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ESP Resources Inc., formerly Pantera Petroleum Inc., is an exploration stage company engaged in the acquisition of prospective oil and gas properties in North and South America. A publicly traded oil and gas company, ESP Resources Inc. is a custom formulator, manufacturer, distributor, and marketer of specialty chemicals to the oil and gas industry. The wholesale division of the company supplies specialty chemicals to several retailers operating in West Africa.
Net Savings Link, Inc. delivers electronic access to savings, discounts, sales, coupons, specials and preferred member venues to large businesses and organizations, as well as families and individuals on those categories that consume the majority of today's net disposable income. Products and services including groceries, dining, travel, shopping, wellness, banking, and communications are provided by preferred vendors, accessed through Net Savings Link's site, and, in turn, provided to end users.
FEC Resources Inc. is engaged primarily in the business of exploration and development of oil and gas and other mineral related opportunities in the Philippines through its majority-owned subsidiary. The company also involves in the exploration of gold properties. FEC Resources Inc. is a subsidiary of Philex Mining Corporation and is headquartered in Calgary, Canada.
Safer Shot, Inc. was incorporated under the laws of the State of Wyoming on September 16, 1997. It was formed specifically to be a 'clean public shell' and for the purpose of either merging with or acquiring an operating company with operating history and assets. In January of 2008, the Company changed its name to Safer Shot, Inc. Safer Shot was organized as a vehicle to seek merger or acquisition candidates. The Company intends to seek, investigate and, proceed with its plan to develop a less than lethal weapon. Safer Shot may acquire an interest in one or more business opportunities presented to it by persons or firms who or which desire to seek perceived advantages of a publicly held corporation. The Company expects to encounter competition in its efforts to complete its business plan, from business development companies, venture capital partnerships and corporations, venture capital affiliates of industrial and financial companies, small investment companies, and wealthy individuals.
Buildablock Corporation operates a social networking website that focuses on the local neighborhood. The Company also offers a search engine for e-commerce that combines group buying, couponing, and price aggregation. Buildablock, through a subsidiary, also offers Internet, telephone and digital television services.
Eurotech commercializes hazardous materials technologies developed in the US, former Soviet Union, and Israel. It has three main divisions: Nuclear and Environment Technology Solutions, Advanced Performance Materials, and Security and Safeguards (which is conducted through a subsidiary, Markland Technologies, Inc.)
Protext Mobility, Inc., a Delaware corporation was incorporated on September 5, 2001 under the name Echo Metrix, Inc. Subsequently, on May 6, 2009, the its name was changed to Protext Mobility, Inc. The Company develops, markets and sells software products and solutions for the internet and mobile communications markets aimed at protecting children from danger on the internet and in mobile communication. It has three products, one for PCs and two for mobile communications devices. Its products include SafeText and DriveAlert parental management products for use with mobile communications devices and Family Safe Parental Controls product for use on the internet. AmberWatch SafeText is a subscription service for parents, which is marketed direct-to-consumer through an exclusive branding with the AmberWatch Foundation. The application empowers parents to keep their children safe by providing effective and comprehensive safeguards against text and social-based communications. SafeText is offered in two configurations, a network-based and a device-based solution. Drive Alert is a mobile application to combat the serious issue of distracted driving. It automatically detects when a smartphone user is driving and sets the phone into 'DriveAlert' mode. FamilySafe Parental Controls product offers software products designed to provide a comprehensive and an effective solution in protecting children using PCs from dangers on the Internet.
Blue Moon Group is an independent record label producing and marketing music.
InterCloud Systems, Inc. operates as an end-to-end solution provider of professional services and infrastructure to the telecommunications industry, major corporations and governmental entities. The Company's services include engineering, construction, maintenance, and installation services to telecommunications providers; underground facility locating services to various utilities and other construction and maintenance services to electric and gas utilities. It also provides telecommunications network infrastructure solutions for development, procurement, design, engineering, construction management, and on-going maintenance and operation of telecommunications network projects. InterCloud Systems, Inc. is based in Boca Raton, Florida.
Sauer Energy, Inc. is a development stage company engaged in the design and manufacture of vertical axis wind turbine (VAWT) systems. The Company's patented design is a compact vertical-axis wind turbine (VAWT) that can be sited on location without being intrusive. It is designed to be integrated directly into existing building structures and may be roof mounted or stand alone. Sauer Energy, Inc. is based in Newbury Park, California.
Garb Oil & Power Corporation was incorporated in the State of Utah in 1972 under the name Autumn Day, Inc. In 1985 the Company changed its name to Garb Oil & Power Corporation, which marked the start of Company's development stage in the energy and recycling industries. The Company's development stage activities consisted of raising capital, purchasing property and developing technology related to waste-to-energy electricity production, pyrolysis (extraction of oil, carbon, and steel from used tires), and recovery of used rubber from large off-the-road tires and repair and sale of used truck tires. Garb exited its development stage in June 30, 2004. It is a fast-growing provider of high-quality equipment to the waste processing and recycling industries. Garb supplies enabling technologies that allow its clients to push its waste processing and recycling goals forward. Whether the need is for single machines or an entire plant, Garb provides fresh, profitable ideas and comprehensive value-added providing for a high rate of return on investment. Garb's family of products includes a range of innovative and proven products, systems and peripherals - all designed to be built with precision and to the finest quality. Garb is committed to long-term solutions and this commitment is reflected in every product produced and every service provided. On March 24, 2010, the Company, along with SRI, Steel Valley Design Inc., LMW Holding Company Inc., Odyssey Environmental LLC, Robert D. Carcelli, Inc., Liberian Holding Corporation, Inc., and Three C's Distributing, Inc. formed eWaste USA, Inc., a Delaware Corporation, with the plan of building, owning and managing ten e-scrap plants on the East Coast of the United States totaling approximately $135,000,000. On April 10, 2010, the Company received and accepted purchase orders to design, install and sell another e-waste recycling plant to La Stella Maris Inc. of Virginia for approximately $13,492,000.
Grillit Inc was incorporated in the State of Nevada on May 21, 2002. The Company acquired 100% of the membership interests of Healthy & Tasty Ventures, LLC on April 25, 2013. The Company is engaged in the operation of casual dining chain of restaurants. The Company offers salads, rice bowls, noodles, wraps, with grilled chicken and steak, from products provided by local and domestic growers and farmers.
Marine Exploration, Inc. was originally incorporated in the State of Delaware on June 27, 1996 under the name Jenkon International, Inc. It changed its name in May 2000 to Multimedia KID, Inc., and again in August 2006 to Syco, Inc. In April 2007, it reorganized as a Colorado corporation and changed its name to Marine Exploration, Inc. It commenced its new business of marine treasure hunting in March 2007, but has not yet generated significant revenues, and is therefore considered a development stage company. The Company's operations are limited to providing funding to, and making approved capital expenditures for, its Joint Venture Partner, Hispaniola Ventures, LLC (Hispaniola). The Company's competitors include Odyssey Marine Exploration, Subsea Resources Ltd. (a UK company), Sovereign Exploration Associates International Inc. and Admiralty Holding Company.
Yaterra Ventures Corp was incorporated on November 20, 2006 pursuant to the laws of the State of Nevada. It is an oil & gas exploration company. It is engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties. Currently, it holds a 100% interest in two mineral properties that is the 'Blue Jack Property' and the 'Minnie Claim'. The Blue Jack Property is comprised of 10 mineral claims covering approximately 206 acres located in Humboldt County, Nevada. The Minnie Claim covers an area of 20 acres, located in the Leecher Creek Mining Division, Washington State. In November 2011, it completed a preliminary rock sampling program on the Blue Jack Property. The Company faces competition with other mineral resource exploration and development companies for financing and for the acquisition of new mineral properties.
Platinum Studios, Inc. was formed on November 20, 1996. On September 15, 2006, it filed with the State of California to convert Platinum Studios, LLC into Platinum Studios, Inc., and a California Corporation. The Company is a comics-based entertainment company. The Company owns the rights to a library of over 5,600 comic book characters, which it adapts and produces for film, television and all other media. The Company continually expanding library consists of characters that have appeared in comics in 25 languages and in more than 50 countries. Its library of comics-based characters spans across multiple genres and multiple target audiences. Platinum has teamed up with screenwriters, producers, directors, movie stars and novelists to develop entertainment content and potential new franchise properties. Platinum Studios is engaged in each of the following areas: Print Publishing, Digital Publishing, Filmed Entertainment, and Merchandise/Licensing. The Company is focused on adding titles and expanding its library with the main goal of creating new franchise properties and characters. Over the next several years, Platinum is working to become the an independent comic book commercialization producer for the entertainment industry across all platforms including film, television, direct-to-home, publishing, and digital media, creating merchandising vehicles through all retail product lines. It has all rights worldwide, not including print comic publishing rights. It has all rights for film and television worldwide. Platinum has published over 50 comic books and graphic novels for distribution through traditional domestic channels. The Company has launched an online 'e-commerce' store to sell merchandise, comic books and other products, an online comics site to highlight the printed comics and graphic novels, a mobile storefront for distribution of digital content, a web-comics site to host the digital distribution of its printed comic material and as a resource for independent comics creators to post new material and it has developed multiple destination sites for individual comic properties. The Company has four distribution channels to sell its products: direct to comic book stores, online, traditional book retail stores and international distributors. The industry in which The Company competes is a rapidly evolving, highly competitive and fragmented market, which is based on consumer preferences and requires substantial human and capital resources.
Ubiquitech Software Corp was incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado on January 11, 2007. In June 2009, the Company changed to a proposed business encompassing two business units or divisions, including an esoteric clinical laboratory (previously known as the Institute for Molecular Pathology), and a research and development facility attached to the esoteric clinical laboratory. Its main strategy is to focus on the acquisition of oil and natural gas mineral leases that are at a minimum "drill ready" and ideally have existing production and cash flow. Its goal is to increase shareholder value by finding and developing oil and natural gas reserves at costs that provide a better-than-market rate of return on cash outlays and expenditures. As a commodity, global natural gas and oil prices respond to macro-economic factors affecting supply and demand. Subject to completion of the acquisition negotiated and set out in the LOI, it intends to concentrate its initial development efforts on the Oakley Lease. The Company anticipates implementing a concentrated drilling program on fields where Navitas became the Operator in mid 2010, provided that it is able to raise the funds necessary to do so. Currently, with active operations in the Illinois Basin, Navitas has reworked three wells on the Oakley Lease which it is bringing onto completion. Its goal is to increase shareholder value by finding and developing oil and natural gas reserves at costs that provide a better-than-market rate of return on cash outlays and expenditures. The Company expects to sell all or most of its production to a small number of purchasers in a manner consistent with industry practices at prevailing rates by means of long-term and short-term sales contracts, some of which might have fixed price components.
Nighthawk Systems Inc., formerly known as Video River Networks, Inc., is engaged in the design and manufacture of a suite of IP set top boxes for use in hotels, casinos, cruise ships, hospitals, and digital signage applications. The Company also offers digital content services worldwide. Nighthawk Systems Inc. is based in San Antonio, Texas.
U.S. Stem cell, Inc. is engaged in the regenerative medicine / cellular therapy industry. The company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of cell based therapeutics that prevent, treat or cure disease by repairing and replacing damaged or aged tissue, cells and organs and restoring their normal function. Its operating division consists of US Stem Cell Training, Vetbiologics and US Stem Cell Clinic. US Stem Cell, Inc., formerly known as Bioheart, Inc., is headquartered in Sunrise, Florida.
NEF Enterprises, Inc was incorporated in the State of Nevada on July 11, 2011 as New Era Filing Services Inc. The Company changed its name to NEF Enterprises, Inc. on October 4, 2011. The Company through its subsidiary, operates as a filing agent offering both EDGAR and XBRL services for filing and uploading on the U.S. SEC, as well offers SEDAR services for filing and uploading with the Canadian Securities Administrator's. It also provides accounting and reporting services. The Company's competes with firms including Newsfile Corp., PublicEase, SEC Compliance, Inc. and law firms offering SEC EDGAR filing services.
Trimax Corp formerly Urbanesq.com Inc. was incorporated August 25, 2000 under the laws of the Province of Ontario. Effective October 18, 2001, Urbanesq completed a merger with Koala International Wireless Inc., a public company incorporated in the State of Nevada on August 18, 1999. This merger constituted a reverse takeover of Urbanesq by Koala resulting in the operations of Urbanesq being reported by the Company from the commencement of operations of Urbanesq. The Company changed its name to KIWI Network Solutions Inc. on December 23, 2003. February 11, 2005 the Company approved its Amended and Restated Articles of Incorporation, changed the name of the Company to Trimax Corporation. Trimax is a broadband over power line integrator and service provider. Using existing powerline infrastructures, it delivers innovative data, voice and video communications to commercial, residential and other markets. BPL technology has evolved from 85 mbps to where new generation chip sets now deliver applications at 225 mbps transfer rates. New applications such as video streaming, online gaming and IPTV need sufficient bandwidth to operate. BPL's fiber-like speeds are now considerably faster than cable or DSL without the corresponding costs. Utility companies have been slow to adopt the technology as further test pilots are required for any eventual broad scale deployment. The FCC has ruled that BPL-enabled internet access services have been classified as an information service in the US instead of its previous telecommunications service label. The CRTC in Canada has taken a similar stance with telecommunication regulation with the intent to reduce barriers to competition.
C-Bond Systems Inc. is a nanotechnology company. It provides patent-protected nanotechnology. The company is an owner, developer and manufacturer of the C-Bond technology. C-Bond Systems Inc. is headquartered in Houston, Texas.
FutureWorld Corp. is a diversified holding company which specializes in companies which operate within legal cannabis markets. The Company focuses on the identification, acquisition, development, and commercialization of cannabis related products through its subsidiaries. It provides smart sensor technology, communication network, surveillance security, data analysis for smart cultivation, smart energy management system, data analytics, laboratory testing, cannabis testing kits, banking and consultation for the industrial hemp and legal medicinal marijuana. FutureWorld Corp. is based in Saint Petersburg, Florida.
Icoa designs, installs, operates, and manages neutral-host wireless and wired broadband Internet networks in high-traffic public locations. It provides and maintains Wi-Fi networks through contracts with airport facilities, restaurants, universities, travel plazas, marinas, and other public locations. The company also provides private branded Wi-Fi services for retailers and service providers.
iFresh, Inc. provides grocery supermarket chain primarily in the north-eastern U.S. The company offer wholesale facilities and retail supermarkets primarily in New York, Massachusetts and Florida. iFresh, Inc. is based in New York, United States.
Parafin Corporation, a development stage company, engages in the acquisition and exploration of oil and gas properties. Parafin executed a Farmout Agreement with Guarani Petroleum Exploration, S.A. to acquire the development rights to Hydrocarbon Concessions in the Republic of Paraguay. The Concessions consist of 2,456,453 hectares (approximately 6,069,994 acres) in the Alto Parana Block, Alto Parana Province, Paraguay.
Atlas Technology Group, Inc. was incorporated in August 1998 as Tribeworks Inc., a California corporation. On November 2, 1999, the Company entered into a transaction with Pan World Corporation, a publicly-traded Nevada corporation whereby Pan World agreed to provide financing in connection with the merger of a newly formed subsidiary of Pan World into California Tribeworks. Prior to the Recapitalization, Pan World had no material operations. As a result of the Recapitalization, shareholders of California Tribeworks exchanged all of their shares of California Tribeworks for Pan World common stock. To the Recapitalization, the Company was reincorporated in Delaware as Tribeworks, Inc. and at its Annual General Meeting it changed its name to Atlas Technology Group, Inc. The Company is in the business of providing custom outsourced application software support services to its customers. These services range from supporting specialized networks and single applications to providing entire IT infrastructure management for customers who want to outsource IT application support and focus on their core business competencies. Through partnerships with other IT development consultants, fully outsourced IT services could be provided with hard performance metrics and predictable costs. Atlas Technology Group offers its services worldwide, with the majority of its targeted customers having domestic or multi-national operations. The Company's operations are designed to be a distributable venture, with the ability to place people in the locations so that it could provide a seamless service offering across the world. There are number of traditional consultant competitors competing with the Company, including IBM Global Services, Hewlett-Packard, Electronic Data Systems Corporation and Accenture Ltd., as well as a number of smaller companies. Laws regulating the Internet both in the United States and internationally are constantly changing. A number of laws or regulations might be adopted or amended regarding Internet user privacy, Internet security, taxation and pricing, quality of products and services and intellectual property ownership, which might apply to the Company.