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GlobeeCom International Inc. Implements Itself in Europe Through a Master Distribution Agreement with the French Company Inersis

GlobeeCom International Inc. Implements Itself in Europe Through a Master Distribution Agreement with the French Company Inersis

TROIS-RIVIERES, Quebec, June 14 /PRNewswire/ -- GlobeeCom International Inc. (TSX Venture: GBC) is proud to announce the conclusion of a master distribution agreement with the French company Inersis.

Inersis is a company specializing in computer networking, telecommunications, integration and skills. The company focuses its know-how mainly on consulting, support, coordination and implementation of solutions for its European clientele. The management team enjoys a very high notoriety in the European telecommunications domain. Its professionalism, its customer approach and follow-up methods set it apart from the competition. Additionally, Inersis has long-standing decision-making relationships with many of its clients, which accounts for its ongoing success.

The present agreement stipulates that through its distribution network in France, Belgium and French-speaking Africa, Inersis will be able to promote market, integrate and support the technological solutions made available by GlobeeCom, including GlobeMeeting(R), service suppliers and commercial clients. This territorial agreement could generate a recurrent income of some 2 million Euros for GlobeeCom International over the coming three years, breaking down into 500 000 Euros in the first year and 780 000 Euros in each of the two subsequent years.

Erick Caron, President and CEO of GlobeeCom International Inc., greeted the news with the following statement: "This new master distribution agreement with Inersis is part of the GlobeeCom growth strategy designed to extend the market reach of its GlobeMeeting(R) technology."

For his part, Daniel Cailloce, Director of Inersis, declared: "The decision to set up a partnership with GlobeeCom is an essential element in our strategic coaching and monitoring approach, associated with the offer of services developed by Inersis. Henceforth, GlobeMeeting(R) will allow us to provide an on-line voice and video communication tool for use over IP networks, where users will be able to meet in real time, exchange ideas, and share information, in a setting that offers all the conventional aspects of a collaborative meeting."

About GlobeeCom

GlobeeCom International Inc. is a company specialized in the development of on-line software solutions. Its mission: to market technological solutions in order to optimize organizational communication logistics over IP networks. Established on both North American and European markets, GlobeeCom is positioning itself as a strategic partner and service provider.

The prospective declarations contained in this release are associated with known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may translate into a significant difference between the results, performance and actual achievements of the Company and the future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by these prospective facts.

The TSX Venture Exchange Inc. accepts no liability as to the relevance or accuracy of the present press release.

GlobeeCom International Inc.

For further information: Mr. Erick Caron, President and CEO, GlobeeCom International Inc., +1-819-374-0030, www.globeecom.com; Mr. Daniel Cailloce, Director, INERSIS, +33-43-79-12-04, www.inersis.fr; Mr. Clement C, Gagnon, CGE Communication Group, +1-514-987-1455, www.cgecom.com

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