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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Continues to Pursue Lucrative Expansion Opportunities

November 18, 2015


Since opening its first location in 2009, Giggles N’ Hugs has leveraged an innovative, award-winning family restaurant concept to promote rapid industry growth. Today, the company owns and operates three locations in and around Los Angeles, and it’s currently working with mall owners to expand this national footprint in the months to come. Last month, GIGL gave prospective shareholders some insight into this process when it revealed negotiations to expand its existing partnership with Westfield Corp. (OTC: WEFIF), one of the largest mall owners and operators in the world, and, potentially, open additional locations in the near future.

“Westfield is thrilled to have Giggles N’ Hugs as a tenant and would like to strengthen our relationship… by having more locations in our shopping centers and airports,” Shannon Westmore, vice president of leasing for Westfield, stated in a news release.

GIGL aims to operate 12 company-owned locations by the end of 2017 while continuing to actively explore franchise opportunities. In addition to expanding its presence in southern California, the company has outlined plans to extend its reach along the West Coast. Earlier this year, GIGL highlighted Seattle and San Francisco as key markets of interest moving forward. The company expects to receive significant discounts from current market rents and attractive tenant allowance on new locations as a result of the early successes of its existing restaurants.

Franchising opportunities could also present GIGL with immense growth potential if and when the company decides to pursue the strategy. In a recent news release, Joey Parsi, founder and chief executive officer of GIGL, stated that the company has received substantial interest from both large multi-unit franchising operators and individual franchisees regarding both domestic and international opportunities. To better assess these opportunities, GIGL expanded its management team to include two executives – John Kaufman and Philip Gay – with extensive experience in the franchising space.

By offering healthy dining options and an exciting atmosphere for families, GIGL is addressing a significant unmet need in the restaurant industry. Look for the company to continue executing on this proven business model as it pursues potentially lucrative expansion opportunities in the form of both company-owned and franchise locations in the coming months.

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Lingo Media Corp. (LMDCF) (LM.V) Thrives on Innovative Ways to Teach English to the World

Lingo Media is, ‘Changing the way the world learns English,’ by blending education and technology together. The company focusses on online and print-based technologies that yield solutions through its business units ELL Technologies and Lingo Learning. ELL Technologies is an international English language multi-media, online training and assessment company that delivers innovative learning platforms. Lingo Learning is a print-based publisher of English language learning programs in China. Lingo Media has developed relationships with government and industry organizations which in turn creates strong positions in the Chinese education market made up of over 300 million learners. LMDCF is expanding its global presence by expanding into Latin America while continuing to grow its product offerings.

The company aims to develop state-of-the-art English language learning opportunities and solutions for students at all stages of their development. From grade school to C-Suite the company uses its proven pedagogy and innovative learning technologies to deliver comprehensive offerings that originate from its core businesses – ELL Technologies and Lingo Learning.

LMDCF’s proprietary learning management system allows it to sell its products to academic institutions, corporations and governments. Teachers that roll the program out can create, convert, edit, and arrange lessons and courses according to their preferences. The company keeps all rights to user generated content to so that it can expand its digital library. LMDCF also uses its assessments and data gathering functionality to improve content and program iterations to address specific problem areas. This in turn makes learning more accessible, streamlined and measurable.

The company is proud of the fact that it has already helped millions learn English. Lingo’s technology – powered by a SAS eLearning platform with more than 2,000 hours of material and thousands of modules, reaches learners of all ages. The company endeavors to change the way our planet learns English,’ and empowers educators by allowing them to transition from traditional classroom paper-intensive teaching to the online world.

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Hemp, Inc. (HEMP) Announces First Industrial Hemp Fiber Customer Ahead of Impending Launch of Hemp Processing Plant


Just over two weeks ago, Hemp, Inc. announced the long-awaited legalization of hemp in North Carolina, the home state of its multi-purpose industrial hemp processing facility. In that release, the company outlined plans to support the local agricultural industry while encouraging non-GMO, certified organic hemp production. Yesterday, Hemp, Inc. gave prospective shareholders a preview of the tremendous market potential of this sustainable business model when it announced the execution a definitive agreement to sell its industrial hemp fiber to Hemp Blue, a premium hemp denim apparel brand. Hemp, Inc. is currently in the final stages of preparation at its processing facility, and its hemp processing operations are expected to commence in the second half of 2016.

“This is part of our long-term planning,” Bruce Perlowin, chief executive officer of Hemp, Inc., stated in a news release. “These are the kind of long-term, cutting edge companies that we believe will not only provide substantial revenue to Hemp, Inc., by purchasing our fiber, but also add great value to Hemp, Inc.”

Hemp Blue’s Kickstarter campaign highlights the clothing brand’s ambitious goals, which fall squarely in line with those of Hemp, Inc. Moving forward, the two companies will continue to spread the word about the benefits of hemp and support the rising movement to legalize industrial hemp farming across the country. This eco-friendly message has resonated with Hemp Blue’s target audience, as the brand has already received pledges for over two-thirds of its funding goal on Kickstarter since beginning the campaign earlier this month.

“Hemp Blue represents our fight for the legalization of hemp as a legal resource in the U.S. and the whole world,” Robin Lane, co-founder of Hemp Blue, stated. “We are starting the movement toward a more sustainable future.”

In addition to adding the business as its first customer, Hemp, Inc. also announced that it is currently a shareholder in Hemp Blue. Through this investment, as well as the company’s ongoing retail efforts through, Hemp, Inc. is establishing a formidable strategic foothold in the rapidly expanding retail segment of the industrial hemp market. In 2013, the total retail value of hemp products sold in the U.S. was estimated at $581 million, an increase of 26.5 percent over the previous year, according to the Hemp Industries Association.

As the nationwide hemp movement continues to pick up steam, Hemp, Inc. is set to benefit from the operation of the largest industrial hemp processing facility in North America. For prospective shareholders, the company’s agreement to sell hemp fiber to Hemp Blue could foreshadow an opportunity for Hemp, Inc. to realize significant financial growth in the years to come.

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Avant Diagnostics, Inc. (AVDX) Employs Impressive Leadership to Obtain Goals in Disease Prevention

Avant Diagnostics, a medical technology company, continues its objective of mapping out the entire DNA sequence of a human genome. This development would benefit the entire human population as scientists would be able to treat, prevent, and cure disease. Genome is the genetic material of an organism that consists of DNA and therefore acts as a textbook of how the human body works. Scientists would be able to identify a person’s propensity of disease through testing which would promote early treatment and hopefully a cure.

Leading this innovative company as its president and CEO stands Gregg Lynn. After receiving his Master’s degree in Business Administration, summa cum laude, from Pace University-New York City in 1992, he held various Senior Financial Management positions at Fortune 500 companies and also acted as Senior Financial Analyst at Shearson Lehman. During 2001-2007, Lynn held the positions of Chief Executive Officer and Chief Financial Officer at various companies including Red Rock Advisors, LLC. In 2008, he became the president and managing member of Issuers Capital Advisors, LLC. Then in 2012, Lynn became the Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer of Avant Diagnostics which led to his current position. His successful resume speaks for itself of his qualifications and promising future with Avant Diagnostics.

For the science and technology aspect of the company there is the Scientific Advisory Board where Robert Bowser, PhD sits. The Neurology and Neurobiology professor studies the causes and potential treatments for ALS, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, and more at the Barrow Neurological Institute. He’s received various federal grants and U.S. patents while lecturing extensively all over the world. Holding a graduate degree from Yale, Bowser boasts a 17-year faculty position at the University of Pittsburgh before starting at the institute. He’s also the founder of Knopp Biosciences, LLC and Iron Horse Diagnostics. Bowser’s expertise lends itself to the company’s scientific breakthroughs in medicine.

The notable leadership at Avant Diagnostics should enable the success of its scientific developments in disease prevention and treatment. Currently, the company’s OvaDx® Pre-Symptomatic Ovarian Cancer Screening Test is at the forefront of Ovarian Cancer detection. The company aims to have this product available for commercialization after FDA approval.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) – The “Sexy” Side of Batteries

November 17, 2015

As a cutting-edge energy storage solutions company, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions is engaged in the design, development and manufacture of high-quality cells, batteries and power systems. It may not sound exciting or “sexy,” but if there’s any reason to get excited about battery technologies, it’s what Oakridge is doing to stir up the market.

For starters, Oakridge’s product line is “Made in the USA” – a federally regulated claim that boasts of patriotism and the creation of domestic jobs. In October, Oakridge announced that the ongoing expansion of its facilities and operations would create 1,000 new jobs in the company’s home state of Florida.

Part of this three-year growth plan included a recent upgrade from the company’s 12,500-square-foot facility to a 68,718-square-foot corporate headquarters and manufacturing center in Palm Bay. Florida Governor Rick Scott, along with several local dignitaries and business entrepreneurs, celebrated the company’s progress with a major press conference at the new headquarters and acknowledged its impact on the local community with the “Governor’s Business Ambassador” medal.

If that doesn’t heat up your pipes, consider that Oakridge’s solutions are optimized to address three high-demand target markets: stationary and grid storage; motive applications, such as electric and hybrid electric fleet vehicles; and specialty applications, such as military, aerospace, marine, medical and telecom backup.

From golf carts, drones and medical uses to underwater and space applications for the consumer, government, industrial and military industries, Oakridge’s products cover the gamut of power solutions:

• Patriot Series – this small format lithium ion battery was designed with RC hobbyists and portable medical devices in mind. This series will provide on-the-go users with a more powerful, longer lasting charge in a more convenient size for travel and storage.

• Pro Series – Oakridge’s lithium ion golf cart battery systems are among the best in the industry – long-lasting and good for over 2,000 cycles, these high energy, high performance batteries will travel up to 60 miles on a single charge and feature smart charging technology and management interface tools.

• Liberty Series – batteries designed for everyday use in vehicles, motorcycles, cars, trucks, boats, jet skis, snowmobiles and more.

• The Freedom Series of Living Space Power Storage Units – powered by hi-tech lithium-ion batteries, this is one Oakridge’s the newest lines currently the product pipeline and undergoing review for commercial production.

Oakridge also maintains an international presence through its recently formed subsidiary, Oakridge Global Energy Solutions Limited, Hong Kong. This subsidiary will serve as the foundation for Oakridge’s sales efforts throughout the Asia-Pacific region, addressing tremendous international demand for its revolutionary stored energy solutions. The company also maintains a substantial interest in Leclanche S.A., a Swiss developer and manufacturer of large-sized lithium-ion batteries that was originally founded in 1909.

Leaning on the expertise of its proven management team – which includes more than 100 years of combined industry experience – Oakridge is heating up the lithium-battery market with its technologies, and plans to take its share of the $12 billion domestic battery manufacturing industry while extending its market reach in the global lithium-ion batteries market, which is expected to tip the scales at $70 billion by 2020.

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert November 17, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Meet Me, Inc. (MEET), which fell 10% or more today.

Despite being “ranked among the fastest growing companies in North America” yesterday, MEET fell almost $0.30 ($0.28 to be exact) for a daily loss of just over 10%.

After hovering around $3 per share last week, MEET shares have tumbled over the past few days. With no news to support the selling, it is most likely investors taking profits after the company’s month-plus run from around $1.60 to just above $3. Any time a company appreciates so rapidly, a pull-back is not unexpected, and that is certainly the case here.

We recommended MEET in the October 2015 newsletter, and the company is still in Category 1 despite a net loss in the most recent quarter. This is because the loss is due to a one-time $5.7 million bad debt expense as we explain on the front page and page 7 of the November 2015 newsletter. Look to enter a position on the pull-back if you aren’t already holding. Then, simply follow the Game Plan.

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Latitude 360, Inc. (LATX) Offers Loyal Members Amazing Perks for Non-Stop Entertainment

The growing amount of unused rewards cards in consumer wallets might cause hesitance when approached by more businesses-seeking new members. However, Latitude 360, Inc., an operator and developer of multi-dimensional dining venues, offers membership programs that provide faithful patrons with an array of benefits that keep them coming back. For those even casually interested, the free Latitude 360 VIP Rewards card accumulates points for each purchase, eventually totaling in amounts for free entertainment like the comedy club, dine-in movies or luxury bowling.

Helping to solidify customer relationships, the company also offers two club membership cards that have even more bonuses. Patrons who purchase the Blue Membership pay $25 a month and automatically receive double the points on every purchase. Plus, they get two comedy show tickets along with unlimited movies at the popular Cinegrille and a $25 game card to the venue’s arcade. Blue members even get free luxury bowling during the week one hour at a time. All of this comes with a personal concierge to help coordinate these fun activities and carries a monthly value of more than $200.

With the second option, the Black Membership, regulars get triple the points on every purchase. They also get 4 free comedy tickets with unlimited movie tickets through the week. Then they have 8 movie tickets for the weekends with two-free hours of luxury bowling any time. This membership also provides a personal concierge. These memberships not only work at Latitude 360 venues, but also at local businesses around their three locations. Members can get local discounts at places like LA Fitness in Jacksonville, Eden’s Market in Pittsburgh, and A Touch of Zen in Indianapolis.

Since customer loyalty is extremely valuable for businesses, issuing member-only incentives may create a lasting relationship between client and company. With so many member benefits, Latitude 360 Inc. can expect returning customers while attracting potential clients for more business.

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert November 16, 2015

November 16, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Newtek Business Services (NEWT), which gained 10% or more today.

Today is NEWT’s ex-dividend day, or the last day for shareholders to buy/sell shares and be considered/not considered for the upcoming dividend. On a stock’s ex-dividend date, the share price is negatively adjusted by the amount of the dividend, usually going unnoticed.

Larger dividends are noticed, as is the case with NEWT’s special dividend of $2.69 per share. Friday’s $17.22 close was adjusted for the dividend, equalling a close of $14.53. Therefore, rather than dropping $2.91 (16.9%), NEWT slid just $0.22 (1.51%). Yahoo! Finance and others may not have accounted for the dividend, but your brokerage (TD Ameritade for example) should have.

MORE ON THE DIVIDEND: On Oct. 1, NEWT announced a special dividend of $34 million total (at the time $3.29 per share based on 10.3 million shares) payable on December 31, 2015. With the recent 2.3 million share offering, there are now 12.6 million shares outstanding (for a dividend of $2.69 per share). Only 27% of the dividend will be paid in cash, the rest will be awarded in shares.

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OurPet’s Company (OPCO) Named ‘Company of the Month’ in November Issue of The Bowser Report

OurPet’s Company was featured in the November issue of The Bowser Report as the Company of the Month. Regular readers of the report are likely already familiar with OPCO, as the company has been recommended multiple times in the publication dating all the way back to May 2007. Recently, the company has caught the attention of researchers by reporting consistent and sustainable growth, and that performance has Bowser recommending OPCO as an addition to portfolios for the third time in less than a decade.

“OurPet’s, now a three-time recommendation, is the model for steady sales growth,” the report stated. “At current values, OPCO is fairly valued from a price-to-earnings perspective, but with the company’s steady growth potential, it could be a long-term winner.”

Taking a look at the markets in which OPCO operates, this growth potential is further illustrated. In 2013, the pet products and services market was valued at $71.3 billion, and additional industry growth is expected in the coming years. OPCO is capitalizing on these market conditions with a two-pronged branding strategy – including OurPets® for the pet specialty channel and PetZone® for the food, drug and mass retail channels. Through these brands, the company has secured roughly 250 distribution customers, including nationwide retailers such as Walmart (NYSE: WMT), PetSmart (NASDAQ: PETM), Petco and Kroger (NYSE: KR).

In the past four years, OPCO has leveraged its defined branding strategy and extensive intellectual property portfolio to record a 20.8 percent increase in sales. Likewise, the company’s earnings have grown from $120,674 to $1.1 million since 2011. In recent months, OPCO has attempted to build on this performance by increasing the overall visibility of its stock. The company recently joined the OTCQX, the highest tier of the OTC Markets platform, in an effort to continue pushing toward new 52-week highs.

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International Stem Cell Corp. (ISCO) Posts Key Business Highlights, Opens its Books for Q3, YtD 2015

International Stem Cell Corp. this morning posted a business update along with operating results for the three- and nine-month periods ended September 30, 2105. Among other results, the California-based biotech company reported an increase in quarterly revenues, along with significantly narrowed third-quarter and nine-month losses.

“Overall I am satisfied with the company’s progress in Q3. We are maintaining our position as a leader in regenerative medicine field and the overall operating income of our biomedical businesses continues to grow,” Andrey Semechkin, Ph.D., CEO and co-chairman of ISCO, stated in the news release. “We really look forward to beginning the enrolment of patients in our pending Parkinson’s disease clinical trial before the end of 2015.”

Q3 Business Highlights

Among several quarterly business highlights, ISCO in the third quarter of 2015 developed an innovative technology designed to generate functional articular cartilage from the patient’s own skin or adipose tissue with the potential to treat osteoarthritis. The company also moved into the second phase of its existing research agreement with global Japanese pharmaceutical company Rohto Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd.; appointed a new chief executive officer; and presented comprehensive findings from Parkinson’s disease program at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting, Neuroscience 2015.

In regards to its wholly owned subsidiary, ISCO in the third quarter completed clinical testing of a new compound, which the company intends to utilize in substantially new skin care products to be marketed by its subsidiary Lifeline Skin Care, Inc., starting December 2015. Lifeline Skin Care launched its ProPlus+ professional line of products that will be available exclusively through Lifeline’s network of dermatologists, aestheticians and med spas.

Q3, YtD Financial Results

For the quarter ended in September 2015, ISCO reported revenues of $2.14 million, an increase of 9% over revenue of $173,000 posted in the third quarter of 2014. The company’s Lifeline Cell Technology sales increased by 22%, or $220,000, while Lifeline Skin Care sales decreased by 5%, or $47,000; both wholly owned subsidiaries remain profitable. ISCO’s consolidated net loss for the quarter was $539,000 compared to consolidated net loss of $2.0 million for the third quarter last year.

Total consolidated revenue for the nine months ended September 30, 2015, was $5.57 million, an increase of 7%, or $373,000, vs $5.20 million in revenue reported for the comparable period of 2014. Lifeline Cell Technology sales increased by 9%, or $244,000, while Lifeline Skin Care sales decreased by 5%, or $129,000. ISCO’s consolidated net loss for the nine months ended September 30, 2015, was $1.1 million vs a consolidated net loss of $7.9 million for the comparable nine months of last year, which the company partially attributes to the completion of multiple preclinical studies during the first six months of 2015.

ISCO ended the third quarter of 2015 with cash balance of $599,000. As of September 30, 2015, stockholders’ equity totaled $834,000.

Using its core technology, which results in the creation of pluripotent human stem cells from unfertilized oocytes (eggs), ISCO is focused on the therapeutic applications of human parthenogenetic stem cells (hpSCs) and the development and commercialization of cell-based research and cosmetic products. ISCO scientists have created the first parthenogenetic, homozygous stem cell line that can be a source of therapeutic cells for hundreds of millions of individuals of differing genders, ages and racial background with minimal immune rejection after transplantation. hpSCs offer the potential to create the first true stem cell bank, UniStemCell™. ISCO also produces and markets specialized cells and growth media for therapeutic research worldwide through its subsidiary Lifeline Cell Technology (, and stem cell-based skin care products through its subsidiary Lifeline Skin Care (

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Freedom Leaf, Inc. (FRLF) Engages QualityStocks Investor Relations Services

Freedom Leaf, parent of Freedom Leaf Magazine, and a budding cannabis industry incubator, today announced that it has engaged the investor relations services of QualityStocks. Based in Scottsdale, Arizona, QualityStocks has assisted more than 300 public companies with their efforts to broaden influence, attract growth capital and improve shareholder value.

“As we pursue effective avenues to license the Freedom Leaf brand and affiliate publications both at home and overseas, shareholder communication is of upmost importance,” stated Freedom Leaf, CEO Cliff Perry. “We’re also celebrating our first full year as a cannabis-centered multi-media news and entertainment source; forming a partnership with QualityStocks at this important mark in corporate history is an excellent way to ensure the investment community is well-aware of our ongoing achievements and of important happenings in cannabis-related news, legislation and education.”

QualityStocks will leverage its network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools to launch an aggressive communications strategy to spotlight Freedom Leaf and its family of websites.

“The push toward legalization of medical and recreational marijuana is rapidly gaining steam, and Freedom Leaf is in a unique position to increase circulation of its content and achieve considerable brand recognition from the movement,” stated QualityStocks Managing Director Michael McCarthy. “As the company pursues its potential, we look forward to working with Freedom Leaf management to help the company streamline and enhance its communications efforts while introducing the company to potential investors outside its current reach.”

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Continental Stock Transfer & Trust: Unique Logistical Advantages of Tailored Midcap/Microcap Focus, Synergistic for Company & Investor Alike

November 15, 2015

It is a commonly held misconception that all stock transfer agents pretty much do the same thing, from handling record keeping and fulfilling tasks such as share issuance, to managing an acquisition transaction. For the most part, the prevalence of this misconception makes a good deal of sense, given that the vast majority of transfer agents really are somewhat interchangeable. However, there are striking examples that many issuers aren’t adequately conversant with, such as the fourth largest transfer agent in the U.S., which has over 1,100 public issuers, representing more than two and a half million shareholder accounts: Continental Stock Transfer & Trust.

Family-owned with over five decades in the game, Continental prides itself on a long and distinguished track record of successes. As of last year, Continental was rated the number one stock transfer agent in North America by an industry-wide survey for four years running, and is noteworthy as being rated the lowest priced major agent in North America for ten consecutive years.

A laser-like focus on companies with 50,000 shareholders or less means Continental is able to provide its quality class capabilities to emerging and growth midcap/microcap companies, and yet do so in a highly tailored, while still affordable fashion. As the only major agent that caters to this area of the market, Continental really is the first name in the book when it comes to successfully executing key transfer agent tasks. But it is the company’s tireless dedication to working one-on-one with small public issuers, providing them access to a full range of core, as well as expanded offerings, which has cemented Continental’s leadership role in this area of the market.

The company’s extended offerings run the gamut: from comprehensive IPO handling with precision-timed planning in the pre-offering phase and meticulous financial prep/liaison work, to expert SPAC (special purpose acquisition company) processor services. In fact, Continental is able to boast the distinction of having handled almost every SPAC brought to market since 1990, accounting for a total raise of over $15 billion – making the company an undisputed leader in this area, which can handle everything from warrant and escrow agents services, to trustee duties. Coordinating IPO and post-IPO activity on SPACs is a specialty of Continental’s, and this one fact, more than anything else perhaps, properly demonstrates just how adroit the company is when it comes to addressing the underserved needs of the midcap/microcap community.

Customized services, such as employee, direct purchase, dividend reinvestment, and stock plan administration sets Continental out as a shining example of what is possible in the field. Constant innovation in the space is another thing which sets the company apart, with tools like ContinentaLink, which allows shareholders easy and secure access to a wide variety stock account information, putting a bright spotlight on just how comprehensive the company’s overall suite of offerings is. The company’s online, client-based tool for issuers, ControlBook Reporting, allows for share control access across every class of stock in real-time. The ability to monitor and print out reports in an instant, combined with Continental’s policy of giving issuer clients 24/7 access to the company’s senior-level experts, means peace of mind is just the tip of the iceberg for Continental clients. Hands-on, immediate access to data translates into actionable intelligence when it comes to moving markets, and Continental understands only all too well that responsiveness and timing are essential to success.

Continental is ahead of the curve, even before the impact of this trend is truly being felt. As the importance of full-service transfer agent capabilities becomes more and more well understood by market participants, Continental will no doubt radiate ever brighter as a beacon to midcap and microcap companies, signaling a safe port amid ever more complex and challenging seas.

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Freedom Leaf Inc. (FRLF) is “One to Watch”

November 13, 2015

Freedom Leaf Inc., The Marijuana Legalization Company™, is a leading marijuana-related news, multi-media, entertainment, branding, business development, and incubation company with an ever-expanding online presence.

As a staunch national advocate of various state initiatives to legalize medical and recreational marijuana, Freedom Leaf has an entire platform of online content suited for every aspect of advertising and marketing for all businesses in the cannabis industry. These websites incorporate many aspects of the marijuana industry and movement. Freedom Leaf’s current websites include:

Freedom Leaf founders have been involved in marijuana legalization for more than 45 years, delivering to the corporation keen industry insight and guidance on expansion initiatives. Freedom Leaf does not handle, grow, sell or dispense marijuana or related products, and therefore is not regulated in any way by the different government agencies other than standard business type of regulations.

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Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) is “One to Watch”

Moxian, a leader in online-to-offline platform, today announced that it has engaged corporate communications firm DreamTeamNetwork (“DTN”). Austin, Texas-based DTN has assisted more than 300 public companies fine tune their corporate communications strategies, which includes investor relations, public relations, and social media relations, as well as branding and marketing, video production and website development.

“We’re pleased to announce this strategic partnership with DreamTeamNetwork to help us deliver stronger communication channels to our shareholders and initiate greater exposure to potential investors who may not yet have Moxian on their radar,” says Moxian Chief Executive Officer James Mengdong Tan. “We have a great story to tell, and look forward to increasing our exposure without skipping a beat with our ongoing operations.”

DTN will leverage its family of unique brands, along with an extensive network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools to further develop Moxian’s brand awareness and communications with shareholders.

“Moxian is an exciting company that we believe is positioned to capture significant market share as it increases exposure and streamlines communications with the broader investment community,” stated Michael McCarthy, Managing Director for DTN. “We look forward to working closely with Moxian’s senior management and staff to help the company achieve its corporate communications initiatives.”

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert November 13, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on FitLife Brands (FTLF), which gained 10% or more today.

FTLF closed up $0.28 for the day after reporting on its third quarter results yesterday evening. The release featured sales up 14%, but earnings down 32%. Earnings were down primarily due to the company’s merger with iSatori.

In our latest front page article, which published today, we discuss one-time charges and how they affect Bowser Ratings. In the case of FTLF, its acquisition costs with iSatori would qualify: “Excluding the non-recurring merger and non-cash issuance costs, net income would have been $700,000.”

FTLF, in the November newsletter, is in Category 3 and is Not Rated (NR). FTLF’s Rating taking into account these most recent results, though not yet completed, should reflect the improved report.

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Cherubim Interests, Inc. (CHIT) Taps Community Oriented Spirit of Management Team to Benefit Home State

Cherubim Interests is a unique company in its pronounced dedication to improving its home state of Texas, while providing substantial return to its investors, by turning around undervalued real estate assets, creating safer and more desirable living environments for current and future generations. The company’s vision is of becoming a leader in the fields of alternative construction, multi-family real estate development, property management, and investment.

An example of this creative orientation is Cherubim’s work with BudCube Cultivation Systems USA, developers of a proprietary controlled environment cultivation technology aimed at helping cultivators of legal medical and recreational cannabis, as well as other plant species, meet rising market demand. Coupled with the real estate development and property management business model of parent company Cherubim Interests, BudCube is able to offer prospective cultivators quick entry into the rapidly expanding cannabis cultivation market at a price point that is extremely attractive when compared to traditional construction solutions.

In support of their objectives, the company has brought together a management team with a strong community and commercial spirit and background in areas such as construction, finance, and property management.

Patrick Johnson (CEO), coming from a championship sports background, has proven himself in senior level positions in the construction, oil and gas, and consumer products industries, in both public and private sectors, in addition to consulting in the private equity, mining, gaming, entertainment, Internet, and corporate finance industries. In his career he has also assisted a variety of charities and non-profit organizations through volunteer work and fund raising. It must be said that his outstanding experience in college and pro sports was hugely foundational in his remarkable win-win orientation and ability to work with people to achieve sky-high goals: Olympic-caliber sprinter, Pac-10 Championship winner in the 400 meters, defeating the legendary Carl Lewis in the 100-meter, All-American football player in college, Oregon Athletics Hall of Famer, member of Super Bowl winning Baltimore Ravens.

Gary Fewell (COO), brings more than 20 years of experience in both management and work environments, from Fortune 500 companies to start-up businesses, including in financial analysis, procurement, budget management, and all phases of project development. In the oil and gas industry, he benefitted from working with highly recognized professionals, coordinating a number of projects from conception through completion, and has developed a special focus on spotting long term growth opportunities.

Corbin Grubbs (CFO), has over 20 years of accounting and financial business experience, holding management and leadership positions with both private and public market leaders in the financial services, manufacturing, automotive, and healthcare industries. This includes being a former Director and CFO of a nationally recognized debt purchaser, later successfully selling the company’s portfolio assets to a larger publically held company.

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Dominovas Energy Corp. (DNRG) Exec Speaks at South African Institute of Electrical Engineers Event (SAIEE) Regarding Revolutionary RUBICONTM Design

Dominovas Energy was recently hosted by the South African Institute of Electrical Engineers (SAIEE) in Johannesburg, South Africa, where Dr. Shamiul Islam, executive vice-president of the company’s Fuel Cell Division, delivered a lecture presenting the company’s electricity generating technology, the RUBICONTM Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC) system.

Dr. Islam delivered his presentation on the proprietary design of the industry’s first scalable, single megawatt SOFC system to an audience of stakeholders, potential off-takers, engineers, and academics actively engaged in South Africa’s power generation and distribution industry.

“The design of a single megawatt system lays out the foundation for scale with modular design and construction of a multi-megawatt RUBICONTM system. Until now, all single megawatt systems of fuel cell generated power were comprised of an array of individual kilowatt units configured to function at a megawatt scale. The generally accepted configuration and design of megawatt systems within the industry to date have taken smaller configurations of the fuel cell stacks, generally 1kW, and pieced them together to create configurations totaling multiple kilowatts. This approach is problematic in that the generation of megawatt baseload power is inefficient and it additionally creates units that, by design, have multiple opportunities for failure which contribute to extraordinary and otherwise unnecessary repair and maintenance costs. In designing a true megawatt system, Dominovas Energy has optimized system size, production efficiency, and overall system performance and veracity,” explained Dr. Islam.

The presentation covered fuel cells in general, and specifically addressed the RUBICONTM SOFC system’s megawatt design, functionality, advanced engineering and manufacture timelines. In comparing the technology to “traditional” sources of electricity generation, Dr. Islam illustrated how the RUBICON™ is the preferred electricity generation choice of both public utilities and private sector operations in the manufacturing, hospitality, mining and agriculture industries throughout sub-Saharan Africa.

When asked about the significance of Dominovas Energy’s presentation, SAIEE Chairman Max Chauke responded first by noting South Africa’s power challenges and their adverse impact on the economy.

“Although our government is building new power plants such as the coal fired Medupi and Kusile, these will not be adequate to solve the power crisis that we face as more and more of the older plants are ending their productive life. Alternative sources of power are required and we commend government’s efforts in addressing and actively seeking out alternative energy solutions,” he stated. “The SAIEE encourages the Government to continue investing in various sources of alternative energy and to specifically consider other technologies such as Solid Oxide Fuel Cells (SOFC) which have a strong value proposition along with an electrical efficiency greater than solar power and wind energy. On behalf of my colleagues, I would like to thank Dominovas Energy for the outstanding and proper presentation that was made to the SAIEE’s Power and Energy section regarding the RUBICON™ SOFC technology. As the section and institute, we will continue working with Dominovas Energy along with other industry experts in order to keep abreast with the latest technologies that can be of great benefit to South Africa and her people.”

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Giggles N’ Hugs, Inc. (GIGL) Success Story Ready for National & International Expansion


According to National Restaurant Association data, restaurants gobble up around 47 percent of all consumer food spending, doing some $709 billion each year in sales, and providing employment for over 14 million Americans. However, while there has been a great deal of innovation in the fast-casual segment in recent years, an overly saturated market has left operators desperately searching for new recipes to success, and the casual dining end of the market remains largely dominated by entrenched brands such as Luby’s (NYSE: LUB) Fuddruckers, or Darden Restaurant’s (NYSE: DRI) Olive Garden.

The heavily consolidated casual dining market is ripe for the kind of disruption we have seen in fast-casual in recent years. Where the likes of Luby’s Koo Koo Roo chicken, or innovator Chipotle Mexican Grill (NYSE: CMG), have successfully blended together speed, affordability, and healthier organic options in order to capture increasing market share. Healthier food choices are one of the major driving factors in the market today and any models which seek to prosper in the casual dining segment are most likely going to have some or all of their menu’s emphasis focused in this direction.

Up-and-comer Giggles N’ Hugs (OTCQB: GIGL) is a good example of this, blending together a Gymboree-like, kid-focused play area and delicious, organic casual dining for parents. This is an entirely new approach to family dining which has its origins in the founder’s attempt to find a casual dining restaurant they could take their young daughter to, secure in the knowledge that they could get healthier and even organic food options, and not have to spend the entire time managing their child’s behavior. At Giggles N’ Hugs kids can act their age, running around and playing in the 2,000 square foot plus play area located at each restaurant, safe under the watchful gaze of parents and restaurant staff who are dedicated to being attendees.

And GIGL has first-mover advantage here as one of the first and only children’s play center/restaurant to bring together high-end, organic food, with an upscale décor and family-friendly play area geared towards kids under 10. The company even offers parents a child drop off service so they can shop while the kids enjoy themselves stomping around at Giggles N’ Hugs in the play area.

The restaurant is split into two sections, one for dining and one for play, each section designed and constructed to be fit for purpose. Diverse revenues streams for the business include the typical restaurant side sales like food and beverage, as well as beer and wine – but are massively augmented by birthday party sales, retail item sales, play area fees, and membership subscriptions on the play area side. In fact, private party sales were up 3.4 percent year-over-year according to GIGL’s Q2 financial data released in August, reflecting steady growth of the company’s most lucrative offerings across its existing footprint of three locations at some of LA’s top malls.

One big secret to the company’s success has been that Giggles N’ Hugs is quite a deal for parents when it comes to hosting birthday parties for the kids, delivering more for less than competitors, with around a $350 price tag on birthday parties that includes everything the competition does, and many things they don’t. With a price point less than the average Chuck E. Cheese (the low end of the market), but sumptuous organic menu options sourced from locally-grown produce where possible, and gluten free choices, as well as a huge play area designed to captivate and enthrall young kids with its thematic elements, it is little wonder that GIGL continues to win over customers and the media alike.

From A-list celebrities bringing their kids for birthday parties or play at Giggles N’ Hugs locations, to major media sources (including some of LA media’s local kingmakers) running stories on the company’s success, GIGL has benefitted from a substantial amount of organic draw. The only cherry you can really put on this already highly successful cake is nationwide expansion and the company is currently busy leveraging an already well-established tenant relationship with major national mall owner/operator Westfield, to this very end.

A solid success story across its existing footprint and now a big opportunity to expand nationally and internationally, are very good indicators for GIGL shareholders moving forward. Interested investors should take note of the company’s potential, and the potential of the restaurant model the company has created to become increasingly dominant within its niche, fueled by a lack of real direct competition for its product/services mix, and a brilliant execution that is empowered by management’s extensive collective experience in the restaurant game

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Legacy Ventures International, Inc. (LGYV) Looks to Replicate the Commercial Success of Vitaminwater® and ZICO Coconut Water with Innovative Product

Legacy Ventures International is a multinational conglomerate focused on the acquisition of proven, high-potential businesses across a variety of viable markets and industries. The company’s strategy involves the acquisition of businesses with disruptive ideas and game-changing concepts that can be rapidly scaled to promote sustainable growth. On October 1, Legacy kicked this strategy into gear when it announced the acquisition of RM Fresh Brands – a Canada-based servicer of food and beverage retailers and distributors representing an extensive portfolio of highly desirable brands. Through this acquisition, Legacy acquired the Canadian distribution rights to a product that brings a whole new meaning to thinking ‘outside the box’.

Boxed Water is an innovative solution to the mounting bottled water problem that’s reaching a fever pitch around the planet. According to The Water Project, U.S. landfills are overflowing with more than two million tons of discarded water bottles. Worse yet, these bottles will take more than 1,000 years to biodegrade, and, if incinerated, they release toxic fumes into the atmosphere. Boxed Water addresses this waste by utilizing 100 percent recyclable packaging that has less than half of the carbon footprint of a PET bottle, according to Cradle to Gate.

While Boxed Water is a clear step in the right direction in terms of environmental impact, it is also a significant opportunity for Legacy to establish a foothold in the rapidly evolving North American beverage market. In recent years, brands such as Glacéau Vitaminwater® and ZICO Coconut Water™ have demonstrated the commercial potential of innovative, healthy beverage options. Following a period of rapid growth, both were eventually acquired by beverage giant Coca-Cola (NYSE: KO).

Legacy took a step toward replicating this success when it added Matthew Merson to its board of directors last month. In addition to serving as the current vice president of Boxed Water is Better, LLC – the U.S. distributor of Boxed Water – Merson brings more than 25 years of experience in the branded food and beverage space (including time with both Glacéau and ZICO) to the Legacy team.

Earlier this month, Legacy announced that it had submitted an application to list its shares of common stock on the Canadian Securities Exchange in order to gain better access to investors throughout its Boxed Water distribution footprint. As it continues to market the Boxed Water brand throughout Canada, the company will look to further implement its acquisition-based expansion strategy while maximizing financial growth for the foreseeable future. For prospective shareholders, this makes Legacy a company to watch in the months to come.

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The Bowser Report – Daily Mover Alert November 12, 2015

November 12, 2015

Today, The Bowser Report issued a daily mover alert on Innovative Food Holdings (IVFH), which gained 10% or more today.

IVFH closed up 13% on huge volume today following pre-market news that the company intends to spin-off its The Fresh Diet subsidiary. IVFH hit an intraday high of $1 per share.

The company cited the following reasons for its decision:
• Innovative Food Holdings and The Fresh Diet management will each be able to better focus on their core businesses and more effectively drive growth in shareholder value;
• The Fresh Diet will become a pure-play direct-to-consumer business, ideally positioning The Fresh Diet to realize the higher valuations typically associated with foodtech and food-delivery public companies;
• As a standalone public company, The Fresh Diet will be able to take advantage of acquisition opportunities in multiple fresh meal verticals, building upon its leading last mile specialty food delivery platform;
• Innovative Food Holdings shareholders will continue to benefit from future success of The Fresh Diet through Innovative Food Holdings’ remaining ownership stake;
• Two separate companies will allow potential new investors to delineate the risk/return characteristics of each business and better match their own investment objectives.
Of course, the exact effects of this are yet to be seen. With that said, we recommend sticking to our previous analysis on IVFH: do not open a new position and follow the Game Plan if you do.

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Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology, Inc. (HART) is “One to Watch”

Harvard Apparatus achieved considerable buzz this morning in announcing significant results from animal research on its second-generation bioengineered platform. Demonstrating clear evidence of complete esophageal tissue regeneration within two weeks, the study “far exceeded” company – and market, so it seems – expectations.

“We pursued these animal studies to test the design and technology enhancements we have made to our second generation technology and to prepare us for our upcoming studies with the Mayo Clinic. We are very encouraged by the results of these studies and by the significant advancements we have made across all three indications …,” HART CEO Jim McGorry said in today’s news release.

Company chief Medical Officer Saverio La Francesca, M.D. added to the sentiment, stating that “We believe that our second generation implant possesses all the necessary cues to elicit full regeneration of the esophagus. Importantly, our esophageal implant addresses a very significant need as a potentially life-saving treatment for patients with esophageal cancer. Each year in the U.S. approximately 17,000 new cases of esophageal cancer are diagnosed, and more than 4,000 are addressed by surgery. Our results underscore the value and potential of our platform technology to treat these patients and pave the way for further studies and our regulatory pathway for human clinical trials.”

McGorry has been at his executive post for four months now, and moving forward will guide the company through expanded preclinical trials at the Mayo Clinic slated for December. HART plans to file an initial IND application with the USDA next year.

Today’s news boosted shares more than 115% in mid-day trading, a welcome increase considering the company earlier this week received a delisting notice from NASDAQ. The company’s stock is down 89% since the start of the year.

If that’s enough to pique your interest, join in on the company’s conference call at 5 p.m. ET today for a discussion of study results. Dial toll-free 877-407-8293, or international: 201-689-8349, and reference Harvard Apparatus Regenerative Technology, Inc. You can also access the audio webcast at

A replay will be available within approximately three hours from the end of the call through 11:59 pm ET on November 19, 2015, and will be accessible by dialing toll-free 877-660-6853, or toll/international 201-612-7415, and referencing conference ID “13624147.” The replay will also be made available at the web link above and on the company’s web site,

Moxian, Inc. (MOXC) Engages DreamTeamNetwork Corporate Communications Service Suite

Moxian, a leader in online-to-offline platform, today announced that it has engaged corporate communications firm DreamTeamNetwork (“DTN”). Austin, Texas-based DTN has assisted more than 300 public companies fine tune their corporate communications strategies, which includes investor relations, public relations, and social media relations, as well as branding and marketing, video production and website development.

“We’re pleased to announce this strategic partnership with DreamTeamNetwork to help us deliver stronger communication channels to our shareholders and initiate greater exposure to potential investors who may not yet have Moxian on their radar,” says Moxian Chief Executive Officer James Mengdong Tan. “We have a great story to tell, and look forward to increasing our exposure without skipping a beat with our ongoing operations.”

DTN will leverage its family of unique brands, along with an extensive network of partners, daily and weekly newsletters, social media channels, blog and other outreach tools to further develop Moxian’s brand awareness and communications with shareholders.

“Moxian is an exciting company that we believe is positioned to capture significant market share as it increases exposure and streamlines communications with the broader investment community,” stated Michael McCarthy, Managing Director for DTN. “We look forward to working closely with Moxian’s senior management and staff to help the company achieve its corporate communications initiatives.”

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Lingo Media Corp. (LMDCF) (LM.V) Maintains Scalability for Continued Product Relevance and Growth

The need to understand and use English increases each day across the globe. Lingo Media Corp. meets this demand by developing online and print technologies to help people learn the language. So far, the company established a strong relationship with China’s education system, helping 300 million students, and seeks to expand its reach to Latin America.

Lingo Media uses two business units, ELL Technologies and Lingo Learning, to teach English from kindergarten to adulthood. The first is a virtual software that provides contextual-based training, achievement tests, and interactive lessons to users. The other offers print educational texts that make teaching easier while offering 350 program titles that can suit any eager student.

For continued success, the company assures its scalability in the EdTech industry. The benefits of its electronically based coursework start with its real-time reporting and feedback of progress while dealing with the tedious parts of teaching so educators can focus on the important intellectual areas. For continued scalability, both Lingo Media’s programs can be accessed across many devices and therefore can be used across the world. Part of Lingo Media’s scalability is the assurance that software can run in any environment while adapting to all skill levels. Kindergartners and adults alike have benefited from these programs. The company also takes feedback from customers so that lessons are continuously updated to keep content relevant.

Lingo Media strives to develop its electronic learning resources while expanding its market. It believes that English can break down global barriers that may hinder development and business relationships. Both ELL Technologies and Lingo Learning provide educational tools that people of all ages can benefit. The company’s scalability factors into its goals of advancing education and expanding its brand.

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Avant Diagnostics (AVDX) Leading an Evolution in Early Detection of Ovarian Cancer

November 11, 2015

Avant Diagnostics is a medical technology company at the forefront of driving an evolution in the screening of ovarian cancer. Its focus is centered on bringing to market innovative diagnostic tests based upon the completion of the human genome sequencing project. The company endeavors in developing a refined screening test for diagnosing ovarian cancer by way of OvaDx – the market’s first large-panel biomarker screening test for this deadly disease.

OvaDx® is considered to be an advanced diagnostic test that measures the activation of the immune system in response to ovarian tumor cell development. Patient sera are applied to OvaDx® microarrays which enable binding between proteomic biomarkers in the patient samples and capture agents on the microarrays. The microarrays are washed and scanned to produce a digital readout for each serum sample, and the data are quantified and analyzed in software to generate the test results.

Medical findings in genetic research offer extensive opportunities for impacting both the diagnosis and treatment of critical diseases. It focusses on identifying variations in specific genes in the genome, variations which reveal individual characteristics, including the state of the disease or its statistical characteristics. Tests of this nature that detect diseases at early stages in their progression and thus offer different options for earlier treatments resulting in better outcomes for the patient. As an additional result, medical providers benefit by way of significant cost savings by avoiding costly treatments traditionally reserved for cancer in its later stages.

ADVX’s discovery path is a result of a decade of genetic and physiological research. The company concentrates on capitalizing on the human immune system for early detection. The result, OvaDx, delivers a large panel of refined markers for high sensitivity. The company’s OvaDx markers and kits are proprietary, include patented manufacturing technology, and an exclusive, worldwide license. Upon FDA 510(k) clearance, Avant intends to sell or license OvaDx®. Avant intends to utilize its public company stage to expand its portfolio of diagnostic tests in the future.

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Oakridge Global Energy Solutions, Inc. (OGES) Geared-Up to Do What Some Experts Say Tesla Should Be Doing Instead Of Focusing On Luxury EVs

A report out last month from 30-year plus veteran energy, telecom, security and advanced computer tech analysis/forecasting firm, Winter Green Research, indicates that the solid-state thin film battery market is set to grow 44 percent from last year’s $9 million market by 2021, when it will hit $1.3 billion. Key applications in emergent technologies, as well as continuously evolving areas such as power bridging, permanent power and wireless sensor networks, are among the chief growth drivers cited by the report. Also noted was the fact that vendors recently trounced Q1 performance handily, with two-fold revenue growth and a trebling of unit output. The uninterruptable, standalone efficacy of these millimeters-thick, high energy density battery systems has really caught on across all target markets, and the industry has matured to a point where the focus has shifted from growth to manufacturing efficiencies and profit margins.

This is where a lithium-ion battery developer, manufacturer and marketer like Oakridge Global Energy Solutions can really shine, expanding into a complementary product space which reinforces the company’s already strong footing. Solid-state thin film is an attractive addition to the company’s lineup as OGES continues working towards its goal of building a truly industrial scale lithium-ion systems platform, one which spans both core technologies and form factors. Oakridge Global Energy Solutions already has an impressive lineup being churned out, covering such markets as NEV (neighborhood electric vehicle) and golf carts, stationary and grid storage applications, consumer and military ROVs (remotely operated vehicle), and the starter motor battery market.

Solid-State Thin Film Battery Market Has Ripened

According to OGES the solid-state thin film battery market is now finally ripe for some serious momentum, with a vast array of technologically sophisticated products coming into existence, or ready to come into existence commercially with the assistance of these wafer-thin powerhouses, some of which can last for years without the need for recharging. Steady power to a given device from a flexible form factor allows for incorporation into wearables like smart clothing and the creation of a range of products featuring smart surfaces or embedded sensors, even ones you might not consider right away, such as automotive tires. The military market is quite interesting here as well, with the emergence of smart combat gear and wearables for the battlespace, as well as smart furniture on infantry armaments becoming easier and easier to implement.

At any rate, after the much ballyhooed expansion of Oakridge’s impressive new 68,718 square foot facility in Central Florida, personally attended by Governor Rick Scott, news out of OGES is that the company will likely already be out of pre-production prototyping early next year on is solid-state thin film model. The company wants to be making and shipping these high-tech American made beauties from another brand new facility sometime starting in late 2016. Executive Chairman and CEO of OGES, Steve Barber, said the company would harness all of its in-house expertise, as well as the local bounty of talent contained in Florida’s neighboring Space Coast region, in order to get a separate facility tooled with the requisite capabilities needed to manufacture these “game-changing” new batteries. This market is ripe for the picking too, with only a handful of companies such as STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM) (OTC: STMEF) really at the forefront of the space. Products such as STM’s 220 µm EnFilm™, a rechargeable, solid-state unit with a fast constant-voltage recharge, as well as a 10-year (4000 cycle) lifespan, really shows what is possible in this market through creative engineering.

Oakridge Already Is Where Experts Say Tesla Should Be Focused

A recent article in The Washington Post on Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) argued that Tesla would be better off as a battery arms dealer in a world rapidly migrating towards electric vehicles and touted the explosion of the Chinese low-speed electric vehicle (LSEV) market over the last several years. Tesla sales are still dwarfed by traditional auto manufacturers, with the top slot still in the EV market currently still held by the Nissan (OTC: NSANY) Leaf at 12 percent market share. Nearly ten times the number of highly versatile low-speed electric cars were sold in China during 2013 than Tesla sold that year worldwide, with the epicenter of activity being Shandong Province, which has around 100 million people, packed into bustling cities like Linyi (population over 10 million). The low price point of LSEVs, which are effectively more powerful versions of golf carts, could help the vehicle class develop into a substantial market in the U.S. as well, especially in higher population density cities such as Los Angeles.

Tesla is coming at the EV market from the luxury auto end of things and trying to work high margin items to get its footing, but this has been a difficult and harrowing endeavor to say the least. The easy street some would argue, is servicing burgeoning demand for batteries to power all these electric vehicles. This is a big opportunity for a domestic manufacturer like OGES, which already has the appropriate tack worked out and is primed for growth with cutting-edge products like those from its Pro Series of maintenance-free rechargeable 40 Ah, 60 Ah, 100 Ah, and 160 Ah batteries, which have been designed specifically for the golf cart/NEV market. Equipped with a smart charging system that allows the user to retain their existing charger, Pro Series lithium-ion batteries are good for over 2,000 cycles, can go up to 60 miles on a single charge, work with any golf cart, and have a software UI driven by an Android app.

Harvard Business Review made the case quite succinctly in its May 2015 issue, arguing that Tesla is not as disruptive as one might think, because the company’s entire business model focuses on starting at the high end of the EV market, with $100,000 plus luxury vehicles. Tesla is aiming to have a $35,000 vehicle out sometime in 2017 aimed squarely at the mass consumer market, but the big automakers could shift to electric more quickly than Tesla can ramp up vehicle production capacity. OGES can step in here and be one of a handful of companies filling the gap, providing the kinds of diverse battery solutions needed at all levels of the EV space.

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