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Leadership Directories Launches Contact Database of Global Energy Leaders

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 11/28/12 -- (Leadership Directories, Inc.) - Leadership Directories (LDI) today launches Leadership Energy Focus, a contact database designed to connect sales teams, government affairs professionals, industry executives, researchers, reporters, and knowledge managers with the top tier of U.S. and global energy decision-makers.

Over the last twelve months, Leadership Directories' expert researchers developed a comprehensive database of the major energy industry organizations and their executives and board members. This one-of-a-kind online information tool is now updated daily with current contact and biographical information on the key executives working in:

  • Non-renewable energy providers, covering fossil fuel exploration, refining, and distribution
  • Alternative energy companies in the fields of biomass, hydro, wind, and solar
  • Utilities and power companies
  • Government bodies throughout the globe responsible for overseeing, regulating and legislating within their respective countries
  • Non profit alliances, consortia and associations
  • Energy research institutes, academic institutions, NGO's and private organizations specializing in energy and environmental issues

"We developed this innovative database to fill a major gap in the marketplace. It brings together profile and contact information on the most important leaders across energy sectors in one powerful online tool," says Gretchen Teichgraeber, Leadership Directories' Chief Executive Officer. "Whether you are involved in US or international energy policy and legislation, need to reach executives driving alternative energy technology advances, or want to identify potential partners within or across energy sectors, Leadership Energy Focus will be an invaluable information resource."

Leadership Energy Focus' intuitive search engine allows subscribers to quickly access profiles for energy leaders based on title, job function, area of expertise, legislative or regulatory area, organization type, geographic region, and other criteria.

Subscribers can download custom lists of contacts, and set up alerts to be notified when changes to specific people or organizations occur. In addition, this product includes colorful visual displays of organizational relationships, allowing users to view global networks linked through governing bodies, coalition partnerships, association memberships, affiliation with research institutes, etc.

All contact information (addresses, emails, direct-dial telephone and fax numbers), career and education histories, and areas of expertise in Leadership Energy Focus are verified and updated by Leadership Directories content editors.

Leadership Energy Focus content is also available through mobile devices, and technical support is free.

For details and subscription information about Leadership Energy Focus please visit: http://www.leadershipdirectories.com/energy

About Leadership Directories, Inc.
For over 40 years, Leadership Directories (LDI) has specialized in providing verified, accurate contact and biographical information for leadership in the U.S. With editorial offices in New York City and Washington, D.C., Leadership Directories is dedicated to providing high quality, accurate and up-to-date information on the key leaders in government, business, legal, media, energy, healthcare and nonprofit organizations in the United States. Every item of information in our database has been verified at the source. Leadership Directories content is available online, as data feeds, as lists, on demand, in print, or as custom solutions.

For more information about Leadership Directories visit www.leadershipdirectories.com or contact:

Matthew Brown
Assistant Vice President, Marketing
Leadership Directories, Inc.
Main: 212-627-4140
Fax: 212-645-0931
Email Contact
www.leadershipdirectories.com

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