Innovative online booking platform for small businesses
- 21 September, 2009 09:10
<p>CLICKBOOK.NET, an innovative online booking platform for small business has appointed Corporate Outcomes Group Limited (COGL) to handle its first round capital raising and to appoint executive management and directorial teams. Corporate Outcomes Group are a Melbourne based consultancy, having a strong emphasis on corporate advisory, strategic and commercialisation services.</p>
<p>ClickBook.net provides small business, goverment and academic organisations with a simple and effective mechanism to offer their services online, facilitating instant booking capability.</p>
<p>While having been funded internally for the development and testing phase, ClickBook.net is now preparing to "step up to the plate and hit some home runs", according to Mark Demicoli, Founder and CEO.</p>
<p>"We have worked with hundreds of businesses worldwide to refine the product and bring it to the robust, market-ready stage it is today. With up to 30 new business registrations daily through word-of-mouth and internet searches, we are now convinced the market is ready for a finished product.</p>
<p>"Given that we want to get to a broad market in the most effective way possible, we have appointed COGL to manage our capital raising and corporate governence. We intend to apply for listing on the Australian Small Scale Offerings Board. COGL have a compelling track record of corporate success with ASSOB, also in their own right", continued Mark Demicoli.</p>
<p>ASSOB (www.assob.com) is Australia's largest platform for investment in unlisted, high-growth and emerging small to medium enterprise companies in Australia. ClickBook.net hopes to list on ASSOB before Christmas.</p>
<p>For more details about ClickBook.net contact:
Mark Demicoli (firstname.lastname@example.org or 0404635147).</p>
<p>To find out more about ASSOB, contact Adrian Cran (03 96824139).</p>
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