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AdultVest Launches Alternative Investment Series Of Meetings

Date: Friday, February 29, 2008
Author: Alex Akesson, HedgeCo.net

West Palm Beach (HedgeCo.Net)- Alternative investment firm AdultVest has scheduled an ongoing series of monthly meetings to bring investors together with adult businesses that represent alternative investment opportunities.

On the last Wednesday of each month, AdultVest executives will listen to presentations from adult business owners, and the following day the most well-prepared companies with the best opportunities will be presented in person to investors at the investor meeting.

According to AdultVest CEO Francis Koenig, he and his team will meet tommorow, at the first of these monthly meetings, with about 20 adult companies to assess the viability of the investment opportunities presented to them. The following day, 10-15 vetted investors will attend.

"The meetings are geared to bring investors and companies together," he said. "During the meetings, deals will be passed around the table and we will all discuss the various levels of interest in the deals presented. In certain circumstances, if we feel they are ready, we will invite company CEOs to make their own presentations."

"We’re specifically looking for Internet companies and gentlemen’s clubs with minimum annual revenue exceeding $1 million. There really are no limitations as to deal size on the higher end of the spectrum."

AdultVest investor meeting attendees will include private equity, hedge fund, venture capital and angel investment fund managers, as well as individual investors, investment bankers, financial advisors, and the AdultVest investment committee in charge of managing the AdultVest Bacchus Investment Fund and Priapus Investment Fund.

According to AdultVest.com Marketplace Statistics recently added to the AdultVest website, 647 adult companies have submitted investment proposals to the company, with 3380 vetted investors in the pool of interested parties. There have also been 1833 due diligence requests made by potential investors.