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Nominees For Election As Director

The following table sets forth certain information with respect to persons nominated by the Board of Directors of the Company for election as Directors of the Company and who will be elected following the effective date of the actions in this Information Statement:

Name Age Position(s)
Adriaan Reinders 68 President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Marion Freijsen 50 Chief Operating Officer and Director
James E. Solomon 62 Chief Financial Officer and Director
Thomas Trainer 66 Director
Brian Banmiller 68 Nominee for Director

Adriaan Reinders has launched numerous businesses from the ground-up, growing and selling them through all economic cycles. He has created multiple businesses through a roll-up strategy, the largest of which had 1,110 employees and was sold to British Telecom. He is the Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of The E-Factor Corp., a global social network for entrepreneurs providing them with online and offline support regarding funding, business development, cost savings and knowledge Mr. Reinders oversees the daily operations of the company, and his responsibilities include locating funds for company expansion. Mr. Reinders is also the Co-Founder and until 2010 served as an Executive Board Member of OHM Inc., a sales consulting firm serving emerging technology companies. Further, he was a founder and served as the Acting Chief Executive Officer of Supply Chain Solutions B.V., a global business solutions firm specializing in supply chain management and software services for the U.S. pharmaceutical manufacturers and large European retailers. In 1989, Mr. Reinders founded Rijnhaave, a Netherlands information technology company specializing in systems integration, and subsequently executed six acquisition transactions in the Netherlands and the U.S. before selling the company to Syntegra, a subsidiary of British Telecom. In 1975, Mr. Reinders founded Microlife, a Netherlands information technology firm specializing in customer services and training for mainframe environments. Mr. Reinders’ extensive engagements include serving as a board member of the Kelley School of Business at the University of Indiana, the Executive Chairman of Artilium (a publicly held company), and a former Board Member of Global IT Division of British Telecom. He is also a frequent speaker and a published author with books on entrepreneurial networking and social media. Mr. Reinders holds a degree in Social Geography from the University of Amsterdam.

Marion Freijsen is the Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer (COO) of E-Factor Corp., the world’s largest global social network for entrepreneurs providing members with online and offline support regarding funding, business development, cost savings and knowledge. Ms. Freijsen was responsible for and managed the build of the E-Factor platform supporting the now more than 1 million members. E-Factor has approximately 700,000 members in the U.S. and provides 60 events annually across the U.S. Ms. Freijsen is also the owner of Elegio BV, a Netherlands company providing business consulting and management expertise in the areas of strategy, vision, finance, international expansion and business development for clients such as ING, Lloyds, BASF and Numico. In addition, Ms. Freijsen is the founder and the former Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and Executive Board Member of OHM Inc., a sales consulting firm serving emerging technology companies. Ms. Freijsen co-launched OHM Business Development with no outside investment, and in five years established a portfolio of more than 100 clients. Her expertise includes arranging meetings for clients with the senior management and/or board members of Fortune 1500 companies, such as HSBC, Barclays Bank, ING, BP, Shell and Exxon. Ms. Freijsen’s background includes serving as a former Vice President (Central Europe) for Currenex Ltd., Commercial Director of Speedport NV, Country Manager (Benelux) for Newsedge Corp., Major Account Manager for ICV Ltd. / S&P Comstock, and Account Manager for Bloomberg Financial Markets. Ms. Freijsen is the co-author of two books (the most recent published in November 2012 called “The E-Factor: Entrepreneurship in the Social Media Age”). She is a frequent speaker at global conferences in cities such as New York, Boston, San Francisco, London, Amsterdam and Berlin. In 2012 she was invited to participate in the debate by the White House committee on Job Creation and she critiqued one of the presidential debates on Wall Street Journal TV from a Small Business perspective. Ms. Freijsen holds a marketing degree from the Chartered Institute of Marketing in London.

Brian Banmiller is one of the nation's most respected broadcast journalists, commentators and public speakers. Mr. Banmiller has reported on the rise, decline and rebirth of Silicon Valley, the fall of communism in Russia, the rise of capitalism in China, the threat of war in Korea, the future of Hong Kong, economic instability in the Philippines, the crisis in Northern Ireland and the economic impact of Germany's reunification. He has interviewed Presidents Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush, Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev and entrepreneurs Bill Gates, Charles Schwab, Donald Trump, William Hewlett, David Packard and Michael Dell among many others. Mr. Banmiller’s professional credentials include working as a business journalist, commentator and public speaker. He has a 30-year affiliation with CBS News Radio as a National Business Reporter. As the Business Editor for KTVU Channel 2 News, Oakland, California, from 1989 to 2005, Mr. Banmiller established himself as one of northern California's authorities on the economy. For seven years, he served as Executive Producer, Anchor & Chief Correspondent of the national television business news magazine, “On the Money with Brian Banmiller,” and for five years as Managing Editor and Co-Anchor of “Silicon Valley Business”. Prior to joining KTVU, Mr. Banmiller was a Contributing Correspondent for “The Wall Street Journal Report on Television.” Mr. Banmiller received a business degree from Villanova University 1966. He has also served five years in the United States Air Force where he obtained the rank of Captain. While in the military service Mr. Banmiller’s last assignment was as a top-secret courier while based in Teheran, Iran.

James E. Solomon is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and has served as a Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Director and Audit Committee Chairman of several publicly held companies. Since 2008, Mr. Solomon has been the Chief Financial Officer and a Director of Broadcast International. From 2001 – 2008, he served as a Director of Nevada Chemicals Company, and from 1990 – 2001, he was a Director of Lifshultz Industries. Mr. Solomon has served as the Audit Committee Chairman for Broadcast International, Nevada Chemicals Company, and Lifshultz Industries, all publicly held companies.

Thomas Trainer is a well-recognized and awarded leader in the business technology field. Throughout the course of his 40-year career, he has assisted companies such Citigroup, PepsiCo, Reebok , Eli Lilly &Company and Joseph E. Seagram to the forefront of their Industries, in his role as their Global Chief Information Officer. His list of accomplishments include;
· Recipient of “The Albert Einstein Award” for career achievement in Information Technology [2005].
· Receipt of InformationWeek Magazine’s “CIO of The Year” award, for his leadership of Reebok’s Global Business Process/Technology Redesign [1994].
· Tribute in CIO Magazine’s 10th Anniversary Edition as “The Quintessential CIO”, for his vision and leadership [1998].
· Inclusion as a member of select Industry and Government Task Forces on Technology [1996-1999]
· Leadership of a Cross-Healthcare Industry study, on “The Internet’s Impact on Healthcare”.
In 1996, Mr. Trainer helped found “The Working Council of CIOs of The Advisory Board” and “The Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers Association (PHARMA) CIO Forum. He has lectured internationally on business and technology issues, including “The World Congress of Information Technology” in Washington, DC in 1998; and various conferences sponsored by The Economist, Forbes, BusinessWeek, Fortune, and Financial Times. In 2009 he keynoted in Beijing the “Inaugural Sino-American CIO Conference”. Mr. Trainer has also been profiled on CBS TV’s “American Edition” and CNBC’s “Technology Edge” Broadcast programs.
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