SOURCE: KCM Holdings Corp.

March 23, 2010 06:00 ET

KCM Holdings to File S1 Registration for GEENIUS to Become Public Company Projecting $308 Million Net Revenue in 5 Years

FRISCO, TX--(Marketwire - March 23, 2010) -  KCM Holdings Corp. (PINKSHEETS: KCMH) announced today the S1 Registration for GEENIUS, the patented venture, incubated by KCMH, expects to be filed this week for it to become a publicly traded OTC:BB company. The filing represents a significant step for the KCMH business model and for GEENIUS which is poised for net revenues of $308 million in five years. For services, KCMH has secured a percentage ownership in GEENIUS, business development contracts and revenue share opportunities for the benefit of all investors.

GEENIUS is a "Web 3.0" company that combines web content, social media and patented learning retention software to develop "knowledge networks" for the entrepreneur, education and enterprise industries. GEENIUS features clients such as The Singapore Government Ministry of Homeland Affairs, The Florida Institute of Technology, and Jeppesen, a division of Boeing, amongst others. GEENIUS is also currently prototyping its strategic partnership with Michael Drew's book marketing company, Promote A Book, which boasts 61 Best Sellers on the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Business Week bestseller list. When launched, the partnership will create an alternative distribution channel for the $22 billion publishing industry.

GEENIUS also features recent functionality improvements integrating technologies such as Google Web Toolkit, Facebook and Wordpress APIs. Such synergies with today's internet giants positions GEENIUS as the technology sector's next major entry into the financial markets.

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