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Inventergy Global, Inc. (INVT) Adds Muscle to Market-Significant IP Assets

March 20, 2015

Inventergy is a Silicon Valley-based intellectual property (IP) licensing partner specializing in IP value creation. The Nasdaq-listed company focuses on identifying, acquiring and licensing patented technologies to enable market-significant technology companies to monetize and achieve more value from their innovations.

Industry veteran Joe Beyers, who led global licensing for Hewlett-Packard for 34 years, now leads a team of professionals with more than a century of combined experience and track record of handling more than $15 billion in IP and technology transactions. Leveraging this swathe of expertise, Inventergy covers every aspect of the IP business, from valuation and branding through legal analysis and patent sales.

Inventergy recently signed a $2 million patent agreement with a mid-tier telecommunication technology company engaged in IP multimedia subsystems (IMS) solutions. The deal provides a five-year license on two of Inventergy’s portfolios, which include 56 patent families comprised of more than 250 patents and patent applications. In total, Inventergy’s portfolio stands at more than 760 global patent assets.

Building an asset portfolio of this size takes strategic maneuvering when it comes to funding. In February 2015, Inventergy and Fortress Investment Group extended their existing business relationship and signed a $3 million financing deal that enables Inventergy to establish flexible payment terms with its IP licensees as well as additional capital to advance key licensing initiatives.

Forrester Research estimates that U.S. firms waste $1 trillion each year in underutilized IP assets by failing to achieve full value through partnerships. Inventergy’s approach to tighten this market sag is to work collaboratively with patent holders in the telecommunications sector to create portfolios with significant market potential and optimize overall return-on-investment.

Using existing business relationships, a solid licensing model, and a growing portfolio of assets, Inventergy seeks to expand its presence by pursuing maturing technologies already adopted in the marketplace and earning accretive value.

For more information, visit www.inventergy.com

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eCareer Holdings, Inc. (ECHI) – Targeting Target Acquisition Gaps

March 19, 2015

eCareer Holdings is a Florida-based Internet marketing company that intends to provide the most effective job advertising platforms in the market by developing and marketing branded career websites focused on specific Internet job verticals.

eCareer Holdings gives emphasis to the use of top-quality technology to tackle the high demand for skilled human capital in certain sectors, while drawing in major clients with large advertising budgets. The company caters to staffing and recruiting firms, Fortune 2000 companies, U.S. government agencies, professional employer organizations and human resources outsourcing organizations.

In addition to career websites, eCareer Holdings develops and operates job communities and job advertising platforms. The company’s site offers industry news, niche-specific content, webinars, events and training programs, consolidated industry statistics and social media groups. The company also offers a Talent Acquisition System that allows employers, recruiters, staffing agencies, consulting firms and marketing professionals to target and reach audiences through relevant professional information.

eCareer Holdings launched its first site, Openreq.com, in January of 2013. Since then, the site has become a leading news source for staffing, recruiting and human resources professionals. In the past year, eCareer Holdings analyzed Openreq.com’s traffic, recognized its incredible promise and moved to completely revamp the site, adding a powerful job board platform and a “viral news” design. These changes have swiftly delivered significant traffic increases and positive feedback from job advertisers and industry professionals, as indicated below:

1. The re-launch of Openreq.com last November revealed a new “viral news” content format which, in a few months span, has already collected hundreds of positive comments from members of the staffing, human resources and recruiting community.

2. Subscriptions to Openreq’s “Daily News” have also grown substantially with over 20,000 daily news subscribers.

3. Lastly, the site’s new jobs section has also driven response rates up to four times higher than the leading national job board. This section provides clients with exceptional outreach to top HR, staffing and recruiting professionals within the Openreq community as well as on the TheJobNetwork, the largest recruitment ad network of job sites in North America.

For more information, visit www.ecareer.com

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Sibling Group Holdings, Inc.’s (SIBE) 21st Century Approach to the Global Learning Curve

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Among all the words you could use to describe the sentiment of business, technology or even education in the 21st Century, a handful of them would likely be innovation, reinvention, convenience, progression and digital. Educational technology company Sibling Group Holdings is a prime example of how today’s businesses are using any combination of these century staples to harpoon learning opportunities for future generations.

Sibling Group, through its wholly owned subsidiary Blended Schools Network (BSN), represents the full convergence of digital and education. BSN provides benchmark-quality online curriculum for K-12 schools, as well as professional development for teachers, complete course authoring tools, and learning management system (LMS) administration and support. BSN offers 212 different online courses, serving more than 160 school districts with more than 300,000 course enrollments last year.

The concept of “distance learning” or “e-learning,” as it’s often called, has been part of the broader academic environment for quite a while, but is increasingly gaining more traction as a preferred, innovative means of education.

IBIS Capital has forecast 15-fold growth in the e-learning market over the course of the next decade and suggests that under certain circumstances the transition to digital education may be quicker and more disruptive than ever experienced in the media industry.

While BSN solely offers K-12 classes at this time, it’s worth noting the growth of online higher education enrollment as a barometer of online learning’s increasing popularity.

According to data from Online Learning Survey, 1.6 million students enrolled in a higher education online course in the fall of 2002. By 2012 that number spiked to 7.1 million, representing compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 16.1%. For comparison purposes, the reports shows that the overall higher education student body grew at CAGR of a more shallow 2.5% – from 16.6 million in 2002 to 21.3 million for 2012.

There are several components to the allure of online learning opportunities. Not only does online learning provide immeasurable convenience for students, it also reduces the cost of education and increased the ability to personalize education.

As a progressive company with a highly experienced management team, Sibling Group is uniquely positioned to further expand its portfolio through additional acquisitions and fundamental growth to be a leader in education transformation creating high-quality lifelong learning options for the global marketplace.

Evidencing the company’s aggressive push for global saturation, Sibling Group recently entered into a strategic partnership and completed of a $3.75 million funding from Shenzhen City Qianhai Xinshi Education Management Co., a People’s Republic of China LLC, and other accredited and institutional investors. The strategic investment is intended to accelerate Sibling Group’s penetration into critical strategic markets around the world.

In addition, Sibling Group’s Urban Planet Mobile™ (“UPM”) subsidiary has signed a deal to implement its web-based writing practice tool, Writing Planet™, through a partnership with Integrative Counselling Services Limited to work with Lok Sin Tong Schools in Hong Kong, China, and also recently launched a partnership with India-based Trio Tech, a mobile solutions company, and VMS India, a subsidiary of VMS Communications, representing the company’s first distribution partnership in India.

For more information, visit www.siblinggroup.com

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Following One World Holdings, Inc.’s (OWOO) Pursuit toward Global Expansion

In little more than five years, founders of The One World Doll Project have transformed a mere idea for retail diversification into a product line that is rapidly gaining national publicity and market penetration via growing distribution, celebrity partnerships and an unmatched industry endorsement.

Subsidiary of One World Holdings, The One World Doll Project was founded by Trent T. Daniel and former Mattel® doll designer Stacy McBride-Irby as a way to quite literally change the face of the doll industry. The Prettie Girls!™ collection of play dolls are diverse in ethnicity, interests and style, individually fashioned to promote positive values and attributes. The line of dolls is about more than just looks; “Prettie” is an acronym for Positive, Respectful, Enthusiastic, Truthful, Talented, Inspiring and Excellent.

That same meticulous measure used in the name is currently applied in the company’s commercialization and marketing of the doll line.

Available for sale at Amazon.com, H-E-B, Wal-Mart, Toys R Us, Wayfair, Sears.com and Doll Genie, Prettie Girls! have garnered recognition by hard-hitting media outlets such as CNN, Fox, BET, USA Today, the Houston Business Journal, the Wall Street Journal, Parade and Huffington Post as well as international outlets CBC Radio in Canada and the UK’s Papusilemele.com.

Strategic celebrity partnerships also helped spread word of The One World Doll Project’s toy products.

In 2013, the company released its first celebrity collectors doll modeled after supermodel Cynthia Bailey from The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Since the release of her doll Cynthia and the doll have been showcased on The Arsenio Hall Show, What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and The Bethenny Show.

Similarly, in January 2015 the company announced that its first celebrity collectors doll of 2015 will be The Vivica A. Fox Prettie Girls! Collectors Doll.

The Prettie Girls! line and collector dolls also piqued the interest of legendary doll designer Robert Tonner who after meeting company representatives at the 2014 Toy Fair endorsed the Prettie Girls! line saying:

“As a person who has been creating collectors and fashion dolls for over thirty years, I can greatly appreciate the time, attention to detail and most importantly the expense that goes into delivering a high quality product like The Prettie Girls! dolls. It is apparent that there was no cutting of corners and that is commendable. … I truly look forward to seeing the Prettie Girls! dolls on shelves everywhere and as far as your collector’s dolls, I am a loyal customer and fan! I am very pleased that you are making such a big difference and I certainly would be open to and interested in collaborating with you on a project at some point in the future.”

Read the full endorsement here: http://oneworlddolls.com/robert-tonner

And collaborate they did. In February 2015 The One World Doll Project released images its newest line, The Prettie Girls! Tween Scene developed in partnership with The Tonner Doll Company.

The Prettie Girls! Tween Scene is a line of 16-inch dolls created as younger versions of the current Prettie Girls! line with two new additions: Hana, an Asian American and Alexie, a Caucasian. Other dolls in the Tween Scene line include Lena an African-American, Dahlia a South Asian, Kimani an African native and Valencia who is Hispanic American.

So what’s next for The One World Doll Project? Company CEO Corinda Joanne Melton in a previous news release hinted at future endeavors such as “licensed projects of memorable comic book characters of color.” In the meantime, the company continues to gain media exposure and expand its retail distribution as it reaches toward its ultimate pursuit of expanding worldwide.

For more information, visit www.oneworlddolls.com

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Falcon Crest Energy, Inc. (FCEN) Nears Completion of Exploration Plan for Rocky Ford Field Play

As Falcon Crest Energy nears completion of the development of its exploration plan for its working interest in Rocky Ford Field, the company is preparing to make big waves in one of the most active oil and gas drilling regions on the planet.

Falcon Crest leased the property, which is located in Crook County, Wyoming, from the United States government in September 2014. In early February, the company announced that it had secured a 100 percent working interest in the pivotal land package. Big expectations for the property have both executives of the developmental stage oil and gas company and investors excited for Falcon Crest’s short-term growth potential, and industry statistics seem to validate their optimism.

Ranging from Southern Canada to Northern Wyoming, the Bakken formation has been the site of an unprecedented oil boom in recent years. Since 2009, the number of producing wells in the region has grown by over 1000 percent, according to official reports from the North Dakota State Government. Falcon Crest’s working interest, which lies on the outskirts of the Bakken formation, could be among the most profitable of all drilling locations in the area.

Unlike the majority of Bakken oil deposits, which require complicated and expensive drilling techniques, the outlook for Falcon Crest’s play remains promising, even in the face of lower oil prices. According to Patrick Johnson, Chief Executive Officer of Falcon Crest, the company’s play has shallow drilling depths, making it a safe option to explore even with decreasing market costs.

“We believe we can do very well even at $50 oil,” stated Johnson, “and believe the markets will soon be turning to these kinds of conventional non-shale, non-fracking opportunities.”

Falcon Crest is in a strong position to capitalize on falling oil prices, as experts in the industry predict a shift back towards more conventional drilling locations in order to cut down on production costs. As the company continues working in line with its strategy to maximize its production capacity, expect Falcon Crest to make major leaps in the oil and gas industry in the coming years.

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

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Resort Savers, Inc. (RSSV) Continues Growing Portfolio of Environmental & Efficiency-Focused Solutions for Petroleum Recovery & Refinery Industries

Resort Savers is rapidly positioning itself to capture substantial market share in China’s government-mandated campaign to clean up the petroleum industry and solve the problems of increasing environmental pollution. The $2 million, 20% acquisition of Texas-based Worx America in February of 2015, which is a developer of proprietary environmental engineering technologies geared towards the energy sector, including sophisticated industrial robotics designed to safely and efficiently remove the need for human labor in hazardous environments, is the latest example of the company’s continuing mission to deliver cutting-edge solutions for China’s oil and refinery market, as well as the broader global market. Given that the keynote for this year’s China Assembly Conference at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Beijing this September, put on by the most senior and influential network of oil and gas executives in the world, the Oil Council, is New Energy and Environmental Policy/Regulation to Encourage Further Investment into China’s Oil and Gas Industry, a great deal of industry focus in coming years is shifting to the environmental cleanup and protection sector.

China’s refining sector is currently dominated by the two big national oil companies, Sinopec and China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC), collectively accounting for over 70% of capacity, so it is no surprise that the Xi Jinping administration’s recent moves to clean up the sector have been seen by companies like RSSV as huge opportunities for growth. Resort Savers is eyeing this sizeable market, which is set to grow at around 15% per year, as well as the broader petroleum recovery industry, for areas where their acquired and/or licensed technologies and solutions can be readily distributed and marketed. Given the top-down nature of new technology adoption within the Chinese national oil company (NOC) and state-owned enterprise (SOE) dominated sectors of petroleum recovery and refining, the opportunity for Resort Savers’ technologies could be enormous if they are chosen to fill vital roles.

China is the number two fuel consumer behind the U.S. globally and added some 723k bbls/day of processing within the last four years alone according to Shanghai-based consultant firm ICIS-C1 Energy. The country is expected to add another 500k bbls/day of capacity this year, topping up overall output to around 14 million bbls/day total according to CNPC (78% of current U.S. capacity according to Bloomberg), with another 602k bbls/day to be added during 2016, or roughly as much as the capacity from the largest refining complex in the U.S. each year.

The recent reception by Worx America of a provisional utility patent on a new blow out preventer (BOP) and BOP seal testing system, which includes improvements to the system’s electronic sensing capabilities, its high-speed motion controller and optimizations to the thermal transfer components, as well as the system’s proprietary software, further enhances the company’s already solid footing in the petroleum recovery and refining sectors. Work on the testing system stretches back several years and a considerable amount of R&D has already gone into this ingenious solution, which is controlled and monitored by a touchscreen interface from inside a control room at the well site, meaning workers can fully evaluate BOP safety without being placed in harm’s way. BOPs are crucial parts of oilfield operations and so it is extremely important to fully test the seals ahead of time, in order to make sure they don’t fail when in use and the Worx America BOP testing system should see significant traction as onshore and offshore enhanced oil recovery technologies continue to proliferate.

Another of the efficient robotic solutions developed by Worx America is their computer-controlled tank cleaning system designed initially for the petrochemical industry, but suitable for handling a wide variety of above and underground storage tanks, railcars, trucks, roll-off and tanker trailers, as well as standard ISO tanks. This brilliant little robotic system can connect snugly to nearly any container opening and is fully programmable to suit the individual needs of any given client, no matter what the size of their container, tank or vessel is, and it is powered by a mix of hydraulics, nitrogen and explosion-proof electrical components, making it ideal for use in hazardous petrochemical industry and similar applications. This robotic cleaner is ideal for scouring out oil tanks and can be used to economically recover clean oil from waste sludge, directly translating into improved profit margins and overall operational efficiency, making the system a shoe-in for adoption by Chinese NOCs and SOEs who are looking to clean up their act and improve performance at the same time, as demanded by increasingly strict government regulations.

Worx America also develops and produces industrial control panels, advanced hydraulic power units and enhanced motion control solutions for clients throughout the Gulf Coast, and the company even specializes in upgrading legacy industrial system with newly fabricated automation components. In addition to providing comprehensive technical support to its clients in the petroleum industry throughout the Gulf Coast deposits, Worx America also maintains a 6k square foot sales, service and production facility in the heart of Houston.

Learn more about the company by visiting www.resortsaversinc.com and www.worxamerica.com

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Car Monkeys Group (CKMY) is a Rising Star in Attractive Used Auto Market

Wyckoff, New Jersey headquartered Car Monkeys Group has risen rapidly over just a handful of years to become a recognized brand name providing consumers immediate access to a massive portfolio of hundreds of thousands of run and tested, low-mileage car, van and SUV parts for a wide variety of 1980 to 2013 vehicle makes and models, via their easily searchable CarMonkeys.com website. Whether customers are looking for engine, rear axle, transfer case and transmission assembly parts for an ’88 Alfa Romeo 2000 series or a Range Rover from 2011, Car Monkeys offers an extremely inexpensive alternative to trying to find new parts and they have won over consumers by being able to ship direct from one of their multiple distributors and auto dismantling centers across the country.

The CKMY brand readily evokes the “grease monkey” idiom, tapping into the established wisdom among savvy consumers that such mechanics have an uncanny knack for getting into the small spaces and fixing problems that would be too difficult for others to address, or for being able to get their hands on hard to find parts. By offering great deals on often hard to get parts, Car Monkeys Group brand presence has grown by leaps and bounds. New and repeat business keeps coming in the door as well thanks to exceptional part quality, an up to 5-year unlimited miles warranty that is unheard of in the industry, a generous no-hassle 30-day return policy, and free shipping to anywhere within the continental United States. With helpful customer service like this and a website that makes it easy for customers to find the part they are looking for, the CKMY brand has easily found a firm footing among new and repeat customers looking to get more life out of their older vehicles, or breathe new life into a classic chassis.

This is a solid industry to be in too, given that the used car business is quite hot by most estimations; a seemingly indisputable reality that is pushing even new car dealers further and further into the game, as they double-down on used vehicle sales in search of higher profit margins. According to National Automobile Dealers Association data from last year, the average used car brought in a 96% higher gross profit than the average new car and the gap widened even further in the preceding year, with average gross profit on used cars up 13% as new car gross profits fell by 7%. Across the industry in that same year, aggregate sales of used vehicles far outweighed new car sales by nearly 170%, with some 42 million vehicles sold, including those sold by independent dealers and individuals.

The used car market is still largely untapped by new car dealers and as this trend increases, with dealers even opening used-only stores in some cases, the market for used parts will likely see continued robustness. Moreover, dealers are looking for the service and parts business, as well as the repeat customers generated through this vector. This is increasingly true as new car margins continue collapsing by comparison, a phenomenon driven in large part by the ubiquity of readily available pricing data on the internet. Growth metrics in the used part wholesaling industry will continue to bring players like CKMY choice returns and the immediate future looks bright for used car parts wholesaling in general, according to a report out last year by IBIS World, which pegged the sector at around $3 billion in revenues, having grown at a steady CAGR of around 0.7% over the past five years. The broader online aftermarket new parts sector gives investors a good reticule for sighting the online used part market’s growth as well. The Hedges & Company projections from late last year on the sector, where they indicated online sales would exceed $6 billion in 2015, after having broken through the $5 billion mark in 2014, gives us a good view of the baseline drivers for online selling in particular.

Adding to this trend’s impact on the used part market is the fact that automobiles are the most recycled consumer product in the world today and there is increasing demand from consumers to reduce the environmental impact of the industry through reducing, recycling, and reusing. Automotive recycling is now increasingly seen as a key, more affordable and therefore consumer accessible parallel to buying new energy efficient cars like hybrids and fuel cell vehicles. Automotive recycling is increasingly seen as a vital part of an overall solution for environmentally conscious consumers, with considerable capacity to delimit the industry’s contribution to air and water pollution, as well as the generation of solid waste. Another key trend here is the growing interest by consumers, particularly in North America, when it comes to restoring older vehicles and building souped-up classic cars. All of these factors are contributing energy to the surging demand for high quality used parts and Car Monkeys Group is poised to capture a great deal of that momentum with their user-friendly approach and easy to use website.

CKMY has quickly emerged as a valued player in this still largely underdeveloped niche of the broader $48 billion auto parts store market here in the United States (IBIS World). With this broader market clearly consolidating as the top four players (roughly 65% of industry revenue in 2015) continue to execute M&A activity, such as when Advance Auto Parts (NYSE:AAP) bought up General Parts International early last year to become the biggest auto parts retailer in NA, valuations for firmly established used parts retailers like Car Monkeys Group are expected continue to benefit accordingly.

Take a closer look by visiting www.carmonkeys.com

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Mobile Lads Corp. (MOBO) ‘Coubox’ is Hand-in-Glove Fit for Booming M-Commerce Market

The proliferation of smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices is changing our lives in many ways. Everything from how we conduct research to how we evaluate and buy products and services online is being impacted. It is no longer optional to be mobile-ready. Internet retailers that ignore the demands and buying habits of their mobile customers risk losing business they work so hard to gain. The mobile phenomenon isn’t isolated to e-commerce, either. This shift in consumer behavior represents a bigger trend that all business owners must face head-on.

As if there was an industry that was seemingly built for a company, it would be the match between m-commerce and Mobile Lads Corp. (OTC: MOBO). As a case in point, the company recently announced the launch of CouBox, an online platform that syncs the coupon industry with mobile age technology. The CouBox brand gives the merchant the ability to list coupon items in a format so that they can easily be recovered by the consumer. The application intends to move toward the creation and management of consumer-centric incentives through a website and mobile application.

CouBox is now in position to become a smart way for consumers to search for items on sale in a clutter-free environment that to date has been known for complicating current industry processes. The consumer can now quickly search for the items they need, brands and stores and then clip items directly to their mobile accounts to be used at a later time at their convenience.

Michael Paul, president of Mobile Lads, said, “We are excited to launch this new platform, and look forward to the potential growth it creates for our company. Value-conscious consumers are using smartphones for online browsing, shopping and virtual coupons. CouBox efficiently delivers an enhanced experience to the Consumer while enabling merchants to heighten visibility of their sale items and offerings via direct access to the Consumer.”

MOBO designs and markets wide-area wireless transaction software solutions for the consumer finance, web and health payment processing sectors. The company’s solutions give access to time-sensitive information and data on multiple network standards. Mobile Lads’ products and services are centered on core technologies that simplify and secure online two-way transactions.

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

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Gilla, Inc. (GLLA) Working with Industry Leaders to become a Major Player in the Growing E-Cigarette Industry

March 18, 2015

The electronic cigarette market is in the midst of a major boom. According to reports from the CDC, the number of smokers who used e-cigarettes in 2011 was approximately 21 percent, an increase of over 10 percent from the previous year, and the market has shown no signs of slowing down. Gilla, Inc. (OTCQB: GLLA), through its line of e-cigarettes, vaporizers and related accessories, is preparing to capitalize on the industry’s rapid growth in big ways.

Using a vaporized liquid solution to achieve a more authentic smoking experience, e-cigarettes are increasingly being considered as a healthier alternative to conventional tobacco products. By eliminating the harmful, cancer-causing toxins that are synonymous with burning tobacco and tar, the electronic devices have developed a loyal following that is expanding at record rates.

The growing influence of Gilla and the electronic cigarette market as a whole has begun attracting influential investors ranging from big tobacco companies to Silicon Valley entrepreneurs. With its impressive revenue totals to close out 2014, the company is positioning itself well to capitalize on the market’s growing popularity.

In addition to a monthly subscription service known as Charlie’s Club, Gilla is expanding into new markets through the use of its specialized turnkey e-cigarette solutions, which are collectively referred to as the company’s white label strategy. Through this program, the company provides clients with a means to improve branding and product offerings while simultaneously handling distribution and supply chain management.

In February, the company announced an exclusive agreement with an established e-cigarette brand in the United Kingdom to help broaden its customer base while providing supply chain management services. Gilla expects to use its turnkey solutions in collaboration with other existing brands in order to develop a significant and consistent revenue stream in the coming years.

“Our turnkey solutions provide our clients with the opportunity to focus on their sales, marketing and account management to grow their business and distribution network,” stated J. Graham Simmonds, Chief Executive Officer of Gilla. “We continue to have discussions with other existing E-cigarette brands and see this developing into a significant pipeline for Gilla.”

Despite the company’s lengthy sales cycle, the early indicators are extremely positive for Gilla’s unique approach to the electronic cigarette market. By entering into exclusive agreements with existing brands, the company can rapidly expand into lucrative markets around the globe without the need to dramatically increase marketing costs.

With operating costs remaining relatively steady into the young year, the company forecasts an exciting period of growth in the months to come. In addition to searching out additional white label clients, Gilla is expecting to improve upon the record-setting revenue figures it recorded in 2014. By maximizing its potential on a worldwide basis, it is anticipated that the company will achieve profitability later this year.

Gilla’s unique approach to the e-cigarette industry puts the company in a great strategic position to realize strong growth.

For more information, visit www.gillainc.com

WRIT Media Group, Inc. (WRIT) Subsidiary Retro Infinity Featured in Exclusive QualityStocks Production Video

WRIT Media Group’s subsidiary Retro Infinity Inc. finds itself in the spotlight today in an exclusive QualityStocks production video. WRIT Media is a publisher of classic video games on today’s mobile devices.

The video is available for viewing at http://Video.QualityStocks.net

Retro Infinity’s proprietary software now make it possible to play retro and classic video games on today’s mobile and set-top streaming devices The video features that as a result of Retro Infinity’s efforts, modern game consoles, tablets and PCs are now vehicles for playing popular games from the past.

WRIT CEO Eric Mitchell comments in video, “Our strategy is to take games that already have existed and have been enjoyed by many consumers and have a following, and take those games to market quicker, in a shorter time frame with a less expensive investment in those titles.”

Also contained in the video is a candid discussion on “retro gaming” and how Retro’s products are aimed at an upward trending population of the gaming industry with cross-platform functionality and conversion software. Through a republishing once determined popular retro games, Retro Infinity builds on a fan base they already know exists, and thus removes the high risks and costs incurred by companies introducing new games to the market.

Mr. Mitchell further adds, “The mobile gaming industry size is projected to be over $20 billion by 2016, and retro gaming is a huge part of that. Our company, WRIT Media group has the ability to generate substantial revenue over the next 6-12 months based on our business model which is inexpensively licensing video game titles and quickly getting them into the marketplace on one of the biggest electronic platforms available right now, which is the smartphone.”

Incorporated in 2007, WRIT Media Group positions itself as a digital media company with two operating divisions. They are Front Row Networks, a content creation company offering production, distribution and financing of live concerts, music documentaries, and family programs for theatrical and ancillary distribution and the “retro” video gaming division which is made up of Retro Infinity Inc. and Amiga Games Inc., videogame publishers of classic games.

Amiga Games Inc. licenses classic pre-Windows computer game libraries and republishes the most popular titles for PC’s, smartphones, tablets, modern game consoles and television streaming devices. The establishment of Retro Infinity Inc. was done primarily to publish and brand games that were not originally released for Amiga brand computers. Together, both companies are thriving in the growing “retro gaming” marketplace. The companies recently launched a point of purchase web presence at internet gaming sites found on the web at www.retroinfinity.com and www.amigagamesinc.com.

For more information on WRIT Media Group visit: www.writmediagroup.com

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MeshWorks Media Corp. Revolutionizing Engagement Marketing Techniques through Proprietary Platform

Engagement marketing allows companies to target consumers who are actively involved in the production and creation of marketing programs, which results in increased brand confidence and recognition. While the proven advertising method has the potential to revolutionize the marketing sector, the way in which companies currently employ engagement marketing has led to a fragmented and slowly evolving segment of the overall marketing industry. MeshWorks Media, through its unique, multichannel engagement marketing technologies, is preparing to change that.

The fastest-growing type of online advertising is undoubtedly video, which is expected to reach $5 billion in ad revenue in 2016, but the majority of today’s video marketing methods employ limited functionality to advertisers. Embedding a link to YouTube videos simply isn’t enough for engaging a large customer base. MeshWorks’s proprietary cloud-based marketing platform, MeshSuite, is the solution.

Effective for businesses of all sizes, MeshSuite allows companies to better engage their target audience through the use of four integrated virtual products designed to deliver the ultimate in business engagement technology.

MotionMail, for example, provides companies with a better way to direct advertisements to a contact list while driving returns. Features including personalized introduction messages and customized branding are presented alongside commercials, training seminars or slideshows to create a one page view that offers legitimate value to viewers. MotionMail, and MeshSuite in general, is designed to help companies get tangible returns from advertising efforts, including sales, donations or new contacts, depending on the primary purpose of the campaign.

Since its founding in 2012, MeshWorks has worked to reinvent the way businesses talk to their customers. Working closely with clients including Fortune 500 companies, professional sports teams, major universities, multi-level marketers, magazine publishers, hospitals and advertising firms, the company has determined what marketing methods work best and modified its services to provide the most beneficial overall experience to its clients.

Randy Bayne, Founder and CEO of MeshWorks, reaffirmed the company’s dedication to effective and substantial research when defining the outlook of the company’s future. “What MeshWorks is today and will become tomorrow is possible only because of what we learned yesterday,” he stated.

The company’s potential for growth looks incredibly promising. Following the launch of its first product in the fall of 2013, MeshWorks recorded over $12 million in licensing partnership contracts and nearly $1 million in revenue while posting a year-end profit for 2014.

Industry statistics indicate that the days of successful singular marketing campaigns may be coming to a close. Studies by BrightRoll show that nearly three-quarters of advertising agencies state that online video advertising is equally or more effective when compared to similar advertising efforts on television. When combined with the explosive expansion of total online video advertisement consumption, which, in 2014, was up more than 41.9 percent from the previous year, the growth potential of MeshWorks is effectively limitless.

As the company continues to refine and improve its impressive suite of products, expect MeshWorks to gain a serious foothold in the evolving online advertising market. While businesses in a variety of sectors are striving to create advertising experiences that inspire conversation, MeshWorks’s suite of products gives it a strong footing at the forefront of a growing demand for enhanced marketing solutions.

With additional product releases and expanded services expected later this year, MeshWorks is preparing to revolutionize the engagement marketing sector in a big way.

For more information, visit www.fundable.com/meshworks-media-corporation

IFAN Financial, Inc. (IFAN) and iPIN Technologies Subsidiary Starts Beta Testing through Vantiv’s Processing System

IFAN Financial has announced that its iPIN Technologies subsidiary has started initial beta testing of its card payment platform through Vantiv’s industry leading payment processing system. IFAN is considered by many industry insiders to be an innovator of mobile payment solutions and technologies.

The payment industry views Vantiv® as one of the most trusted and respected organizations in the payment processing industry and recognizes it as the nation’s largest PIN debit acquiring processor. With 40 years of experience in delivering customized payment solutions, Vantiv has put together an environment where iPIN Technologies will conduct live testing of real-world transactions through the Vantiv system.

IFAN Financial is utilizing Vantiv Test Debit Cards to test and track PIN transactions. The results will contribute to determining the performance and capabilities of the company’s technology.

Mr. J. Christopher Mizer, President and CEO of IFAN Financial commented, “This is the final step of testing before we go live with the prepaid portion of our iPIN Technologies platform, an achievement that represents a significant milestone in the development of IFAN’s business. Working with Vantiv, one of the leaders in our industry, gives us confidence that the iPIN Technologies solution will be positioned as the state-of-the-art gateway in the mobile payments space.”

IFAN Financial, in conjunction with its wholly owned subsidiaries, design and distribute software to facilitate mobile payments. Included here is the ability to use a debit card and associated PIN number while making purchases online using mobile phones, tablets or computer and peer-to-peer transfers of cash.

For more information on the company, visit http://ifanfinancial.com

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IFAN Financial, Inc. (IFAN) – Developing Breakthrough Mobile Payment Technology

March 17, 2015

A modern financial infrastructure is emerging in many developing nations thanks to the power of mobile phones, and it is in this new virtual economy that IFAN Financial is establishing its operations.

Mobile payments are making waves worldwide. All across the globe, mobile payment services are enabling banking transactions in place of brick-and-mortar banking institutions, and steadily transforming lives. Markets differ but, typically, customers can use these cashless services to buy goods and services, pay bills, withdraw money and/or send money to friends and relatives living in rural settings. While such virtual payment services have not entirely replaced cash in the developing world, they are indicative of how much and how quickly mobile technology is changing daily life.

IFAN Financial and its subsidiaries design, develop and distribute software that enable mobile payments. With the company’s technologies, customers can use a debit card and matching PIN number to make peer-to-peer cash transfers or online purchases using a mobile phone, a tablet or a computer.

In early March 2014, IFAN announced that its subsidiary iPIN Technologies had achieved a couple of significant technological milestones under the company’s license agreement. These milestones involve the development of the front-end database that will enable a merchant processing transaction as well as the posting of the status of a financial transaction to the merchant call back uniform resource locator (URL). With the achievement of these major milestones, iPIN Technologies’ platform is roughly two-thirds complete.

The next and final developmental milestones consist of the back-end integration of the application with a merchant processing gateway and the completion of beta testing for Apple and Android operating systems. When these final milestones are reached, iPIN Technologies’ solution will comprise a mobile app, card reader and merchant network that allows customers to use their smartphones to make purchases conveniently and securely.

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

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STWA (ZERO) Holds 2014 Year End Earnings Conference Call

Save The World Air (“STWA”), d/b/a STWA, a California-based company providing the global energy industry with patent-protected industrial equipment to improve the performance of crude oil pipelines, today held its 2014 Year End Earnings Conference Call to inform investors of key developments over the past year.

Gregg Bigger, the company’s Chairman and CEO, summarized the most important accomplishments in a very busy year, including the fact that STWA achieved the first revenues in the company’s history, as it begins the critical transition from a pure play R&D company toward commercialization and diversification.

In working with a large midstream partner, involving 19 vendors and numerous engineers, STWA developed the company’s Applied Oil Technology (AOT) system for one of the largest pipelines in the U.S. The AOT system is based upon the science of electrorheology, and specifically the reduction of oil viscosity, improving core flow by aggregating particulate matter within the crude oil itself. This project represented an essential shift and milestone for the company, successfully moving the technology from a laboratory setting to a commercial environment, resulting in additional work and initial revenue generation.

2014 also saw the development of a new technology for the company, called STWA Joule Heat, and STWA is continuing to work to move this product into commercial application. STWA Joule Heat is an energy-efficient crude oil heating technology which improves flow and pipeline performance with less power and in a smaller form factor than existing trace heating solutions. Mr. Bigger explained that the goal of STWA Joule Heat is to replace inefficient heating systems from within the upstream oil and gas market. This contributes to the company’s goal of diversification, allowing it to work in both the upstream and midstream marketplace. The company has signed a joint development agreement to install an STWA Joule Heat system in the upstream market from within the state of Utah.

Mr. Bigger also emphasized that management will continue to improve STWA’s capital structure, looking at a variety of options over the next 6 months, and will keep investors informed. He indicated that, for example, the company wants to be in a position to make valuable strategic acquisitions.

A webcast replay link will be available in the “Investors” section of the STWA website at http://IR.STWA.com, and investors can listen to a replay by calling 877-660-6853 (International number: +1 201 612 7415) and using passcode 13603968. A transcript of the call is also available at Seeking Alpha via the following link: http://dtn.fm/stwa-earnings-call-2014-transcript.

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

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Sparta Commercial Services, Inc. (SRCO) Serving Mobile App Development Niche with iMobileApp

As consumers continue to turn towards mobile solutions for all of their payment needs, growing businesses are continuing to realize the massive importance of customized apps in promoting and sustaining their brands. Development costs associated with mobile apps, which Business News Daily reported to commonly range between $25,000 and $100,000 per app, have made them difficult to obtain for small and growing businesses. Sparta Commercial Services, Inc. (OTCQB: SRCO), through its newest mobile app product iMobileApp, is solving this issue.

At a fraction of the cost of web or print advertising, iMobileApp allows companies to build brand recognition and promote customer feedback through a constantly available channel on customers’ mobile phones. Sparta estimates that 80 percent of the time smartphone users interact with their devices is devoted to mobile apps. Providing businesses with the ability to reach customers wherever and whenever needed, iMobileApp is an affordable solution that gives businesses a way to enjoy instant feedback, increased loyalty and a substantial boost in sales.

According to Business News Daily, in addition to the high costs of initial development, more than 80 percent of IT professionals reported that they were required to update or enhance their apps at least once every six months. With iMobileApp’s monthly subscription services, companies can add features and schedule updates in advance without risking excessive development costs along the way. With a host of optional features available, Sparta’s customizable solution is a revolutionary new tool for young and growing businesses to achieve an effective, professional mobile app at a fraction of the cost.

Reports from comScore show that mobile users surpassed desktop users in 2014, and approximately 80 percent of all internet users own a smartphone. When combined with the knowledge that smartphone users spend upwards of 80 percent of their time on smartphones using customized mobile apps (compared to only 11 percent through the mobile web), it is easy to see why iMobileApp is continuing to grow and diversify throughout the business world.

With a full range of services and a nearly limitless customer base, expect Sparta to continue growing into a formidable force in a variety of industries in the coming years.

For more information, visit www.spartacommercial.com or www.imobileapp.com

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Inventergy Global, Inc. (INVT) Restructures Operations of Product Business to Achieve Profitability

Inventergy Global, an intellectual property (IP) that identifies, acquires and licenses patented technologies of market-significant technology leaders, has reorganized various components of the product-based businesses of its eOn Communications Systems, Inc. (“ECS”) subsidiary. The move is aligned with Inventergy’s broader growth strategy and is expected to increase earnings, reduce costs, improve cash flow and build shareholder value.

As part of the operational reorganization, ECS’s products and services are divided into three lines:

• A royalty bearing agreement with a third party for use of a private branch exchange business purchased from Inventergy’s predecessor, eOn Communications Corporation (“ECC”)
• A valued-added reseller business of biometric security and access control products
• A new business that provides outsourced sales, marketing and technical support services to business partners in the security products and services industry.

In addition, ECS has terminated a legacy business acquired as part of the company’s June 2014 merger with ECC. The resources from this business, which provided distribution services of facility security and access control products, has been redeployed to ECS’s biometric security and access control product line. ECS is managed by its president, Stephen Swartz.

The termination of the business and sale of remaining inventory and accounts receivables netted approximately $200,000 in cash for Inventergy. As a result of all of these changes, Inventergy expects the ECS subsidiary to be profitable and cash positive in the second quarter of 2015.

“We believe the restructuring of ECS supports our corporate growth strategy and enhances Inventergy’s business by adding additional revenue streams to our core licensing programs,” Joe Beyers, chairman and CEO of Inventergy, said in the news release. “Stephen Swartz has been instrumental in turning ECS into a business with increased operational profit potential. With Stephen at the helm of ECS, it allows the Inventergy management team to focus our energies on driving our core patent licensing, monetization and patent asset acquisition initiatives.”

For more information, visit www.inventergy.com

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Granted Japanese Patent for Key Stem Cell Technology

International Stem Cell Corp., a California-based biotechnology company developing novel stem cell based therapies and biomedical products, today reported that the Japan Patent Office has issued ISCO’s patent covering methods of making a bank of human stem cells from parthenogenetically activated eggs. This win significantly bolsters the company’s intellectual property position and ability to form partnerships in Japan.

“The new patent strengthens our position as a leader in regenerative medicine. With the potential to avoid one of the fundamental problems of tissue and cell therapy, immune-matching, and having been shown to be more genetically stable than iPS cells, our human parthenogenetic stem cells hold potential significant therapeutic value,” said Ruslan Semechkin, PhD, ISCO’s chief scientific officer. “The new patent also extends the geographic reach of our broad IP portfolio beyond the US and EU making us a more attractive partner for Japanese pharmaceutical companies.”

ISCO’s patent covers a new method of creating stem cells that combine many of the benefits of embryonic stem cells with induced pluripotent stem cells and can be used to generate virtually unlimited quantities of human cells. The company is currently using this technology to develop treatments for a number of indications where cell therapy has been demonstrated to be effective but there is insufficient supply of safe, functional cells. Preclinical safety and efficacy data from the company’s Parkinson’s disease program was recently presented at the Society for Neuroscience annual meeting, and a Phase I/IIa clinical study in Parkinson’s disease is anticipated to begin in the near future.

Along with ISCO’s substantial collection of US patents, and the recently announced resolution by the European Union Court of Justice in favor of the company’s EU patent applications, this new Japanese patent provides intellectual property protection and licensing opportunities for ISCO in the three largest healthcare markets.

For more information, visit www.internationalstemcell.com

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Cleartronic, Inc. (CLRI) Increases Shareholder Value with Cancellation of Shares, Engages PR and Marketing Firm

Earlier this morning, Cleartronic reported the signing of a new employment agreement with its CEO, Larry Reid. As part of the agreement, Mr. Reid agreed to cancel two billion of his common shares.

“These shares were issued several years ago to protect the Company against an adverse takeover. Mr. Reid has received a new employment contract and other consideration for the share reduction. The reduction does not involve any other shareholder nor reduces the number of shares of any other shareholder,” stated Richard Lackey, a member of the Company’s Board of Directors. “The share reduction is effective today, along with the signing of Mr. Reid’s new employment agreement.”

“This share reduction is part of the Company’s ‘Capitalization Benefit Plan’ announced last October. We are committed to improving the capital structure of the Company and enhancing shareholder value. The share reduction, coupled with our new marketing agreement with Collabria, puts the Company in an excellent position to reward our shareholders,” commented Larry Reid, Cleartronic’s Chief Executive Officer.

“This share reduction was one of the contingencies of our partnering agreement announced last month with Cleartronic,” added Marc Moore, CEO of Collabria LLC and a member of Cleartronic’s Board of Directors. “The reduction will benefit the Cleartronic shareholders and provide potential for more significant share value increases as we increase our marketing efforts through Cleartronic and the new ReadyOp Communications, Inc. subsidiary.”

Cleartronic also announced American Media Group, Inc., a public relations and marketing firm will assist the Company in advertising, broadcasting, and developing its marketing strategies for its ReadyOp™ platform.

“We are pleased to be a part of a Company that has a product that can bridge the gap between first responders, agencies and business alike in times of emergency situations. ReadyOp keeps these groups in touch. ReadyOp users cut down response time and share information instantaneously within their own group as well as with other agencies. Bottom line — ReadyOp saves lives,” said Mick Bazsuly, President of American Media Group, Inc., “As a newscaster and broadcaster for over 20 years, I know firsthand how hard it is for police, firefighters and other first responders to communicate during emergencies. ReadyOp eliminates those gaps and is a powerful information sharing tool,” Bazsuly added.

American Media Group, Inc. and its founder have been a force in broadcasting sports, news and talk radio since 1998.

For more information, visit www.cleartronicinc.com

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STWA (ZERO) Announces Year-End Results for 2014 and Summarizes Recent Milestones

Save The World Air, Inc., d/b/a STWA, a developer of patent-protected industrial equipment designed to deliver measurable performance improvements to crude oil pipelines, yesterday announced its financial results for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2014.

“2014 marked a turning point in our Company’s evolution as we successfully demonstrated the effectiveness of Applied Oil Technology (“AOT™”), after many years of product development, and realized our first revenues,” stated Greggory Bigger, STWA’s Chief Executive Officer and Chairman. “We are now engaged with the largest energy infrastructure company in North America, conducting additional field tests to measure the effectiveness of viscosity reduction and believe 2015 will hold great promise for our Company. Additionally, we made significant progress in the development of our Joule Heat solution and see opportunities to expand our offering beyond the pipelines and with other potential industry partners. While we are still engaged heavily in R&D, this year’s focus is on the continued optimization of our offerings and commercialization. Following a series of tests with customers around the world in the first half of this year, we should emerge in a stronger position operationally, and I would expect, with additional revenue streams. This has been one of my primary goals since becoming CEO. Every member of our team remains focused on enhancing shareholder value and while it has taken us longer than anticipated to get to this stage, I believe we are at the cusp of unlocking value.”

Notably, STWA achieved significant improvements in its bottom-line performance because of the revenues generated and lower expense levels in fiscal 2014. A pre-tax net loss of $4.0 million for the period ended December 31, 2014 was reported, which is a significant improvement to the $10.7 million recorded in the comparable year-ago period. Fiscal 2014 includes, among other items, a $3.4 million gain on the extinguishment of derivative liabilities and there were no similar gains in fiscal 2014. Net loss and net loss per basic and diluted share were $4.0 million and ($0.02), respectively, for the period ended December 31, 2014 as compared to a net loss of $10.7 million or a loss per basic and diluted share of (0.07) for the comparable fiscal 2013 period.

Mr. Bigger further commented, “In 2015, we intend to continue the commercialization of our technologies, while working with industry and academia to further build out our solutions. Today, our product portfolio is dedicated to the crude oil production and transportation marketplace, with a specific-focus on enhancing flow-assurance parameters of new and existing pipeline gathering and transmission systems. Through both AOT and Joule Heat, we have solutions that can help reduce viscosity, increase the number of barrels of oil able to be transported, have a meaningful impact of reducing emissions, while helping operators become more efficient and profitable. This year, we intend to continue commercialization efforts in the midstream market for AOT and bring Joule Heat to market for upstream and gathering applications. The next few months will be critical in compiling data and we look forward to providing the market with further updates on our progress.”

Milestones of Fiscal 2014

– In the second quarter of the prior year, STWA began generating revenues from its AOT technology for the first time. The revenues were derived from one of the company’s customers and relate to an Equipment Lease Agreement, which has subsequently ended in the fourth quarter of 2014. STWA installed and tested four AOT Midstream vessels with a cumulative maximum flow capacity of 20,000 gallons per minute. The company received a report from ATS RheoSystems, an independent third-party, validating the efficacy of the AOT technology in reducing viscosity of crude oil in high-flow, high-pressure, turbulent environments. The results of this test have also been used to improve the solution.

– In the following quarter, STWA entered into a new Equipment Lease/Option Purchase Agreement with the largest energy infrastructure company in North America. Equipment provided includes a single AOT Midstream pressure vessel with a maximum flow capacity of 5,000 gallons per minute. Equipment was delivered to this customer towards the end of the 2014 fourth quarter and AOT will be used on a primary crude and condensate pipeline serving the Eagle Ford in South Texas (known as the most active shale play in the world; currently producing over 870,000 barrels of crude oil and 220,000 barrels of condensate daily). As previously announced, the companies are scheduled to begin testing the effectiveness of AOT shortly, with updates anticipated in the second half of 2015.

– Throughout last year, STWA began commercial development of a suite of products based around the new electrical heat system which reduces oil viscosity through a process known as Joule Heat. The company is designing and optimizing this technology for the upstream oil transportation market, and entered a field deployment agreement with an upstream operator to test its efficacy. Updates are anticipated in the next couple months.

– In the final quarter of 2014, STWA began trading on the OTCQX, the highest-tier marketplace for established global and growth companies operated by OTC Markets Group Inc.

Liquidity and Capital Resources

STWA had cash on hand of $2.2 million at the end of last year as compared to $2.4 million a year earlier. As shown by the numbers reported, management has been aggressively moving forward with initiatives to lower its fixed expenses and R&D costs, and the team plans on continuing to establish strict cost control measures as STWA moves from the development stage to commercialization. According to yesterday’s press release, the company anticipates pursuing some form(s) of strategic alternatives this year as management aims to improve the STWA’s balance sheet and generate cash for further investments in its business.

In conclusion, Mr. Bigger stated, “We’ve invested significant resources over the past several years and believe these investments will soon result in successful customer deployments, increased revenues and cash flow for our Company. With that said we are still developing our portfolio and looking to expand applications beyond the Midstream, while highlighting the clean tech benefits of our solutions. Additionally, with Joule Heat, I believe we have something unique in the marketplace with massive potential. However, additional resources will be needed this year to fund R&D initiatives and to be opportunistic in the market, whether in the form of partnerships and/or acquisitions and improving our working capital is one of our top priorities. I am fully committed to this Company and look forward to providing our investors with meaningful updates, most of which will be in the 2nd half of the year.”

For further information about STWA, Inc., visit www.stwa.com

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34 Years of Business Keeps Music of Your Life, Inc. (MYLI) in Tune with New Opportunities

Whether by voice or instrument – from celebration song to war cry – music is a timeless staple of humanity. The perpetual demand for rhythm and tune is something Music of Your Life built its business around in 1978. This demand remains a steadfast component of opportunity for the company’s expanding position in the music industry.

MYLI is a multi-media entertainment company and producer of 24-hour a day live radio programming that is syndicated to AM, FM and HD radio stations nationwide. Now 34 years old, MYLI has earned the title of the longest running syndicated music radio network in the world.

Abreast of the game-changing convergence of music and technology, the MYLI network is also available on the Internet under the registered trademark “iRadio.” When the company acquired the “Internet Radios and Vehicles Radios” (iRadio) trademark in the summer of 2014, MYLI demonstrated its progressive flexibility to evolve with advances in consumer demand and the broader music industry.

Historically airing the “adult standards” genre, MYLI is currently expanding its iRadio streaming service to include additional popular categories of music and content via the impending launches of iRadio News, iRadio Sports, iRadio Talk, and a variety of music channels.

According to Nielsen SoundScan’s latest report, more than 70% of the music consumed in the first half of 2014 in the United States was either downloaded or streamed online. While an overriding majority of market share goes to industry behemoths like Pandora and Apple iTunes Radio, consumers are always on the lookout for new innovations that shape the way they hear music, creating catwalk of opportunity for progressive industry players like MYLI.

For more information, visit www.musicofyourlife.com

VistaGen Therapeutics, Inc.’s (VSTA) Next-Gen CNS Drug Candidate Poised for Revolutionary Breakthrough

March 16, 2015

VistaGen Therapeutics was founded in the late 1990s by a team of scientists believing that better cells lead to better medicine. In the years since, this California-based clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company also has focused on developing groundbreaking medicine for depression and other diseases and conditions involving the central nervous system.

VistaGen continues to expand the scope of its pipeline opportunities, employing its world-class biopharma expertise to gain a unique position that allows it to pursue potentially valuable research and clinical development collaborations. Last month, VistaGen revealed that it had signed a valuable Cooperative Research and Development Agreement, or CRADA, with the U.S. National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), a division of the prestigious U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH). Under the new agreement, the NIMH and VistaGen will collaborate on a fully-NIH-sponsored phase 2 efficacy study of AV-101, the company’s orally-active NMDA receptor modulator for the treatment of major depressive disorder (MDD).

Like ketamine, an anesthetic receiving a lot of attention for its potential to treat MDD, AV-101 has a fundamentally novel mechanism of action compared to all FDA-approved antidepressants and will be studied in subjects with MDD, a far-reaching and devastating mental disorder affecting millions of people around the globe. AV-101 differs from ketamine, however, in that, in VistaGen’s NIH-funded phase 1 clinical studies, it produced no ketamine-like psychotic side effects and it can be orally administered (ketamine is administered intravenously).

The NIH-sponsored Phase 2 clinical trial will be a crossover study conducted at the NIH and designed to assess the effectiveness and safety of a single oral dose of AV-101 administered once a day for 14 days to approximately 25 subjects with MDD. The study will be randomized, double-blind and placebo-controlled, and the primary measure of effectiveness will be a standard scale for measuring depression severity, the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale. VistaGen and the NIH expect to announce the results of the study near the end of 2015.

Dr. Carlos Zarate, Chief of the Section on the Neurobiology and Treatment of Mood Disorders and Chief of the Experimental Therapeutics and Pathophysiology Branch at the NIMH, will be the study’s chief investigator. Dr. Zarate and his team have extensive clinical experience with ketamine and other NMDA receptor modulators.

The VistaGen team is clearly excited by the strong preclinical efficacy data supporting the potential antidepressant effects of AV-101 similar to the results reported in NIH studies involving ketamine, as well as the efficient oral-delivery and clinical safety range demonstrated by its successful phase 1 clinical studies. The group looks forward to collaborating closely with Dr. Zarate’s team to complete this important AV-101 Phase 2 study in MDD by year end.

Based on preclinical studies, AV-101 may also serve as a potential treatment for other CNS-related conditions such as chronic neuropathic pain and epilepsy, as well as neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s disease and Huntington’s disease.

For more information, visit www.vistagen.com

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Start Scientific, Inc.’s (STSC) Oil Extraction, Drilling, Excavation & Delivery Plan in Action

Start Scientific is a development-stage oil and gas development, exploration, drilling and extraction company strategizing to take advantage of oil and gas exploration and development opportunities that are often overlooked by larger oil and gas companies.

The company is currently establishing leases and joint venture partnerships for its project portfolio comprised of shallow, deep, and horizontal drilling opportunities in Mississippi, Texas, North Dakota and West Virginia. The geographic diversity of the projects provide Start Scientific a broader scape of exploration and drilling opportunities.

Start Scientific’s initiatives are backed by a management team that contributes more than half a century of combined industry experience to the company’s mission to explore low-risk land lease opportunities on properties with known oil deposits, develop facilities on these properties to cost effectively extract the oil, and to distribute the refined oil for sale in the open market.

In January Start Scientific advanced on this mission by signing two farmout agreements in Jackson, Mississippi.

Per the first agreement, with BPS Operating Services LLC, Start Scientific has until April 1, 2015, to tender $500,000 for the first well to be drilled in the Flora Field of Madison County. The production interest includes 40 acres around the new well and Start Scientific will earn a 75% working interest before payout, and a 60% working interest after payout. All of the production facilities, salt water disposal systems, and 33 well bores are in place.

The second farmout agreement, signed with Durban Energy, Inc., gives Start Scientific until July 10, 2015, to commence drilling a new well on the farmout acreage, the Fayette Field. The company will receive 100% of the net revenue until payout of all costs, at which time Start Scientific will assign a 25% working interest to Durban and partners. There is a 30% royalty burden on the leases, which means that before payout Start Scientific will have 70% of net revenue and after payout the company will have 52.5% of net revenue and Durban will have 17.5% of net revenue.

Operating from its headquarters in San Antonio, Texas, Start Scientific leverages an experienced management team and growing project portfolio to advance its corporate initiatives.

For more information, visit www.startscientificoil.com

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Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (CSRH) Mobile Content Delivery Solution Positioned to Capture Developers amid Mobile Social Gambling Boom

March is shaping up to be a huge month for the $4.4 billion social casino gambling space this year, with the Social & Mobile Gambling Conference wrapping up last week in Moscow, where one of the big trends was the convergence of social networks and mobile gambling, as well as the MGSC (Mobile Gaming & Social Casino) Asia Conference set to launch this week (March 17-19) in Macau, co-located with the popular iGaming Asia Congress. Why, even internet giant Google (NASDAQ: GOOG; GOOGL) is now throwing fuel onto this already blazingly-hot fire, with the rollout of Social Casino Game ads in AdWords as of this month, owing to both loosening internal restrictions and the rapid growth of this category of advertisers, who are not encumbered by traditional gambling advertisement restrictions.

With the broader mobile gambling market here in the U.S. set to tip the scales at over $100 billion within the next two years alone, there is a considerable rush to offer consumers the best-of-breed mobile social gambling experience possible, with the best graphics, user experience, feature-rich social gaming environments, and rock-solid security. Whether here at home, or abroad in the teeming global market for mobile social gambling, the formula for success is the same, great artists and game designers who can harness the potential of mobile platforms, plus impeccable security measures which allow consumers and regulators alike to rest easy.

Consorteum Holdings, Inc. (OTC: CSRH) is making moves to tap into this burgeoning global market, with a variety of key on-deck partnerships and license agreements, their existing wealth of experience in transaction management and mobile publishing, as well as a core platform of mobile content delivery technologies geared to meet the specific challenges presented by mobile compliance gaming here in North America. The company’s cloud-powered client server application architecture, using their proprietary UMI (universal mobile interface) platform, which was developed by CSRH’s ThreeFiftyNine (359) subsidiary, was originally used to create the mobile sportsbook application, SportsConnection.com, and it has been fully vetted by the Nevada Gaming Commission. This ingenious UMI/thin client application approach not only allows for easy integration of the client server with a given client’s backend, it also allows for virtually any mobile device to be utilized for interaction, delivering content and correct display parameters seamlessly across a host of different mobile devices. In addition, this approach also allows for graphically rich and complex applications to be delivered with the minimum bandwidth usage, as well as a minimum of processing and display power used by the end-user’s mobile device.

Consorteum Holdings’ mobile content delivery capabilities make them an ideal choice for developers looking to launch new social gambling implementations. The company’s platform allows developers to focus on creating the best possible user experience and graphics, relieved of the worry about having to update software for new devices or release version updates and content changes in order to ensure the environment looks good on and can be delivered to new devices, or the worry of having to manage a patching solution. Consorteum Holdings’ architecture thus can save gaming operators considerable time and money when it comes to the development and delivery cycle, while also reducing overall time to market and allowing for inclusion of both current or future mobile devices in their marketing strategy. Moreover, CSRH’s platform offers a powerful set of engagement features for executing targeted marketing campaigns and promotions like interactive sweepstakes, which helps developers achieve enhanced user retention figures, as well as create truly compelling social community-oriented gambling experiences, right within the application itself. 359’s proprietary mobile campaign marketing platform, which fully harnesses the potential of the highly intuitive UMI, enables complete control over managing all aspects of text-based messaging and offers the kind of data collection and dynamically scripted conversation capabilities needed to really engage consumers and do meaningful push notifications.

The company’s recent multi-year license agreement signed with NYG Holdings, in order to gain the rights to modify and combine NYG’s CAPSA platform with their own technologies, subsequently rebranding said combinations and using them to market mobile gaming and wagering programs throughout Canada, Mexico and parts of the U.S., has significantly increased the striking distance of 359’s mobile hybrid solution. It looks like it is simply a matter of time before we see proliferation of CSRH’s architecture throughout the world of mobile social gambling, as third party developers take increasing note of the immense potential for delivering their content seamlessly to users. The company’s cloud-powered hybrid application approach offers developers the best of both worlds, with the superb user experience of a native application, as well as optimum provision for content management and a high level of compliant security, combined with low reoccurring development and deployment costs, thanks to its “Develop Once – Deploy Many” architecture, which allows alleviates the end-user from dealing with constant updates or downloads of new versions.

Connect with Consorteum Holdings by visiting www.consorteum.com

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Zenosense, Inc. (ZENO) Aims to Save Lives with Rapid Detection Medical Devices

March 13, 2015

Zenosense holds an exclusive global license agreement to develop and market medical devices primarily for hospitals and primary healthcare facilities. By identifying specific markers found in individual’s exhaled breath, Zenosense’s devices strive for the early detection of deadly bacteria as well as some cancers.

The company is currently developing two devices – one intended to detect “Super-Bug,” or Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), and the other to detect lung cancer. The devices utilize a common Electronic Nose technology platform that analyzes Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) present in the exhaled breath of patients.

MRSA infections account for approximately 23,000 deaths per year in the United States and are diagnosed with testing procedures that can take up to three days to complete. Zenosense, in collaboration with partner Zenon Biosystem, is developing a lower cost system that dramatically quickens discovery times.

The electronic process of detecting the disease is based on natural processes. For instance, trained dogs are able to detect prostate cancer in urine with near complete accuracy. This is done by leveraging the innate sophistication of the approximately 200 million olfactory cells in canine noses. This natural, learned detection is similar to Zenosense’s technology in that it uses an infinite number of sensors and software that in effect ‘learns’ to recognize VOCs of concern.

Experts in nanotechnology, sensors, high-level mathematics, molecular biology and biochemistry are central to the development of the company’s technology, as are established partnerships with hospitals and universities in the areas of microbiology, infectious disease and chromatography, among others.

As the company continues to advance the development of its technologies, Zenosense strives toward its ultimate goal is to sell its medical detection devices to care facilities in the healthcare sector and revolutionize the detection of deadly bacteria and cancer.

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Cleartronic, Inc.’s (CLRI) Communication Technologies are Life Saving Solutions

Thanks to Internet and media coverage you can at least imagine the potential pandemonium of managing massive political occasions, disaster or emergency response, airport operations, or other events requiring precise communication, security and order. Florida-based Cleartronic, through its subsidiary and licensed communications platform, delivers structured, interoperable solutions that enable order and efficiency in even the most chaotic situations.

Cleartronic creates and acquires operating subsidiaries to develop, manufacture and sell products, services and integrated systems to government agencies and business enterprises. The company’s current customer base includes more than 200 client companies in the fields of emergency services agencies, airport management, and colleges and universities, all of which rely on interoperable communication solutions from its VoiceInterop subsidiary.

VoiceInterop’s patented IP communication gateways and communication software are marketed direct to customers as well as through a network of value added resellers. The company’s customer base of international airports include Dulles, Reagan, Omaha, Cincinnati, Green Bay and West Palm Beach.

Cleartronic recently received the licensing right to market Collabria LLC’s revolutionary ReadyOp™ command, control and communication platform, a web-based application that integrates multiple databases and a robust communications platform supporting day-to-day activities for planning and managing small- and large-scale events.

The need for interoperable communication was never more evident than during the September 11, 2001, attacks. While radio communications were modified to address inadequacies discovered after the 1993 World Trade Center bombing, communications systems during 9/11 lacked interoperability, were damaged during the attack, and crumbled under the simultaneous communications between response parties. These problems were fatal for many first responders whose systems lacked the ability to communicate across department lines, such as police units directly communicating via radio with fire units.

While there is some measure of confusion to be expected in any large event, whether planned or unforeseen emergency, new technologies are being developed to handle unprecedented loads with efficiency. ReadyOp is a tested and proven solution that enables fast, efficient access to information and for communication with multiple persons, groups and agencies. The communications platform is currently being used by numerous federal, state and local government agencies and private enterprises that can’t afford the risks of subpar communications platforms.

For more information visit www.cleartronicinc.com

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