- GLOBE to provide mentoring and technology review services for a select group of pre-commercial BC companies in environmental and clean technology related sectors as part of a 10-month pilot project.
- The failure of many small businesses to develop international trade opportunities is a major challenge for governments and business owners
- Expectations on the growth and deployment of renewable energy vastly exceed actual growth of green energy
- By 2050 more than 40% of the world’s population will live under severe water stress and nearly 20% could be exposed to floods.
- Phil Fontaine O.C., O.M. will be recognized for his lifelong dedication to the Aboriginal community as recipient of the 2013 Award for Excellence in Aboriginal Relations from the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business
All members of the media and technical support personnel MUST be pre-accredited to gain access to events at GLOBE 2014.
The GLOBE 2014 Conference & Trade Fair will be open to all
designated pass holders who must be accepted as such by the GLOBE
Foundation. As the event is of public interest and importance,
working media will be granted access to report on proceedings free
of charge. To gain credentials as media one must prove employment
The following proves employment as media:
1. Byline in print or on-line with recognized media source
2. Letter from assignment editor of recognized media source
3. Photo identification as working with recognized media source
4. Working for a website in existence and defined as "covering related news"
Click here to view the full media accreditation policy for GLOBE 2014.
Contact for media inquiries:
Laura Ballance Media Group