and are guided by professional staff members. Activities are hosted every 30 minutes and revolve around teamwork and team building. These include scavenger hunts, kids karaoke, face painting, dance parties, arts & crafts, and much more.

According to a study by the Wisconsin Council on Children & Families, titled ‘Quality Matters: A Policy Brief Series on Early Care and Education’, children cultivate 85% of their intellect, personality and skills by the age of five. Building the right foundation from a young age is pivotal. Giggles N’ Hugs specializes in providing a safe, fun environment to teach children the social skills they need while also providing an organic menu that will work as a healthy source of energy. Many places provide child friendly menus. However, it is hard to find a menu that incorporates the nutritional ingredients that kids need to grow. GIGL makes kid-friendly meals without compromising on nutritional standards. The company uses pureed vegetables in its meals so that children can enjoy their favorite dishes while eating healthily.

Giggles N’ Hugs allows children to engage in non-stop play while adults can unwind in one of Los Angeles’s top family restaurants. GIGL’s restaurants are award winning, family oriented establishments. They have been voted the #1 Birthday Party Place in Los Angeles and Best Pizza in Los Angeles by Nickelodeon! The company has also earned awards for Best Indoor Playspace by Red Tricycle, and is listed as one of the Best Family & Kid-Friendly Restaurants by CitySearch and GoCityKids. In addition to GIGL being a fun, indoor space for children and adults to unwind, the menu is made up of certified organic ingredients that everyone can enjoy. This family friendly restaurant and playspace is the perfect location for everyone to share an educational, fun, life changing experience together.

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Agora Holdings, Inc. (AGHI) Maintains Its Mission of Developing High Quality Products that Help Businesses Move Forward

April 22, 2016

Agora Holdings, Inc. (OTC: AGHI), along with subsidiary Geegle Media, focuses on media and software applications. The company targets five business segments, including media networks, TV, studio entertainment, consumer products, and interactive media. Agora Holdings fuses together the best of media and technology to create memorable online entertainment experiences. Geegle Media primarily focuses on software development and media applications. For example, the subsidiary developed a successful Video on Demand platform for the United States, Canada, Russia, and Bulgaria. Recently, the company has been working on perfecting its FRAME social media software, which offers easy marketing solutions to consumers.

Enhancing FRAME, a social media management software used by businesses, public relations and investor relations agencies, gives consumers a fully integrated program that comes with ease and accessibility. The software allows companies to use a single dashboard to publish brand-related messages to all of their social media accounts. FRAME also includes a scheduled publishing capability that strategically releases content specific to a company’s agenda. Currently, FRAME developers are collecting information from users using a beta version in order to resolve any issues while also receiving feedback. The goal is to provide consumers with a user-friendly and reliable social media management system that guarantees customer engagement, making it a powerful marketing tool.

The FRAME software comes at a time when the social media industry is pertinent to any company’s marketing strategy. Businesses now understand that they need a social media presence to expand brand visibility. Social media also offers a way for business to know the wants, needs, and interests of their customers. With that, it improves customer service and communication with the rapid responsiveness indicative of the platform. Businesses not using social media stand to lose their online market to competitors. Agora Holdings and Geegle Media understand the role social media currently plays in marketing and therefore look forward to provide a product that maximizes exposure while monitoring customer engagement.

With the steady growth of social media making it a staple in the lives of customers, it’s advantageous for businesses to maintain a stronghold online. Agora Holdings provides a platform through which companies can take advantage while growing their brands. Furthermore, FRAME developers continue to upgrade and improve their software in congruence with the company’s values of delivering high quality, user-friendly products with integrity.

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