The Wall Street Journal Europe (WSJE) becomes Media Partner with WCS throughUnited States
World Climate Summit
Wall Street Journal Europe with Dow Jones has partnered with The World Climate Summit as Media Partners through the Wall Street Journal Europe Future Leadership Institute.
Michael Mathres, co-Founder of the World Climate Summit said, “Wall Street Journal Europe and Dow Jones will provide us unprecedented business media coverage for the World Climate Summit. We are also looking forward to working with the Future Leadership Institute to reach out to the academic community and future leaders of tomorrow's low-carbon world.”
About Wall Street Journal Europe: The Wall Street Journal Europe is a daily English-language newspaper that covers global and regional business news for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). Published by Dow Jones & Company (a News Corp company), it forms part of the world’s leading business publication franchise, which includes The Wall Street Journal, The Wall Street Journal Asia, and The Wall Street Journal Online (WSJ.com). Together, these publications have a total circulation of 3.8 million, reaching the world’s top business and political leaders.
Founded in 1983, The Wall Street Journal Europe is printed in nine locations throughout the region – Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, the U.K. and Israel. The paper is distributed in more than 60 countries with almost 80% of its subscribers European citizens.
The Wall Street Journal Europe draws on the Dow Jones network of more than 1,900 editors and reporters worldwide, including more than 400 in Europe alone, operating from 30 news bureaus across the EMEA region. Its website, europe.WSJ.com, offers relevant, reliable breaking news and analysis, opinion, market data and multimedia features tailored for a European audience by a London-based editorial team. Blogs include New Europe (blogs.wsj.com/new-europe/) covering Eastern and Central Europe; Iain Martin's blog on U.K. Politics (blogs.wsj.com/iainmartin); The Source (blogs.wsj.com/thesource); and Real Time Brussels (blogs.wsj.com/brussels), offering rapid-fire analysis on key events through the European business day. Content is also available via mobile devices, including a Europe edition of the WSJ.com Blackberry Reader; and a mobile-optimized website (http://m.europe.wsj.com) which provides continually updated news, information and analysis from europe.WSJ.com, via any Web-enabled mobile device or smartphone. Globally, The Wall Street Journal Online (WSJ.com) is the leading provider of business and financial news and analysis on the web with more than one million subscribers and more than 22 million users per month (average YTD). The Wall Street Journal Europe is the fastest-growing brand in print and online among European business readers; has a higher concentration of board directors among its readers than any other international daily or weekly in its field; and offers a more targeted delivery of financial professionals than any other pan-European title (Ipsos MediaCT, BE: Europe 2009 readership survey).
About the FUTURE LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE: Since The Wall Street Journal Europe established its Future Leadership Program, we have maintained a strong, ongoing commitment to excellence in education. We provide a global perspective, helping students develop skills in finance, economics, international business and more, which prepares them for success in their chosen careers. Every day of the academic year, Europe-based students receive a valuable learning tool: The Wall Street Journal Europe. As part of the Future Leadership Program the Future Leadership Institute organizes an on-going series of seminars and networking opportunities structured to bring together industry leaders and university students in forums where they can exchange their views and concerns on local and global issues and find solutions. For more information please visit www.wsje-fli.com
About the World Climate Summit: In partnership with CNN International, TIME, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal Europe, Dow Jones, E!Sharp, UN Global Compact, UN Environment Programme Finance Initiative, The World Bank, Carbon Disclosure Project, ICLEI (Local Governments for Sustainability), Bright Green and the Mexican Government's ProMexico, The World Climate Summit WCS (www.worldclimatesummit.com) is the largest business conference during the UNFCCC COP 16, Cancun, Mexico. The World Climate Summit is dedicated to accelerate economic solutions to climate change by convening the world’s leading businesses, financiers, and governments, so that they can collaborate, innovate, and finance, local and global solutions. This high-profile 2-day summit will take place on December 4-5th at the Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, Mexico. The World Climate Summit is an initiative managed by World Climate Ltd.
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