An unique Corporate Marketing oppportunity for the Global Forestry Industry
One year ago our team at GIT Forestry Consulting launched the Global Eucalyptus Map 2008 project. Without even noticing, it became the most popular and most visited information resource at EUCALYPTOLOGICS, this small vehicle for information transfer currently reaching +20,000 readers in +140 countries, including yourself. Unexpectedly, we received contacts from over 50 countries around the world interested in obtaining different versions of the map, in some cases as source of data for academic research, in other cases as source of relevant information for corporate investment, and in other cases simply to get a visually attractive material to hang on your office walls. (Surely, it is on ours too!)
One year later, and several hundred thousand of extra Eucalyptus plantations accomplished during the 2008-2009 planting campaign worldwide, we are pleased to announce that the Global Eucalyptus Map has got its own website, and the Global Eucalyptus Map 2009, with updated information and a new layout is... about to be released!
Visit the Global Eucalyptus Map 2009 website!
From October 18th to October 23d the World of Forestry will spin around Buenos Aires as the most international event, the XIII World Forestry Congress, takes place in Argentina.
What would happen if every single attendee to such an event would receive from you and from us a corporate gift... taking the form of a useful printed map... and displaying our business brands? Sounds good? Keep reading then!
Want to add your corporate brand to the map? Let us help you!
The idea is having sponsors from all the main areas of the world where Eucalyptus are grown as a commercial crop participating in this marketing campaign. The layout of the map will help assign the geographic area you work in to a geographic area in the map. Nice or nice?
We welcome those relevant companies within the global timber industry, and particularly those industries related to Eucalyptus, be it as growers, industrial manufacturers, suppliers of machinery or other goods and services to add their brands to this product if interested. It will be reaching a truly international and select target audience.
Check the Global Eucalyptus Map 2009 Work Plan, describing the rationale of sponsor raised funding and the benefits in the longer term of joining this marketing campaign
The outcome of adding your brand as sponsor of this map is a range of benefits in the short (Buenos Aires) and the medium term (after Buenos Aires). Your logo will be incorporated into future digital versions of the map containing hyperlinks to your corporate websites; to the main website of the map currently within GIT Forestry's web servers; and to a future totally interactive digital version.
Join GIT Forestry as stockholder in this immediate marketing campaign, but falso be part of the future key information resource on Eucalyptus cultivation around the world. We cannot do it with you.
The authors would like to express their gratitude to the following individuals and organisations who have kindly contributed already to the ongoing development of the Global Eucalyptus Map due to their past and present work and subsequent information transfer to the general public, or through direct inputs and expert opinions during the ellaboration stage:
ABTCP - Associação Brasileira Técnica de Celulose e Papel (BRA); ABRAF - Associação Brasileira de Produtores de Florestas Plantadas (BRA); ACIAR - Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research (AUS); Almeida, Auro (AUS); Aslan, Mustafa (TUR); Ball, James (FAO); Balmelli, Gustavo (UY); Barr, Christopher (IND); Battaglia, Michael (AUS); Beadle, Chris (AUS); Brown, Alan (AUS); BRS - Bureau of Rural Sciences, Government of Australia (AUS); CIFOR - Center For International Forestry Research (IND); Carle, James (FAO); Carrero, Omar (VEN); Collopy, John (AUS); CSIRO - Commonwealth Scientific & Industrial Research Organization (AUS); Del Lungo, Alberto (FAO); EUCAGEN - International Eucalyptus Genome Consortium (RSA); Evans, Julian (UK); Flynn, Robert (USA); FAO - Department of Forestry, Food and Agriculture - Organization of the United Nations (ITA); Foelkel, Celso (BRA); Forrester, David (AUS); Hansen, Jan (NZ); Harwood, Chris (AUS); Henson, Michael (AUS); INFOR - Instituto Forestal (CL); INTA - Instituto Nacional de Tecnología Agropecuaria de la República Argentina (ARG); Ipinza, Roberto (CL); Koch, Nicholas (USA); Lindgren, Dal (SWE); Llorente, Ricardo (SPA); Malca, Óscar (PER); Maxwell, Brandt (USA); McDonald, Maurice (AUS); MGAP - Dirección General Forestal del Ministerio de Ganadería, Agricultura y Pesca de la República Oriental del Uruguay (UY); Midgley, Stephen (AUS); Monreal, Saúl (MEX); Morris, Jim (AUS); Mughini, Giovanni (ITA); Myburg, Zander (RSA); Naing Oo, Thaung (MYA); Neilsen, Dennis (NZ); Picos, Juan (SPA); Potts, Bradley (AUS); Pou, Rosario (UY); Purse, John (UK); Rockwood, Donald (USA); SAGPyA - Secretaría de Agricultura, Ganadería, Pesca y Alimentos de la República Argentina (ARG); Sánchez-Acosta, Martín (ARG); Saporito, Luciano (ITA); Silva, R. (FAO); Stackpole, Desmond (AUS); Tomé, Margarida (POR); Toval, Gabriel (SPA); Turnbull, John (AUS); van den Bos, Arno (NL); Varghese, Mohan (IN); von Gadow, Klaus (GER); Wang, Huoran (CN); Wei, Run-Peng (HK); Whiteman, Adrian (FAO); Wilcox, Michael (NZ); Wilstermann, Dennis (GER) ... and more!
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