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Hoyos Group Appoints Anthony Antolino as Chief Marketing Officer
Date:3/31/2011

NEW YORK, March 31, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Hoyos Group announced today the appointment of Anthony Antolino as Chief Marketing Officer, effective April 1, 2011.

As Chief Marketing Officer, Antolino will be a member of Hoyos Group's senior executive team, leading the company's global marketing functions including strategic marketing, strategic business development, brand strategy, positioning and development, channel marketing development, corporate communications and media relations.

Hoyos has revolutionized the access control and identity management industry by delivering next-generation iris based systems to companies in the financial services and government sectors. They anticipate expansion into the consumer sector in 2011. The company has developed a portfolio of hardware and software services and business methods that utilize iris biometric technologies to help businesses and governments around the world overcome the everyday challenges of identity management. Hoyos' current portfolio of proven products includes the HBOX®, HBOX®-V, HCAM®, EyeSwipe®, EyeSwipe-Mini® and EyeSwipe Nano®.

Antolino, 39, joins Hoyos Group with over 15 years of strategy, marketing and digital technology innovation expertise. An acknowledged innovative marketer, Antolino was recognized as one of 40 under 40 in Consumer Electronics for 2010. Prior to joining Hoyos Group, he spent the past four years as Senior Vice-President of DMC Worldwide, a leading global enterprise and consumer products organization. Antolino was recruited to help reinvent the near 60 year old organization. In this role, he developed and successfully executed a re-positioning and growth strategy creating diverse innovative revenue vehicles and significantly increasing the overall asset value of the company.

"Over the past four years Hoyos Group has developed our portfolio of iris based biometrics technologies to the point where we are ready to aggressively ma
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