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Well Power, Inc. (WPWR) Prepares to Provide a Better Solution to Undervalued Natural Gas

May 19, 2015

Gas flaring is one of the most challenging energy and environmental problems facing the world today. Each year, approximately 150 billion cubic meters of natural gas are flared around the world, effectively wasting about five percent of global gas production. The problem goes beyond wasted energy, however, as the flaring processes also contribute about 400 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent global greenhouse gas emissions. Well Power, Inc. (OTCQB: WPWR), through its licensing arrangement with ME Resource Corp., is closing in on a way to turn this waste into one of the world’s greatest energy and environmental success stories in the coming years.

Through the continued development of its prototype Micro Refinery Unit (MRU), Well Power is creating a better solution for processing unwanted natural gas. Using proprietary technologies, the MRU is designed to provide the oil and gas industry with a financially viable solution to undervalued natural gas deposits. The unit is flexible, scalable, modular and fully mobile, meaning that it has the potential to reach oil fields in areas where the transport of natural gas to market simply isn’t feasible. Instead, the MRU can transform these natural gas deposits into a variety of valued end products – including Engineered Fuels, electric power and heat – on-site, through cost-effective and environmentally friendly processes.

Currently, Well Power has exclusive licensing rights for the MRU in the state of Texas, with first right of refusal for the remaining states. That gives the company significant opportunity to grow when its prototype unit is completed and ready for market. With a current pipeline shortage in rural South Texas, the Eagle Ford Shale is one of the country’s biggest hotspots for gas flaring, according to a report by the San Antonio Express-News. Pipelines, the principle method of transporting natural gas to market, are a costly and time-intensive endeavor, which increases the potential demand for Well Power’s unique system.

“When they have to move into a booming area, [installing pipelines] takes a while,” stated James Mann, a Texas attorney that specializes in pipeline cases. “You have to find welders. You have to see if a construction company is available. The schedule is filled with things that the pipeline company may have no control over.”

In one example, flaring was used while waiting for a nearby processing plant and pipeline to be constructed. Before the infrastructure was completed in January 2014, a total of 245 million cubic feet of natural gas had been flared on the property, and this case is far from an isolated incident. Through the development of a mobile solution to the gas flaring crisis, Well Power is creating a better method of enduring delays in pipeline construction. As the company continues towards marketization of its proprietary system, look for Well Power to make a significant impact on the booming oil market of the Lone Star State in the years to come.

For more information, visit www.wellpowerinc.com

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Unified Communications Key for Day to Day Operations

Established provider of unified communications (UC) hardware, software and services, Cleartronic has been helping its government agency and business enterprise clients realize cost-effective, state-of-the-art solutions for years. These solutions are based on purpose-built, open-standard software architectures and feature a high degree of design and operating flexibility, as well as universal interoperability and scalability. Via the company’s two core subsidiaries, the 200 plus client, interoperable communications-focused VoiceInterop, and ReadyOp Communications, which is focused on exploiting the company’s recently enhanced strategic relationship with ReadyOp platform developer Collabria, Cleartronic has carved out a chunk of the global UC space.

According to analysis by leading market research firms like Transparency Market Research and Infonetics, the global UC market is projected to hit upwards (respectively) of around $62 billion to $88 billion within the next four years, growing at an over 15.7% CAGR from 2012 through 2018 on the strength of increasingly BYOD (bring your own device) workplaces and the ubiquity of video-capable mobile devices. The ability of advanced UC platforms – enabled by hardware like VoiceInterop’s easily affordable AudioMate 360 Series (AM360) of IP (internet protocol) radio gateways, which allow limitless audio endpoints from sources like analog walkie-talkies and two way radios, known as LMR (land mobile radio) repeaters – to be seamlessly meshed into a single digital unified talkgroup session, alongside control stations or remote control consoles, makes such UC platforms ideal for operating in geographically diverse or vast areas.

By converting analog audio to digital packets and sending them over the internet, using any connection format available from a standard cable ISP, to 2G through 4G wireless, or even satellite, all existing communication devices, be they radio handsets, telephones or desktop users with a headset mic, can be brought together in a real-time environment. VoiceInterop’s AM360 Series even supports Nextel and private iDEN systems for backhaul of data from sources like GPS sensors and external SCADA monitors. AM360 devices also provide active communication features like inbound or outbound group calls, as well as monitoring of inputs like broadcast and weather receivers, and the easily updateable AudioMate Communicator™ software console connects multiple AM360 gateways together with zero hassle. This solution means that any user within the network with clearance can pick up a phone or radio and immediately broadcast over PA systems at a given site or across a large campus, as well as speak to other users within a given protected talkgroup, or a trunked radio system.

Such architectures are an ideal way for airports, police departments, fire and rescue, or university campuses to coordinate in real-time and they also represent an extremely cost-effective way to modernize even legacy systems into a virtual UC environment, with very little setup time. Because VoiceInterop has so much experience developing customized applications, as well as handling the systems integration end of things and acting as an OEM manufacturer of systems like their IP gateways, this CLRI subsidiary can help clients tailor customized UC solutions to fit both their exact needs and their budgets, something which is especially important for state and local government agencies. This ability to bridge the gap between radio talkgroups effortlessly, irrespective of device manufacturer, frequency, or location, is a godsend for critical infrastructure entities and government agencies who must often contend with emergency scenarios, the resolution of which is more ably facilitated by having such a real-time unified communications solution at the ready, allowing for top-down command and control coordination of all field personnel and resources.

ReadyOp Communications has really emerged as a major part of CLRI’s business in more recent months, with the subsidiary’s formation marking the expansion of the license agreement between Cleartronic and Collabria in February of this year, as well as the decided shift from Collabria handling the lion’s share of the platform’s sales and marketing in-house, to Cleartronic’s subsidiary taking the lead role in marketing ReadyOp. A major reason for the success of this highly secure communications platform, as well as the need for the expanded strategic relationship, is how attractive the solution is and how much interest it has been generating. The ReadyOp platform is now doing over 100k transmissions daily, recently smashed through the 40 million total radio communications barrier, and continues to see growing usage of features like alerts, email, text messaging and other types of voice communications sent using the platform. This platform even includes an easy to use file management system that lets users send and receive any type or size of file, using encrypted cloud storage through Amazon-hosted servers.

Incident and emergency response planning is a huge market for ReadyOp and winning features like the platform’s visual management dashboard, which lets managers easily coordinate vast sums of personnel and logistics, allowing them to locate people, assign relevant tasks and keep everyone in constant communication, has kept the clientele rolling in. The lack of software install required and the ability to use basically any web browser, including a smartphone version, combined with the ability to send voice or data, quickly delivering notification pushes in every format from SMS to phone calls, means that the same platform used to tie together such disparate devices as two-way field radios, telephones and laptop users, can also be accessed securely from anywhere in the world where an internet connection can be established.

ReadyOp is a comprehensive SaaS solution for planning and preparation tasks which allows users to create and store highly structured operational or event plans, as well as personnel rosters, including details like multiple points of contact information for each user, displayed in a manner in which those points of contact are connected to individual’s roles and planned tasks. The platform allows provides an easily updateable logistics database that is used to track assets, including the asset’s specific location and any associated contact personnel. And the whole setup can be organized via a customized visual display configured by the user, enabling multiple groups to be organized and then tied together at the last minute without complications into a nodal framework.

All of these capabilities also make ReadyOp the ideal platform for reaction, mitigation and recovery during incident and emergency response scenarios. The ability to start multiple conferencing sessions on the fly, bringing in personnel from all over the place, irrespective of their communications device or which agency they are from, and then organize them quickly into sub groups for better management, is the kind of capability that may mean the difference between saving or losing lives during a disaster. Being able to quickly and easily share key intel like photographs and videos, or simply spoken situation report updates, via a secure interface, is often the kind of crucial capability needed to create order from the chaos of a disaster incident. ReadyOp even allows for out-briefing and after action report tasks to be performed in a consistent manner, providing complete time stamping of task completion and communication sessions.

Learn more about Cleartronic by visiting www.cleartronicinc.com

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Unique Stem Cell Tech’s Immense Therapeutic Potential Continues To Be Demonstrated

May 18, 2015

International Stem Cell Corp., a developer of ethical stem cell therapies (as well as biomedical products) based on their pioneering of an entirely new class of stem cells, hpSCs, or human parthenogenetic stem cells, which offer significant advantages over existing stem cell technologies, continues to see the broad spectrum potential of their technology across the company’s entire therapeutic pipeline.

Parthenogenesis is a form of aesexual reproductive cell division where no fertilization occurs, meaning that no viable embryo is created or destroyed. Derived from unfertilized human eggs (oocytes) and differentiated using a proprietary, patented and chemically-defined process, ISCO’s hpSCs are completely ethical and yet also have superior immune matching (low cell transplant rejection rate) and histocompatability (tissue compatibility) properties compared to existing stem cell technologies. In addition, hpSCs are highly pluripotent, or differentiable into many different cell types, meaning they can be used to treat a broad range of diseases. These novel stem cells are also easily proliferated, meaning large quantities can be grown in the lab and the technology thusly represent an effective, practical solution for developing and executing cost-effective transplantation-based therapies, even for large populations of patients.

Indeed, the fact that ISCO’s hpSC technology allows for derivation of HLA (human leukocyte antigen, the major histocompatibility complex which restricts antigen presentation) homozygous hpSCs, even a relatively limited set of hpSC lines could be used to generate huge quantities of immune-matched cells that would correspond to vast swathes of the human population. This innovative technology captures all the best aspects of other extant stem cell technologies, like adult stem cells, embryonic stem cells (hESC) and induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS), but does not suffer from any of the ethical or logistical limitations. This means that ISCO is essentially the tip of the spear in a therapeutically realistic war against dreaded diseases like Parkinson’s, with real solutions in the offing for ischemic (acute) stroke, as well as metabolic liver diseases (using stem cell-derived liver cells – CytoHep), and the crippling impairment of corneal and retinal blindness (using human retinal epithelium and corneal cells – RPE cells and CytoCor respectively).

With FDA clearance for the company’s hpSC technology already under their belt, as well as a soon to begin Phase 1/2a clinical study in Parkinson’s using their human parthenogenetic neural stem cell technology (ISC-hpNSC), including the already completed production of a 2.6 billion cell stem cell bank that will cover all clinical trial requirements, ISCO is within striking distance of having a viable therapeutic solution to Parkinson’s disease. ISCO’s progress in developing a therapeutically realistic solution to this increasingly prevalent CNS disease no doubt appears as a beacon of hope on the horizon to the millions of people around the world whose lives have been shattered by this disease, which currently impacts the lives of as many as seven million people and takes a heavy toll on their families (not to mention national healthcare systems), due to a progressive loss of nerve cells in the victim’s brain that leads to severe motor and mental impairment.

According to one National Parkinson Foundation study, as many as 9.3 million people worldwide will be living with Parkinson’s disease (PD) by 2030 and estimates for the U.S. alone show that as many as 60,000 new cases crop up each year. Market analysis from last year put the (note that these are typically only marginally effective) 2012 PD therapy market at around $3.56 billion globally ($1.15 billion U.S.) with only 2.18 million cases reported. Conservative estimates forecast that the diagnostics/therapy market will grow to $5.26 billion worldwide ($2.33 billion U.S.) within the next seven years alone, using extrapolated market size estimates on a target of only 2.89 million cases.

The profound utility of ISCO’s ISC-hpNSC technology doesn’t stop at PD either, the same ability of these cells to simultaneously differentiate into dopaminergic neurons, while also expressing brain-protecting neurotrophic factors (neurotrophins are key proteins which help neurons survive and thrive), makes them ideal for treating other CNS disorders and diseases. New results which show ISC-hpNSCs may not only reduce but even reverse the symptoms of neurological dysfunction could prove huge for people who have suffered from a stroke, especially considering that the 795,000 plus strokes which occur each year leave those who manage to survive with zero currently approved treatment options, aside from grueling and generally only partially effective physical rehab.

Peer-reviewed publications showing the superior immunological properties of hpNSCs compared to other neural stem cells is also an extremely promising advantage for ISCO and the company has plans to investigate this abundant potential in further detail via upcoming studies. A presentation of extant data on the potential of hpNSCs, including how they are actually attracted to the site of an injury by naturally-occurring molecular chemistry signals, reducing swelling and forming new brain tissue, is set to take place at an upcoming scientific conference and will be announced in the very near future. For ischemic stroke (which accounts for nearly 90% of all stroke cases), the $1.2 billion diagnosis and therapy market as of 2013 set to hit $1.9 billion in five years (6.3% CAGR), where the immediacy of therapeutic response time is directly proportional to recovery outcomes (success), the value of hpNSC therapy, which has been shown in pre-clinical work to reverse associated functional deficits even several weeks after the stroke, is substantial.

A highly effective therapy for acute stroke that can be applied even weeks after the actual stroke would be a major game changer and could help propel ISCO to the top of the stem cell industry.

Dig deeper into this innovative stem cell therapy developer at www.internationalstemcell.com

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) at the Forefront of Solid Oxide Fuel Cells for Booming Stationary Multi-Megawatt Generation Market

Fuel cell technologies have come a long ways over the last decade and are now rapidly increasing their market share across a variety of power applications, from onboard vehicle power plants using PEM (proton exchange membrane) designs, to large-scale, multi-megawatt utility power for grid-connected or independent use, using designs like DFCs (direct fuel cells) and high-temperature SOFCs (solid oxide fuel cells). The larger scale applications still have the most room to grow out of the overall fuel cell market and cutting-edge designs using versatile DFC and SOFC approaches are becoming increasingly attractive for building highly localized power plants that can take advantage of nearby fuel sources, as well as nearby power demand.

A recent report by global market research and consulting company MarketsandMarkets on the fuel cell technology industry’s outlook, estimates that the space will grow at an extremely healthy CAGR of 14.7% over the next four years alone, nearly doubling from roughly $2.61 billion last year, to over $5.20 billion by 2019. MarketsandMarkets also noted in their report that the stationary power generation segment was going to be a major source of growth for the overall market, due in large part to tight form factors making these solutions ideal for localized electrical generation, even in rough terrain, as well as a distinctly advantageous ability to run off various fuel types.

The market for stationary fuel cell power generation located in immediate proximity to corporate offices, as well as plants and manufacturing facilities, is expected to help drive the growing trend towards grid decentralization. Both as a means of increasing efficiency through reduction of transmission and distribution losses, and as a way of curbing grid failure downtime via the adoption of highly localized supply and consumption metrics. On-site power using smaller scale generation will likely become a dominant trend over the next decade as more and more entities, particularly in the thriving Asia-Pacific region, move to produce reliable, clean energy themselves, instead of relying on an overtaxed grid.

Of course, grid-connected fuel cell power plants will continue to also be a key feature of the market moving forward and the Asia-Pacific region is seen as being the largest value generator for such applications. Japan and South Korea are some of the biggest contenders here and the recent completion of the largest fuel cell power plant on earth, the 59 MW Gyeonggi Green Energy Park in Hwasung City, South Korea is a shining example of how far large-scale fuel cell power has come. The LNG-fuelled plant uses 21 FuelCell Energy (NASDAQ:FCEL, $1.36/share) Direct Fuel Cell (DFC3000) units (2.8 MW each) and because the overall footprint is so small, it is seen as the perfect model to roll out fuel cell generation solutions across the largely hilly terrain that makes up so much of energy-intensive South Korea.

FCEL’s DFC plants use carbonate (potassium and lithium electrolyte) fuel cells and can generate clean power from even diesel fuel and coal gas, being capable of internally reforming hydrogen from the source fuel. FuelCell Energy is hard at work advancing SOFC technology as well, which has significant advantages like very high electrical efficiency and the ability to provide substantial, easily utilized waste heat for CHP (combined heat and power) applications.

One of the companies already deeply entrenched in the SOFC game is Dominovas Energy (OTCQB:DNRG, $0.05/share), whose Fuel Cell Division has developed the RUBICON™ Series of multi-megawatt SOFCs, which boast greater than 50% fuel-to-electricity efficiency and are extremely fuel-flexible, being able to generate electricity from almost any of the hydrocarbon fuels. From diesel, natural gas, LNG, propane, ethanol and methanol, to bio-derived fuels and pure hydrogen, RUBICON offers fuel-flexible, cost-effective and clean electricity generation with significantly reduced emissions. Moreover, the RUBICON series integrates a desulfurizer, reformer and a number of heat exchangers directly into its fuel processor, reforming hydrocarbon fuels with steam prior to reaching the plant’s SOFC anode. RUBICON thus avoids coking and sulfur poisoning issues, a capability which is further enhanced by active tuning of key parameters like the steam to carbon ratio, current density, and temperature.

The company has also partnered with well-established global vehicle component manufacturer and electric, powertrain, thermal and safety solutions provider, Delphi Automotive PLC’s (NYSE:DLPH, $ 77.88/share) subsidiary, Delphi Automotive Systems, to jointly develop new innovations in SOFC. Adapting and incorporating Delphi’s own SOFC stack technology, while providing Delphi with the opportunity to further flesh out their fuel cell technology for stationary power applications, is a huge advantage for Dominovas Energy, which also grants them access to the sprawling international markets already opened up by Delphi’s existing footprint.

To learn more about the company, visit www.dominovasenergy.com

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Car Monkeys, Inc. (CKMY) Emerging as Reputable Player in $22B Automotive Recycling Industry

Any car owner knows the costs of car maintenance and repair can quickly add up to several hundred dollars of parts and labor. According to CarMD’s 2014 State Index, the average cost for check engine light-related repairs in the U.S. in 2013 was $392.49, up nearly 7% from 2012. As the cost of auto parts continues to rise, however, so does sales potential for Car Monkeys Group, a seller of used, high-quality, low-mileage automotive parts.

In its five years of operations, the New Jersey-based company has used its proprietary technology and access to hundreds of thousands of parts to become a premiere online used parts distributor in the United States. Car Monkeys’ growing customer base is comprised of consumers, retailers, auto repair facilities, and truck and car fleet owners looking for more affordable automotive parts for all vehicle makes and models.

As an online retailer, Car Monkeys avoids the steep costs and space requirements needed for substantial inventory. Instead, the company utilizes its proprietary software specifically designed to search, cross reference and price used auto parts.

The proprietary search algorithms perform a complex analysis to search through the results and identify auto parts that are competitively priced as well as of verifiable quality. The system then displays to the consumer a vast and detailed online catalog of used high-quality, low-mileage automotive parts offered at wholesale from a trusted network of automotive recyclers nationwide.

All parts ordered through CarMonkeys.com ship from one of the company’s numerous distributors and auto dismantling centers straight to the customer or to their mechanic. In the past, mechanics were rightfully reluctant to install used or even new parts supplied by the customer from external discount sources due to the fact that if the part fails, or the customer is dissatisfied for any reason whatsoever, the mechanic has to resolve the issue at his or her own expense, or risk losing the customer by refusing to do so. By dealing with Car Monkeys and its five-year unlimited mileage warranty, however, selected shops are able to expand their customer base with no risk to themselves.

In addition to its large network, zero shipping costs, warranty and generous return policy, Car Monkeys’ high-quality catalog of used automotive parts further contribute to the increasing popularity of its brand in the broader $22 billion North American automotive recycling industry.

For more information, visit www.carmonkeys.com

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View Systems, Inc. (VSYM) is “One to Watch”

View Systems is a leading security technology products company with “state-of-the-art” technological solutions for modern security problems. Targeting the challenging business opportunities in the opening decades of the 21st century and beyond, View Systems has solutions for law enforcement facilities such as correctional institutions as well as other government agencies, schools, courthouses, event and sports venues, the military and commercial businesses.

The senior management team is comprised of successful businessmen with decades of business and professional experience in the security industry. The approach used by View Systems utilizes the expertise of this team to provide innovative solutions to security problems with reliable “cutting edge” products in conjunction with client-oriented security consulting services.

The company’s flagship product, ViewScan, is an advanced walk-through Concealed Weapons Detection System (CWD) that greatly simplifies the process of discriminating suspicious items from harmless ones. The highly sensitive, completely passive sensor technology powering the system accurately detects the location and number of threat objects such as knives, guns and razor blades while ignoring personal artifacts like coins, keys and belt buckles. A portable version of this system has only a fifteen minute setup time using only a screwdriver and it easily fits inside a golf size case.

Experts say the security industry has been the fastest-growing sector of the global economy during the past decade. Today, it is conservatively estimated to be a $100 billion-a-year industry and growing. As the business environment continues to get more complex, especially in foreign markets, View Systems is strategically positioned to capitalize on unsurpassed opportunity.

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Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. (PNOW) Announces Increased Financial Commitment to the Development of Groundbreaking Travel Solution

Through the engagement of Softon ITG, Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. has ramped up its efforts to launch a formidable online travel agent (OTA) in the underserved Central American-Caribbean market. With several planned social and visual media components, Oveedia, Pure’s online hospitality booking engine, is currently being developed as one of the most unique OTAs on the market. Estimates for completion of the initial phase of coding integration clocked in at just 527 hours, allowing the company to consider the possibility of moving the scheduled 2015 launch forward.

The massive potential of the Oveedia platform benefits from its “first-mover advantage” within the niche market. With an estimated $30+ billion of online travel revenue, anticipation for sizable growth in the rapidly expanding Central American market is high.

“As Pure Hospitality Solutions ramps up coding integration, we are working diligently to further reduce debt and overhang, aggressively developing Oveedia’s marketing plans, exploring financing options for the company and signing on local hotels in the Central American-Caribbean region,” stated Melvin Pereira, President and CEO of Pure. “[The company] is on a ‘fast-track’ to revenue stemming from online operations.”

The target Central American region encompasses over 16,000 destinations that are currently grossly underserved by OTA providers, making it a prime location for rapid growth. According to a study by global travel market research company Phocuswright, Latin America accounted for just three percent of global OTA market share in 2010, despite accounting for approximately seven percent of overall travel. This figure continues to rise, however. From 2010 to 2012, the region led all global markets in total growth.

Industry experts insist that the current lag in OTA penetration is a result of an underserved market. In 2012, less than 30 percent of all online booking in the Latin American region was completed using major players in the OTA industry, such as Priceline, Expedia and Travelocity. Instead, travelers opted for lesser-known OTAs that delivered customized support including native language prompts, diversified payment options and helpful local content.

“What this means, simply, is that… we now have the ability to establish a broader market presence ahead of advancing our niche focus – the underserved travel destinations of Central America and those Latin countries of the Caribbean,” continued Periera.

With similarly structured regional OTAs, such as Agoda, being acquired by major travel companies in recent years, the potential financial advantages of the Oveedia platform can’t be overstated. As Pure continues to move towards carving out a sizable share of the world’s most rapidly expanding online tourism market, the company could be in a strong position for regional acquisition in the years to come. In any case, increased financial commitment to the programming and software development of Pure’s booking engine makes it an intriguing time for investors of this growing company.

For more information on Pure Hospitality Solutions, visit www.purenow.solutions

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Stellar Biotechnologies, Inc. (SBOTF) Highlights the Effectiveness of Immune-Stimulating Protein at Immunology 2015 Conference

May 15, 2015

Stellar Biotechnologies recently posted its presentation from the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Immunologists to its corporate website. The poster presentation, entitled Measuring the Properties of Different Forms of Keyhole Limpet Hemocyanin (KLH) Reveals Important Differences, was authored by scientists Shuguang Bi, Ph.D., Laura Milbrandt and Catherine Brisson, Ph.D. The presentation highlights significant results from the company’s research studies on the immunogenicity of different forms and preparations of KLH.

KLH has been shown as an effective solution to stimulate anti-tumor immune responses that can destroy tumor cells and, as a result, is an active pharmaceutical ingredient in many new immunotherapies. This, along with the rapidly expanding interest in therapeutic vaccines for cancer, has created a significant biopharmaceutical market for KLH formulations. As an industry leader in the sustainable manufacture of KLH, Stellar outlined the significantly different properties found among different preparations of the protein. Through its studies, the company concluded that both subunit KLH (suKLH) and high molecular weight KLH (HMW KLH) have potential to be used as effective antigen carriers.

“We know that different forms of KLH can elicit different immune responses, so we are developing test methods to identify the suitable form of KLH for any given application,” stated Dr. Catherine Brisson, chief operating officer at Stellar. “Our goal is to improve the predictive outcome when using KLH as an immunotherapy vaccine carrier or diagnostic immunogen, whether in clinical or research applications.”

Currently, the valued protein is harvested exclusively from the giant keyhole limpet, a scarce marine mollusk naturally found in the rocky shallows along a limited stretch of the Pacific coastline extending from Monterey Bay, California, to Isla Asuncion, near Baja California. Using proprietary methods, facilities and technologies, Stellar is committed to meeting the growing commercial-scale demand for the protein, providing the company with unrivalled access to one of the industry’s most promising new prospects.

According to the National Cancer Institute, there are currently only two cancer vaccines approved for use in the United States, both designed to protect against infection by the two types of human papillomavirus (HPV) that are most commonly linked to cervical cancer. Since the introduction of these vaccines in 2006, the CDC reports that HPV prevalence has decreased by 56% among female teenagers. These promising results have increased the focus on potentially life-saving vaccines within the industry.

With a proprietary system for the development of KLH and increasingly definitive studies on the protein’s specific effects, Stellar is in a strong position to capitalize on its existing advantage moving forward. Look for the company to have a substantial impact on the pharmaceutical industry in the years to come.

For more information, visit www.stellarbiotech.com

Growblox Sciences, Inc. (GBLX) Prepares for Commercialization through Launch of New Subsidiary

Growblox Sciences earlier this week took a step toward the commercialization of its GrowBLOX™ technology suite through the establishment of Growblox Sciences Puerto Rico, LLC (GBS PR), a majority-owned subsidiary housed on the Caribbean commonwealth. The move comes on the heels of an executive order issued last Sunday by Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla authorizing the use of some or all controlled substances or derivatives of the cannabis plant for medical use. Through a collaboration with GrowBlox the island is now launching a clinical investigation into the use and production of medicinal cannabis.

“We are very excited by the timing of this announcement as it coincides with our continuing presence in Puerto Rico and our commitment to realizing significant fundamental growth this fiscal year,” Craig Ellins, CEO and chairman of Growblox, stated in the news release.

GBS PR immediately entered into a commercialization agreement with its parent company designed to accelerate the production and marketing of the company’s proprietary cultivation suite. Under this agreement, GBS PR was granted exclusive worldwide rights to produce, lease and license the GrowBLOX™ technology suite, including additional revenue streams for financing costs, training fees and maintenance services. As for the product, the agreement stipulates that GBS PR will sell cGMP-certified raw cannabis and hemp materials exclusively to its parent company for international resale or manufacturing processes.

Indications are promising that Growblox is ramping up its production efforts at the perfect time. According to a study by Pew Research Center, support for marijuana legalization is rapidly outpacing opposition, with a slim majority responding in favor of outright legalization in a 2015 survey. This public support is most clearly identifiable by studying the recent actions of state legislatures. Currently, nearly half of all states allow for the use of medicinal cannabis, and four states and the District of Columbia have passed measures to legalize marijuana use outright.

In an effort to streamline the launch of its new subsidiary, Growblox has appointed Cesar Cordero-Kruger, veteran entrepreneur and local philanthropist, as CEO of GBS PR. In addition to providing the first installment of financing required to launch the new company, Cordero-Kruger also purchased 2,820,000 shares of GBLX common stock. It is expected that the remaining funding required to launch the new subsidiary will be secured from investors on the island without any further cash investment by Growblox.

Under the management of Cordero-Kruger, GBS PR gains significant access to potential projects with the University of Puerto Rico. The new CEO formerly served as a professor of Statistics and Operations Management at the Rio Piedras Campus. As the island territory’s Health Secretary begins to form a report on how to implement the governor’s executive order, the new company’s ties to the island’s premier educational institution could give it a strategic advantage moving forward.

“For almost the past year Growblox has been exploring initiatives in Puerto Rico including potential projects with the University of Puerto Rico,” stated Ellins. “We are pleased to announce the leadership and support of a recognized figure such as Cesar.”

With an inside track on a new potential market, as well as continued advancement toward the commercialization of its product suite, Growblox is in a strong position to realize considerable growth in the coming months. Look for the company to continue establishing its presence in the medicinal cannabis industry for the foreseeable future.

For more information, visit www.gbsciences.com

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Pure Hospitality Solutions, Inc. (PNOW) Now an Official Member of the Renowned Sabre Travel Network

After fulfilling contractual obligations, Pure Hospitality Solutions says it is now a member of  the Sabre Travel Network and has secured its “prestigious” Pseudo City Code (PCC), enabling PURE’s OTA (Online Travel Agent), Oveedia, to “become a formidable industry competitor” in Latin America’s lucrative online travel market, which is expected to more than double to reach $80 billion in 2016.

The Sabre Corp., reputed to be the industry’s leading travel and tourism software company, provides support services to a large network of the industry’s most renowned players. Sabre’s multi-billion dollar travel network family includes American Airlines, American Express, Expedia, JetBlue and Travelocity, as well as lesser known but growing companies like Carlson Wagonlit Travel GetThere, and PURE’s Oveedia.

“I found a little piece of happiness when I read the opening paragraph of Sabre’s email to us, which concluded ‘…we are delighted that you are now a member of the Sabre Travel Network family’,” Melvin Pereira, president and CEO of PURE, stated in the news release. “Even during the time of the original FROL’s operation, never in the history of this company, have we been so close to really ‘breaking out.’ By ‘breaking out’, I mean, becoming a globally recognized online hospitality booking engine; actually carving out a significant share of the OTA marketplace. With Oveedia positioned to be the travel hub for large and underserved segments of the Latin market – specifically in Central America and the Latin countries of the Caribbean, if successful, Oveedia has ‘Acquisition’ written all over it. Now is the time.”

Sabre’s network provides Oveedia with access to more than 125,000 hotels, 400 airlines, 16 cruise lines and 25 car rental selections. Oveedia’s three-phase roll-out is scheduled to begin in the upcoming weeks, and in preparation PURE’s unique PCC is being fully integrated into the Oveedia platform. Oveedia’s PCC is the agency’s alpha-numeric identity used to associate bookings with its platform and to identify private fares available to the OTA.

“Today we have reached a true milestone – being certified under Sabre; effectively becoming a bona-fide online travel agent. With Sabre’s service support, we will surely become the Central American-Caribbean travel hub.  We will service over 16,000 underserviced vacation locations, routing travelers to hundreds of the region’s newly discovered destinations, while likely generating the type of billion dollar sales revenues that those companies which are a part of Sabre’s $7 billion Travel Network family are known to do,” stated Pereira.

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Growblox Sciences, Inc. (GBLX) is “One to Watch”

May 14, 2015

Growblox Sciences, a biopharmaceutical research and development company, is focused on creating safe, standardized pharmaceutical-grade cannabis-based therapies for various medical conditions. The company is pioneering technology, industry-leading processes, and a big data-driven clinical research and development algorithm to bring relief to patients in communities across the country.

The company’s GrowBLOX technology suite includes the TissueBLOX, GrowBLOX, and CureBLOX equipment. Together, these components provide unparalleled control and monitoring of cannabis cultivation throughout the plant’s life-cycle. These patent pending processes were designed to produce a safe and consistent cannabis product under cGMP guidelines. Utilizing a computer-regulated system that optimizes the nutrients, water, temperature, and gas levels, the GrowBLOX suite produces cannabis with more active ingredients per pound than traditional cultivation methods.

Also, based on an analysis of preclinical and clinical data from thousands of peer-reviewed studies, Growblox Sciences has identified the most effective profiles of cannabinoids and terpenes for the treatment of conditions within seven therapeutic categories. As a result of this extensive research and the analysis of the active ingredient profiles of 30,000 Cannabis strains in conjunction with a major testing lab, the company will be able to provide patients with natural cannabis strains containing the ideal ratios for treating specific diseases or symptoms.

Another significant advantage held by the company stems from an accelerated drug development program to finish in 3-5 years instead of the 15-20 years typically seen in traditional pharmaceutical development programs. Armed with an intellectual property strategy that takes full advantage of the design of the GrowBLOX technology suite and protects the valuable foundation laid, Growblox Sciences has positioned itself well for long-term success in the burgeoning cannabis space.

For more information, visit www.growblox.com

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Blue Like Neon Selects IFAN Financial, Inc.’s (IFAN) Payment Gateway to Enhance Customer eCommerce Capabilities

IFAN Financial, a designer, developer, and distributer of software to enable mobile payments, has been selected by Blue Like Neon to provide the digital branding agency with cutting-edge mobile payments solutions.

Blue Like Neon utilizes a multi-pronged market enhancement strategy designed to create campaigns that allow clients to better engage with their customers while increasing visibility and retention. IFAN Financial will deploy its mobile gateway to enhance this approach by providing Blue Like Neon with a social commerce platform that can be customized for each client’s unique needs.

“We believe the days of a ‘one size fits all’ approach to mobile commerce are over. Blue Like Neon is one of the leaders in providing the next generation of user experiences in the digital domain and we are honored to have been selected by them as an industry partner,” IFAN Financial’s president and CEO, J. Christopher Mizer, stated in the news release.

Blue Like Neon’s founding partner, Landis White, further explained how IFAN’s technology will complement the company’s existing platform.

“The flexibility and security features of IFAN’s solutions are very appealing to us and our clients. IFAN’s payment solution allows us to integrate state-of-the-art technology into the app and e-commerce architecture. The end result increases convenience and security while lowering costs. We view this as providing a significant competitive advantage,” White stated.

For more information, visit http://ifanfinancial.com

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Mobile Capabilities on Target with Broader Industry Innovation

Nearly everyone has a smartphone, and the capabilities of these revered devices is seemingly endless. But it wasn’t always so. In the early 2000s, the most extravagant cellphone features included email, fax and web browsing. Since then advancement has been rampant, and today you can use smartphones to video message someone on the other side of the world, pay your utility bills, or remotely control your home lighting system. The sky is the limit.

Consorteum Holdings has spent the last three years of the technological evolution developing relationships and licensing agreements needed to compete in the emerging mobile gaming market.

Through its mix of on-deck partnerships, license agreements and joint-venture revenue share arrangements, the company specializes in utilizing smartphone capabilities for the delivery of mobile content, mobile payment solutions and other products.

Consorteum’s approach is designed to enable ultimate flexibility when sourcing solutions to achieve smarter, faster deployment of technologies, competitive pricing, and the potential for new streams of revenue.

The company’s ThreeFiftyNine Inc. subsidiary is working with a software development team that previously designed the world’s first regulatory compliant mobile platform for delivery of gaming content created by a third party. The result of years of development and millions of engineering costs, the platform is the first generation software delivery platform for mobile devices. The technology is capable of delivering any digital content across any cellular network to any mobile device, a key differentiator that makes it possible for Consorteum to approach many different markets that are in the business of providing mobile connectivity and mobile content.

As the broader smartphone and technology industries continue to evolve in application and capability, Consorteum is pursuing mobile initiatives that benefit multiple business verticals. The company has designed its business initiatives to create repetitive transactions on an ongoing basis.

For more information, visit www.consorteum.com

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One World Holdings, Inc. (OWOO) Capturing Market Share in Dolls via Highly Unique & Ethnically Diverse Role Model Designs

May 13, 2015

Dolls make up one of the largest chunks of the roughly $22 billion U.S. market for traditional toys at around 10.5% of the overall space. Dolls did roughly $2.22 billion in 2013 and approximately $2.32 billion last year, representing a four percent growth rate according to market research company NPD Group’s (formerly National Purchase Diary) consumer panel tracking data, which is published by the Toy Industry Association. NPD Group is consistently ranked as one of the top 25 companies on the annual Honomichl Top 50 report covering Fortune 500 market research firms and thus the above data, which represents roughly 80% of the U.S. retail toy market, gives investors a very clear picture of the market’s size and growth.

While Mattel (NASDAQ: MAT) has historically been the dominant player in the doll market – owing to established brands like Barbie and newer, still-growing brands like Monster High, as well as temporarily hot but nevertheless exciting successes linked to Disney Princess brands like Frozen – their mainstay brand Barbie has been in significant decline since 2012 according to retailer panel data compiled by mass retail analyst firm Klosters Trading Corporation. Private company MGA Entertainment, known for their Bratz, Moxie Girlz, Rescue Pets plushies and lifelike baby dolls marketed through a partnership with Zapf Creation (ETR/FRA: ZPFK), has also seen substantial decline in recent years according to the Klosters data, clearly telegraphing how fragmented the doll market has become, a phenomena which has opened up substantial room for newer brands and concepts to grow and flourish.

One such company is One World Holdings, Inc. (OTC: OWOO), whose Prettie Girls! brand, developed and marketed under their subsidiary known as The One World Doll Project, continues to capture attention and retail space in the attractive and still niche market for ethnically diverse dolls, a segment that has been routinely, yet unsuccessfully courted by major sector players. The most recent example of how ham-fisted major players like Mattel have been in this area is the PR nightmare surrounding their Mexico-inspired Barbie for their “Dolls of the World” collection, which was lampooned by the media and consumers alike as essentially being a cynical cash-grab that reinforces a negative stereotype of Mexican women, with the doll wearing a fiesta dress, sporting a pink passport, and carrying a pet Chihuahua. The subsequent attempt to salvage their reputation by changing the doll to Mariachi Barbie has not met with the hoped-for success and this fiasco demonstrates the lack of savvy major doll market players have had when it comes to appealing to not only an increasingly ethnically diverse American population, but to global markets, where young girls seek role models they can identify with.

The Prettie Girls! brand on the other hand has won fast favor with consumers and industry players alike, stealing the show at the 112th North American International Toy Fair due to the well-defined characteristics and personalities of each doll, which, while being ethnically diverse, are not focused on that ethnicity so much as on the wonderful and inspiring personalities crafted for each doll. This ingenious and adept approach was masterminded by OWOO’s Stacey McBride-Irby, who used to be a project designer at Mattel and developed the sorority Barbie modeled on the first African-American Greek Sorority, Alpha Kappa Alpha, before leaving Mattel after a 15-year run in order to make dolls which fully live up to her motto that a “happy, inspired childhood creates happy, inspired, and powerful women.”

Part of the success at Toy Fair 2015 for OWOO was the introduction of the tween versions of the company’s Prettie Girls! brand, the Tween Scene dolls, which are aimed at directly representing preteen girls and bringing an array of even more approachable, ethnically diverse role models to younger girls. Also at the Toy Fair, OWOO received confirmation from the Walmart.com buying team that sales performance of their Prettie Girls! brand was quite positive and that the brand would be featured in Walmart’s Easter sales promotion, as well as via the Walmart.com special offers program for approved members. Similar retail deals have given the company a sizeable retail footprint already, with a distribution agreement between OWOO and online sales giant Amazon.com having recently been signed, and the Prettie Girls! brand finding their way onto shelves at such popular brick and mortar retailers as Toys “R” Us, which has over 870 stores in the U.S. and more than 725 stores worldwide, as well as at Texas-based H-E-B Grocery, which has over 350 stores across Texas and northern Mexico.

Rather than cynically pandering to various ethnicities, the Prettie Girls! and Prettie Girls! Tween Scene brands lovingly cater to the ambitions, career goals and positive values all girls should aspire to, celebrating the ethnic diversity and fashion style of each highly unique doll, but not in a heavy-handed way that ultimately turns consumers off. With characteristics like an emphasis on participating in after-school activities and clubs, or desire to help their communities, as well as getting good grades and taking their futures seriously, this brand of dolls is light years beyond the state of design on offer from the major players in the industry. These revolutionary design elements make OWOO a company investors should keep their eye on, especially as the company moves to further flesh out their growing retail footprint with promotional efforts like games and cartoon shows based on the dolls.

With a 532% YoY jump in revenues reported for fiscal year 2014, OWOO has proven that their mix of intelligent brand design and marketing efforts focused on media venues frequented by their core target demographics is a successful blend of product and presence.

Take a closer look by visiting www.oneworlddolls.com

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) Taps Opportunity in $1B Chemical Injection Market

The International Energy Agency (IEA) today projected that slowing North American oil production will cause non-OPEC supply growth to slow in 2015, though the agency raised its yearly forecasts of non-OPEC oil supply growth by 200,000 p/d to 830,000 p/d compared to last months’ report.

According to James Ketner, president and CEO Galenfeha, a manufacturer of chemical injection systems and other low environmental impact products, falling rig counts and balanced production levels means more oil producers are seeking efficiency. It also means potentially more business for the Texas-based company and its newest product.

“Although we have seen a reduction in exploration rig count over the last six months, production levels are remaining the same,” Ketner said in a recent statement. “This tells us that U.S. efficiency is on the rise. Shale producers have asked us to help them cut costs, and this latest addition to our product line helps meet these goals. We are happy to be directly assisting producers reduce costs while increasing production efficiency levels.”

Oil and gas producers are increasingly interested in efficient operations that minimize environmental impact – a feasible goal via a reduction in chemicals and highly accurate production.

Previous chemical injection methods are dated, operating similarly to the drip gas fuel delivery techniques of the early automotive industry. Galenfeha, however, has introduced a new and cutting-edge component to the nearly $1 billion North American chemical injection market.

Galenfeha’s recently launched intelligent chemical injection control system, iWaV, is comparable to modern, state-of-the-art computer controlled fuel injection systems. The product is an innovative supervisor control and data acquisition (SCADA) system specifically created for the control of chemical injection pumps.

Computer-controlled and highly reliable, the iWaV system enables optimization and management of production controls and is scalable for any size of operation, from remote stand-alone sites, allowing two-way communications with pumps and complete control of the entire system.

The result is lower monitoring and controlling costs throughout the pumping cycle, and highly efficient and cost effective well site management.

Galenfeha introduced the iWaV in late March 2015 and currently markets, services and sells the individual and complete systems via direct sales as well as established relationships with local and national distribution partners.

For more information, visit www.galenfeha.com

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Mobile Lads Corp. (MOBO) Looks to Expand Presence in the eCommerce Industry through Acquisition

Online retail revenue saw an 11 percent year-over-year growth rate for the first quarter of 2014, and online shopping retail sales are predicted to continue to grow steadily, reaching $370 billion domestically in 2017. These statistics, which come from Adobe’s CMO.com, highlight the massive growth potential available for companies within the ecommerce sector. Mobile Lads Corp. (OTCBB: MOBO), through its acquisition of Simbadeals.com, is in a strong position to capitalize on this potential, providing nearly limitless opportunity for expansion in the years to come.

Simbadeals gives shoppers the freedom to browse a wide variety of products from some of the world’s most sought-after brands. Leveraging existing partnerships with major retailers including Walmart, Sears Canada, Macy’s, Canon, Banana Republic and others, the site provides consumers with discounts of up to 80 percent as compared to the prices of competitors. By driving traffic with the aim of converting sales, Mobile Lads will receive up to 15 percent of all merchandise sales made through the website moving forward.

Unlike other online shopping destinations, Simbadeals is built upon a strong business model that incorporates a win/win structure for both consumers and retailers. Consumers receive access to brand name products at heavily discounted prices, while retailers are able to list items for no cost, only paying a commission on sales through the site. By placing all responsibility for payments, shipping, returns and fulfillment directly on the retailer, Mobile Lads maintains a significant revenue stream without the financial risks regularly associated with the retail industry. With access to over 400 blue chip retailers already on the United States site, Simbadeals is a scalable solution that provides Mobile Lads with potentially massive growth opportunity.

In 2014, online sales accounted for an impressive eight percent of total retail sales. According to a report by The American Genius, this number is expected to rise to as much as 11 percent by the end of this year. Through the acquisition of Simbadeals, as well as the continued development of complementary services such as Coubox, Mobile Lads is in a good position to capitalize on the booming industry.

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Loans4Less.com Inc. (LFLS) – Focused on Becoming a National Loan Origination Brand

Loans4Less.com Inc., an online mortgage brokerage firm, has been operating primarily in California for more than two decades. The company’s primary aim is to become a national loan origination brand platform for compliant residential mortgage programs and other consumer loans.

From its base, Loans4Less originates mortgage loans to the public via its website: Loans4Less.com. The company offers real estate brokerage services with very competitive rates, terms and costs, daily rate updates and other market information, and prides itself on honest and excellent service. It also counts on several wholesale lenders for its retail home loan programs.

The company’s retail mortgage platform is an attractive brand which has great potential for advertising mortgages and other consumer loans. This is one of the reasons why the company’s main focus is to quickly grow its revenues via smart and cost-effective advertising with a strategic bank broker national origination partner that will effectively build and expose the Loans4Less brand name in order to maximize shareholder value.

Most recently, in March 2015, Loans4Less entered into an acquisition agreement with 321LEND, Inc., a wholly-integrated consumer lending and peer-to-peer technology platform that can originate loans in volume to consumers seeking unsecured terms based on credit scores and other underwriting criteria. The Loans4Less-321LEND transaction is subject to closing conditions but, once complete, 321LEND will become a Loans4Less subsidiary, and the combined company will be able to originate mortgages and consumer loans, to build volumes, to swiftly gain market share and to uncover deeply attractive new consumer brands.

WestPark Capital, an investment banking and securities brokerage firm serving the needs of private and public companies as well as individual and institutional investors worldwide, is advising Loans4Less in finding a strategic community bank partner to launch its national mortgage broker origination efforts, to increase brand awareness and to assist in capital formation and planning.

For more information, visit www.Loans4Less.com

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Posts Q1 Business Highlights, Financial Results

International Stem Cell Corp., a California-based biotech company developing novel stem cell-based therapies and biomedical products, today issued a business update and posted its financial results for the first quarter of 2015.

Business updates for the first quarter of the year include:

• Completed the required preclinical studies and submitted a clinical trial exemption application to the Australian Therapeutics Goods Administration (TGA) to begin the phase 1/2a clinical study of the company’s cell therapy for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease. To be administered through the company’s wholly owned Australian subsidiary, Cyto Therapeutics Pty Ltd.

• Completed the manufacture of the bank of clinical-grade human neural stem cells for use in the Parkinson’s disease clinical trial. The cell bank contains more than 2.6 billion human cells, sufficient to meet the company’s foreseeable clinical trial requirements.

• Japan Patent Office granted International Stem Cell’s patent covering methods of making a bank of human stem cells from parthenogenetically activated eggs significantly strengthening and expanding the company’s intellectual property to now include Japan as well as the United States and the European Union.

“In the first quarter of 2015 we completed all the necessary preclinical studies of our Parkinson’s program and formally submitted our application to begin the first clinical study of this novel approach to treating this debilitating disease in humans,” Andrey Semechkin, Ph.D., CEO and Co-chairman of International Stem Cell, stated in the news release. “We continue to expect to make significant progress during the rest of 2015 towards our goal of providing a viable treatment options for people with Parkinson’s disease.”

On the financial side, International Stem Cell achieved first-quarter revenue of $1.62 million; Lifeline Skin Care increased 5% while Lifeline Cell Technology sales decreased by 8%. Operating income from cosmeceutical and biomedical markets grew 76% compared with the first quarter of 2014. Gross margin improved to 74%

The company narrowed its first-quarter 2015 net loss to $1.29 million compared to a net loss of $1.44 million reported in the year ago quarter. International Stem Cell ended the first quarter of 2015 with cash of $0.61 million.

For more information, visit www.internationalstemcell.com

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Growblox Sciences (GBLX) Announces Commercialization Initiative and Financing

Growblox Sciences, a biopharmaceutical research and development company with state-of-the-art technologies in plant biology and cultivation designed to produce consistent medicinal cannabis, announced today it has established Growblox Sciences Puerto Rico, LLC (“GBS PR”), a majority-owned subsidiary domiciled in Puerto Rico.

“As widely reported, Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla recently signed an executive order authorizing the production of medical cannabis. We are very excited by the timing of this announcement as it coincides with our continuing presence in Puerto Rico and our commitment to realizing significant fundamental growth this fiscal year.” Stated Growblox Sciences’ CEO & Chairman Craig Ellins.

In connection with its formation, GBS PR entered into a commercialization agreement with Growblox designed to accelerate the production and marketing of the Company’s proprietary cultivation suite. Growblox believes that the growing chambers and related equipment will facilitate the global manufacturing and distribution of cannabis and other plant-based medical solutions to combat a variety of clinically diagnosed health issues.

Under the commercialization agreement, GB Sciences Puerto Rico, LLC has been granted the exclusive world-wide rights to produce, lease and license the GrowBLOXTM technology suite, as well as the potential for other multiple revenue streams, including the financing of GrowBLOXTM technology suite units; fees for training and maintenance services, and diagnostic monitoring services during cultivation. Additionally, the agreement contemplates that GBS PR will sell cGMP-certified raw cannabis and hemp materials only to Growblox for international resale or manufacturing of cosmeceutical, nutraceutical, and pharmaceutical products.

Cesar Cordero-Kruger, veteran entrepreneur and local philanthropist, has been appointed CEO of the subsidiary. Mr. Cordero-Kruger has provided the first installment of the financing required to launch GBS PR operations from its new office in the capital of Puerto Rico, San Juan. Mr. Cordero-Kruger will own a minimum of 13% of the equity of Growblox Sciences Puerto Rico. It is intended by both Growblox and Mr. Cordero-Kruger that a minimum of $1,250,000 of funding for GBS PR will be provided by local sources on the island without any further requirement of cash investment by GBLX.

Mr. Cordero-Kruger has over 30 years of management experience in a diverse spectrum of businesses and academic environments. Since 1995 he has been a consultant for a major national drugstore chain, assisting with their expansion plans in Puerto Rico and the US Virgin Islands, resulting in the successful launch of over 60 new stores valuing approximately $500 Million in total development costs. He is a co-founder of General Management Assistant Corp. and was engaged by the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico’s Economic Development Administration on a variety of projects such as a feasibility analysis for the air cargo transportation industry, pilot’s school and air ambulance services in the Caribbean. Mr. Cordero-Kruger served as a professor of Statistics and Operations Management at the College of Business Administration of the Rio Piedras Campus, University of Puerto Rico, and was a system design, work measurement, and quality control professor at the Industrial Engineering department of the Polytechnic University of Puerto Rico.

Stellar Biotechnologies, Inc. (SBOTF) Significantly Trims Q2, Six-Month Losses on Higher Revenues

May 12, 2015

Stellar Biotechnologies, a leading manufacturer of Keyhole Limpet Hemocyanin (“KLH”), an important immune-stimulating protein used in wide-ranging immunotherapeutic markets, Monday posted year-over-year financial improvements for its second fiscal quarter and six months ended March 31, 21015.

“Stellar is pleased to issue this mid-year report which shows increased demand for our products, continued financial prudence, and the positive effect of continued focus on our core KLH business,” Stellar president and CEO Frank Oakes stated in the news release. “As KLH-based technologies advance through clinical development, we are excited to be in this strong position as the opportunities in the KLH market continue to grow.”

Stellar reported a second-quarter 2015 net loss of $426,164, or a loss of $0.01 per basic share, on revenue of $187, 627, a substantial improvement compared to a second-quarter 2014 net loss of $1.4 million, or a loss of $0.02 per share, on revenue of $114,371.

For the six months ended March 31, 2015, Stellar reported a net loss of $1.8 million, or a loss of $0.02 per share, on revenue of $400,288, an improvement over a net loss of $7.0 million, or a loss of $0.09 per basic share, on revenue of $173,196 for the comparable six months of 2014.

Revenue growth for both 2015 periods was due to an increase in customers and associated greater product sales volume.

As of March 31, 2105, Stellar reported cash and cash equivalents of $11.1 million, compared to $13.8 million at September 30, 2014. Net cash used in operating activities for the six months ended March 31, 2015, was $2.6 million, compared to $2.6 million for the same period in 2014. The company said it believes current cash will be sufficient to meet estimated working capital requirements and fund planned program development expenditures for at least the next 12 months.

As of March 31, 2015, Stellar had positive shareholders’ equity of $8.9 million and approximately 79.55 million shares outstanding, compared to shareholders’ equity of $10.5 million and approximately 79.42 million shares outstanding at September 30, 2014.

For more information, visit www.stellarbiotech.com

Sibling Group Holdings, Inc. (SIBE) Achieves Certification that Promotes Continued Growth in the California Education Market

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Sibling Group Holdings, through its subsidiary, Blended Schools Network (BSN), recently announced a major milestone in its efforts to expand its reach in the educational technology industry. Following the successful implementation of a personalized learning system at Mountain House High School in California, BSN achieved A-G certification for its high school courses throughout the state. Not only does this approval allow for future work within the Lammersville Unified School District, of which Mountain House is a part, but it also paves the way for partnership with any of the state’s schools, potentially providing the company with access to over 6.2 million enrolled students.

“The great thing about the Blended Schools Network curriculum is that it is completely modular,” stated Ben Fobert, Principal at Mountain House High School. “We are now implementing our first summer school classes this year using the BSN curriculum.”

Opening the door to further adoption in the country’s largest education system should pay dividends for Sibling Group moving forward. According to a report by the Center for Digital Education, the number of blended learning students in the state has increased by 74 percent in the past three years to over 150,000 students.

The success of BSN’s curriculum at Mountain House can be attributed to the company’s dedication to creating a transformational, personalized learning climate. By working in close collaboration with the school’s administration, Sibling Group was able to create a powerful proof of concept that should allow for significant strides towards increased market share moving forward.

Electronic learning’s immense benefits range from increased student engagement to differentiation of lessons in order to provide every student with the greatest probability of success. According to Forbes, many superintendents across the Golden State have noted these benefits and are now making the necessary moves to implement the revolutionary systems into their schools.

Among the superintendents who have navigated the regulatory hurdles of electronic learning implementation, reports have been both promising and exciting. This should drive the change towards increased adoption rates moving forward, providing Sibling Group with substantial opportunities for continued growth.

To learn more about Sibling Group Holdings, visit www.siblinggroup.com

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16th Annual B. Riley & Co. Investor Conference Underway

Research firm B. Riley & Co. kicked off its 16th Annual B. Riley & Co. Investor Conference this morning at Loews Hollywood Hotel and the Dolby Theatre – home of the Oscars – in Los Angeles. The two-day event features more than 250 public companies and numerous privately held firms that are showcasing their operations to an audience of institutional investors, corporate clients and high-net-worth individuals.

For a summary of each presenting company check out MissionIR’s special edition newsletter at: http://briley.missionir.com/MissionReport-briley15.html

In true Hollywood fashion, B. Riley assembled an A-list cast of companies spanning a wide range of industries, including consumer products, retail, restaurants, technology and telecom, media and entertainment, auto, semiconductors, aerospace and defense and more.

Attendees are privy to company presentations, one-on-one meetings, expert panels, networking opportunities and evening entertainment that includes “Big Fighters, Big Cause” Charity Fight Night where renowned boxing legends and celebrities will gather for food and fights benefiting the Sugar Ray Leonard Foundation.

Founded in 1991, B. Riley is a leading full-service investment bank that provides a full array of corporate finance, research, sales and trading services to corporate, institutional and high-net-worth clients.

Headquartered in Los Angeles, with offices in San Francisco, New York, and Newport Beach, the firm is recognized for its distinguished Equity Research. The firm’s investment banking services include merger and acquisitions advisory to public and private companies, initial and secondary public offerings, and institutional private placements.

For more information, visit http://brileyco.com

Car Monkeys Group (CKMY) Interchangeability Feature Opens Door to Wide Array of Vehicle Part Search Results

CarMonkeys.com is an emerging online cars, vans and SUV parts distributor in the USA. The company offers a vast selection of used parts for a wide range of vehicle makes and models. CKMY parts are competitively priced and supported by top-notch industry warranties. The company provides access to approximately a few hundred thousand parts for vehicles released between 1980 and 2013. Parts are ready to ship to a repair shop or address of choice.

With a mission to make the customer’s shopping experience easy and convenient, the company offers its site visitors a Part Finder that assists in locating the right parts for their vehicle. By simply selecting the vehicle year, make, model and engine type from the given checklist, site visitors are instantly presented with the parts and accessories specifically designed for the vehicle at hand. There is also an option to shop by part within a parts category.

In a move designed to bolster leadership from the C-Suite, the company recently appointed Donald Varshine as COO. Mr. Varshine was the Founder, President, & CEO of Integrated Global Logistics, a top 100 logistics company with a history in developing environments that achieve bottom line results. As an executive with extensive P & L management experience and knowledge in growing startup companies, Mr. Varshine is seen as a welcome addition to the company’s management efforts.

CKMY uses proprietary algorithms developed in 2008 by Mariusz Girt, the Company’s president. This algorithm enables the company to show its customers all parts that meet their specific needs. More advanced than normal search engines, the technology is considered intuitive as it accounts for the fact that many identical parts and assemblies are shared across multiple models, model years, and even across brands. The company knows that the majority of vehicle owners are unaware that parts from a completely different vehicle may be a perfect solution for their particular need. The CarMonkeys.com search capabilities are enhanced by offering this type of interchangeability in the results it produces and subsequently offers a wider array of customer choices.

For more information on the company, visit www.carmonkeys.com

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Growblox Sciences, Inc. (GBLX) Updates Communication Strategy with Launch of New Corporate Website

Growblox Sciences, a biopharmaceutical research and development company focused on the production of consistent medicinal cannabis, announced on Monday the launch of its new corporate website.

“We have navigated many obstacles in the process of refining our vision and gathering a complete understanding of the medicinal cannabis landscape,” stated Craig Ellins, the company’s Chief Executive Officer. “Growblox is here to cultivate an industry, not just a plant.”

The medicinal cannabis industry is continuing to expand, particularly in the United States. In addition to four states and Washington D.C. moving to legalize recreational use of cannabis in recent months, 19 states currently have laws on the books that allow for medicinal use of the plant. As public support for marijuana continues to rise, climbing to 55 percent in 2014, according to a survey by CNN, additional channels for scientific inquiry should allow the industry to flourish, particularly from a medicinal perspective.

With a focus on science and research, Growblox is in a strong position to grow with the industry. The company’s new website provides potential investors with an extensive supply of content regarding Growblox’s operating divisions: GB Sciences, GB Solutions and GB Products.

GB Sciences, led by the company’s Chief Science Officer, Dr. Andrea Small-Howard, is responsible for regulatory, compliance, clinical trials, product claim validation and new drug discovery. GB Solutions focuses on logistical details of the company under the leadership of Puerto Rican business leader Cesar Cordero-Kruger. GB Products, which is currently scheduled for launch by the end of Q3 2015, will handle product design and marketing efforts under the leadership of Growblox Co-founder Lucas Marin.

Through the launch of its new corporate site, Growblox is initializing a new communication strategy designed to target potential partners and investors. This plan should allow the company to continue to increase market share in the fast growing medical cannabis space. By merging state-of-the-art technologies in plant biology, cultivation and post-production processes, the company is pioneering industry-leading processes to produce safe, consistent medical cannabis. With the increasing demands of the industry, Growblox should be in a strong position to make significant strides moving forward.

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Galenfeha, Inc. (GLFH) Proven, Robust, Scalable & Safe LFP Battery Tech Could Emerge as Major Player in Increasingly Hot “Powerwall” Market

Galenfeha, which was recently in the news for their acquisition of DayLight Pump, the manufacturer of an extremely accurate chemical injection pump for the $1 billion plus domestic oil and gas production market, has been receiving increasing attention in the investment community of late thanks to their advanced lithium iron phosphate (LiFePO4, or LFP) battery technology. The announcement by electric car maker Tesla of a new company division focused on developing home-based and business-based backup batteries, amid a growing push to develop gigawatt-hour, utility scale systems, has sent analysts scrambling for battery solutions that have improved overall performance. In what is now seen as a potentially disruptive niche market, with Tesla’s Powerwall having become sold-out within the first week after its debut (through mid-2016), the hunt is on for solutions that could compete with or replace Tesla’s existing lithium-ion array technology, which is based on cheap, off-the-shelf lithium cobalt oxide batteries, combined with proprietary internal connection and cooling systems.

A company like Galenfeha, which has an established reputation throughout the demanding oil and gas industry for their robust DLP-P (pneumatic), DLP-S (solar powered) and state-of-the-art, SCADA compliant iWAV chemical injection pumps, as well as their rock-solid oilfield battery solutions, is a natural play here with their durable, long-lasting LFP battery solutions. Given that an oilfield battery must often withstand extreme heat, shock and vibration, and that its enclosure must be rugged enough to stand up to punishing weather, yet also be compact enough that its form factor/footprint can be easily positioned within an already confined tool space, the move to prosumer grade battery systems is a no-brainer. Having already cut its teeth in the challenging oilfield battery backup space, Galenfeha’s LFP systems are a shoe-in for creating arrays for either the home/business or large-scale utility markets.

The potential for home-based battery systems in particular, which would buy electricity off the grid when it is cheapest, or which would collect and store electricity from solar and other alternative energy sources, could completely transform the existing utility company energy paradigm, which is dominated by centralized production and distribution. A distributed energy solution using backup batteries for homes and businesses is quite attractive for a variety of reasons. But this approach could be revolutionary for countries like India, which has a long history of overloaded national grid failures and a sprawling population that covers huge physical territories, making a distributed energy solution based on localized production and backup storage a handy fix. Even if the existing grid weren’t molded into a localized production paradigm, backup battery systems for the home and grid could resolve the underlying problems handily, while also helping to offset the need to create additional pollutive energy production facilities in regional markets.

As promising as this distributed energy model is, the standard off-the-shelf lithium cobalt oxide (LiCoO2) batteries Tesla uses in their cars, whilst having a high energy density (or the amount of energy per cell), are not as safe as LFP batteries, which are inherently safer due to the thermal stability of the iron cathode. Moreover, LFP batteries have a longer shelf life, with better power density (or the rate at which energy can be drawn from them) and even rival standard lithium cobalt oxide batteries when it comes to energy density over their lifetime, due to a much slower rate of capacity loss. These factors make LFP technology ideally suited for backup battery systems aimed at the home and business markets, where the thought of a fire or even just prematurely dissipated charge could be hurdles for getting mass market consumers to sign on the dotted line. Given the response to Tesla’s Powerwall however, a relatively boutique solution at $3k for a single 7kWh unit, the potential for the broader consumer market in such systems seems obvious. Whoever builds a better, cheaper mousetrap for this emerging space could become one of the hottest companies of the 21st century, especially if the model really takes off globally.

It is currently quite difficult to hook up rooftop solar to a home’s internal wiring, but the emergence of backup battery systems could act as a go-between, with the internal workings of such backup systems effectively bridging the gap, putting rooftop solar and other small-scale alternative energy solutions within striking distance for the average consumer. The capacity of such systems to stockpile cheap energy and then use it during peak hours to run the home or business could change the way we think about electricity forever. Galenfeha’s LFP technology, already established in the oilfield industry, has also already earned its spurs in the $524 million plus domestic golf cart/NEV (neighborhood electric vehicle) market, where the company’s batteries, like their 40AH and “powerhouse” 120AH 12V units, have fast found favor. The company’s success in these markets has been due in large part to their battery’s extremely long shelf life, environmentally friendly design, enhanced ease of maintenance and re-charge characteristics, as well as the ability to leave them sit for extended periods of inactivity without the fear of substantial discharge. The reduction of demand on the motor is also a big advantage here, as with around 25 percent lower requirements, the motor enjoys a longer lifespan due to the higher overall efficiency.

Beyond the electrochemistry and design of the company’s LFP batteries is Galenfeha’s proprietary battery management system (BMS), which allows for 10 percent lower discharge rates when the unit is dormant, remote monitoring of the battery status via the same protocol that is used in many cell phone standards (radio communication channel access, or CDMA), protection of the battery’s cells from overcharge or discharge damage, and active cell balancing. The BMS is able to ensure that the product’s lifespan is maximized and that it is always operating in a safe state. Paramount features for any home or business considering moving towards the new and rapidly emerging standard of battery backup, which also confers the obvious advantages of providing an uninterruptable energy supply, something which can be crucial for many industries, like data centers and server farms.

The ability to rival diesel gensets on a cost per kWh basis and eventually pull ahead thanks to logistical and technical factors, could make chargeable battery backup systems targeting the home and business markets a serious play for investors who are looking to get in at the ground floor of a rapidly emerging sector. Galenfeha could become one of the key players thanks to their advanced, proven, and robust LFP battery tech. The company’s advantages are considerable, since their technology is ideal for both small and large applications out of the box, thanks to the ease with which it can be scaled into large arrays safely, without the need to develop proprietary cooling systems or battery-to-battery connection solutions.

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