Houston, TX (PRWEB) December 19, 2008
eDOORWAYS (EDWY.PK) is evolving as a brand that is positioned to offer novel and compelling forms of empowerment from e-commerce to enhanced learning and beyond. The design of the eDOORWAYS brand is taking shape as vertical revenue opportunities present themselves. The emerging "doorways" that may be opened will be designed to engage people in experiences that help propel them forward in beneficial ways. It is anticipated that eDOORWAYS will boast at least six unique doorways. These would include the already developed "SOLVE" doorway, which will appear on the eDOORWAYS platform upon the brand's launch.
SOLVE, which is the original conception of the eDOORWAYS service offering, is a real-time problem solving venue and e-commerce platform resembling a "town square". Pre-qualified "gold nugget" prospects will be connected directly to businesses that have the exact solution to their problem or need. The five other doorways, as detailed on the company's corporate blog (http://www.edoorways.wordpress.com), will be released sequentially as they are completed during 2009 & 2010.
Each door will bring with it new ways to derive revenue through technology licensing, advertising, and other avenues in markets such as education, news broadcasting, internet search services, and others.
About eDOORWAYS Corporation:
For more information on eDOORWAYS Corporation and/or the "eDOORWAYS" initiative, please e-mail a package request at info (at) edoorways.com, visit our website at http://www.edoorways.com, or call (713) 621-4547.
Statements in this news release that are not historical facts, including statements about plans and expectations regarding products and opportunities, demand and acceptance of new or existing products, capital resources and future financial results are forward-looking. Forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties which may cause the Company's actual results in future periods to differ materially from those expressed. These uncertainties and risks include changing consumer preferences, lack of success of new products, loss of the Company's customers, competition and other factors discussed from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.