Gold Key Media to distribute Climate Change – The New Economy at G7 Summit 2018
Gold Key Media, a distributor of print and digital press to the leisure, corporate and travel sectors, has once again been appointed the official global distributor of Climate Change – The New Economy.
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The principle publication on climate change will be distributed at the G7 Summit in Quebec, Canada, taking place from June 8-9.
Launched in 2008, Climate Change – The New Economy promotes independent and informed discussions on issues related to climate change and sustainable development, with high-quality editorial content aimed at political business leaders.
The annual event will bring together the G7 countries’ leaders, as well as representatives of the European Union, to discuss issues that are of global importance, including climate change, global economic issues, foreign security and development policy.
Chris Horn, Managing Director of Gold Key Media, said: “Gold Key Media is delighted to once again be working with Climate Change – The New Economy. We pride ourselves in our longstanding relationships and look forward to continuing this in the future.”
Working closely with Climate Change – The New Economy, Gold Key Media has created a bespoke distribution programme to ensure high levels of visibility throughout the G7 Summit.
The magazine will be placed at hotels in La Malbaie, Quebec and surrounding areas, and in key international airline lounges across the world in locations including London, Canada, Paris, Frankfurt, Milan, Rome and Bagotville.
James Butler, Global Business Development Director of Climate Change – The New Economy, said: “Climate Change – The New Economy is proud to partner with Gold Key Media in supporting this year's G7 Summit with our leading publication. We have successfully worked together from as far back as COP17 in Durban, South Africa and continue to look forward to developing our partnership for many years to come."
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