Four Colorado cleantech companies will showcase their products and services at The Green Expo®2016, the largest international cleantech trade show in Mexico and Latin America, this week in partnership with the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) through the State Trade Expansion Program (STEP).
“Colorado businesses are identifying growth opportunities by expanding into markets around the globe,” said Michelle Hadwiger, Deputy Director of OEDIT. “As part of our data-driven strategy, we have identified target export markets and leading trade shows like The Green Expo® for Colorado’s companies to exhibit at.”
Boulder Environmental Science and Technology (BEST) of Boulder, Colorado Clean ASW LLC of Palisade, eGauge Systems LLC of Boulder and Qualtek Manufacturing of Colorado Springs are attending the expo in Mexico City, Oct. 26-28, with the goal of expanding their sales in the Mexican and Latin American markets. OEDIT has coordinate several one-on-one business meetings for the companies while in Mexico City.
The Green Expo® features the latest products, trends and innovations from the cleantech industry. The Green Expo 2015 had more than 10,000 attendees, 240 exhibiting companies, and 33 visiting countries.
ABOUT THE GREEN EXPO
The Green Expo® is the leading exhibition and congress where solutions and new technologies presented by ecological and sustainable companies to the public and private sectors, who are looking for up to date products and services, thus creating a profitable sustainable industry. The technology and solutions presented by companies in the environmental, renewable energy, water and green housing are generating economic benefits and are setting the standards for the future in Mexico. For more information about The Green Expo® 2016, visit http://thegreenexpo.com.mx/en/
The State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) is a Colorado financial assistance program for aspiring and current Colorado exporters entering into a new international market. The grant program, funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration, supports small and medium-sized business through funds to offset international business development and marketing costs. For more information about the STEP program, visit www.choosecolorado.com.