FT LAUDERDALE, FL -- (Marketwired) -- 01/08/15 -- iTalk, Inc. (OTCQB: TALK) today announced is pleased to announce that the company has appointed Mr. Trip Camper as the President of Limestone Energy Holdings Inc., its newly formed energy subsidiary.
Trip is a business leader that brings over 30 years of Executive Management experience in banking, energy, financial services, and telecommunication companies. His businesses have raised substantial amounts of capital, while leading the creation of initial and secondary public offerings, venture capital, joint venture and private equity financing. He has been the Managing Partner of Oil and Gas properties in Texas including Hilliard Bender Energy and Coyanosa Resources. He is the former CEO and President of InZon Corporation, a mobile cellular services company. Mr. Camper served as its Chief Executive Officer and President of Elandia, Inc, through its initial public offering. He served on the Boards of Directors of seven Elandia subsidiaries and of the DaTec Group of companies in the Pacific Island Nations. Previously, he was the CEO and President of the Morgan-Dos Development Company, a telecommunications tower infrastructure company which sold to Mastec Corporation, a NYSE company, where he joined the Executive Management Team. Mr. Camper was also a partner in TowerCom, a company that builds, develops and owns cellular towers. "We are very excited to have Trip join the iTalk team and I personally look forward to working closely with him on the energy sector planned expansion and to further build shareholder value.
As part of this diversification strategy TALK has begun exploring strategic options to either partner its communications business with other similar entities or divest this portion of the business if the oil and gas business of TALK becomes significant, so that management will ultimately focus on one business segment.
About: - ITalk, Inc iTalk, Inc. (OTCQB: TALK) is a publicly traded global provider of advanced communications and mobile broadband services. The Company utilizes innovative and disruptive technologies, including Voice-over-IP (VoIP), nationwide 3G/4G mobile broadband networks, smartphones, and mobile applications ("apps") to offer consumers the highest-quality low-cost no-contract alternatives to voice, data, and mobile services from major national carriers. For further information, visit www.italkmobility.com.
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