Freelance Writer and Editor
Since 1993, utilizing her skills as a freelance writer and editor for the magazine market, Grace C. Visconti began her writing career in Toronto ON Canada. Her experience includes feature writing about a broad range of topics for print magazines and other writing associated with her graphic design profession that includes ad, booklet, brochure, poster, direct mail and other promotional copy. Also, editing and proofreading were done on lengthy Technical Manuals, slide shows, brochures, and data sheets for high-end clients of Omnilingua Worldwide (USA) that included the commercial, industrial automotive and high-tech medical sectors respectively. For a more comprehensive look at Ms. Visconti’s overall experience, download her Profile.
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Meat Department Evolves with the Times – Western Grocer, November-December 2015
The article Meat Department Evolves with the Times that was written for Western Grocer focuses on the growing demand for grass-fed, hormone-free, antibiotic-free all natural, organic and ethically raised meat and this is changing the meat departments in most grocery stores in western Canada. The Red River Co-op and Country Grocer are two grocery stores featured in this article, as practical examples of what meats they have available, how they present their meats and the frequent specials offered to customers. An interesting finding is that 75 percent of shoppers highly value an in-store butcher and meat counter.
Mass Megawatts Wind Power provides an environmentally attractive choice for the wind energy investor, Resource World Investment Opportunities and News Magazine, June 2012
This short article investigated the revolutionary wind power technology called the Multi-Axis Turbo system (MAT) by Mass Megawatts Wind Power and why it was an attractive choice for the wind energy investor. MAT was the result of a team effort and used several innovations to reduce the cost of wind power giving the company an edge over conventional wind turbine producers. Large electricity users and utility companies continue to be their biggest purchasers. The options for investors in the renewable energy marketplace are diverse, exciting, and lucrative for green energy.
General Fusion developing revolutionary energy technology, Resource World Investment Opportunities and News Magazine, April 2012
This article is an extensive look at the innovative Vancouver company General Fusion Inc. It describes their proprietary research and development resulting in the process called Acoustic Magnetized Target Fusion. This potentially revolutionary energy technology was first proposed in the 1970s at the US Naval Research Laboratory but proved impossible to realize with the technology of that era. Today’s modern electronics have removed those limitations, and with ingenuity, determination, and support from local and international investors, it will change the way energy is used on a large scale for commercial applications.
MicroPlanet breaks new ground in energy efficiency, integration of renewables, Resource World Investment Opportunities and News Magazine, February 2012
MicroPlanet Technology Corp. is a small company breaking new ground in energy efficiency and integration of renewables with the established power grid. The problems of intermittent energy were resolved by MicroPlanet’s proprietary technology that assisted in regulating voltage. MicroPlanet used advanced algorithms and computing power to create a fast, precise, and efficient voltage regulation technology. MicroPlanet went public on the TSX Venture Exchange in 2006 as part of a reverse merger and has invested over $30 million to date and is patented in the US, the EU, and China.
The Canadian forest products industry will be a lucrative investment choice for the evolving bio-age, Resource World Investment Opportunities and News Magazine, February 2012
This article reveals the huge market potential for the Canadian forest industry in the emerging bio-economy according to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Catherine Cobden, Vice-President, Economics, Forest Products Association of Canada, was interviewed about the innovative Bio-pathways Project which showed that integrating new technologies into existing mills would lead to improved productivity, better environmental performance, and would leverage returns on assets and investments. The market potential for the Canadian forest industry in the bio-economy is enormous.