Cambridge Selected to Participate in Virginia’s VALET Program

Cambridge has been accepted by the Virginia Economic Development Partnership (VEDP) into its two-year Virginia Leaders in Export Trade (VALET) program. The VALET program will help Cambridge meet our international growth goals and execute our export plans by providing access to private sector international service providers including attorneys, web designers, bankers, translators, accountants, and freight forwarders.

“Cambridge is excited about the growth and new opportunities our participation in the VALET program will bring. We currently have a trusted reputation from U.S. Government international project delivery, and we look forward to leveraging that along with the resources provided by the VALET program to continue our growth and diversification in international markets and to bring additional capabilities and services back to the Commonwealth,” said Cambridge CEO, Dr. Kim Harokopus.

The Commonwealth of Virginia exports more than $35 billion in goods and services annually. Exports of Virginia’s products and services to the world are vital to the growth of the Commonwealth; therefore, VEDP offers numerous programs to assist Virginia companies with selling into the global marketplace and has a network of international market research consultants covering more than 70 countries around the globe. Currently, the VALET program has 49 corporate participants. To participate, Cambridge met both quantitative and qualitative selection criteria and was chosen based on our dedication to growing export sales.

You can read more about the VALET program on the VEDP website.

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