CELLPOINT CORPORATION CEO FEATURED IN WATCHDOG.COM ARTICLE CITING POOR BUSINESS CLIMATE FOR CA SMALL BUSINESS OWNERS

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February 23, 2015

Ehsan Gharatappeh, the CEO of Cellpoint Corporation featured in CalWatchdog.com online article “Entrepreneurs fret over CA business climate”.

Costa Mesa, CA, February 23, 2015– Ehsan Gharatappeh, CEO of Cellpoint Corporation was featured in CalWatchdog.com’s article “Entrepreneurs fret over CA business climate”. The article featured Mr. Gharatappeh’s comments during his February 11 testimony to the Assembly Committee on Jobs, Economic Development and the Economy on how California government regulations and poor business climate have forced him out of California.

The full CalWatchdog.com article can be viewed here: http://calwatchdog.com/2015/02/17/entrepreneurs-fret-over-ca-business-climate/

The article highlights the somber testimony from Mr. Gharatappeh’s and his fellow panelists that characterized the California business climate as a harsh environment for small business owners. To alter the current landscape the panel encouraged committee members to enable a competitive environment in California through pro-business policies limiting government regulations and economic restraints.

“In a perfect world, I would love to have some laws … to enable a competitive environment and marketplace in California, where big companies could move back to California and all of the small companies like mine that support them could follow in lockstep,” says Ehsan Gharatappeh, Cellpoint CEO in his recent CalWatchdog.com article.

CellPoint Corporation, a global manufacturing firm based in Orange County, CA, assists manufacturing companies with creative and innovative solutions to reduce manufacturing costs and increase product value. The firm delivers repair services and products to Fortune 500 companies, has over 100 employees in three facilities in Hong Kong, Shanghai, PRC, and Ft. Worth, Texas.

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