Conferencing activity translates to environmental contribution
Glendale, CA. April 22, 2010 — Thursday is Earth Day, and FreeConference.com is doing their part to go Green. Many companies already take advantage of conferencing services to reduce their carbon footprint, allowing them to conduct business effectively and efficiently, while keeping aware of environmental impact.
Now FreeConference is taking it a step further: FreeConference will contribute enough money to the Arbor Day Foundation to plant 1,000 trees, assisting their efforts to fund tree planting where new trees are desperately needed.
“Conference calling is the greenest way for people to meet and collaborate productively, whether one–on–one, or with up to 150 participants around the world,” says Ken Ford, CEO of Global Conference Partners, FreeConference’s parent company. “All kinds of businesses and government agencies are seeking ways to minimize the CO2 emissions associated with frequent travel by car or plane, and conferencing is the perfect solution. Besides obvious benefits to the environment, conference calling is the quickest and most effectual method of exchanging information and ideas.”
Teleconferencing is becoming increasingly popular among successful companies seeking creative ways to increase productivity, as a rewarding way to accommodate the work–life balance of valuable employees.
About Global Conference Partners
Global Conference Partners™ (GCP) is changing the way the world connects. GCP has continuously advanced new technology solutions to bring more convenient, reliable and simple conferencing services to enterprises and organizations that want top-tier quality and reliability at little or no cost. Flagship services www.freeconference.com and www.globalconference.com provide simple, convenient, reliable conferencing solutions to enterprise and organizations. Go to www.globalconferencepartners.com for more information.