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    Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. Beefs Up Expansion Initiatives with Renewed Focus on Business Development Services

     
    Los Angeles-based consumer packaged goods manufacturer Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. (OTC: PSHR - http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=PSHR) is stepping up expansion plans with renewed focus on its strategic business development services for growing companies.
    The green product company, which recently found success from crowd funding, is aggressively exploring offering business development services that includes website development, package design, marketing, business plan design and implementation, new product development, mergers and acquisitions, financing and capital raising, and product and business acquisitions.
    “We are driven by the knowledge that a key component of our growth strategy is to constantly fill a robust new product pipeline with high profit margin products,” the company said on its website. “One of the ways that we keep our pipeline growing is to utilize our proven techniques to assist inventors and marketers in bringing products to market,” the company said.
    The move will enable Pac-Shore to be involved in end-to-end product development and marketing efforts. Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. (http://www.pac-sh.com/) is also offering a partnership with companies looking to make profits and royalties from their product prototypes.
    Pacific Shore Holdings, made headlines in January when it announced that it is ramping up its Nature-Cide Services Division. Nature-Cide serves as the umbrella corporate brand name for an essential oils-based, all-natural pesticide and repellent, and a wholly-operated pest management company from Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. According to a Market Watch report, the company is “accelerating strategic emphasis” on Nature-Cide because current product roll-outs and test marketing data have proven its robust revenue-generating potential.
    The Nature-Cide Services Division includes an outfitted truck that caters to neighborhoods in Malibu, Agoura and Calabasas. The trucks were originally intended to accompany its services to boost brand visibility and recall, but has since become increasingly popular among more homeowners in the said areas. Pac-Shore is keen on taking advantage of this growth opportunity by developing the said division as a full-fledged and accredited pest management entity this year.
    In 2013, Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. rolled out a new migraine-relief product and Zoo Mini’s, a miniature version of its Zoo plush cooling/heating plush animal product line under its Thermal-Aid brand. Thermal-Aid is a 100% natural therapeutic heating/cooling treatment pack that aids pain management and helps ease the symptoms of arthritis, fibromyalgia, multiple sclerosis, back aches, migraines and other forms of body pain.
    Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. is poised to establish itself as a market leader in the green products industry. The company also manufactures and distributes Home Spa, a brand of natural aromatherapy shower sprays; and Energy X, a line of natural energy-infused mixer, SPF 30 lip balms and gums. The company’s products are available on leading supermarkets and grocery stores like Meijer, Rite Aid, Costco Wholesale, Bed, Bath & Beyond and Hamrick’s.
    Shares of Pacific Shore Holdings, Inc. currently trades at $0.0053 based on latest market data. In November last year, the company reported to have successfully raised funds from general solicitations through the SEC sanctioned Equity Crowd Funding methodology with regulation 506c, under the JOBS Act of 2012, Market Watch reported.

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