EQUITIES Magazine proudly announces its first-ever Transatlantic Corporate Conference, aimed at bringing together American small-cap companies and European investors. This exciting event will also be Webcast at http://www.visualwebcaster.com/equitiesmag/amex2006/event.html
An Investment Bridge To Europe:
EQUITIES Transatlantic Conference will begin on September 15 at the American Stock Exchange in New York City, where a select group of emerging growth companies will present to a sophisticated audience of brokers, fund managers, investment professionals, and active retail investors. The keynote speaker for the event will be AMEX CEO Neal Wolkoff, followed by Senior VP of Equities John McGonegal. These promising public companies will then travel to the London Stock Exchange on the 18th, where they will be greeted by keynote speaker Martin Graham, Head of the AIM market. The conference will finish on the 20th at the Borsa Italiana stock exchange in Milan, with keynote speaker Lodovico Rosnati, Director of Equities Markets.
Of the 12 exciting companies presenting, four of these promising public companies are:
-- EnXnet, Inc. (EXNT), Tulsa, Okla., is a business and technology development enterprise engaged in the development, marketing, and licensing of emerging technologies. EnXnet has developed a compelling pipeline of proprietary products and technologies, which addresses multi-billion-dollar markets and is positioned to have a high impact on digital technology across a broad spectrum of industries.
-- General Metals Corp. (GNLM), Jersey City, N.J., is a mining company engaged in the acquisition of mining lot, mining, and exploration of gold, silver, and other precious metals and properties.
-- The Immune Response Corp. (IMNR), Carlsbad, Calif., is developing its lead immune-based therapeutic candidates: NeuroVax (TM), targeting multiple sclerosis, and IR103 for treatment of HIV infection. Both in Phase II, are designed to stimulate pathogen-specific immune responses to slow or halt rate of disease progression. NeuroVax, based on IMNR's patented T-cell receptor peptide technology, shows potential in treating relapsing forms of MS. This patented whole-inactivated virus technology was co-invented by Dr. Jonas Salk.
-- ISCO International (ISO), Elk Grove Village, Ill., is a leading global supplier of radio-frequency management and interference-control systems for the wireless telecommunications industry. By integrating state-of-the-art filtering, duplexing, and low noise amplifier technology, ISCO improves the performance of new and existing cellular deployments. ISCO products focus on software-based, adaptive filtering solutions targeted at increasing the performance of CDMA and WCDMA wireless systems worldwide.
Transatlantic Conference Sponsors include:
Marsten Webb International, an international corporate communications firm which offers an unrivaled knowledge of markets and media throughout the globe; Richardson & Patel, a fast-growing, bi-coastal business law firm dedicated to helping emerging growth companies get the legal expertise they need; Bankside, a London-based public relations consultancy firm with a detailed knowledge of overseas and dual listing; Bigdough, an innovative provider of capital markets contact and ownership data; Onstream Media Corporation, an online service provider of live and on-demand, rich media communications, specializing in online audio and video corporate communications; and Interbank FX, an online currency trading firm focused on providing direct access and the latest trading technology to its worldwide customers.
About EQUITIES Global Communications, Inc.
EQUITIES Global Communications, Inc. is a privately held corporation based in Los Angeles. EQUITIES Magazine is written in a no-holds-barred style developed by its award-winning editor Robert J. Flaherty -- a legend in financial journalism. Flaherty is considered one of the nation's most outstanding investigative reporters on undiscovered, emerging, and middle-market companies, and was previously named "one of the most influential journalists" by The Journal of Financial Reporting. Covering the most exciting companies in the small and mid-cap markets, EQUITIES' readers include some of the financial community's most savvy and respected investment professionals -- including corporate executives, market makers, traders, fund managers, institutional investors, portfolio managers, stockbrokers, analysts, and sophisticated individual investors. In addition, EQUITIES Magazine has developed the most comprehensive investor awareness programs on the market, developing strategic marketing campaigns to help expose promising public companies to the investor marketplace. These programs include our EQUITIES Corporate Conferences, currently held four times a year at the Yale Club in New York City. EQUITIES is also the publisher of the renowned stock advisory newsletter -- EQUITIES Special Situations, which gained 14.78% versus 6.2% for the Wilshire 5000 Index in 2005, making this the fourth year in a row that the newsletter has substantially beaten the Index, according to The Hulbert Financial Digest.
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