SOURCE: The Small Business Company
LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - Nov 27, 2012) - The Small Business Company (PINKSHEETS: SBCO) -- DBA Select Business and Corporation Opportunities, Inc., a Business Development Company -- announces the completion of a Letter of Intent (LOI) with iBoard Incorporated. iBoard represents the next generation of Social Networking offering true privacy and security for both user and data. iBoard has patents pending for its secure and unique applications and has been in the market since 2004 with over 5.5 million users to date.
Major shareholders of iBoard include:
Mark Griffin, President of Pro Petroleum and Rip Griffin Companies, Charles F. Dolan, Chairman of Cablevision, and Christopher T. Gentile, Founder and CEO of iBoard Incorporated.
In other news, Portfolio company Renaissance has jointly produced a Music Video, Hold Back The Tears, for a gifted and talented new musical artist, Duebwa Loving, and is in talks with major music distribution companies for representation.
Renaissance's Director Michael Amundsen also attended AFM last month in Los Angeles where he created immense interest in Renaissance's film Cat and The Trolls, which he also wrote and directed.
The Board would also like our shareholders to know that even as we struggle with the complicated audit conditions that the former CEO left behind, it is important to realize that the company's CEO has continued to develop the core business of SBCO, while working diligently to resolve the audit issues.
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