|DoMark Experience || ||Under-Performing Companies || ||Recession-Resistant Growth |
DoMark International, Inc. (DOMK)
DoMark International, Inc. (DOMK) is focused on researching, evaluating, and acquiring profitable private firms in the business segments of sports, technology, medical, energy, and business services. By providing the financial and human capital necessary to deal with overwhelming administrative, planning, governance, compliance, and regulatory challenges, its newly acquired partners can focus their energy and flourish.
Through its wholly owned subsidiary, SolaWerks, Inc., DoMark is committed to revolutionizing the efficiency and capabilities of a new generation of mobile devices. The subsidiary's current focus is on developing and distributing the SolaPad, a combined cover and charging system for Apple's iPad, and the SolaCase, a combined cover and charging system for all versions of Apple's iPhone.
Musclefoot, Inc., another wholly owned subsidiary of DoMark, is engaged in the distribution, marketing, and sale of Barefoot Science, the revolutionary patented foot care system designed to relieve foot and back pain as well as improve athletic performance. With a strong commitment to customer service and security, DoMark plans to expand its marketing relationships across a far broader product set.
The management team has positioned the company to capitalize on emerging opportunities by working with the world's most forward-thinking companies to develop and market game-changing products with the promise of long-term financial growth. Leveraging the expertise of its team, the company continues to evaluate acquisition candidates and products targeting underserved markets to increase its growth potential.
|Address: ||254 S. Ronald Reagan Blvd., Suite 134, Longwood, FL 32750 |
|Telephone: ||877-732-5035 ||Website: ||www.domarkintl.com |
|Fax: ||866-773-8630 ||Email: ||email@example.com |
SolaWerks, Inc. - a wholly owned subsidiary of DoMark is a new company focused on developing and marketing cutting-edge products in the burgeoning consumer electronics industry.
SolaWerks leverages proven leadership and development resources that allow us to assess, enhance and realize the commercial potential of the latest trends in consumer electronics.
Solawerks is positioned to capitalize on the evolution of global communications and information technology by working with the world's most forward-thinking companies to develop and market exciting breakthroughs with the promise of long-term financial growth. We know that tomorrow will have greater technology than today, and with our help, today's brilliant young innovators are becoming tomorrow's billionaires. Solawerks products are poised for sale in the marketplace.
Barefoot Science - a wholly owned subsidiary of DoMark - develops and produces "game changing" therapeutic foot care insoles that rehabilitate feet and improve athletic performance.
Barefoot Science backs its patented insole product with over 15 years of research and development into foot biomechanics and foot care. This commitment to the science of foot care has positioned Barefoot Science to capitalize on the near-term opportunities in the $225 billion global footwear and foot care market.
R. Brentwood Strasler
Chairman and President
Mr. Strasler has over twenty years experience in both private industry and the public capital markets and has a broad range of expertise in corporate governance, finance, and other matters faced by emerging companies. He has owned and operated several businesses in a variety of industries focussing on restructurings, mergers and acquisitions. His leadership has been instrumental in the successful reorganization, development and expansion of several private companies in the diversified services, technology and industrial manufacturing sectors.
Chief Executive Officer
Mr. Ritchie was recruited from Easymed Services Inc. (EZM-CDNX). As CEO of Easymed, Mr. Ritchie led the restructuring of the global medical information Technology Company and positioned the company as a global leader in the TeleMedicine sector. From November 2008 to September 2010, Mr. Ritchie was Operations Director at Evening Standard Ltd. (UK). From January 2006 to July 2007, Mr. Ritchie was the Publisher of The Winnipeg Free Press, at which he reported to the Chairman of the Board and was responsible for 1000 staff, revenue of $120 million, and the leadership of all aspects of the Winnipeg Free Press operations. From 2003 to 2006, Mr. Ritchie was Vice President of Operations at The Globe and Mail (Canada), Canada's largest selling national newspaper with revenues of approximately $300 million. Mr. Ritchie reported directly to the Publisher/CEO and was responsible for the daily operation of all aspects of the newspaper.
Prior to his tenure at the Globe and Mail, Mr. Ritchie held positions at noteworthy journalistic operations such as The New Zealand Herald, Quebecor Printing plc and Associated Newspapers Ltd.
Mr. Ritchie attended Harvard University, Cambridge Massachusetts (Senior Executive Leadership Program), Queen's University School of Business (Kingston, Canada - Executive Financial Course) and McGill Business School (Montreal, Canada - Advanced Executive Program).
VP Corporate Development
Mr. Johnson, 35, majored in Journalism and Communications at the University of Oregon from 1994 to 1997, and attended the Craig James Broadcast School in 2000.
Mr. Johnson has assisted several charities and non-profit organizations with his volunteer and fund raising efforts. In 2003, Mr. Johnson interned with GOPAC, a political action committee designed to train candidates for grassroots-level campaigning. He has accepted several keynote speaking engagements and is a published writer, having co-authored articles in the magazines,Worth and Overtime. Mr. Johnson has consulted in the private equity, mining, gaming, entertainment, internet, and real estate sectors and has held positions in the oil and gas and neutraceutical industries.
Mr. Johnson was a two-sport athlete at the University of Oregon, excelling in both football and track, winning numerous awards and championships during his collegiate athletic career. As an Olympic-caliber sprinter, Johnson won the Pac-10 Championships in the 400 meter and defeated the legendary Carl Lewis in a 100-meter race at the Drake Relays in 1995. As an All-American wide receiver at Oregon, he was Offensive MVP of the 1997 Las Vegas Bowl and was also a member of UO's 1994 Rose and 1995 Cotton Bowl teams. Johnson earned a Super Bowl ring when the Baltimore Ravens defeated the New York Giants 34-17 in Super Bowl XXXV. Mr. Johnson also played for the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Washington Redskins, the Cincinnati Bengals and the Canadian Football League's Edmonton Eskimos and Toronto Argonauts.