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QualityStocksNewsBreaks – ProBility Media Corp. (PBYA) Launches Joint Venture with Industrial3D Corp. to Develop Virtual Reality Education and Training Products

July 20, 2017

EdTech innovator ProBility Media (OTCQB: PBYA) is venturing into the virtual reality realm through a new joint venture with Industrial3D Corp. ProBility Immersive Technologies will create virtual reality and interactive media content designed specifically for education and training purposes. With the joint venture, ProBility’s IP library encompasses over 200 animations applicable to industries it already serves while enabling the company to offer expanded subscription services to employers for training and education in the energy and industrial sectors for the first time.

“Through our acquisition and partnership strategy, ProBility now offers a comprehensive suite of career training, career advancement and compliance tools for over 60 skilled trades. With the aggressive push from the current administration for an expansive apprenticeship program, ProBility is well positioned to benefit from the resulting expected upturn in the markets we serve. The joint venture with Industrial3D will add to and enhance our innovative proprietary technology solutions, including Virtual Reality, Digital Simulation and now 3D Imaging, as we continue to efficiently train students and prepare to meet increasing demand for our services,” ProBility chairman and CEO Evan Levine stated in the news release.

To view the full press release, visit: http://dtn.fm/vuvL8

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About ProBility Media Corp.
ProBility Media Corp. is an EdTech company building the first full-service training and career advancement brand for the skilled trades. Through its divisions Brown Technical Media Corp., Brown Technical Publications Inc., Brown Book Shop, Inc., National Electrical Wholesale Providers, W Marketing, One Exam Prep, LLC, ProBility Safety Academy and its partnership with Globalsim Inc., ProBility is executing a disruptive strategy of defragmenting the skilled trades training market place by offering high quality training courses and materials and preparing the workforce for excellence. ProBility services customers from the tradesman to the small business to the enterprise level corporation.

For more information, visit http://www.ProBilityIT.com, http://www.ProBilityVRware.com,  and ProBilityMedia.com

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Dominovas Energy Corporation (DNRG) Recaps Second Visit to University of Johannesburg to Prepare for RUBICON™ Deployment

September 1, 2016

Dominovas Energy (OTCQB: DNRG) this week provided additional details of its recent visit to the University of Johannesburg, the company’s second visit to the site as it continues to work toward delivery of its RUBICON™ Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) technology in Africa.

With this second trip, Dominovas Energy was able to get specific measurements for the site on which the RUBICON™ showcase will be deployed. The delegation was led by Dominovas Energy’s chairman and CEO, Neal Allen, who is personally managing the installation of the technology. Allen was joined by Professor Tien Chien Jen, the University’s director of Manufacturing Research Centre in the Department of Mechanical Engineering Science, as well as Dr. Pat Naidoo, associate professor of electrical power engineering at the Durban University of Technology (http://nnw.fm/qZ1Cv), non-executive member of ESKOM’s board of directors (http://nnw.fm/ykW11), and senior member of IEEE. This leadership team was assisted by members of Dominovas Energy’s staff, along with key staff members of the University of Johannesburg.

Other initiatives for the trip included the inspection of existing infrastructure at the University to determine if and what other resources are needed to support the installation; and discussion of steps needed to develop the Institute for Hydrogen Fuel Cell Technology, a collaborative venture between Dominovas Energy and the University of Johannesburg expected to enable advancement of the study of fuel cell technology in and for the entire sub-Saharan region.

“This is a very exciting time for the Company and for me personally to realize the physical, on the ground steps for the ‘showcase’ installation. With boots on the ground, I have a deep appreciation for the amount of logistics in this entire undertaking. It has been quite an exercise, but I am thrilled seeing it take shape,” says Dominovas Energy’s managing director for Africa, Kreneshen Moodley.

The RUBICON™ “Showcase” is a first step in Dominovas Energy’s ultimate goal to deliver its one-of-a-kind multi-megawatt system to the region, as the engineering effort continues for the presentation of the first system in 2017.

Dominovas Energy employs its proprietary RUBICON™ technology for deployment in multi-megawatt power generation units worldwide. Unlike wind and solar solutions, the RUBICON™ provides baseload power 24/7/365 days a year. By manufacturing and deploying the RUBICON™ throughout of the world, Dominovas Energy is committed to creating shareholder value by not only generating guaranteed revenue streams, but also by increasing the value of “human and community capital.” The company strongly believes in the impact this singularly advanced technology will make on the world and is resolute in its mission to provide electricity where and when economically viable.

For more information on Dominovas Energy, as well as pictures of the second site visit, go to www.dominovasenergy.com

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Monaker Group (MKGI) Gains Exposure to more than 1 Million Companies Worldwide

August 31, 2016

Monaker Group (OTCQB: MKGI), a technology-driven travel company focused on the alternative lodging rental (ALR) market, this morning announced that it has expanded its initial, previously announced agreement with Recruiter.com.

Under the new agreement, Monaker is now the exclusive provider of travel services to Recruiter.com. The new agreement includes weekly marketing access for select Monaker travel products and services to Recruiter’s customer base of more than 3 million customers, many of which are senior corporate executives. The company said that the approved members, followers, and their respective companies should give Monaker and all its travel related products and inventory meaningful exposure to the decision makers at over 1 million companies worldwide.

Monaker will offer travel products and services, including ALR rentals for short-term business travel, along with temporary relocation needs, concierge services for executives, convention travel assistance, and vacation travel needs.

“This agreement and partnership will allow us to distinguish ourselves in the industry by supporting our clients and followers with needed travel products like premium home rentals and concierge services assisting them in business travel,” Miles Jennings, chief executive officer at Recruiter.com, stated in the news release.

Monaker chairman and Chief Executive Officer Bill Kerby added that the extended agreement opens doors for enhanced communication with industry decision makers.

“Broadening the agreement with Recruiter.com provides Monaker a great marketing tool for awareness of our platforms, inventory and travel products. This allows us a means to communicate and access key decision makers with our relevant and real-time alternative lodging solutions and services for business and vacation travel,” he said.

For more information, visit www.MonakerGroup.com

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eXp World Holdings, Inc. (EXPI) Brokerage Division Tops 1,600 Agents

Things are looking good for eXp World Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB: EXPI). Spearheaded by its unique real estate brokerage division, eXp Realty, the company has been reporting steady growth over the past few months and is showing no signs of slowing down. August in particular seems to have been an exceptional month for the company, as it reported record revenue in the first two quarters and an impressive increase in its brokerage agent base, surpassing the 1,500 agent milestone for the first time.

The growth didn’t stop there; eXp Realty management recently announced that its Agent-Owned Cloud Brokerage™ welcomed 160 new members in August, bringing its total number of agents to over 1,630, eXp Realty director of Cloud Leadership & Growth David Gagnon said during an online leadership meeting of the brokerage on August 26.

Along with its agent base increase, the brokerage has been steadily expanding its coverage and now serves a total of 41 states, the District of Columbia and Alberta, Canada. The newest addition to its network of real estate professionals is Alaska, where operations began on August 19.

eXp World Holdings’ steady growth and record revenue of more than $13 million in the second quarter of 2016 have also prompted the Fundamental Research Corp. to update its analysis of the company. The independent research group that specializes in the microcap and small-cap sectors highlighted eXp World Holdings’ strong financial performance and growth and now anticipates a higher overall revenue for both 2016 and 2017. Compared to its April report, the group upped its forecast for 2016 to $48 million from $40 million and for 2017, for $82 million from $72 million.

The company largely owes its success and record figures to the innovative model of real estate brokerage proposed by eXp Realty. Unlike most competitors that still concentrate their activity around a brick and mortar office, eXp Realty describes itself as a brokerage that heavily relies on cloud technologies and the Internet to build an online community of real estate professionals.

Members work in a cloud office environment which allows them round-the-clock access to training features, collaborative tools and socialization methods to help them share their knowledge and experience and build an efficient strategy together. Even leadership meetings are held online in a virtual reality space where each attending management member has an avatar.

The platform allows agents and brokers to provide more efficient services to consumers and increase their profits with a lower risk. Members also benefit from revenue sharing programs and the opportunity of earning equity in exchange for valued contributions to company growth.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.eXpWorldHoldings.com

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With Hemp-based Drinks, Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (LB6A.F) is Strongly Rooted in Functional Beverages Market

If you plan to visit Laguna Beach in Orange County, California, to attend the Food & Wine Pairing Dinner on September 1, 2016, you may not be aware that the area is associated with culinary delights other than vino. Located midway between Los Angeles and San Diego, and stretching for over seven miles, Laguna Beach has lent its name to Laguna Blends, Inc. (CSE: LAG) (OTC: LAGBF) (LB6A.F), a network marketing company with products based on the nutritional health benefits derived from hemp. Just like wine, the consumption of hemp beverages is still an avant-garde pursuit. Nevertheless, its management team aims to make Laguna Blends a household name throughout North America within five years. In a recent conference call (http://nnw.fm/Ohrq0), CEO Stuart Gray and President Ray Grimm Jr. discuss the founding of Laguna Blends and its future prospects.

Gray founded Laguna Blends because, convinced of the health benefits of hemp, he discovered that there was a great deal of confusion and misunderstanding surrounding its properties. There was an obvious business opportunity in offering hemp-based ‘functional beverages’ to health-conscious consumers, but this was not a product you could simply display on grocery shelves. When hemp is mentioned, most people imagine dark seedy backstreet hideaways, similar to opium dens. Gray decided that consumers needed information that not only instructed about the benefits of hemp, but also dispelled the myths about the plant.

Hemp, like marijuana, is a variety of cannabis sativa and, consequently, is labeled with all the negativities associated with marijuana. However, hemp contains much less of the psychoactive ingredient, tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), than does marijuana. Both marijuana and hemp contain not just THC but cannabidiol (CBD), which acts antagonistically toward THC. In marijuana, it’s THC that gets the upper hand; in hemp, it’s CBD that wins. Ingesting hemp won’t get you high but it will get you healthy.

Hempseed typically contains over 30% oil and about 25% protein, with considerable amounts of dietary fiber, vitamins and minerals. Hempseed also has over 80% in polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), and is an exceptionally rich source of the two essential fatty acids (EFAs) linoleic acid and alpha-linolenic acid. These two fatty acids are ‘essential’ since the human body cannot produce them. We can only get them from what we eat. These two essential fatty acids are used to build more complex fats called omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids which, when taken in adequate amounts, lower the risk of cardiovascular diseases.

Fortunately, Gray’s background in network marketing had shown him how effective direct sales can be as an educational tool. He was introduced to network marketing when just 19 and rose to become the second highest producer in the company after just 18 months. He went on to a very successful business career spanning over 20 years, during which time he founded several highly successful media and promotional related companies. In addition, Gray has acted as a consultant to over 120 public and private companies.

Leveraging this expertise, Gray has built Laguna Blends as a multi-level marketing company that currently markets two hemp-based functional beverages. A ‘functional beverage’ is a non-alcoholic drink that caters to a specific need or health requirement. The segment is best known for its energy drinks. Due to the maturity of the carbonated soft drink sector, functional beverages have become the fastest growing segment of the beverage market.

Laguna’s flagship product is Caffe Protein Coffee which ‘is loaded in proteins: both whey and hemp.’ The other is Pro369, which combines HempOmega®, Hemp Protein and Ginseng and comes in four delicious flavors: Vanilla Caramel, Tropical Fruit, Mixed Berry and Chocolate Banana.

For more information, visit www.lagunablends.com

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How Monaker Group, Inc. (MKGI) is Helping Define the Future of Creative Travel

The travel and tourist industry is one of the largest industries in the world, with a global annual contribution in the trillions of dollars according to Statista (http://nnw.fm/xQ1DT). Solely considering international travel, there are over a billion international tourist arrivals worldwide each year.  People book their accommodation according to price, ratings, previous experiences, and other parameters, and the type of travel varies widely, from high-end to low.

This leads us to the topic of backpacking. Backpacking was often considered a form of hiking or camping holiday. Today, it is one of the trendiest ways to travel among people of all ages. With this rising trend comes the advent of new forms of backpacking such as “flashpacking” and “poshpacking.” These terms are used for the more affluent backpackers who do not necessarily need to travel on a small budget but still choose the freedom attached to this form of travel.

Thanks to the evolution of technology, more and more people are traveling light without having to give up comfort. The world of the digital nomad is here and the travel industry is gearing up to capitalize on these emerging trends. In recent years, companies have increased the technological interaction with their consumers making everything more accessible online.

Aside from the rise of technology, different levels of backpacking have become more accessible thanks to the introduction of cheaper flights, trains, buses, hotels, hostels and dining opportunities. These are marketed online to budget travelers and often include the option to make all-inclusive bookings through one platform. To the new-age flashpacker, it’s becoming a way of life. Travelers today are not isolated. They are followed by a digital world full of tools.

According to The Future of Backpacking by Ferda Van Vaals (http://nnw.fm/zkmS4), some of the new characteristics expected by 2030 include infrastructure expansion, greater tourist mobility, and growing global tourism and destinations. In other words, the world will continue to become more accessible, and more people will value experience rather than just material possessions.

Who makes such expanding ease of travel possible? Today there are thousands of travel agencies, both online and in-shop, in millions of locations. Online travel agencies are making travel more accessible thanks to the options to book flights, accommodation, and other factors through the Internet. However, backpackers today want more. Travel agencies are reigning in and offering all-inclusive booking facilities online, making the booking process, easier, quicker and often cheaper.

Monaker Group, Inc. (OTCQB: MKGI) is a technology travel company on the leading edge of these ever-changing holiday booking trends. The company is made up of multiple divisions and brands offering a real-time booking engine featuring a wider and creative range of lodgings for a variety of backpackers, flashpackers, and holiday makers. In addition to this, the company allows consumers to book from an array of airlines, hotels, cruises, rental cars, tours, and much more.

The company’s flagship brand, NextTrip.com, is the industry’s first and only real-time booking engine that features alternative lodging (vacation home rentals, resort residences and unused timeshare inventory), as well as a full selection of airlines, hotels, cruises, rental cars, tours and concierge services. These features are combined into a single, easy-to-use platform that gives travelers complete real-time control when planning and booking their vacations.

Most NextTrip listings are in desirable locations in the U.S., the EU and the Caribbean with about 20% exclusive listings, and the company anticipates rapid exclusive listing growth because of its competitive edge, proprietary solutions, and interest in strategic partnerships and acquisitions, in addition to new travel trends.

The company recently launched its own Monaker Booking Engine and Premium Service for property owners, opening its offerings up to an even broader variety of consumers.

For more information, visit www.MonakerGroup.com

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Vycor Medical (VYCO) is “One to Watch”

August 30, 2016

Vycor Medical (OTCQB: VYCO) provides the medical world with new, unique therapeutics, neurosurgical and neurotherapeutic solutions. The company designs, manufactures and sells FDA-cleared medical devices alongside its computer-based light simulation therapies for the visibly impaired resulting from neurological trauma such as strokes. Vycor Medical is made up of a range of therapies and systems including: the ViewSite Brain Access System (VBAS), the NovaVision Restoration Therapy (VRT), the Sight Science Neuro-Eye Therapy (NeET), and the NovaVision NeuroEyeCoach (NEC).

Vycor Medical is committed to providing the best solutions and therapies in the market, with the aim of making neurosurgical brain, spinal and surgical procedures safer and more effective. All of the company’s products are built with one core goal in mind: increased safety. To do this, each product has been designed to optimize site access, reduce risks for patients, speed up the recovery process, and to add value and quality to the medical world.

Most recently, Vycor Medical reported its financial results for the three and six months ended June 30, 2016. The company’s revenue for the first quarter of this year was $379,000, up from $286,000 during the same period of 2015. Revenue for the Vycor division was also up by over 50%, and reports of patients starting NovaVision therapy were also up by more than 50% compared to 2015. The company reported expenditures to be 59% lower than in 2015 and non-GAAP net loss was nearly a quarter of the amount in 2015.

Vycor Medical’s revenues for the six months before June 30, 2016, were up by more than $150,000 compared to 2015. Revenues for the Vycor division and new patient starts in NovaVision were both up by more than 40%. Expenditures for the company were halved compared to 2015, as was the non-GAAP net loss. The company plans to continue growing its two businesses while maintaining low costs, with Vycor Medical decreasing expenditures and focusing its NovaVision attention on a direct-to-patient website and social media efforts.

For more information, visit www.vycormedical.com

Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL) Driving Children toward a Better Understanding of Nutrition

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Recent news has highlighted how obesity in children has doubled in the last three decades. Children are being fed the wrong foods largely because they tend to choose foods based upon taste and appearance rather than nutrition. In recent weeks, a number of studies have come out highlighting the impact of our modern world on children’s relationship with food.

A recent article at Parent Herald (http://nnw.fm/U8fVw) entitled, “Children Nutrition: Food Commercials Influence Children’s Choice of Food,” covers the impact that mass media has on children and their eating habits. Dr. Amanda Bruce and researchers from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and the University of Kansas Medical Center shine a light on the fact that children choose for taste rather than nutrition. In association with this, according to Dr. Bruce’s research, commercials have a significant and negative influence on food choices children make.

But how can we make children’s nutrition more important to them? News Medical (http://nnw.fm/5hACN) recently announced the release of an innovative board game that helps improve nutrition and health in young people. The game has been developed by Focus Games Ltd. and Foodtalk CIC (pediatric dietitians) in order to educate children aged 1 to 5 about health and nutrition. They aren’t the only people fighting a growing battle for the health of children, however; others are going toward a movement where nutrition and taste and fun and education are unified.

Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) came to light when Dorsa Parsi, co-founder of Giggles N’ Hugs restaurants, couldn’t find an eating establishment that catered to children and adults equally. At most restaurants, aside from the lack of children-sized utensils and chairs, children’s menus were often greasy and unhealthy. She said: “I also hated the fact that all the ‘kid friendly’ foods were made with artificial cheese or potatoes. Having a very picky eater, I came up with very creative ways to have her get her veggies. I always pureed cauliflower in her fettuccine alfredo and squash in her mac n’ cheese. I always made homemade pizza with pureed spinach in her pizza sauce. She never knew she ate her veggies every day, but going out to dinner meant NO veggies!

Parsi started Giggles N’ Hugs with the aim of providing a healthy restaurant that was both child and adult friendly. The menu includes not only child-friendly meals packed with goodness, teaching children how good taste and health are not mutually exclusive, but also the opportunity for children to connect it all with a fun place to play. Giggles N’ Hugs now has two locations with a strategic expansion plan in place to expand to Asia, Europe, Australia, Latin America, and the Middle East.

For more information, visit www.gigglesnhugs.com

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) Moxian+ Platform Stands Toe-to-Toe with Sector Majors in Burgeoning Chinese O2O Market

China’s burgeoning O2O (online-to-offline) market has shown us quantifiably robust growth vectors, undergirded by the most attractive baseline metrics of any such market on the planet. Chinese vice minister of Industry and IT, Chen Zhaoxiong, told crowds at the Internet Society of China’s 2016 China Internet Conference in June that the number of 4G users in China is more than 530 million as of Q1, more than the U.S. and Europe put together. China’s Internet economy was valued at roughly $171 billion last year, while the O2O services segment was estimated by iResearch Consulting Group at approximately $68.71 billion, up 27.7 percent compared to 2015 (http://nnw.fm/95lTR).

While there are some big players currently dominating the market, there is plenty of room left at the margins for thriving localized networks, a phenomena which echoes the internal dynamics of the O2O space itself. Before taking a look at some of the major players, it is worth noting an up and comer like Shenzhen-based Moxian, Inc. (OTCQB: MOXC), which has a market cap under $400 million and yet has put together an extremely compelling, integrated O2O platform known as Moxian+.

Half of the company’s 170 or so employees are R&D people and its CTO is the same Dr. Ng Kek Wee whose Oracle and IBM award-winning consulting startup was acquired by Pactera (formerly NASDAQ: PACT), which was itself taken private after acquisition by Blackstone Group (NYSE: BX).

Needless to say, the Moxian+ User and Moxian+ Business architectures/apps are brilliantly designed given their origins in a tech hotbed like Moxian. The architectures come complete with big data-driven social CRM (customer relationship management), engagement gamification/actual games, and even a proprietary/platform-specific digital currency (MO-Points and MO-Coins) for merchant driven reward redemptions. Moxian+ Business is where the real meat is though, offering comprehensive business intelligence analytics, demographic profiling insights, easy to setup customer engagement/loyalty programs, and ubiquitous advertising capabilities.

A projected 20 percent CAGR is easily understandable for the O2O space in China, with restaurants and food delivery being the narrow end of the transformational wedge. And with online retail currently around 13 percent of the overall retail space as of early this year, in what is the world’s largest ecommerce market ($589 billion), it is little wonder that one of the biggest internet companies on earth, Chinese operator Tencent (OTC: TCEHY; TCTZF), continues to hammer out its own O2O footprint with gusto.

A strategic investment in indoor mapping company Sensewhere, to license its indoor positioning software for Tencent Maps, was a clear move by Tencent to jockey for position with Baidu’s (NASDAQ: BIDU) Baidu Maps (shows group-buying deals from its Nuomi platform), and taxi/restaurant finding marvel AutoNavi, which is majority-owned by the Chinese version of Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN), Alibaba (NYSE: BABA).

Alibaba’s $483 million investment last year in its Koubei JV, aimed at unifying its footprint in fast local delivery with its growing O2O presence, is a very clear signal to investors from China’s ecommerce king about the future of the country’s O2O market. There is a big opportunity here for investors to lay down some territory of their own, especially when you consider events like the $18 billion Meituan-Dianping valuation in January for China’s biggest group deals site, which laid claim to the title of the largest ever single funding round ($3.3 billion) for any VC internet startup in the country’s history.

Tying together the increasingly dominant mobile user with local brick and mortar businesses is a recipe for success in China for a savvy developer like Moxian, whose Moxian+ platform not only allows merchants to more easily/readily engage potential/returning customers, but which was born of the same robust cloud service technology that proved good enough for financial institutions and major corporations.

Delivering enterprise-class capabilities to the broadest possible merchant market should keep MOXC well in the running, even as sector majors gobble up the largest pieces of the pie. It is worth noting that this level of capability made it easy for MOXC to recently secure an exclusive reseller agreement with Xinhua New Media for gaming industry ad space, a deal that puts Moxian’s platform and digital currency front and center, before a growing Xinhua New Media App user base of over 110 million users (over 10 million active per day).

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.Moxian.com

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Wild Cat OurPet’s Company (OPCO) is No Dog

August 29, 2016

OurPet’s Company (OTCQX: OPCO) may serve both cats and dogs with its innovative range of pet care solutions. However, the company itself is most definitely not a dog, as defined in the Boston Consulting Group’s (BCG) Growth Share Matrix. Rather, it’s a wild cat that has been churning out a string of ingenious pet care products. If OurPet’s Company keeps up its wild ways, there is the distinct possibility it may morph into a star.

Back in the early 1970s, BCG developed the Growth-Share Matrix as a portfolio-planning tool. BCG assessed each business unit within a company’s portfolio, taking into account two determinants of profitability: market growth and market share relative to the largest competitor. Market growth gives some indication of the unit’s future prospects while relative market share is a sign of competitive advantage. Mapping a business unit to a cell in the matrix thus helps determine whether the unit would be a net user or contributor of cash and whether the portfolio decision should be develop, maintain or dispose.

The Growth-Share Matrix classified business units into four types: dogs, cash cows, stars, and question marks or wild cats. Dogs neither generate nor consume a large amount of cash since they have low market share and a low growth rate. Cash cows are net contributors of cash. They are typically leaders in a mature market, providing a return on assets that is greater than the market growth rate. Stars generate a lot of cash but tend to use it all up because of their high growth rate. Wild cats are businesses that are growing rapidly and so require large cash infusions.

There is every indication that OurPet’s Company is a wild cat on its way to become a star. The company has been growing at an annually compounded rate of over 6% – twice the industry rate. Focusing on high-growth categories in the pet care industry, OurPet’s Company’s very first product was the Big Dog Feeder® in the $100 million per annum healthy feeding and storage systems segment. This product line now extends over 81 SKUs that include the Store-N-Feed® Single Adjustable Feeder, the SmartLinkTM Feeder – Intelligent Pet Bowl and the SmartLinkTM Waterer – Intelligent Water Fountain.

OurPet’s Company is also in the $250 million a year feline waste and odor control market with its OurPets® Skoop-N-Pak, OurPets® Pick-Up Bags and its ground-breaking OurPets® Switchgrass Natural Cat Litter with Biochar. And the company is tackling the $1 billion a year segment of interactive cat and dog toys and accessories with a host of clever products. This product line uses Blue Tooth and Wi-Fi communication technologies so our beloved pets can “talk” to us; the line includes the amazing OurPets® Catty Whack® and the Intelligent Pet Care® line of products.

OurPet’s Company has a robust pipeline of some 160 patents issued and or pending. It also has a strong diversified product portfolio of about 1,000 SKUs. The company is particularly focused on finding solutions to the pathologies that accompany aging in pets. It deserves a star for that.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ourpets.com.

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New Jersey Mining Company (NJMC) Opens Golden Chest in 2015

November 24, 2015

Idaho-based New Jersey Mining Company (NJMC) built and is the majority-owner and operator of a fully-permitted, recently upgraded, 360-tonne per day flotation mill and concentrate leach plant. The company is manager and 47.88-percent owner of Golden Chest LLC, which owns the Golden Chest Mine, a historic lode gold producer on patented claims near Murray, Idaho. NJMC recently signed an Option to Purchase Agreement, giving it the right to acquire the remaining interest in Golden Chest.

In its recent 10Q filing, NJMC reported revenue of $603,057 and $1,866,421 for the three- and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2015, a steep increase compared to $6,229 and $6,368 for the comparable periods of 2014. Net income of $120,087 for the three-month period and net loss of $17,953 for the nine-month period also mark an improvement over the prior year periods, as compared to a three-month net loss of $371,632 and nine-month net loss of $934,632. The company attributes the 2015 revenue and income to the Golden Chest Mine.

Earlier this month NJMC announced that it has commissioned data compilation and scoping studies of the Golden Chest Mine. This follows the September termination of the company’s partnership with Juniper Resources LLC, in which Juniper forfeit the remaining mineralized material and mine infrastructure of the Skookum Shoot back to Golden Chest LLC. At the time, NJMC said it would continue to process Golden Chest ore at its New Jersey Mill through stockpile depletion.

Though NJMC currently has no additional candidate projects for milling production, it is moving forward with business development and exploration to generate future mill feed for the New Jersey Mill. These plans call for an analysis of continuing the Golden Chest production with NJMC as the operator.

The aforementioned scoping study is focused on near-mine mineralization, including areas that were included in the Juniper mine plan but were not mined, as well as other accessible, drill-tested areas. NJMC intends to use the data to develop a small-scale mining plan, with a production target of 2,000 to 3,000 tons of ore per month, processed at the New Jersey Mill.

In a letter to shareholders, dated November 4, 2015, NJMC President John Swallow addressed the benefits of the company’s current position, in part saying:

“As part of our base building and focus on cash flow, we intend to exercise our recently acquired Option within the next few weeks, securing ownership of the Golden Chest Mine and greater control of our own destiny, embracing the opportunities and the challenges that come with it.

“Juniper and Small Mine Development did a great job of developing the mine, leaving a high-quality platform for us to build upon, including a tremendous amount of data and knowledge and an area of potential ore already blocked out.

“The road ahead… We are evaluating three possible paths. With the addition of the Golden Chest Mine to our New Jersey Mill asset base, we could obviously go into “care and maintenance” mode until market conditions improve. Or we could bring in a partner and joint venture the advancement of the mine. However, our preferred path is to evaluate the possibility of going into small-scale production ourselves, and that process is currently underway.”

Moving forward, NJMC has a newly developed mine, a recently operating mill, and district scale exploration potential, which could provide a nice level of optionality for its investors.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.newjerseymining.com

Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) – Delphi Capacity Key to Meeting Demand for American-Made Fuel Cell Tech

September 2, 2015

Dominovas Energy (OTC:DNRG) emerged as a publicly traded entity only 18 months ago, formed through the absorption of Western Standard Energy. Since then the company’s mandate has been enormous, with management wrangling everything from public trading regulatory requirements and market-facing investor transparency, to the continuation of an ongoing sales effort that stretches back to the earliest days of Dominovas as a private company. The procedural development of key OEM partnerships, vital to logistical throughput for the company’s RUBICON™ SOFC (solid oxide fuel cell) system, has also been secured.

This last point is key, as Dominovas is currently preparing for Q4 2016 deployment of its revolutionary SOFC clean energy solution, as per the multi-year, guaranteed power provider agreement with the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), facilitated by Dominovas being a Power Africa initiative (USAID) partner. Power Africa looks to bring 60 million new connections and 30,000 megawatts of advanced, cleaner energy technologies online in order to power the continent and increase overall access to power. The initiative has a whopping $20 billion in private sector commitments behind it from over 100 partners, leveraged by $7 billion from the U.S., as well as $9 billion from other entities such as the World Bank Group.

With 4,100 MW expected from already closed transactions, Power Africa is the tip of the spear in brining next-gen energy tech to Africa, and Dominovas is on the line to provide 206 MW of the overall target to the DRC using its proprietary RUBICON fuel cell technology. Able to operate from a wide variety of fuel types, which can range from hydrocarbon fuels, to bio-derived fuels and even pure hydrogen (the most efficient source), RUBICON also does internal reforming of hydrocarbons, helping to avoid coking and sulfur poisoning problems. And because the high temperatures of RUBICON SOFC technology also offers premium kinetics with nonprecious materials like nickel, there is abundant high-quality waste heat for co-gen.

With the abundance of remote locations throughout Africa in need of power, such efficient, fuel-flexible, modular and scalable systems as the RUBICON will continue to find fast favor among local governments and private sector operators. Especially considering the unit’s ability to be dropped in right next to the end-user(s) and thus eliminate high-cost infrastructure such as transmission lines and transformers, as well as drastically reducing associated security risks to such remote infrastructure. Add to these significant benefits the unit’s ability to do co-generation and you have an extremely approachable solution that is directly accessible via Power Africa for multiple other regions across the continent.

The company’s recent tour of sub-Saharan Africa – where key personnel discussed ongoing and prospective RUBICON deployments, meeting and shaking hands across the DRC, Mozambique and South Africa – was a huge success, with the auspices of Power Africa opening many doors for Dominovas. Management was quite taken with just how receptive and motivated key private and public sector entities were when it came to embracing the RUBICION technology. With everyone from top sector operators to local government officials showing extraordinary enthusiasm when it came to getting their hands on such advanced fuel cell technology, in order to meet the growing needs of underlying populations. Dominovas also met with top Power Africa financial institution partners during the trip, discussing the best ways to ensure financing requirements are met when it comes to rolling out this technology across the continent as quickly as possible.

According to the company’s August 13 conference call, the current plan for the RUBICON is for the systems to be built in Michigan, in collaboration with Delphi Automotive subsidiary, Delphi Automotive Systems, where the capacity and expertise exists to easily ramp up for longer-term objectives and growth prospects. Demand could escalate very quickly after the initial deployments and thus, Dominovas has also secured an engagement with Pyrenees Investments, to act as the company’s investment bank and placement agent for the preparation of a $10 million private placement of common stock. This private placement is designed to facilitate the company’s transition into a full-fledged manufacturing and deployment operator, as well as compensate for the sheer demand that exists when it comes to scalable, cost-effective fuel cell technology like the RUBICON.

The DRC deployment is designed to provide power for around 200,000 homes, but with so many more people across Africa still in dire need of power, fuel-flexible and eminently scalable RUBICON systems could see rapid deployment anywhere and everywhere adequate fuel sources are, or to which fuel can be easily transported. The 206 MW project for DRC, which astonishingly represents roughly 10 percent of all the fuel cells that have ever been built, is just the beginning of the story for Dominovas, and in order to meet the potential demand it will be vital for Dominovas to maintain a close working relationship with proven automotive manufacturer Delphi. Delphi has the capacity, combined with DNRG’s own fuel cell division, to meet not only the 206 MW required by the DRC, but many megawatts of subsequent demand to come from other governments in Africa, and around the world.

It is a monumental time for the fuel cell sector and Dominovas’ assemblage of the capacity to deliver multi-megawatt deployments, a virtual industry first, as well as the company’s quickly established footprint in Africa, should give investors a moment of pause to reflect on what may be in store for not only Dominovas, but the energy sector as a whole. The company’s fuel cell tech and Distributed Energy Power System (DEPS) approach could transform established power markets dominated by utilities, with the same disruptive force as emerging energy markets like Africa, offering a scalable, modular alternative that can be tailored to both location and fuel sources.

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CannaVest Corporation (CANV) Making Waves in $35B Domestic Natural Product Sales Channel with PlusCBD™ Oil Products

CannaVest Corporation (OTCQB: CANV) develops, produces, markets and distributes raw oil and end-consumer products containing agricultural hemp-based compounds with a focus on cannabidiol (CBD). Through its flagship brand, PlusCBD Oil™, the company offers a growing line of products in a variety of delivery systems and flavors designed to suit customer preference and capitalize on rising demand. In recent months, CannaVest has made significant progress toward penetrating the $35 billion domestic natural products sales channel by partnering with established industry leading brokers. Since initiating this strategy in May, the company has secured placement of its products in more than 120 independent health food stores around the country.

“Our mission to mainstream hemp-derived CBD oil products is being achieved,” Michael Mona, Jr., president and chief executive officer of CannaVest, stated in a news release. “We have contracted with established industry leading brokers covering more than 50 percent of the U.S. and will soon have over 90 percent coverage.”

Last week, CannaVest built on this progress through the launch of CannaVest Europe™. This launch is expected to provide the company with an improved presence in viable international markets, as well as an opportunity to expand upon it existing commercial relationships. According to the European Industrial Hemp Association, European cultivation of hemp has climbed to record levels thus far in 2015, and rising global demand is expected to promote continued growth in the years to come. CannaVest’s newest division will allow it to establish robust supply relationships across the continent in order to better service the rising demand for hemp-derived products in the future.

As of its latest financial report, the company reported a strong cash balance of approximately $1.8 million with which to fund its ongoing expansion efforts. Despite recording a slight drop in sales during the second quarter of 2015, CannaVest’s initial penetration of the U.S. natural products sales channel and international expansion efforts are expected to clear the way for considerable growth in the months to come.

According to a report by research firm Companies and Markets, the cosmeceuticals market is forecast to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 9 percent through 2020, led by the rising popularity of hemp-based products. This strong market performance, along with the company’s aggressive expansion efforts, could allow CannaVest to achieve sustainable financial growth moving forward.

For more information, visit www.cannavest.com

Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) Announces Hybrid Business Model Targeting Thriving Legal Cannabis Cultivation Industry

September 1, 2015

Cherubim Interests, Inc. (OTC: CHIT), a development-stage alternative construction and real estate company, earlier this week introduced a new hybrid business model designed to maximize financial growth and shareholder returns in the months to come. Leveraging a proprietary plant cultivation technology for which the company currently holds an exclusive worldwide license, Cherubim plans to construct, deploy and lease scalable cultivation facilities for commercial use in viable markets around the country. Through this strategy, the company will effectively address the rising demand for grow space, as needed to accommodate the cultivation of cannabis and other plant species.

While Cherubim’s business model is similar in many ways to that of mini-storage operators, the company’s plan is specially designed to meet the needs of cultivation operators of all sizes. Using its unique single tenant ‘macro’ application, the company will provide a total cultivation solution – including land acquisition and development – to meet the specific needs of individual clients. Alternatively, the company plans to develop and open secured locations where multiple tenants can lease ‘micro’ solutions, effectively bridging the gap for first-time and experienced cultivators who may not have the capital resources to buy land, construct facilities or tenant-improve existing structures. In the future, Cherubim intends to expand upon this model in order to address other market needs.

“Even though we will first market test leasing units in the legal cannabis industry, there are many other practical applications for this technology,” Patrick Johnson, chief executive officer of Cherubim, stated in a news release. “Across the globe, massive food shortages exist due to extreme drought conditions and this application will serve this market niche as well in the future.”

Initially, Cherubim will look to utilize its innovative business model in order to capitalize on the thriving industrial real estate market in Colorado. As cannabis vendors scramble to secure ample warehouse space to house their legal cannabis cultivation ventures, demand for vacant space continues to outpace availability. According to market research, the current leasing rate in Denver has climbed to approximately $17 per square foot, which is nearly four times the national average. This market demand could provide a platform for rapid financial growth following the impending implementation of Cherubim’s updated strategy.

For prospective shareholders, the company’s newly announced hybrid business model makes it an intriguing investment opportunity moving forward. Look for Cherubim to capitalize on the marketability of its licensed year-round plant cultivation technology as it expands its market share in the nation’s thriving legal cannabis industry.

For more information, visit www.cherubiminterests.com

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Latitude 360, Inc. (LATX) Expansion Strategy Fueled by Consistent Draw from Ultimate Dining and Entertainment Destination Model

With the recent word that Latitude 360, Inc. (OTCQB: LATX), the ultimate dining and entertainment destination, is expanding beyond its already successful three-venue footprint consisting of locations in Indianapolis (75,000 square feet), Jacksonville (50,000 square feet) and Pittsburgh (65,000 square feet), as management agreements have been signed and a LOI has been issued, to take over and subsequently acquire three more locations in New York and Pennsylvania – the company is well on its way to successfully executing its aggressive expansion strategy, which has the company launching three locations per year over the next four years. Much like the previous venues – such as the company’s massive Latitude 360 located in the Clearwater Crossings Shopping Center on Indianapolis’ north side, in one of the city’s most vibrant commercial areas, with direct access to the Keystone office complex and nearby upscale Simon-owned Fashion Mall – these three new locations have been selected for being located in thriving areas, which offer exceptional customer demographics.

More importantly, this move by the company to acquire existing, established locations, two of which are currently being run as upscale bowling, dining and entertainment venues under Frank Entertainment’s Revolutions brand, saves Latitude 360 considerable time and expense over new location build-outs. Two of the new locations will be transitioned to the Latitude 360 brand and begin operating as such by Q4 2015, giving the company immediate access to the host markets for revenue generation, and thus accelerating LATX’s overall expansion timeline significantly. The company’s decision to close via an all-equity transaction will further allow LATX to conserve capital momentum, while still providing the company with rapid expansion of its compelling upscale casual dining and state-of-the-art entertainment model’s footprint.

Integration and managerial takeover of these new locations will be assisted by the anticipated launch of Latitude 360’s daily fantasy sports offering, 360 Fantasy Live, which lets players compete for real money across a wide selection of daily and weekly game modes, all with tight social network integration, customizable user profiles and other online features, like leaderboards and analytics. The recent partnership with hard-hitting fantasy sports gaming network, Major League Fantasy, has poised LATX to capitalize on the booming $26 billion dollar (aggregate spend) fantasy sports market and will help to both attract new clients to its locations, which feature several HD screens to watch the game on, as well as giving existing patrons an exciting new option to go along with the numerous other entertainment offerings already available at a Latitude 360.

And what a menu of offerings there is indeed. With everything from gourmet dining and a full bar, to luxury bowling and a state-of-the-art game room with video games and ticket redemption games, as well as a dine in movie theater and HD sports theater, Latitude 360 has something for everyone in the neighborhood. Latitude 360 even has live music and a dance floor, as well as live comedy shows, booked around some of the hottest local or national acts in music and comedy today. The facility’s multiple networked HD screens also make Latitude 360 a great place to plan an executive luncheon, or take clients out to show them the latest proposal. This concept, which packs nearly everything you could want under one roof – whether it’s a birthday party for the kids, a night out with friends, or an executive meeting – has been sweeping customers off their feet since the company’s initial location launch, and that’s why management is so intent on expanding rapidly into other choice markets.

Get in while the getting is good, visit the company’s website to learn more www.latitude360.com

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Growblox Sciences, Inc. (GBLX) Bolstering Staff as Subsidiary Prepares to Commence Cultivation Operations

Growblox Sciences, Inc. (OTCQB: GBLX) is rapidly approaching the impending commencement of cultivation operations through its majority-owned subsidiary, GB Sciences Nevada, LLC. As a result, the company has turned much of its attention in recent weeks toward transitioning from an engineering intensive development stage to the day-to-day operations related to the production and branding of its innovative products. Among these efforts, Growblox has made significant progress in beefing up its staff to meet the increased demands of production efforts while simultaneously promoting sustainable revenue growth.

In July, the company announced the hiring of John Poss as a consultant. Poss brings more than 15 years of consulting experience to the Growblox team, as well as the knowledge gained from operating as a CEO, COO, CFO and CTO of both public and private firms with sales of up to $450 million. In August, the company built upon this relationship by appointing Poss as its new chief financial officer. Following this announcement, Growblox will look to lean on its newest executive’s considerable industry expertise in order to promote a smooth and expeditious strategic transition.

“First joining us as a consultant, the performance of John Poss and his impact on our company, made the hiring of him as a full-time key executive an obvious choice,” Craig Ellins, chief executive officer of Growblox, stated in a news release. “This choice supports our transition from the engineering intensive development stage to the day-to-day operations of producing an excellent product, branding it appropriately, and maximizing our revenue.”

While it continues to increase the size of its staff, Growblox is currently progressing toward the completion of its new cultivation facility, which will provide a pristine and consistent environment for growing and processing medical cannabis that will also safeguard the company’s proprietary technology and equipment. As of its latest update, Growblox plans to complete construction of the facility before the end of 2015, strategically positioning it to initiate revenue-generating operations as early as next year. In preparation, GB Sciences Nevada has already applied for certification to dispense medical cannabis at two locations in Clark County, Nevada, and it is currently awaiting approval.

With the considerable progress of GB Sciences, as well as the company’s ongoing efforts to finalize the production and testing of its groundbreaking GrowBLOX Suites system in 2016, Growblox is in a favorable position to capitalize on the nation’s thriving cannabis industry in order to promote rapid financial growth in the future.

For more information, visit www.growblox.com

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (NPWZ) Highlights Considerable Progress toward Commercialization in August Shareholder Update

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Neah Power Systems, Inc. (OTC PINK: NPWZ), an innovator and supplier of cutting-edge power solutions for the military, transportation and portable electronics industries, this morning provided an update on its efforts to commercialize, license and sell its industry-leading technologies and products. The company’s recent efforts to secure additional funding and pursue strategic opportunities have been largely successful, as it has executed term sheets with a collection of investors currently continuing their due diligence. When finalized, the flexibility provided by these agreements is expected to be vital to Neah Power Systems’ future market growth, particularly as it relates to mergers and acquisitions that could vastly expand its market reach.

One example of the importance of this flexibility is highlighted by the company’s impending acquisition of Shorai, Inc., a leading producer of prismatic cell lithium iron phosphate power sports batteries. Despite delays, both parties remain interested in the merger, which will give Neah Power Systems access to broader markets and new product offerings. After reporting approximately $4 million in total revenues during 2014, Shorai is expected to be immediately accretive, adding significant value to Neah Power Systems while benefiting from anticipated supply chain and operational synergies. The current deadline to complete the acquisition is September 15, 2015.

Much of Neah Power Systems’ recent progress has come in regard to its proprietary Formira HOD™ direct on-site hydrogen gas generation technology. The company recently filed for $3.5 million in European Union grant funding focused on increasing the scale of its best-in-class system. In addition to beginning preliminary design for larger and smaller units to meet specific off-grid power needs, Neah Power Systems is in ongoing discussions with parties in China related to the licensing and manufacture of its innovative technology. The company is also leveraging established teaming agreements in order to present its products to the Australian Army and other customers in various regions around the globe.

This significant progress in expanding upon its presence in the global stored energy market is a promising indication of Neah Power Systems’ market potential moving forward. Look for the company to continue leveraging the marketability of its intellectual property portfolio, which includes 27 issued or pending patents, as it continues to search for suitable licensing and manufacturing partners ahead of full-scale commercialization of its award-winning stored energy solutions in the future.

For more information, visit www.neahpower.com

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EquityFeed Hailed as the Most Actionable Stock Discovery Platform Ever Built

August 31, 2015

How do you find and profit from the best stock trading opportunities each day? If your daily routine includes checking your stocks and scouring the web for high quality plays, then you’re not alone. In the past, locating the best investment opportunities was a timely, inefficient process, but those days are over thanks to EquityFeed.

EquityFeed is a real-time, actionable information platform specially designed to suit the needs of individual stock traders – including those of you trading from home. The platform’s ultra-powerful scanning functionality is ideal for traders who don’t mind gaining an unfair advantage in their stock hunting efforts. Seriously, it’s like shooting fish in a barrel!

Start by creating customized and incredibly powerful filters for your specific intraday trading routine. With these filters in place, the stocks you want to know about will come to you instead of you looking for them. The EquityFeed filter builder provides the options needed to fully personalize your experience while promoting optimal results.

One of the most exciting features of the EquityFeed platform is its complete alert management interface. If a stock that may be in your wheelhouse demonstrates patterns and technical events worthy of your attention, EquityFeed will let you know. In other words, you’ll be ready to capitalize on stocks that are making new highs, new lows, breaking price averages, breaking volume averages, moving large block trades and much more without the need to spend your valuable time searching for easy-to-miss action.

Once you’ve got a stock in your sights, EquityFeed’s proprietary decision support mechanic is the perfect tool for helping you pull the trigger with confidence. The chart montage is your go-to source for more in-depth information after an interesting stock has been identified. Featuring a clean and compact design, this window will deliver all the real-time data needed to help ensure that the stock on your mind is a worthwhile investment.

If, for some reason, you’re not ready to move on a particular stock, you’ll be able to keep it within reach through the use of EquityFeed’s intuitive limit alerts feature. Just add the stock, and you’ll be alerted when news is released or a specified threshold, such as price, volume, bid, ask or change, is crossed. With EquityFeed, you’ll be able to go on with your business without taking your finger off the pulse of the market.

All of these features, along with the option to seamlessly integrate with many of the country’s most popular brokers for instant trade execution and unrivalled speed, combine to make EquityFeed a truly revolutionary approach to the stock discovery platform. If you’re ready to make your daily routine more efficient while simultaneously promoting bigger earnings, you’ll want to check out the free 14-day trial.

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc.’s (GIGL) Winning Combination of Organic Food, Supervised Child Play Area Poised For Nationwide Expansion

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According to TechSci’s recent forecasts on the organic food market, the sector is set to hit $45 billion in the next five years, as the consumer trend towards health consciousness continues to solidify, driven by a growing acceptance that a diet consisting of chemical-free, non-GMO, freshly prepared ingredients has tremendous health benefits. Having already seen 11 percent YOY growth to around $40 billion last year, organic food is experiencing tremendous sales penetration across the country according to the Organic Trade Association, even in spite of supply shortages, and this is particularly so in select regions like the West Coast. This increasingly prevalent healthy eating culture still has considerable room to grow however, with organic sales currently accounting for only 4% of total food sales and organic agriculture currently representing less than 1 percent of all cropland in the United States.

At the same time, the roughly $710 billion restaurant industry, which saw 3.8 percent sales growth last year, has increasingly become a leading devourer of consumer’s food dollar, now accounting for around 47 percent of all food spending. These combined metrics have fueled the rise of restaurants that cater to consumers who want to eat healthier, but there has been a decided lack of variety in the sector until more recently, with the vast majority of operators being boutique venues with limited menus that cater only to upscale niche markets. This is a major reason sector players like Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG) have been able to make a killing, stepping in and feeding the mass market’s growing taste for organic produce, as well as free range meats that aren’t pumped full of antibiotics.

One of the more attractive plays in this market is first-of-its-kind family restaurant brand, Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL), which offers a unique combination of a large organic menu of gourmet quality food served in a relaxed atmosphere and a large, active play area for the children of restaurant goers. This approachable, yet premium-quality combination of an organic menu with a sizeable kid-friendly play area that is attended by trained aides, allows GIGL locations to not only court the growing consumer market that is on the lookout for healthy, delicious menu options, but simultaneously generate multiple revenue streams by offering features like hosted birthday parties, and a child drop-off service so parents can go focus on shopping.

With three locations currently in some of LA’s most prime demographic areas, including Century City (Westfield Mall), Glendale (Glendale Galleria) and Topanga (Westfield Topanga Shopping Center), Giggles N’ Hugs’ presence in upscale malls and shopping areas has quickly differentiated its restaurants within the organic sector. The company really stands out to parents in these communities who want to get in a day’s shopping, because Giggles N’ Hugs is the first restaurant in LA to offer a child-drop off service. Children are well-entertained too, with activities every half hour, including everything from arts and crafts, to appearances by staff dressed up as some of their favorite characters, and even events like karaoke, live puppet shows and dance parties, all forming an excellent complement to the custom built play area full of themed ball pits, swings, slides, and things to climb on or explore.

This superb model has enabled GIGL to attract the attention of some of the biggest mall owners in the country, who are keen to see Giggles N’ Hugs restaurants crop up at their establishments, in large part because of the incredible synergy the model represents, both for mall-going parents, and other stores in the mall. Far more than just another organic restaurant, each Giggles N’ Hugs is like a healthy version of Chuck E. Cheese’s, only with trained staff to attend to the children and healthy exercise-focused play, instead of just video and ticket redemption games. Hence the success of the company’s ongoing negotiations with sector operators like North American mall giants General Growth Properties (NYSE: GGP) and Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG), as well as Westfield Group (ASX: WDC), which has a sizeable presence in North America and Europe, as well as Australia and New Zealand (Scentre Group division). The low hanging fruit on the West Coast, such as the San Francisco and Seattle markets, make ideal expansion targets for the company, and regional receptivity to organic foods will no doubt help drive GIGL’s success at opening new locations throughout such markets.

GIGL is on track to meet its expansion target of having 12 more company-owned locations by the end of 2017 and the unique mix of offerings the brand presents is helping the company to secure substantial rent discounts and tenant allowances. Moreover, this model naturally lends itself to regions around the world that, unlike sunny LA, are more prone to experience the kind of weather patterns that drive large birthday parties indoors. By tapping former Westfield senior executive Todd Star, who has over a decade under his belt handling leasing for Westfield, GIGL is in a prime position to successfully execute high value expansion deals with major mall owners like those mentioned above. Star’s impressive resume, consisting of over three decades of experience in multiple areas of real estate, make him the perfect tool for GIGL’s utility belt, when it comes to achieving the growth objectives it has set, and negotiating the best deals in select expansion target markets.

The company has seen a massive media presence crop up in recent months as well, being featured everywhere from major finance publications like Bloomberg Businessweek, Forbes and The Wall Street Journal, to trendy style publications like Perez Hilton and Us Weekly, further accelerating the brand presence Giggles N’ Hugs has already managed to establish among consumers. Having posted a strong Q1, including an 11.7 percent YOY revenue increase to just under $1 million, largely on the strength of factors like a nearly 7 percent YOY reduction in total costs/operating expenses, and consistent 21 percent net operating margins at its flagship Century City location – Giggles N’ Hugs really is the portrait of a successful hybrid restaurant concept, with intelligently chosen locations, and a proven ability to deliver end-user resonance.

Get a closer look at the company by visiting www.gigglesnhugs.com

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Alternet Systems, Inc. (ALYI) Subsidiary Expands Potential Market Reach with MUXI Partnership

Alternet Systems, Inc. (OTCQB: ALYI), through wholly-owned subsidiary Alternet Payment Solutions, took a significant step toward expanding its market share in the thriving digital commerce industry on Monday through the announcement of a new strategic partnership with MUXI, the Brazilian leader in multichannel technology solutions for the point-of-sale industry. Through this agreement, the company will look to introduce an innovative, brand-agnostic point-of-sale terminal and disruptive payment technology to the United States market. In total, Alternet estimates the potential market reach of this partnership to include more than 20 million merchants across the country.

MUXI’s proprietary technology empowers customers by providing them with a point-of-sale platform that grants total control over their assets and network without tying them to a particular point-of-sale manufacturer. The platform allows remote and optimized application updates while providing exceptional functionality across tablets and smartphones, effectively addressing the considerable demand for mobile point-of-sale terminals from small and medium-sized businesses.

“We envision MUXI’s products fitting an underserved market, consisting of the largest outdated legacy [point-of-sale] infrastructure in the world,” Henryk Dabrowski, chief executive officer of Alternet, stated in a news release. “MUXY provides timely and cost effective solutions, across all devices, to facilitate multichannel capability to any merchant.”

In 2013, the global point-of-sale market was valued at approximately $36.86 million, and it is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 11.6 percent from 2014 to 2020. The U.S. market currently represents nearly one-third of the global market, demonstrating the immense potential of Alternet’s newly announced partnership moving forward. Look for the company to leverage this opportunity in order to capitalize on increased adoption of wireless and mobile point-of-sale solutions as operators continue to turn to the ease-of-use, added mobility and decreased cost of ownership provided by this technology, as compared to traditional point-of-sale terminals.

Alternet’s new partnership with MUXI falls squarely in line with its previously announced strategic plan to capitalize on the modernization of the electronic point-of-sale legacy infrastructure in the U.S. market. This significant progress, in combination with the company’s on-going efforts to become a global leader in the digital currency industry, could provide Alternet with a strong platform upon which to promote sustainable returns in the months to come.

For more information, visit www.alternetsystems.com

 

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) Posts 2Q Financial Results

Hemp, Inc. (OTC: HEMP) today announced that sales for the second quarter ended June 30, 2015, were up significantly over the first quarter, and provided insight regarding details of the company’s manufacturing facility and applications of products.

“Although sales were up significantly, this is now an insignificant part of our business model at this time. Pending completion of our multipurpose industrial hemp processing plant that vertically integrates growing, decortification, milling and more, millions of dollars in revenue can potentially be generated per year. Thus, the direction of the company has now shifted,” Hemp, Inc. CEO Bruce Perlowin stated in the news release.

While the direction of the company has shifted toward more advanced processing in the milling line, Perlowin says the company will continue to market its hemp-based cosmeceutical and nutriceutical product line.

“In terms of generating profit, our multipurpose industrial hemp processing facility in Spring Hope, North Carolina, by far, outweighs any sales revenue generated from our product line which is why we feel it best to shift focus,” Perlowin said, also noting that all of the equipment, including the new milling line, was purchased by Hemp, Inc. at a deep discount.

Completion of the plant provides Hemp, Inc. the vertical integration of hemp from field to end user solutions. The decortication line separates the bast from the core for use in plastic, paper, fiberboard, etc. The core will then be further processed at the plant’s advanced milling component generating Lost Circulation Material (LCM) making drilling safer for the environment and also making spill absorption material for soil and water remediation. U.S. Naval studies have shown that Kenaf and Hemp are the most absorbent natural materials on earth.

Committed to “the American farmers and to spearheading a new clean, green American agricultural and industrial revolution,” Hemp, Inc. said it hopes to generate revenue from processing Kenaf and, later, hemp for the oil drilling pipes, textile, building automotive and other industries.

According to David Schmitt, COO of Hemp, Inc.’s Industrial Hemp Manufacturing LLC subsidiary, once the company begins to manufacture DrillWallTM LCM, revenues can potentially range from $392,000 to $980,000 per month based on an output of just 1 ton per hour, one crew shift per day. With three crew shifts per day, revenues can potentially range from $1,176,000 to $2,940,000 per month. Potential buyers of LCMs typically seek three to five-year contracts from suppliers which would create a substantial and steady revenue stream for Hemp.

Industrial Hemp Manufacturing will also produce and sell SpillSorbent™, an absorbent made from the core fiber of Kenaf and Hemp plants. This biodegradable, core material is found to be the most absorbent natural material on earth and can absorb oil in minutes.

Hemp also has a green technology to make plant fibers fire retardant, water repellent, absorptive, and super soft. Natural fiber can be provided as cut fiber, treated fiber, thread, string, textiles, non-woven or needle punched products.

The company has over 4 million pounds of Kenaf on-hand and also planted a Kenaf crop this year which should be harvested by the end of this year. The crop will be the first crop processed by Hemp, Inc.’s decortication facility.

On 9 acres, multipurpose industrial hemp processing plant is almost 70% complete and has a 6-inch cement foundation and a refrigerated section. A skilled crew conducting internal assessments of the equipment has been ensuring every aspect of the Temafa decortication line is prepped for maximum operational efficiency. The plant is expected to be fully operational in the next 90 – 120 days.

For more information visit www.hempinc.com

Galenfeha (GLFH) Signs Exclusive West Texas Distributor, Projects Strong 3Q Sales

Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH), a design, engineering and manufacturing firm focused on stored energy solutions, has signed an exclusive agreement with Control Equipment, Inc. (“CEI”) to distribute Galenfeha production and stored energy product lines, including its LiFePO4 battery systems, iWaV systems, and ultra-high precision chemical injection pumps.

For more than 60 years, CEI has been a top distributor for some of the leading manufacturers in oil and gas equipment, operating five facilities throughout West Texas, where it will be Galenfeha’s exclusive supplier.

Lucien Marioneaux, Jr., Galenfeha’s president and CEO commented, “CEI’s tenure in the industry speaks to its quality products and customer service. We are delighted they will now represent us in West Texas, and look forward to a highly successful partnership.”

Galenfeha also noted that the distributorship agreement reaffirms management’s commitment to continued revenue growth. The company also forecast that increased market acceptance of its products will drive third-quarter revenues above all previous quarters.

For more information visit www.galenfeha.com

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Giggles N’ Hugs (GIGL) Invites Patrons to Invest

August 28, 2015

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Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB:GIGL) founder and CEO Joey Parsi recently issued a letter to its patrons and other parties interested in partnering with the company via investment.

The letter reads as follows:

As the founder and CEO of Giggles N’ Hugs, I would like to personally thank all moms, dads, nannies, grandparents, aunts, uncles, babysitters, friends, and caregivers for your continued loyalty and patronage. With your support, we’ve grown from just an idea to a successful enterprise with much excitement on the horizon.

Many of you already know we’re rated among the best family and kid-friendly restaurants by Yelp, CitySearch and GoCityKids, and we’ve been voted the #1 family restaurant, #1 birthday party place and #1 indoor play space in Los Angeles by Nickelodeon.

We’re a regular stop for celebrity clientele and their children and have garnered the attention of local and national press, with coverage in The Wallstreet Journal, Los Angeles Times, People magazine, New York Post, Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur, US Weekly, Fox News, ABC News, Bloomberg and FOX Business channels, and many other major publications.

There’s a reason we’re receiving all of this attention. We’ve created a unique, pioneering concept in the family-themed restaurant industry, filling the unmet needs of many families like you seeking healthy options when dining out with their children. We are redefining the concept that brings together high-end, organic food with active, cutting-edge play and entertainment.

Since our first location opened in Brentwood in 2008, we have gone from one location with $600,000 in sales to a publicly held company (OTCQB: GIGL) with three locations in the best premier malls in Los Angeles that for 2014 achieved a record $3.3 million in revenue, which was up 48% over our 2013 results. We expect to do even better this year and beyond.

Now we’re entering the next phase of our evolution as we plan to take the Giggles N’ Hugs brand to many more locations across the country.  This is where you, our customers, come in. Over the years, many of you have been asking us, how can we become investors in Giggles N’ Hugs and participate in all the future growth of the company? This is why I am writing you today.

In preparation for our expansion, we’ve taken some important steps this year by further strengthening our management team with the addition of Philip Gay as chief business development officer and John Kaufman as interim-president.  Having worked together previously in their roles as CFO and COO respectively at California Pizza Kitchen, where they helped grow the chain from two locations to more than 70 locations, Philip and John are incredible additions to our team and provide a strong endorsement of our concept and long-term potential.

With the foundation in place, we’re currently moving forward on plans to open more locations across the west coast. To fund our immediate expansion goals, we’re in the final stages of preparation to launch a 506(c) offering to raise $3 million in new capital. Just like we’ve done with our management team, attracting the best-of-the-best, we’re pleased to report that we’ve signed an engagement agreement with Westpark Capital, one of the premier investment banks on Wall Street, to help us raise the needed capital for the company’s expansion.

As stated above, over the years, many of you have been asking us, how do I become an investor in Giggles N’ Hugs and participate in its growth?”

If you are one of the many customers that loves Giggles N’ Hugs and has been constantly asking us how to invest in the company, we wanted to share with you the opportunity do so as we are a publicly  traded  company with our  stock traded on the Nasdaq OTCQB under the symbol ( GIGL ).

Simply call your financial advisor and or current broker or log into their website and instruct them to buy shares in Giggles N’ Hugs for you. It is no different than buying any other stock currently in your portfolio. Again our symbol is ( GIGL ). 

If you need any additional information about Giggles N’ Hugs and its future growth or if you need help on how to buy our stock, you can visit our investor page here or contact us directly at info@gigglesnhugs.com. You will also find our corporate presentation here and a variety of videos about us here .

This is your opportunity to be an owner of one of the most unique restaurant concepts in the country and be a part of our growth. Give a share of Giggles N Hugs to your kids and or grand kids. Our stock certificates are really cool.

Ultimately, we think these investment highlights represent great potential for return for each of our valued shareholders but we feel that despite our proven success, our best days are still ahead.

I look forward to sharing even more successes with you in the coming quarters.

Thank you for being a loyal valued customer or shareholder, and we hope to see you again very soon.

Sincerely,

Joey Parsi
Founder/CEO
Giggles N’ Hugs

For more information visit www.gigglesnhugs.com

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Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Announces Positive Results from Focus Group Testing for Big Box Vodka

The benefits of box wine have helped it grow from a novelty item into one of the country’s most popular refreshment options. In 2014, box wine sales represented an impressive 17.5 percent of all wine sold by volume, with 16 brands surpassing the illusive $1 million sales mark, according to a report by Nielsen. Despite this immense success, the industry has been slow to expand upon the winning formula with other drink options. However, that could be about to change with the impending release of Big Box Vodka – the newest distilled spirit from Aristocrat Group Corp. (OTCQB: ASCC).

With Big Box Vodka, ASCC is combining all of the biggest benefits of box wine – including portability, freshness, price and environmentally-friendly packaging – with its ultra-premium vodka to create a truly innovative new product in the booming liquor industry. On Wednesday, the company announced early impressions from its market research testing outreach, and the results were an extremely positive indication of the product’s massive market potential upon its upcoming release.

“Our focus groups are the first people outside of our offices who have sampled Big Box Vodka’s total package – the crisp taste, the unparalleled portability and the unique 1.75 liter packaging,” Robert Federowicz, chief executive officer of ASCC, stated in a news release. “We’ve been extremely pleased with the response that this new product has gotten so far. All of our expectations have been confirmed, and we’re very excited to move forward with our marketing plans.”

In the weeks to come, ASCC will turn its attention toward meeting with distributors and retailers from around the country ahead of the planned debut of Big Box Vodka later this year. The company anticipates simultaneously releasing the product at retail outlets in California, Nevada, Florida, Louisiana and Texas, effectively giving it access to a huge population of more than 90 million people, or nearly 30 percent of the total U.S. populace.

The market for distilled spirits in the U.S. continued to grow last year, as retail sales climbed to nearly $70 billion, according to data by the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States. This performance was spurred by an ongoing shift in consumer preference toward industry innovations and premium products, further demonstrating the market potential of ASCC’s newest creation upon release. For prospective shareholders, this market potential could foreshadow an opportunity for the company to achieve sustainable growth in both market share and financial returns moving forward.

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Aristocrat Group Corp. (ASCC) Capitalizing on Rising Consumer Interest in Premium Spirits

August 26, 2015

The rapid rise of the craft beer industry in the United States is well documented. In 2011, craft beer sales accounted for approximately $8.7 billion, and by 2014, this figure grew to $19.6 billion, according to a report by the Brewers Association. While this market performance is certainly noteworthy, one statistic that’s remained somewhat under the radar throughout this period is the persistent rise of the premium spirits market. According to data from the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States, sales volume for spirits rose by 2.2 percent in 2014, giving the domestic spirits industry a market share victory of the beer industry for the fifth straight year.

“Consumer interest in industry innovations and premium products from distilled spirits producers of all sizes contributed to another year of steady growth in 2014,” Peter Cressy, president of the Distilled Spirits Council, stated in an interview with Fortune.

Aristocrat Group Corp. (OTCQB: ASCC), through the distribution of its ultra-premium RWB Vodka, is capitalizing on this market performance. The company’s handcrafted, American-made vodka is produced using the highest-quality Idaho potatoes and pure mountain spring water that gives it a top-shelf taste without the top-shelf price. In less than two years, RWB has received 17 tasting awards, placing it among the most highly-decorated American vodkas on the market.

On August 8, Aristocrat will celebrate the second anniversary of its flagship product, which is currently sold in more than 30 retail locations and 100 clubs, bars and restaurants around the country. Last month, the company took a major step toward building on the early market success of RWB Vodka by adding Canada to its growing distribution network. Additionally, Aristocrat announced the initiation of a marketing campaign designed to increase RWB Vodka’s brand recognition in the potentially lucrative Canadian market, providing the company with a tremendous opportunity to promote strong growth in the coming months.

“We believe our potential for growth in the Canadian marketplace is huge,” Robert Federowicz, chief executive officer of Aristocrat, stated in a news release. “RWB Vodka is one of the only spirits in the country approved for ‘gluten-free’ labeling, and that’s going to make our product stand out from the pack.”

In the fiscal quarter ending April 30, Aristocrat successfully leveraged the growing reach of its RWB Vodka distribution network to record dramatically improved financial results. In particular, the company realized a year-over-year increase in total revenue of more than 800 percent. Moving forward, Aristocrat will look to build on these results by expanding upon its established distribution network, as well as through the introduction of new and innovative products, such as its upcoming Bag-in-Box Vodka line. For prospective investors, the company’s recent performance, along with the growing market for premium distilled spirits, could provide a platform for sustainable returns in the future.

For more information, visit www.aristocratgroupcorp.com

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