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Irving, TX, United States, 2005/08/12 - Sniffex, Inc. (OTC.PK: SNFX), producers of Sniffex, an explosives detection device, announced today the successful completion of an international seminar for prospective agents from around the world..
The Company stated that potential agents from over 10 countries attended the seminar. The purpose of the seminar was to educate, train, and demonstrate Sniffex in a number of different environments and situations. The potential agents also spent time meeting with the inventor of Sniffex, Yuri Markov, discussing the current technology and heard, first hand, his vision for the future of Sniffex and related products.
"This was a fantastic meeting where I was able to meet other potential agents from around the world to discuss marketing strategies and, at the same time, learn more about the product's capabilities, in addition to meeting the inventor," stated George Azar, President of Azarco Trading & Contracting. "We were treated to a series of Sniffex tests, meetings with existing users, and discussions with Yuri Markov that provided an enormous amount of information about Sniffex and its future potential. We left with a strong desire to promote Sniffex as quickly and aggressively as possible, worldwide. Sniffex is great; we have the potential to save lives and build a fantastic business at the same time," he continued.
Sniffex, Inc. is the holder of the license to sell Sniffex, an explosives detection device, in most areas of the world. It sells its products through agents, distributors, and its own sales force. The Company was formed in November 2004 and began selling its products in May 2005. The Company has formed a partnership with Yuri Markov, a noted Bulgarian engineer and inventor of Sniffex, to lead the research and development of its next generation products.
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Source: Sniffex, Inc.