Website Launched To Link Business Contacts In Developing Nations

From: Globeez
Published: Tue Sep 28 2010


Globeez (www.Globeez.com), a new type of website designed to be the gateway for business between Africa and all other emerging and developed markets, announced today that they are preparing to go live.

"Globeez exists to facilitate trade and the free exchange of information throughout developing nations," said company founder and CEO Elizabeth Filippouli. "We have taken a bold step forward by combining the elements of social networking sites with news and other practical information that targets the needs and interests of SMEs, entrepreneurs and business executives."

The website is unique and innovates beyond the standard networking or news websites, company officials said. Members get instant access to a wealth of information including up to the minute news stories relevant to the emerging business landscape, currency exchange rates, weather forecasts and stock market updates.

Members also have the ability to create a social networking profile , comment on articles and forums on the site and exchange ideas and information with other business executives.

The site will also allow companies to post news about job openings and business opportunities, and members may post their CVs and make them available to recruiters in the worldwide marketplace.


"Globeez is designed for serious players both large and small in the corporate, NGO and private enterprise sectors to exchange trade and business opportunities. We hope to become the place real professionals come to network, share ideas, creating partnerships and spur innovation." Filippouli said.

Globeez has partnered with several established companies during the beta phase including PRNewswire, Rocketseed and A24, among others.

Filippouli is a well-respected member of the international media and business communities. She has worked as a journalist for Al Jazeera and CNN and as a media and communications consultant for several multinational companies including the Athens 2004 Olympic Games Committee and Coca-Cola.

"With Globeez we are going to streamline the entire process of networking and doing business in Africa, the Middle East and beyond," Filippouli said. "This is the next generation of business communications for the region."

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