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Endexx Introduces Entry Level Dispensing Technology

Endexx Introduces Interactive Dispensing System at the Big Industry Show in Denver

CAVE CREEK, AZ -- (Marketwired) -- 04/14/14 -- Endexx Corporation (OTC Pink: EDXC) (PINKSHEETS: EDXC) will be exhibiting at the Big Industry Show at the Denver Mart on April 16-17 and showcasing a new line of interactive wall mounted vending machines.

The Big Industry Show is a B2B trade show that precedes the Cannabis Cup and brings together all the marijuana industry participants with a focus on product manufacturers and services providers. The Big Show is a unique opportunity to present the m3hub platform and dispensing technologies directly to the businesses that will benefit the most from our offerings.

The new line of controlled entry level dispensing machines introduced at the show goes beyond the traditional dispensing concept and offers a highly interactive platform for business owners, product manufacturers and distributors that allows them to white label their brands, control high volume items, and generate customized promotional campaigns, all in a highly secure and compliant environment.

The product features include:

  • A three layered approach to POP marketing
    Interactive media at the point of purchase in high quality locations driving brand awareness
    Real-time research, data and sampling metrics
    Sales distribution that puts the product at the right consumption point
  • Wide variety of content options
    Video, interactive games, product info, surveys that drive brand's message and product differentiation to immersed customers in locations customers already trust
  • Post-purchase activities
    Loyalty program, contact capture and additional touch points amplifying marketing efforts
  • Detailed analytics
    Survey data, unique engagements, timing, bundling, demographics, and sampling results
    Market intelligence at your fingertips

Todd Davis, Chairman and CEO of Endexx, said, "After evaluating customer and market feedback related to the ideal solution for dispensing cannabis related products, Endexx has secured the best technology available to the market today. The system meets or exceeds our clients requests by offering a small foot-print (2 feet by 2 feet by 6 inch depth). The system is wall-mounted, weighs 30 pounds and holds 100 unique items. Affordably, the system allows a dispensary or store to start with one unit and expand as necessary to meet market demand. Producers can private label the machines and offer exclusive products, branding and content messaging to its customers, providing a more personalized experience between manufacturers and their loyal customers. The engineering, inventory control and multimedia options offer our customers a fully compliant and maximum efficiency automated system to improve customer satisfaction, increase sales volume and generate repeat business."

About Endexx :

www.endexx.com www.gsgsolar.com www.m3hub.com www.autospense.com

Endexx Corporation collaborates with independent software engineers and architects, scientists, engineers, and other innovators to build businesses that can thrive collectively in the equity markets. The Endexx team recognizes that individually, development stage technology companies face extreme difficulty surviving as independent organizations. Through its collaborative practices, individual and group skill sets are synergistically applied to develop unique technologies and grow the businesses, while centralizing costs and eliminating redundancies. Endexx provides a platform for entrepreneurs to thrive, offering maximum return on investment through equity ownership in the parent corporation. Each entrepreneur is an Endexx shareholder, incentivized to contribute to the overall objective of increasing shareholder value. Endexx's management team and its advisory group each have a minimum of 10-50 years of experience in their field of expertise. The parent company's management has extensive experience growing businesses, developing and implementing new technologies and running publicly traded corporations.

Contact Endexx via email to receive corporate news and updates at [email protected].

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