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Wonacott Communications, a full-service boutique public relations and integrated communications agency, has been selected to oversee all public relations efforts on behalf of Enable IPC (OTCBB:EIPC) and its microbattery and ultracapacitor technologies. Leading the way for nanotechnologies that can be used for alternative energy, clean technology and consumer electronics, Enable IPC selected Wonacott Communications for the firm's strategic approach to achieving communications goals and deep experience assisting companies in unveiling new products.

Wonacott Communications Chosen for Corporate PR by Enable IPC

LOS ANGELES, CA | Posted on June 17th, 2008

"We are excited to gain the services of such a dynamic communications agency that shows real passion for their work," said David Walker, CEO, Enable IPC. "We spoke to several agencies before making our decision, and it became clear that Wonacott Communications understood the bigger picture behind everything we do. They have quickly shown value as our strategic partner."

"Enable IPC's extraordinary nanotechnology properties are flexible and adaptable for a number of industries and markets, which gives us a great platform for building and achieving their visibility goals," said Jason Wonacott, CEO, Wonacott Communications, LLC. "With so much attention being paid to both clean technology and nanotechnology, it's truly exciting to be involved with a company that is helping to forge the way to a sustained future."

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About Wonacott Communications, LLC
Wonacott Communications, LLC is a full-service public relations and integrated communications agency that combines the experience and resources of a large firm with the personal touch, adaptability and dedication of a boutique practice. Based in Los Angeles, WComms expertly orchestrates communications programs for publicly traded and privately owned companies in the digital media, online entertainment, lifestyle, corporate and technology spaces domestically and around the globe.

About Enable IPC

Founded in 2005 and based in Valencia, Calif., Enable IPC (OTCBB:EIPC) provides efficient, streamlined strategies for turning technologies into products and bringing them to market. Though not limited to nanotechnology or the energy industries, Enable IPC’s growing portfolio currently includes the exclusive rights to two break-through energy technologies, microbatteries and ultracapacitors. Additional information is available at www.enableipc.com.

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