The Virginia Economic Development Partnership has selected Cambridge to join a two-year program that offer capital resources intended to help vendors generate sales in the global marketplace.
Cambridge said Friday it aims to meet international growth objectives and implement export plans through the VEDP’s Virginia Leaders in Export Trade program, which offers participants an opportunity to receive services from legal, web design, banking, translation, accounting and freight forwarding professionals.
Kim Harokopus, CEO of Cambridge, said the company seeks to leverage its government project delivery experience and VALET program resources to expand into foreign markets as well as bring additional platforms and services back to the state.
The program currently supports 49 corporate participants.
VEDP chose the Arlington, Va.-based contractor based on a set of qualitative and quantitative criteria.