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Natcore to seek institutional investors

Rochester Business Journal
April 28, 2014

Natcore Technology Inc., whose research and development center is in Rochester, has retained an investor services company.
 
Natcore has contracted with Dallas-based Stonegate Inc., which focuses on assisting small-cap companies, Natcore said last week. Natcore trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange.

“Natcore has matured to the point where it’s time for us to approach institutional investors,” President and CEO Charles Provini said in a statement.

“(Stonegate) should help us increase our shareholder base and provide share price support,” he said. “They’ll have us making presentations to institutions by the end of April.”

Natcore will pay Stonegate $7,500 a month from April through May and $5,000 monthly until the agreement is ended, the company said.
 
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