Competitive Technologies

Competitive Technologies Achieves OTCQX Listing Compliance


Fairfield, CT -- (SBWIRE) -- 11/22/2013 -- Competitive Technologies, Inc.(CTI), a pain mitigation biotechnology company, was notified yesterday, Wednesday, November 21, 2013 at 2:24 EST that it had returned to good listing compliance with the OTCQX.

On June 3, 2013, CTI was notified of its non-compliance with the rules and ongoing obligations of a publicly traded OTCQX company as so delineated in Section 3.1.r.(i) of the OTCQX Rules of U.S. Companies. On or about September 27, 2013, Management requested a three month extension to rectify the compliance shortfall due to the fact that there was a new management team in place as of September 26, 2013, which had initiated a corporate reengineering initiative that would rectify the non-compliance issue in short order. OTC Markets verbally agreed to an extension deadline of December 2, 2013.

“Being back in compliance with the OTC Markets is an enormous weight lifted off of CTI’s shoulders,” said CTI President & CEO Conrad Mir. “The Street has responded well to the recent changes made in the Company, which has contributed to this achievement. We believe this re-compliance may greatly contribute our fourth quarter results.”

About Competitive Technologies Inc.
Competitive Technologies Inc., (CTI) is a biotechnology company developing and commercializing innovative products and technologies. CTI is the licensed distributor of the non-invasive Calmare® pain therapy medical device, which incorporates the biophysical “Scrambler Therapy”® technology developed to treat neuropathic and cancer-derived pain by Professor Giuseppe Marineo.

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