SOURCE: Dragon Venture

March 03, 2006 09:15 ET

Dragon Capital Group to Present at Undervalued Equities Conference

SHANGHAI, CHINA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 3, 2006 -- Dragon Capital Group Corp. (OTC: DRGV), formerly Dragon Venture, a leading holding company of emerging high-tech companies in China, announced it will present at the Friedland Conference for Undervalued Equities on Tuesday March 7, 2006. This conference is one phase of an investor awareness campaign launched by the Company to communicate with the investment community.

Lawrence Wang, CEO of Dragon Capital, commented, "This conference is proof of our commitment to convey our message to the investment community. Since coming public in May 2005, we have aggressively pursued our stated acquisition strategy. Looking forward to 2006, we intend to consummate 3-4 acquisitions which could ramp revenues to $37,000,000 for 2006."

About Dragon Capital Group Corp.

Dragon Capital Group Corp (OTC: DRGV), formerly Dragon Venture, is doing business in China through its five subsidiaries. Dragon was established to serve as a conduit between Chinese high-growth companies and Western investors. As China emerges as a growing force on the global stage, DRGV's professionals will provide invaluable services for Western investors seeking to gain access to the Chinese high-tech economy. In addition, DRGV functions as an acquirer of high-tech companies in China, offering support in the critical functions of general business consulting, formation of joint ventures, capital sourcing, financial and accounting management, merger & acquisition, business valuation, and revenue growth strategies. DRGV has developed a portfolio of high-tech companies operating in China. The Company's focus is on innovative technological applications, which are poised to alter the competitive landscape of the industry in China. For more information about DRGV, please visit http://www.dragoncapital.us.

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