LA JOLLA, CA--(Marketwire -11/10/11)- The San Diego Investment Conference (SDIC) will host its year-end Anniversary Awards Conference at The Lodge at Torrey Pines on November 11th and 12th. Kiosk Solutions, LLC is rolling out the pilot for the number two QRC (quick restaurant concept) in America and is the premier conference sponsor. Kiosk Solutions, LLC will host a 1 hour luncheon seminar on Friday, November 11th at the Everett Jackson meeting room at 1:00 p.m.
The Big Biz Show will do a live-remote broadcast from the event as media day sponsor from 12 to 2 pm PST. Executives such as Reading International Theater's (NASDAQ: RDI - News) CFO, Andrzej Matyczynski, will interview with celebrity business hosts. The Big Biz Show with Bob "Sully" Sullivan & Russ T Nailz is a nationally syndicated radio and television program seen and heard daily from 3pm - 5pm EST in over 30 million broadcast homes nationwide and coast-to-coast on the CBS Radio Network, FOX Business Network, Salem Satellite Services via Cumulus, The Biz Television Network, wazillomedia.com, AOL Radio, Yahoo Radio and on The American Forces Network in "177 Countries and All The Ships At Sea!" Listeners and viewers can also watch and listen live by visiting http://www.bigbizshow.com.
The Awards Conference will be held at The Lodge's Maurice Braun Meeting Room from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday, November 12th where luncheon will be served. State Senator Mimi Walters will keynote on capital market formation and small businesses -- the state senator's professional career has included time with Drexel, Burnham & Lambert as an investment executive and then subsequently with Kidder Peabody & Company. An award will be given for Best California Company throughout 2011 as well as the 2010 Inaugural conference. Clear Peak Energy, OvaGene Oncology, T3 Motion, Sutter Gold Mining, TrueDiagnostics and Your Offers are finalists.
Green Hunter Resources, 11 Good Energy, Bill the Butcher, Sutter Gold Mining, and Golden Phoenix Minerals are all vying for Best Presentation Award at the San Diego Investment Conference in 2011. The honors will be awarded by the SDIC's sister conference series The West Coast Wall Street Conference at approximately 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. Dr. Jay Coonan, co-Founder and Executive Vice-President of Strategy and Business Development for OvaGene Oncology, said of their group's nomination for the award, "It's an honor for OvaGene Oncology to be chosen as a finalist for this award. We are a young company, but working hard to improve personalized care for women with cancer through molecular diagnostics. (www.ovagene.com). Congratulations on your success at SDIC this past year."
Additional media support will be given by the Ellis Martin Report, The California Financial Times on the second day of events, sponsored by veteran micro-cap sector presence, Equities.com. The California Financial Times (CFT) market journal will debut at the event. Paula Argento, Esq., securities attorney and Reading International will sponsor the conference raffle with movie theater tickets as well as Ms. Argento's new book, "How to Avoid the Law School Trap and Achieve Lasting Success in the 21st Century" which is available on Amazon.
Founder and director Patrick A. Howell says of the event, "Obviously, we are proud of our award nominees for their commitment to excellence. We commend all of our presenters over the past years who have been dedicated to results, capitalism and the American dream. These are the most challenging economic and market conditions any entrepreneur or executive has faced in nearly 80 years. The executives that l encounter possess uncommon tenacity, perseverance and leadership."
Professor David Choi of the Conrad N. Hilton School of Business at Loyal Marymount University says of the conferences, "So that's why investment conferences [in California] are so critical... While the U.S. still has a lot of capital, much of the world is catching up. The amount is one thing, but the allocation of capital has to be more efficient. All Investors need to know where to find good companies. Believe it or not, investors don't know much about many kinds of companies, just like businesses are not familiar with all the sources of financing." The interview with CFT editor-in-chief Marvin L. Mills will be published in full in The California Financial Times, December issue.
Brokers and accredited investors are encouraged to register to reserve their space. To register as an attendee or presenting company, please visit www.sandiegoinvestmentconference.com. Presenting company spots and hotel reservations will be available on a first-come first-serve basis.
The SDIC assists small to mid-sized emerging-growth public and private companies in gaining exposure and creating funding awareness. SDIC conferences are intended to provide FINRA broker/dealers, investment bankers, investment advisors, analysts, financial managers, fund managers, institutions, media and accredited investors with a forum for networking and communication.