Osaka, Japan, August 20, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- The world is changing. Globalization is the buzz word of the moment. And nowhere is this globalization more readily obvious than in the virtual worlds such as Second Life.
Globalink is a new company, set up to provide an easy and affordable way for companies large and small to get their presence in this virtual world. They have built an exhibition hall on their island in Second Life where Real Life companies can rent booths to advertise their products and services. www.globalinkjapan.com
Imagine being able to travel the world from your office, bedroom or living room.
Imagine being able talk to people on the other side of the planet, not just hearing their voice like on a telephone but actually seeing an animated version of them in a realistic (or a wild, imaginary non-realistic setting) while you’re talking to them.
Imagine doing business with customers and clients from all corners of the globe, or just hanging out with your friends from Ireland, Japan, Montenegro or New Zealand without leaving your home country.
All this is possible in Second Life.
Second Life is a virtual 3D world on the internet with over 14million subscribers worldwide, where people create “avatars” (characters) and meet, socialize and do business inside an ever-expanding virtual world. Many real life companies (Sony, Toyota, BMW, Reuters to name a few) have a Second Life presence and it’s a fresh and exciting marketing and advertising environment, where you can reach new customers in a radical, cutting edge, and original way.
In the Globalink Island Exhibition Hall there are already companies from England, Norway, Japan, Montenegro and more, advertising and displaying their products and services from travel companies, industrial manufacturers, a cosmetics company, a Japanese tea company and many others.
Globalink provide an easy way to reach new customers in a new environment and network with other businesses and clients. They also have a presentation stage for launching new products in the virtual world.
For more details please visit their web page www.globalinkjapan.com or contact James Bulmer at email@example.com .
Globalink has been working in Second Life since January of 2008, and already has an expanding client base and a popular language school in the virtual world.
For more information please contact:
James Bulmer at firstname.lastname@example.org