In the article author Steven Samblis said, “My father taught me at a young age to find a company with a product that you love and invest in it. Dad also taught me: Great companies start with great products or services delivered by inspirational individuals. A management team can make a company thrive or drive it into the ground. Dad’s step two in his investment philosophy comes down to people.”
Hallmark Venture Group, Inc. is a mini-venture fund, investing in small to medium size companies that have the potential to grow rapidly and benefit from being a public company. Hallmark Venture Group, Inc.’s president, Robert L. Cashman, stated: “The key to any successful company is outstanding, responsible people who are totally dedicated to make the company succeed.” Hallmark Venture Group, Inc. currently has seven developing companies in its “incubator” managed by a successful and experienced solid team.
As the companies develop, Hallmark leads them through the steps to become public causing Hallmark Venture Group, Inc. to enjoy a significant increase in its investment and, in turn, an increase in value for its shareholders.
We are pleased that IC Places has elected to feature Hallmark Venture Group, Inc. and one of our developing companies, Little Society, Inc. We believe you will find the article inspiring. Hallmark Venture Group, Inc. stock is traded on the OTC Pink Sheets under the symbol HLLK. For more information, www.hallmarkventuregroup.com or contact Robert L. Cashman, President, at 714-538-5214 or Bobc@hallmarkventuregroup.com.
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