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TMCNet:  ISM International Names New Member to Its Board of Directors

[November 29, 2012]

ISM International Names New Member to Its Board of Directors

Clearwater, FL, Nov 29, 2012 (eTeligis.com via COMTEX) ISM International (PINKSHEETs: ISML, SSK Frankfurt) has named a new member to its Board of Directors, emphasizing the company's commitment to taking a new organized approach to the marketing of its products and enhancing the value of its shares. The new director is: Sam L. Little, who has extensive experience and a varied background, bringing new insight and expertise to the Board.

Sam L. Little, named as Director of Communications, has a Bachelor Degree in Computer Information Systems from University of Houston/ Clear Lake. He has over 23 years experience with start-up Technology and Green companies with a proven specialty on developing Internet-focused marketing and Sales plans for increasing revenue growth through new account acquisitions. He started his career with Blue Lance Software as Product manager for an Audit/Trail application for Novell networks. He then moved to their sister company -- Integrated Business Systems -- as Sales Manager, driving their revenue to over $12 Million before leaving and starting Networks On-line (nol.net), a PC Networking integration company and Internet Service Provider that grew to over $5.5 Million in revenue before going public. The next several years after that he spent helping multiple DSL manufacturers build customer databases, penetrating multiple markets, including hospitality, rural phones, communications and cable companies. Most recently, Mr. Little has spent extensive time evaluating and utilizing Virtual PBX and Virtual Office to decrease operational overhead for companies poised for explosive growth. His unique set of skills will be utilized by ISM International Inc. to further develop its technical projects and assist in ISM's future growth plans with its brand "MyGirl".

Mario Quenneville, CEO of ISM International, wishes to inform all shareholders that due to the storm (Hurricane Sandy), the markets were not functioning adequately since the storm and ISM has not placed any news until this release. We urge all shareholders to pray for and assist in any way the victims of this storm. Also, Veterans Day was on November 11; please honor those who have served and those who have died, allowing us the freedoms we enjoy in our country. May God bless the United States of America. Safe Harbor Statement:This news release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 37A of the Securities Act of 1933 and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties. A number of factors could cause actual results to differ from those indicated in the forward-looking statements, including the Company's ability to continue to successfully market and provide its services, maintain its effectiveness and its customer base and general economic conditions. The Company undertakes no obligation to publicly update or revise forward-looking statements whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

CONTACT:Mario Quenneville727-542-0700mario@isml.ushttp://www.isml.us

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