The Enticom Corporation (founded as Enticom Australia Inc. and commonly referred to as Enticom) is an American corporation based New York City, USA. It had one subsidiary, the Enticom Titanium Mining and Manufacturing Company.
Enticom was founded in September 2009 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. It was set up for the purpose of running Jacob Medrolke's somewhat misguided attempt to enter into business with a small food company. It was a complete disaster, but Medrolke managed to sell the company for a reasonable price so he didn't loose too much money.
When Medrolke moved to the US, he took his organization with him, and set up on the outskirts of New York City. He had several manufacturing companies in the US, with reasonable amounts of profit. His final US company was Enticom Small Arms Company, which unfortunately went bankrupt in early summer 2010 due to the worldwide economic slump at that time.
The Third Era
Enticom considers the period of time from the collapse of Enticom Small Arms Company to the present as the "Third Era" of the company, the first two being the early Australian-based period and the following line of US companies. "The Third Era" officially started when Enticom moved to a more up-scale HQ in Manhattan, with a modern building in the financial district. Soon afterwards, Enticom Titanium Mining and Manufacturing Company was created in Australia. Unfortunately, despite being very profitable, the Indonesian occupation of Australia forced the company to put production on hold until the region was free again.
Enticom Titanium Mining and Manufacturing Company (usually referred to as Enticom Titanium or The ETMMC) was a titanium company based in Northern Territory, Indonesian-occupied Australia. The ETMMC had stopped the production due to the Enticom Corporation’s support of Australia, and resultant unwillingness to contribute to Indonesia’s arms industry, as a result of the corporation’s roots in New South Wales.