KITCHENER, ON, Jan. 13, 2012 /CNW/ - Interactive publishers Industry Media announced the release of the January issues of Canadian Industry Online and Global Renewables Online, following the highly successful inaugural launch of the magazines in December.
The January editions of the magazines celebrate the strengths of both the Canadian national economy and international renewable energy development. Keynote interviews in Canadian Industry and Global Renewables Online include talks with the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, and the Energy Council of Canada.
This month, Canadian Industry published the first in its series of spotlights on corporate philanthropy in a story with Manulife Financial. To be considered for a focus in the magazine's Modern Philanthropy section, email Sara Kopamees at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The release of the January magazines coincides with the official start to a formal digital media partnership between Industry Media and the Atlantic Provinces Chambers of Commerce. Information about the partnership and the APCC can be found at www.apcc.ca.
About Industry Media
Industry Media is an interactive publishing company dedicated to serving the information needs of business professionals in Canada and abroad. Headquartered in Kitchener-Waterloo, the technology hub of North America, Industry Media produces online magazines Canadian Industry Online (CIO) and Global Renewables Online (GRO), with a mandate to share Canadian innovation success nationally and beyond, as well as showcase the best in international renewable energy development. Both magazines are produced monthly, with an aim to engage a senior executive audience—readers who are the best and brightest in their fields.
About the APCC
The Atlantic Provinces Chambers of Commerce (APCC), formerly the Maritime Board of Trade, was formed in 1896. It has been championing the cause of business in Atlantic Canada for in excess of a century, and continues to promote and support business and economic development in Atlantic Canada.
Today, the four provincial chambers and the regional APCC operate under a common set of by-laws and serve as a federation of over 100 local chambers of commerce and boards of trade throughout Atlantic Canada, representing more than 16,000 businesses and professional people.
With the support and united strength of the chamber network, APCC continuously searches for opportunities to foster growth and prosperity through regional collaboration and cooperation, and to become the strong, unified voice for business in Atlantic Canada.
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