eDOORWAYS Corporation

April 20, 2009 09:00 ET

Early Return to OTCBB May Have Been a Contributing Factor in eDOORWAYS Late Filing, but Recent Events Continue to Substantiate the Company's Relevance and Future

AUSTIN, TX--(Marketwire - April 20, 2009) - eDOORWAYS (OTCBB: EDWY) shareholders are more likely to be surprised by the release issued by the Financial News USA, "Consumer 3.0", on April 15th, 2009 rather than the "E" the company begrudgingly added to its symbol today. "We warned shareholders of the possibility of our being late on the current filings shortly after renewing the company's OTCBB status," says Gary Kimmons, Chairman and CEO of eDOORWAYS Corporation. "But what we didn't expect was for this article to so eloquently capture the essence of our service offering."

Those close to the company contend that the delay on the filings is an ironic twist of fate as the acceptance of the OTCBB application came at an inopportune time and much earlier than anticipated. As described in an earlier company announcement, the good news posed a logistical caveat, causing what was originally a "get it done when it gets done" scenario, to "hurry it up" as eDOORWAYS was suddenly subjected to the OTCBB time requirements. Nonetheless, Kimmons asserts that the company's service professionals are working around the clock to complete the audit. "It might take a little longer than what the market may like, but I can assure shareholders that eDOORWAYS is doing well, is operating along the intended time lines and will certainly have the audit completed in short order with some very good news to follow." It seems likely that Kimmons' assertions may be considered creditable as so far this year the company has hit a number of its benchmarks. By all accounts, eDOORWAYS' future looks promising. Just take a look at the "Consumer 3.0" release.

According to the article, there is an imminent shift in the consumer-vendor relationship due to the technological advancements made in the web's online models. It suggests that whoever possesses the foresight to exploit this change holds the key to the Web's future. Now look at the eDOORWAYS offering. The platform is innovatively incorporating emerging Web 3.0 software technologies. Through Web 3.0, eDOORWAYS could possibly possess a global reach and commerce potential currently unknown to the Internet, offering today's "net-generation" a highly collaborative living and work space that fosters new levels of achievement and creativity. Not only will this offering give individuals and small businesses a way to achieve new levels of performance and life experience -- it will be versatile and will allow easy adaptability to a constantly evolving world.

An example of this can be taken from President Obama's address on Tuesday, April 14th, 2009. The President spoke of the government's plans for pulling America out of the current financial crisis. However, noticeably absent was any mention of federal assistance to America's small businesses. This is noteworthy for several important reasons. The primary one according to Kimmons is that small businesses constitute over 90 percent of America's enterprise. It has been America's small businesses that have led the way to recovery in previous recessions through their innovation and tenacity. Unless the government makes adjustments to include the interests of this group, small business may have to fend for itself in this economic recovery.

eDOORWAYS to the rescue?

This is yet to be determined, but through the use of the eDOORWAYS platform service offerings and technology, the company intends to play its part in providing small businesses with an environment to build, rebuild and thrive. The upcoming launch of the company's first service offering, "SOLVE", will include several key features that could make going into business enjoyable once again for the small business entrepreneur.

If this is just one of the many positive contributions eDOORWAYS can make to its users, then the "Consumer 3.0" release is accurate in sighting eDOORWAYS as the Internet's new worldwide innovator.

About eDOORWAYS Corporation

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Statements in this news release that are not historical facts, including statements about plans and expectations regarding products and opportunities, demand and acceptance of new or existing products, capital resources and future financial results are forward-looking. Forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties which may cause the Company's actual results in future periods to differ materially from those expressed. These uncertainties and risks include changing consumer preferences, lack of success of new products, loss of the Company's customers, competition and other factors discussed from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

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