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Solidus investment fund and Auramist executives visited Ingeniatrics.
Auramist CEO Mr. Jeffrey Badovick, Solidus CEO Mr. Townes Duncan and Ingeniatrics President Alfonso Gañan Calvo
Solidus CEO Mr. Townes Duncan J.Dr. and Auramist's principals, its CEO Mr. Jeffrey Badovick and the CFO Mr. Brent Campbell payed a visit to Ingeniatrics' new microencapsulation pilot-plants and assembly rooms on April 2012 and met Ingeniatrics' board and investors.
They also had meetings with Seville City Vice-Major Dr. Landa and with the rector of the University of Seville, Dr. Ramírez de Arellano.

The interviews and meetings were considered fruitful in the course of Zyxogen's actions to implement its new "Developed Application model" Business Plan and could eventually lead to investments in Spain. Zyxogen LLC is a joint venture initiative by Auramist and Ingeniatrics, now moving headquarters to Nashville, TN.


Solidus is one of the key-players in Tennessee finances, being managed by Mr. Duncan. Milt Capps, Venture Nashville Connections journalist, quoted his words at a three panel hosted by Nashville Business Journal: "I want to invest in people I like and respect". Mr. Duncan, Juris Doctor at Univ. Washington & Lee, is in possession of an impressive track-record as investments manager.


Auramist, one of the companies Solidus has invested in, is headquartered at Rogers, Arkansas, and successfully developing and marketing a range of products to enhance personal comfort utilizing what they call "dry mist". Amongst their customers are leading companies like Amazon and Home Depot.