2013 Solar Power International Conference to Feature GreenLancer.com Detroit-based green engineering firm earning industry accolades while dramatically expanding customer base
DETROIT, Oct. 14, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
- GreenLancer.com selected to participate in Start Up Alley, an international collection of promising emerging companies, at the 2013 Solar Power International conference in Chicago.
- Company named a Finalist in the Start Up Alley Challenge
- GreenLancer.com named a semifinalist for the November, 2013 "Accelerate Michigan Innovation" competition with prizes up to $500,000
- Company has experienced 450% spike in new customers since launching its Virtual Engineering Center in June, 2013
Detroit-based GreenLancer.com, a web-based solar energy engineering company, today announced its participation in several upcoming high-profile industry events and competitions.
GreenLancer.com will appear in Start Up Alley (Booth #3650) at the 2013 Solar Power International (October 21-24), an industry event that attracts over 15,000 solar energy experts from 75 countries. As part of the program, GreenLancer.com was selected as a finalist to participate in a business proposal competition judged by a virtual who's-who of the solar industry.
"Solar Power International is a marquee show in the solar industry," said Michael Sharber, chief executive officer of GreenLancer.com. "Beyond the visibility on the show floor, we've already been contacted by representatives from several of the largest solar companies in the world who are interested in discussing our business model, recent growth and potential future opportunities."
On November 12-14, GreenLancer.com will compete in the "Accelerate Michigan Innovation" competition, a high-profile international competition designed to bring together later stage entrepreneurial companies with a strong investor base. Potential new investors track the competition which culminates in multiple prizes ranging from $25,000 to $500,000.
GreenLancer.com recently launched its complete Virtual Engineering Center, the final step in its fully automated "assembly line" platform. Since launching the Phase 1 system in June 2013, GreenLancer sales and revenue have significantly outperformed expectations.
"Launching our comprehensive Virtual Engineering Center has allowed GreenLancer to more fully focus on building our business outreach to customers, investors and potential partners. These upcoming events are exactly the type of activities that allow us to showcase our innovations and engage new audiences," said Sharber.
GreenLancer.com's crowd-sourcing, in-the-cloud approach has enabled the Company to work seamlessly in 33 states and six countries spanning four continents. GreenLancer serves all sectors of the construction industry. For more information, please visit www.greenlancer.com. For a thorough examination of GreenLancer.com's new Virtual Engineering Center functionality, visit http://www.greenlancer.com/how-it-works/.
Patrick Liebler, Liebler Group, email@example.com or 248-229-4418