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MediaMobz Named Multimedia Partner to The Economist’s World Ocean Summit

MediaMobz to enhance digital storytelling around World Ocean Summit. MediaMobz and The Economist are again joining forces to amplify the important conversations emanating from The Economist's second World Ocean Summit to be held in Half Moon Bay, CA on 24, 25 and 26 February 2014.

Feb 22 2014, 1:18pm CST | by

San Mateo, CA, February 22, 2014 --(PR.com)-- MediaMobz announces their selection as Multimedia Partner to World Ocean

Summit hosted by The Economist on 24, 25 and 26 February 2014 at The Ritz Carlton, Half Moon Bay, CA. The second World Ocean Summit will discuss how economic development and ocean conservation can be reconciled. The conference, hosted in association with National Geographic, offers delegates the opportunity to shape debate about governance of the ocean. Where the first World Ocean Summit set the scene, the second, chaired by John Micklethwait, Editor-in-chief, The Economist, will look towards solutions—and the role business can play.

Central to this ideology are two things; governance and sustainability. Good governance is difficult to forge. The sustainable use of our seas is equally essential—and intimately linked to better governance. The challenge now is to design a regime that successfully balances economic development with sustainability.

MediaMobz are dedicated to the health of the ocean, environmental sustainability and actively contribute by lending their expertise and technology to amplify messages supporting these causes through digital storytelling.

“The Economist is delighted to once again be working with MEDIAmobz to capture the discussion and help raise the profile of this important debate,” said Charles Goddard, Editorial Director, Asia Pacific, The Economist Intelligence Unit. “Our second World Ocean Summit will explore in greater depth new sustainability and governance perspectives and how they might be realized.”

“MediaMobz is more than pleased to once again be selected to work with the Economist, World Ocean Summit attendees and fellow sponsors to amplify the message about reconciling ocean conservation and economic development,” said Dave Toole, Founder & CEO, MediaMobz.

The Economist Group is the leading source of analysis on international business and world affairs. We deliver our information through a range of formats, from newspapers and magazines to conferences and electronic services. What ties us together is the objectivity of our opinion, the originality of our insight and our advocacy of economic and political freedom around the world.

MediaMobz enables brands to scale video creation and publishing to drive their business results. Marketing and communication professionals rely on our experienced team and technology to bridge the gap between their digital content strategy and ability to produce content. Clorox, Microdesk, The Economist, and World Bank are just a few of the companies that trust our producers, benefit from our creative content cloud.

Contacts:

Jay Durgan, MediaMobz

+1 (650) 376-0194

jay_durgan@mediamobz.com

Mark Maldonado

+1 (650) 376-0194

mark.maldonado@mediamobz.com

Contact Information:
MediaMobz
Jay Durgan
800 816 7048
Contact via Email
mediamobz.com

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