SOURCE: Worldwide Marketing Technologies

June 12, 2007 20:45 ET

Worldwide Marketing Technologies Expands Both Divisions

MIAMI, FL--(Marketwire - June 12, 2007) - Worldwide Marketing Technologies (FRANKFURT: WLJ) expands its Mobile Marketing Division into New Markets and Enters Agreement with European Distributor. The Pharma Division has entered into a distribution agreement for the Shrimp Safe with Cell Scan International Inc. on the Nigerian Market. Testing has been scheduled within the next 90 days on catfish production. The management believes that we would be able to achieve increased size of the fish and also reduce the mortality rate. In the agreement Cell Scan International will market our three products targeted for the shrimp/fish aquaculture, piglet and chicken production.

Worldwide Marketing Technologies' mobile vehicle division is upgrading the technology using a new patent pending information system on their existing patents; a "roll-up accelerator" adding new features that will allow their technology to open up new markets in addition to product advertising and international Franchising Business Model. Worldwide is planning to introduce their patent pending product media technology alliance and streaming media capability in new markets like Homeland Security and disaster relief, as well Public Announcement and Advisory Markets. The Market Size in this Advertising segment was $6.3B in 2005 (+8%) compared to $2.6B in 1990. The future Market Trends are positive. It shows 15 consecutive years of growth. This application will have global operations such as Public Advisory, Distribution Point ID, and will get needed information to the public in case of disaster as well as day to day traffic advisories and airports recommendations.

While maintaining its current fleet division, Worldwide Marketing Technologies plans on marketing its new product to Government Agencies and Corporations around the world.

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