USA: Global Foods Online partners with Real Technologies to integrate traditional and new media
Global Foods recently announced it will publish and distribute printed, illustrated source guides and directories that promote manufacturers and advertisers of gourmet specialty food, beverage, confectionery, wine and alcohol products from around the world. These quarterly updated, magazine-sized directories will be initially sent free of charge to 50,000 selected USA and Canada-based decision makers in the specialty food industry, followed by a mailing to 200,000 buyers worldwide. Advertisers who purchase space in the directories will be provided free advertising online on www.globalfoodsonline.com.
The directories will be integrated into the Company's website by Real Technologies. John Harrison, president of Global Foods Online, stated, "Through our partnership with Real Technologies, Global Foods Online has researched, developed and implemented a next generation e-commerce site that combines our traditional print media with the Internet to provide a total multimedia solution serving the $65 billion United States gourmet food export and import industry."
David Gordon, chairman of Global Foods, said, "Real Technologies has created a superior, real-time, virtual marketplace that enables Global Foods to maximize its advertising revenue opportunities through both print and online resources. Real Technologies delivers the B2B solution that advertisers and clients demand in our business."
David Reale, president of Real Technologies, stated, "Together with Global Foods, we have created an entirely new technique to bring sales growth and profits to advertisers. The Global Foods website seamlessly integrates Global Foods' printed directory advertisers into its online site in order to capitalize on both the traditional and promotional strategies for the estimated multi-billion dollar e-commerce marketplace."
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About Global Foods Online
Global Foods Online is the first global multimedia publishing, advertising, sales and marketing company that combines Internet business-to-business technology and printed source directories for the international export and import promotion of the specialty food, beverage, and confectionery industry. Global Foods Online has established initial relationships with 52 government export-import departments, including the United States Department of Commerce. The Company links world industry buyers, distributors and manufacturers of high-quality, branded gourmet food products online through www.globalfoodsonline.com and its quarterly offline printed, "Source International: Food and Beverage Directory." For additional updates, see www.globalfoodsonline.com. Forward-looking statements in this release are made pursuant to the "safe harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Investors are cautioned that such forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties, including without limitation, continued acceptance of the Company's products, increased levels of competition for the Company, new products and technological changes, the Company's dependence on third-party suppliers, and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's periodic reports filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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