SAN ANTONIO, Texas – PPJ Enterprise looked to expand its public profile this past weekend at the 32nd annual American Association of Physicians of Indian Origin (AAPI) Convention held in San Antonio, Texas.
The company displayed a booth in the Exhibit Hall of the San Antonio Convention Center and attended a variety of events where company officials met with physicians from across the nation who are leaders in their fields and play an integral part in the decision-making process regarding new products and services.
“This was a wonderful opportunity for PPJ Enterprise to broaden its reputation within the medical community,” PPJ Enterprise CEO Chandana Basu said. “This conference allowed us to make many important contacts that we hope will be beneficial to the company in the future.”
PPJE’s attendance at the convention comes on the heels of the medical billing and consulting firm’s recent announcement that it had reached a consulting agreement with the Industrial Hemp and Medical Marijuana Consulting Company Inc. to conduct medical marijuana potency tests through an affiliate lab that can test for THC, THCA, CBD, CBG, CBN, CBDA, beta-Caryophyllene, Linalool, beta-Myrcene and D-Limonene.
That announcement sparked a two-week surge in the company’s stock price, which is listed under the ticket symbol “PPJE” on the OTC Pink and PINKSHEETS boards.
This past weekend’s national convention allowed PPJ Enterprise officials to meet with senior members of medical practice management who influence the purchase of practice-related services for hospitals, medical schools and health care facilities throughout the United States and the world.