Archive for August, 2008

BVI-controlled launches self-publishing website

Monday, August 25th, 2008, a company owned by the BVI Holding called ITCCYL Ltd., and led by Utah businessman Roice Krueger, has launched a Web site that allows anyone to publish a book online, or upload videos, music, photos or any other digital products.

In May this year, the company opened a retail shop that allowed to think that it is going to compete with the likes of, but not the BVI-controlled company launched a distinctive  feature – the ability to publish any digital file at no cost to the creator, who will retain copyrights, and has the option to distribute his products for free or set a price and receive 50% of any sales revenue.

Self-publishing is available from a number of companies and their websites, including also Amazon. This company sees as one of its advantages the ability for the self-publishers to get to the huge marketing machine –, and it keeps 20% of the sale price of a book when it is sold through its e-stores, or 40% when sold through, plus takes a fixed fee for printing charges. hopes to receive its dividends from publishing online any digital materials, and by providing the 50% commission to the creator. The customers can create their own online libraries and leave their comments about the quality of the works, for other readers to see them.

The site of is still evolving, and the founders are holing to improve the search engine and add more social networking feature and perhaps on-demand printing. The site is even planning to include the ability for a group of people to come together and write a book.

The company, owned by the BVI consortium, has no central office and is run with independent consultants. Web developers out of an office in Salt Lake City, and two marketing-support people  are working in Los Angeles.

Euro Tech Holdings announces another contract of its associated company

Sunday, August 17th, 2008

BVI-registered and Hong Kong-based EuroTech Holdings Company Limited announced on August 11 that its associated company, Zhejiang Tianlan Desulfurization and Dust-Removal Co. Ltd. in Zhejiang, China, which was founded in 2000, has received four contracts with various companies in China. The contracts on total amount of US$8.3mln cover design, manufacture, supply and commissioning of desulfurization equipment for boilers, for applications in paper, heat and power plants in Shandong, Fujian, Zhejiang and Guangdong.

It is not the first contract, “gradually being materialized in the second half of 2008”, by words of Mr. T.C. Leung, Chairman and CEO of the BVI company. Recently Euro Tech Holding Company (BVI)  announced that its wholly-owned and majority-owned subsidiaries have been awarded contracts from  Yang Cheng power generation company and US chemical company, worth US$1.9 mln and US$1.6 mln respectively.

Big Stick Media Corporation signs licensing agreement with BVI company operating in Asia

Thursday, August 7th, 2008

Vancouver-based Big Stick Media Corporation (BSM),  owning and operating a portfolio of assets that provide fact-based and opinion-oriented information relevant to the sports industry, has reported entering into a licensing agreement with Golden Retriever Consluting Co. Ltd., registered in the British Virgin Islands. The principal place of business of the BVI company is Taipei, Taiwan.

Pursuant to the licensing agreement, BSM will earn a percentage of the revenues earned by Golden Retriever (BVI) for the worldwide distribution in the Mandarin language of BSM’s opinion-oriented information found at The start date of the agreement is July 21, 2008.

Yucheng Technologies (BVI) announces call center expansion project for China Construction Bank

Monday, August 4th, 2008

Yucheng Technologies Limited, BVI-registered company providing IT solutions and services to the Chinese banking industry, announced a significant call center expansion project for the China Construction Bank, one of the top four commercial banks in China. The expansion will increase China Construction Bank’s total number of call center seats from 3,000 at the end of the year 2007 to 7,500, in order to serve rapidly-growing credit card and retail banking customers.

China Construction Bank is the largest credit card issuer among the top 4 banks in China. It is also the 2nd largest commercial bank in China by the total assets amount. The bank is headquartered in Beijing, has a network of more than 13,000 branches and outlets across the country and is presented in all major international money centres.

Total value of BVI company’s contract with the bank is more than US$13.7 million. The major part of the solution and implementation services associated with this call center expansion project will be recognized in the third quarter of the year.