Triatek received a grant from the Atlanta Metro Export Plan (MEP), which is part of the larger Global Cities Initiative, a joint project between the Brookings Institution and JPMorgan Chase to build awareness of the importance of international markets. The MEP focuses on helping companies with innovative export strategies, spurring the development of international business sales and boosting global trade and investment.
Atlanta’s MEP is a collaborative effort between regional civic, business, and political leaders. The MEP applies market intelligence to develop targeted, integrated export-related services and strategies that help a region better connect its companies to global customers, as outlined by individualized export goals.
“The grant is fantastic, but the real value in this process has come from interacting with various agencies and individuals whose purpose is to support exporters,” said Jim Hall, CEO of Triatek. “We are constantly diversifying our export plan, and we are excited to bring our products to more hospitals and laboratories across the globe.”
For more information on the Atlanta MEC, visit: www.AtlantaExportPortal.com.
Triatek has contributed to Metro Atlanta’s global fluency by opening up markets in Brazil, Canada, China, Egypt, Kenya, Kuwait, Mexico, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, and Qatar, among many others.