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March 29th, 2011

Vendum Batteries Announces Appointment of Dr. Bojan O Boskovic

Abstract:
Vendum Batteries (OTCBB: VNDB), a battery technology development company, is delighted to announce the appointment of Dr. Bojan Boskovic as a non-executive member of the Advisory Board.

Story:
Dr. Boskovic joins Vendum team as a highly respected member of Nanomaterials community with more than ten years of hands-on experience in industry and academia in leading development of cutting-edge applications of carbon Nanomaterials. Dr. Boskovic is a founder and a managing director of Cambridge Nanomaterials Technology Ltd, Nanomaterials innovation management and nanotechnology consulting company based in Cambridge, England. He has a number of patents and publications in leading scientific journals related to carbon Nanomaterials synthesis and their applications.

Fraser Cottington, CEO of Vendum, believes that Dr. Boskovic's appointment marks the next phase in the company's development as a world-renowned name in clean energy storage: "We are very excited about working with Dr. Boskovic, he understands new materials and how to deliver solutions in multiple industry applications, his expertise will help drive the company forward towards new and exciting frontiers in a number of clean energy market sectors."

Dr. Boskovic comments: "I am very pleased with the appointment and an opportunity to help a forward looking company such as Vendum with my experience, reputation and network of contacts especially in a field of carbon Nanomaterials. I look forward to working with Fraser and the Vendum team playing my part to push the boundaries of their current battery and bring exciting developments to the clean energy storage industry. I admire the company's ethos of innovation and their willingness to tackle the industry challenges of creating solutions that do not require rare metals and look forward to supporting their research and development team during the coming months and years."

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