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Posted: September 26, 2007
Universal Capital Management, Inc. Announces Addition to Third-Order Nanotechnologies' Advisory Board
(Nanowerk News) Universal Capital Management, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: UCMT.OB - News), a publicly traded venture capital company that provides emerging growth companies with management and strategic resources for successful growth, is pleased to announce the addition of Dan DiLeo to the Board of Advisors of Third-Order Nanotechnologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets: TDON.PK - News), one of its largest and most exciting portfolio companies.
The addition of Dan DiLeo, the past President and COO of Optoelectronics at Lucent Technologies, marks another giant step forward for Third-Order Nanotechnologies. Due to the magnitude of Third-Order's scientific discovery, the vast markets potentially affected by this discovery, getting an experienced proven professional advisory board in place is critical at their stage of development.
Hal Bennett (CEO) and Dave Eaton (CTO) are building a strong team in order to enhance the commercialization process of Third-Order. "Third-Order is one of Universal Capital's largest holdings and a positive outcome of this huge potential holding could catapult the value in Universal", said Michael Queen, President and CEO. Queen added, "With additional testing right around the corner we should know shortly if our first holding is a success."
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