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(AUDIO ENHANCED) MarketRadio.ca Episode #4: Clean Seed Capital Group Ltd., (CSX:TSX.V), Genesis Law Corporation and Upfile Solutions Inc.

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Calgary, AB / ACCESSWIRE / March 19, 2014 / MarketRadio.ca features three guests discussing an array of topics which include;

Mark Tommasi, Corporate Development Director, Clean Seed Capital Group Ltd. discusses Clean Seed’s forthcoming attendance at Canada’s largest trade show – which is – believe it or not, the annual International Farm Progress Show. Clean Seed has cleared vital patent milestones, is the unchallenged industry leader in high resolution (no till) seeding techniques and now some are wondering “is Clean Seed ripe for a strategic partnership or takeover?”

Raynard von Hahn from Genesis Law Corporation premiers and will be a regular guest to discuss market regulatory changes and the ever-evolving world of seed capital financings, start-ups and going public. Raynard also believes the markets are beginning to shift back toward true stock trading, versus stock-dumping and has some sage advice for those looking to go public – and survive!

Colin Robson, Managing Partner at Robson Capital Markets debuts with insight into a new technology company called Upfile Solutions, a software-as-a-service developer that has just unveiled its new ShopTrak product targeting the auto dealership and auto repair industry. Robson Capital is also a venture capital firm that is hungry for good ideas of a tech nature – and if you have the “next big thing”, you may want to speak to him…

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