MEDdevice Acquisition Corp. Engages Catalyst Financial Resources

PORTLAND, Ore., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- MEDdevice Acquisition Corp., has selected Catalyst Financial Resources to execute a comprehensive investor awareness campaign aimed at increasing corporate visibility in the financial marketplace. Catalyst Financial Resources will initiate a program which includes investor conferences and institutional targeting to help promote the visibility of MEDdevice Acquisition Corp. in the financial marketplace. The contract involves extensive use of Catalyst's proprietary process for creating, managing and developing institutional exposure to under-followed small & emerging companies.

About MEDdevice Acquisition Corporation

MEDdevice Acquisition Corporation ("MDAC") was formed by health care industry professionals to acquire and optimize medical product companies and assets. The focus of MDAC is to work with strategic partners to acquire companies or divisions operating in complementary fields, establish management efficiencies and superior market presence to provide significantly enhanced market value in a minimal period of time. For more information on MEDdevice Acquisition Corporation, please visit: http://www.mdacllc.com. MEDdevice Corporation's strategic advisor is JD Friedland with Epsilon Securities, LLC, a specialty M&A advisory firm focused on growing companies in the healthcare sector.

About Catalyst Financial Resources

Catalyst Financial Resources, LLC is an investor awareness firm helping small- and micro-cap companies gain credible exposure in the financial community. Employing the Catalyst System(TM), we augment a firm's existing investor relations activities and assist in achieving appropriate valuation in the marketplace. The Catalyst System(TM) was born out of an intense commitment to the small-cap, under-followed market and the need to forge a new standard on Wall Street. Founded in 2002 by Marc Robins, CFA, Catalyst Financial Resources has a proven track record of meeting the needs of both the management and the shareholders of small-cap companies.

SOURCE MEDdevice Acquisition Corp.

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