Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Queen of Green IPO – World’s poor to receive green technologies

Queen of Green IPO has attracted $150bn of investment from green citizens, Global Banks and Fund Managers.  Queen of Green expects to be 7 x over-subscribed in the largest IPO of 2012.

Gill Wallace Hope said “This is a victory for 200 million poor. With these investment funds we will transform the ‘quality of life’ for a generation of orphans, youth and women. I thank all our investors, fans and supporters from around the world for their love and resources”.
Timetable (Subject to change)
  • Queen of Green Prospectus and pricing will be launched January 15th 2012
  • Global Financial Roadshow Jan 16th-19th live from the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi, UAE
  • QOG stock will start trading Jan 20th on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange
  • You can buy and sell QOG stock on Facebook Jan 22nd 2012.

Africa - 54 countries in one huge continent empowering a generation of orphans and widows
India -1,333 green communities for 8 million orphans and caregivers
Africa to receive 2,166 green communities for 13 million orphans and caregivers.

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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