SOURCE: One World Ventures, Inc.

One World Ventures, Inc.

September 15, 2009 09:45 ET

One World Ventures, Inc. CEO Returns to China in Support of One World Ventures and Its Tutamen Subsidiary

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - September 15, 2009) - One World Ventures, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: OWVI) and its subsidiary Tutamen announced today the return of One World Ventures CEO Stephen Prior to China in support of company's business interests there. Tutamen consulting services provides sourcing and engineering for manufacturing environments, and has several manufacturers that make a variety of products for US customers. Included in Mr. Prior's schedule are meetings with current and potential new manufacturers who produce a variety of products for Tutamen's clients.

"Our meetings and visits to our Chinese manufacturers continue to be important to advance the operations of One World Ventures and Tutamen and its work with current and potential future clients," stated Mr. Prior. "Beyond these meetings there are additional opportunities in the China Market that we will be evaluating on this visit, and we hope to have new information to release to shareholders in the near term."

About One World Ventures, Inc.

One World Ventures, Inc. is a holding company with management resourced in Asia and the United States that invests in technologies, communities and systems that facilitate trade, finance, communication and travel across international boundaries, cultures and languages.

The Company looks for simple inexpensive alternatives to traditional ways of doing business. The strategic goal in every business is in leveraging assets and opportunities globally, focusing on niche markets and providing cost effective operations. The company's unique holdings will provide revenues predominantly derived from memberships, commissions and transactions.

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