Denver, Colorado – October 18, 2011
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) announced Tuesday that it had selected 26 small businesses from throughout the state to receive Colorado Export Development Grants (CEDG). Geotech Environmental Equipment, Inc. was among those selected.
To qualify for the CEDG, applicants were required to demonstrate their readiness to export, present a clear and attainable project aimed at achieving sales in a new market, and show how the use of funds would ultimately lead to the retention and/or creation of jobs in Colorado. A record number of companies applied for the grants this year from a variety of industries and locations.
The Office of Economic Development and International Trade hosts programs and services tailored to support business development at every level. Such offerings include business retention, expansion, development and relocation services; business financial assistance and incentive programs; tourism industry marketing and support; creative industries programs and services; international trade exporting and inward investment services; and small business development centers and technical assistance for minority, women-owned and veteran businesses. For more information about their divisions, programs and services, visit www.AdvanceColorado.com.
Geotech, a leading manufacturer of environmental equipment headquartered in Denver, develops, manufactures, distributes, and markets products and services for groundwater monitoring and remediation to over 20,000 clients worldwide since 1978.
For more information contact:
Geotech Environmental Equipment, Inc.
Mickele Bragg, Product Manager
Geotech Home Office in Denver, Colorado