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Vendum Batteries (OTCBB: VNDB), a US-based battery technology development company, has announced it is to advertise in NanoPerspective, a leading resource guide in nanotechnology and nanomaterials services.
Published annually, the UK-focused guide offers prime listings for all organizations within the global nanotechnology supply chain, ranging from research and product development to manufacture and supply.
CEO, Fraser Cottington, comments, "The UK nanotechnology sector is extremely close knit and highly organized. Exposure to this network represents a key opportunity for Vendum and our brand. The electronic format also provides us with a great way to update our content each quarter, with news and announcements that will potentially attract valuable business opportunities from this highly lucrative sector."
Launched earlier this year, NanoPerspective is published by NanoCentral, a leading advocate of nantechnology in the UK. Distributed in both electronic and print mediums, the publication reaches over 4000 targeted organizations and key decision makers in the nanotechnology industry. The publication is also featured at the NanoCentral annual conference.
About Vendum Batteries Inc.
Vendum Batteries has a pending patent on a non-toxic, cellulose and CNT based light-weight battery. The paper-thin battery contains none of the toxic elements used in conventional batteries, such as mercury, lead, chromium, or cadmium. Our cutting edge carbon nanotube and cellulose-based technology makes it entirely biodegradable. The Vendum Battery will be developed from its current low power capacity, to soon accommodate the ever-increasing global demand for durable battery power for cell phones, iPods, human implants and eventually electrical vehicles etc.
Americans purchase around 5 billion batteries, leaving 146,000 tons of battery waste behind, and given that the worldwide personal battery use is a growing $63 billion industry, the potential of this revolutionary non-toxic technology could be enormous.
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