(NWMT) Greenfield Founder Makes Case for SME Investment to Bolster Disaster Risk Reduction in United Nations Debate Moderated by Zeinab Badawi of BBC World News

DALLAS, TX--(Marketwire - February 10, 2011) - NewMarket Technology, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: NWMT) (OTCQB: NWMT) Greenfield Partnership Program founder, Philip Verges added to yesterday's disaster risk reduction debate at the United Nations by arguing that improved investment in small and medium enterprises (SMEs) would mitigate loss in the event of disasters within emerging markets. The United Nations General Assembly convened yesterday, February 9th on its first thematic debate on disaster risk reduction to encourage governments to take action and invest more in reducing risk and exposure to disasters (http://tinyurl.com/UNISDR). The one-day UN debate on disaster risk reduction was organized under the auspices of the office of UN General Assembly President Joseph Deiss, with support from the UN International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR). Mr. Verges is a UNISDR Private Sector Advisory Group member (http://tinyurl.com/4lgtzxg). The debate was opened by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and moderated by international broadcaster and journalist Zeinab Badawi of BBC World News.

"Disasters hit poor regions hardest, and economic policy that can incentivize business investment to improve regional per capita GDP is an essential element of the disaster risk reduction debate," said Philip Verges. "Small and medium sized enterprises are the largest contributors globally to GDP and employment. I believe improved SME investment is the most likely business investment category to most effectively reduce regional poverty. Improved regional economics support sustainable disaster risk reduction initiatives."

Mr. Verges included in his comments an overview of an emerging market trade mission format to stimulate SME investment and increase disaster risk reduction awareness within the SME community piloted by the NewMarket Greenfield Partnership Program in conjunction with the UNISDR. One seminar has been conducted so far in Nairobi, Kenya with a second seminar scheduled for March in the Philippines.

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Greenfield Founder Philip Verges makes case for SME investment to bolster disaster risk reduction in United Nations Debate