Moorestown, NJ, April 03, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- The Lucentra Corporation is moving into its second quarter and is preparing to hold a conference call on May 1 regarding first quarter financial results. A press release relaying the findings will also be issued the same morning on Lucentra’s Investor Relations site.
The first quarter findings will involve bringing in an internal auditor who will assess the total spending, earnings and profit for the company. A mid-quarter analysis presented a 193 percent profit. However, this profit is expected to have increased by the end of the quarter to more than 200 percent. Speculation of increased profit is due to the stock Lucentra has with companies like Apple, AIG and American Airlines. In addition, both the Investor Relations site and the investment portfolio have been gaining profit. The numbers will be finalized during the May 1 quarterly findings.
Lucentra is also continuing with the integration of KDBM International staff. While Lucentra has been focused on consulting, the integration of KDBM will increase Lucentra’s use of educational tools. As one of these educational tools, Lucentra will be implementing branding academy workshops, which will teach business owners how to brand products and create business names. Lucentra wants to further its reach as a company working with business development and understands that both learning aspects are necessary to get on the track to success.
As its own entity, KDBM International specialized in educating businesses on various topics in preparation for marketing in other economies. It too had its own brand academy learning division. Lucentra intends to incorporate KDBM’s teaching expertise in order to gain techniques that will round out consultation of business development. The workshops are expected to begin sometime in the second quarter and will promote education through the use webinars and other online presentations.
Additionally, Lucentra will be working with Google to provide Google apps. The company will also offer meta-tagging and key wording to increase businesses’ search engine optimization. With regards to this, Lucentra plans to help businesses manage AdWords and learn more about gaining online exposure. AdWords allow businesses to display advertisements in order to attract more customers. Essentially, a team of consultants would step in to assist the client in using AdWords, resulting in as much as exposure as possible. This is a feature offered by Google, but Lucentra will be offering it to help businesses limit spending.
Ms. Danielle Steffenhagen,