Addressing Terrorism and World Peace

By: Christine Nelson

Minnesota-based Global Commerce & Communication today announced a worldwide competition for new ideas. This competition titled "New ideas--Gateway to the future," is expected to stimulate the innovators and citizens of the world to generate new ideas in three areas: new technology ideas, new product and service ideas, and new ideas to address global issues such as human rights, civil rights, racism, sexism, hunger, disease, terrorism, and world peace.

"This global competition will be the first of its kind in the world. It provides a challenging opportunity for the global community to contribute to scientific and technological progress as well as to develop innovative ideas for addressing critical global issues," said spokesperson Neil Armand.

"We hope this global competition will raise awareness and stimulate new visions for the future of our world," he added.

The top three ideas will be prominently featured on NewIdeaTrade.com, an online division of Global Commerce & Communication that connects innovators, investors, and marketers. In addition, the winning ideas will be listed on NewIdeaTrade.com database in an effort to attract investors for the winners of the competition.

Competition entries must be received by October 30, 2003. The winners will be announced on December 30, 2003. Judging criteria for new technology ideas and new product/service ideas are Potential for Commercialization, Creativity, and Quality of Presentation. Judging criteria for ideas addressing global issues are Applicability and Usefulness, Creativity, and Quality of Presentation. Entry form and additional information about the competition are available at http://www.newideatrade.com/inventions.htm

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