Fairfield, CT -- (ReleaseWire) -- 05/16/2014 -- Competitive Technologies, Inc. (CTI), the pain mitigation company, is slated to present at the SeeThruEquity Third Annual Microcap Investor Conference on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at 11:00 AM EDT.
The one-day event will host a select group of microcap companies at the Convene Midtown East in New York City. CTI President & CEO Conrad Mir will present to investors and be available for one-on-one meetings during the conference.
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About Competitive Technologies Inc.
Competitive Technologies Inc., the pain mitigation company, develops and commercializes innovative wound and pain management products and technologies. CTI is the global distributor of its flagship medical device, the non-invasive Calmare® pain therapy medical device. It owns the FDA 510k clearance and an equity interest in the worldwide patent rights.
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