Saturday, August 6, 2011

Nokia trades 13 million mobile phones for Queen of Green IPO stock

Nokia trades 13 million mobile phones for Queen of Green IPO stock
Nokia trades 13 million mobile phones for $130 m of Queen of Green IPO stock
Nokia MENA has agreed to exchange 13 million mobile phones for $130 million of Queen of Green stock in the September IPO.  The mobile phones will be given to the 13 million orphans in Africa that are collaborating in the Queen of Green Africa program for 2,166 green communities. 
Many Fortune 500 companies are embracing opportunities in the third sector as emerging markets grow.
Nokia MENA and Queen of Green were featured at a Global Supply Chain Conference in Dubai in May 2011 as Supply Chain companies mobilize to implment the Queen of Green's programs in 70 countries.
The Queen of Green IPO will raise $150 bn to invest in 200 million orphans, youth and women. One G20 country has already committed $50 billion. There are $21 trillion funds seeking profitable investments.
The Prospectus and pricing will be published on Sept 5th. 2011.
The first truly Global Financial Roadshow will start on Sept 6th by President Obama live from the White House on and connect 238 Stock Exchanges in 117 countries during the 72- hour event.
Gill Wallace Hope, Director of Queen of Green will be heading the live webcast from Yas Island, Abu Dhabi where youth and students from across the Middle East will participate.  Youth around the world will tell the story of their green projects from their nearest Stock Exchange.
The stock will start trading on Sept 12th 2011 on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and be available to buy and sell on Facebook by Sept 14th  so that both large and small investors have the opportunity to own the Queen of Green stock.

Queen of Green is a global green cooperative brand,a network of green stakeholders from 29 diverse sectors who share a common goal of transforming their world. We unite 29 stakeholder groups to cooperate and collaborate to implement 14 Socialdevelopment Programs that will improve the quality of life for 200 million of the world's poor. Ambassador Hope developed the new Foreign Empowerment Policy for President Obama, Organizing for America and the G20 leaders. Ambassador Hope has developed a Social Investment Portfolio of 14 programs to empower the poor in 70+ countries. She passionately believes in empowering the talent and skills of the poorest of the poor to become green and sustainable. By integrating the development process to ensure energy, food, and health security is combined with education and micro-enterprises for economic security it is possible to mobilize millions of citizens to be the change they want to see in the world.

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