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  • wtblanch5 wtblanch5 Jan 26, 2012 7:07 PM Flag

    Investor Presentation Updated?

    On the Presentation and Events page
    http://zbbenergy.mwnewsroom.com/Events-and-Presentations

    Today I see:

    Featured Events & Presentations
    Jan 26 2012 10:09 Investor Presentation
    View Presentation 4.7 MB

    That would seem to indicate the Investor Presentation has been updated in some way, but I'm a little dubious since in the last 24 hours they announced the Quarterly Release Report Date. Possibly there's some combination of automation and mistaken changes being fixed.

    I don't see any very recent Conference they have attended. I suppose it's possible they updated to make a presentation related to a new financing option. Or maybe just fixed a typo or updated an acronym.

    I'm going to look it over this evening, but some other set of eyes looking for differences would be good as well. I wonder if there are any free public domain programs to show you the differences in two pdf files. Like diff(1) for text files in Un*x variants.

    I will probably end up sending an email to IR to see if they will just tell me if anything changed, and if so what (or what pages.)

    Only upcoming thing I found so far is from
    http://www.biztimes.com/bubbler/2012/1/26/

    which includes this:

    Thursday, Feb. 2 Eric Apfelbach, president and chief executive officer of ZBB Energy Corporation, will be the featured speaker at Alliance Breakfast Club, a monthly program of the Waukesha County Business Alliance. The event will be held at the Holiday Inn Pewaukee N14 W24140 Tower Place from 7 to 9 a.m. ZBB Energy Corporation provides advanced electrical power management platforms targeted at the growing global need for distributed renewable energy, energy efficiency, power quality, and grid modernization. Apfelbach’s presentation, “Bringing New Products to New Markets,” will address forecasting v. reality in launching new products, ways to adapt a business plan to the changing market, and ways to avoid pitfalls and celebrate successes through the process. Cost to attend is $25 for Alliance members or $30 for non-members.

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