- 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
BECOME A SPONSOR
As a sponsor of GLOBE 2014, you will have a preferred place at one of the most high-profile environmental business events in the world. You will also have access to some of the most progressive individuals and companies in the business of the environment, along with a series of other entitlements.
For information on becoming a sponsor for GLOBE 2014, please contact:
Vice President, Marketing & Business Development
Toll Free: 800-274-6097
Tel: (604) 695-5000
What Our Sponsors Had to Say About GLOBE 2010…
"RBC was a large sponsor of GLOBE this year, and we're very happy to have increased our sponsorship. It has provided us with great profile. It's a fantastic gathering - I only wish it was every year. "
- Shari Austin, Vice President, Corporate Citizenship, Royal Bank of Canada
"GLOBE is an excellent platform, there is a very high quality of people to meet, and it is a very exciting place to be."
- Frank Wouters, Chief Executive, Masdar Power, UAE
"DOW stepped up our GLOBE sponsorship in 2010, and it's been an enormous opportunity for us to network at a higher level - that has been very rewarding … just a tremendous opportunity."
- Joe Deustcher, Vice President, Dow Chemical Canada
"The GLOBE team is first class."
- Peter Beattie, Commissioner, Queensland Government Trade and Investment Office, USA