DoMark International, Inc. (DOMK) Visionary Leadership Opens Door to Capturing Substantial Territory in Booming Mobile Accessory Market
DoMark International, an investment company focused squarely on development of mass market consumer products, is stripping away encumbrances and adding new capabilities for users in the booming mobile device space via their wholly-owned subsidiary, SolaWerks, Inc., with unique and innovative accessory offerings designed to radically improve capability, functionality, and efficiency. DoMark has a simple philosophy which combines diligent evaluation of potential acquisitions with the financial muscle, experienced personnel, and veteran leadership required to streamline operational logistics and optimize market impact.
The company is really making waves in mobile with great concepts like their SolaPad and SolaCase for charging iPad/iPhone devices via the accessory’s onboard solar cells, or via USB and direct current connectors. They have new concepts coming down the pipe as well, like the recently announced (May 23) accessory for multi-media (TV) and gaming via DOMK’s 29% acquisition of private developer, Imagic Ltd.
DOMK is positioned well to take advantage of the rapidly expanding mobile market, which is especially ravenous in huge spaces like India and China, wielding a solid portfolio of offerings and equipped with the visionary leadership necessary to continue innovating. SolaWerks’ IRcharger™ systems for Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy products are destined to evolve globally into platform-agnostic device solutions and as the mobile device space continues to gain ridiculous traction, an increasingly large accessory side market is cropping up.
The key to making it in the ultra-profitable mobile accessory space is maintaining relevance/functionality with established product lines while continuing to migrate fresh concepts into the pipeline and having the umbrella of DOMK’s superb management team will help realize maximum revenue possibilities here. Let’s face it, everything is going to mobile and cloud, the platform is an inescapable facet of the future communications and productivity landscape, something which will only grow faster until we hit some kind of major saturation point. Thus, the attendant mobile accessory space is an ideal risk versus reward environment to develop in.
With guys like Andrew Ritchie, DOMK President and CEO, at the helm, you can expect the maximum potential wrung out of the acquisitions and subsidiaries. Ritchie was tapped from Easymed Services Inc., where he boldly led a complete revamping of the medical IT firm into a globally recognized leader in TeleMedicine, as that company’s CEO. In the Chairman slot at DOMK we have the eminent Brent Strassler, who brings two decades of private industry and public capital market experience to the table, along with a wide-ranging set of proficiencies that stretches across all the avenues of corporate governance, finance, and the tricky logistics of emerging companies.
These guys know how to restructure and have spent their time in the trenches reorganizing, developing, and expanding private companies, with Strassler in particular noted for his strides across diverse industrial manufacturing, service, and technology fields. Ritchie is former VP of Operations at Canada’s top national paper The Globe and Mail and provided dynamic leadership covering all aspects of the business as Publisher of The Winnipeg Free Press (1k staff, revenue of around $120M). Ritchie is a Harvard man (Senior Executive Leadership Program) and comes out of the Queen’s University School of Business up in Kingston as well as the McGill Business School in Montreal, an impressive pedigree that clearly signifies a sharp executive with a stranglehold on the 21st century infoscape.
DoMark is also hitting hard in the therapeutic foot care arena via wholly-owned subsidiary, MuscleFoot Inc., tacking noted UFC fighters, Evan Dunham and Igor Pokrajac, to the sponsorship initiative list for their revolutionary Barefoot Science insole technology late last year (Sept 19, 2012). This is the line that kicked off with the signing of 2012 US Olympic track and field team members, Nick Symmonds and Will Claye, for key endorsement contracts last summer, which led to the support of their first UFC fighter, Damarques Johnson. Again, this shows real savvy when it comes to connecting product to end-users in the target market.
To learn more, visit the DoMark International Web site at www.DoMarkIntl.com
You can also get a closer look at SolaWerks by visiting www.IRcharger.com
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