SOURCE: KCM Holdings Corp.

April 12, 2010 06:00 ET

KCM HOLDINGS Expands Venture Philanthropy Model "My Perfect Economy" to Combine Social Media & Social Responsibility to Access $1.3 Billion Market

FRISCO, TX--(Marketwire - April 12, 2010) -  KCM HOLDINGS CORP. (PINKSHEETS: KCMH) announced today the expansion of subsidiary KCM Venture Philanthropy Group with beta launch of the website "My Perfect Economy" (www.myperfecteconomy.com). The site will combine social media and social responsibility to access an advertising market estimated to reach $1.3 billion in 2010 according to a recent report from eMarketer. The venture will integrate a minimum 20% revenue share from a portfolio of social businesses to be invested into financial vehicles provided by KCMH's Trading Group to increase assets and residual value for both investors and future humanitarian projects.

KCMH COO Ed Kang will be helming the venture with plans to combine major social media networks such as YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr. "Consumers today don't want to just buy products," says Ed Kang, "they want to support brands and products with purpose. This is an opportunity to promote socially responsible businesses and create substantial competitive advantages."

My Perfect Economy will feature regular content from a network of socially responsible businesses. It will also feature intellectual property created to teach strategies for individuals and businesses how to implement "creative capital for social success." Eventually the model will integrate opportunities for social businesses to become GEENIUS entrepreneurs, another KCMH incubated patented technology company which is currently in process of becoming a publicly traded company.

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KCMH is a strategic business development holdings company. www.thekcmgroup.com.

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