CameronWeeks Represents Trans Pecos/El Paso Regional Center of Innovation and Commercialization

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CameronWeeks Public Relations has been chosen by the Trans Pecos/El Paso Regional Center of Innovation and Commercialization (TPEP RCIC) as its public relations agency of record.

CameronWeeks Public Relations, the only PR firm to offer 100 percent senior-level representation for complex technologies and industries, today announced that the Trans Pecos/El Paso Regional Center of Innovation and Commercialization (TPEP RCIC) has selected the firm as its public relations agency of record. CameronWeeks will launch TPEP RCIC as the organization focused on building and supporting entrepreneurial relationships on both sides of the U.S./Mexico border while fostering economic development in the El Paso region.

Based in El Paso, Texas, TPEP RCIC has been tasked by agencies such as the Texas Emerging Technologies Fund (ETF) and Camino Real Angels to provide due diligence prior to funding by the ETF and private capital sources. After initial funding is obtained, TPEP RCIC continues to monitor the business and financial strengths of funded companies and to assist them in raising additional capital. TPEP RCIC's team of specialists boasts backgrounds in engineering, intellectual property law, alternative energy, start-ups and incubators, finance and economic development. Utilizing this unique blend of specialized skills in evaluating entrepreneurs reduces risk to fledgling business by preparing them before approaching venture capitalists and funding entities, and also reduces risk to investors by presenting highly qualified, researched and thoroughly evaluated candidates.

"The TransPecos/El Paso region is fast becoming a hotbed of entrepreneurial activity," states Ebetuel Pallares, Executive Director, Trans Pecos/El Paso Regional Center of Innovation and Commercialization. "The TPEP RCIC is the 'go-to' organization to help bridge the gaps that inhibit entrepreneurial growth in the region, and we cannot think of a better agency than CameronWeeks to help us get the word out to entrepreneurs and potential investors alike."

"TPEP RCIC's audience is comprised of such a diverse mix of entrepreneurs, engineers, universities and incubators that engage in tech transfer, larger corporate entities in both the United States and Mexico, as well as venture capitalists, angels and other private funding entities," said Patti D. Hill, CEO, CameronWeeks Public Relations. "We are working with TPEP RCIC to demonstrate their skills and services to those in the commercial, financial and entrepreneurial sectors with an interest in taking advantage of the technological and industrial resources offered by the burgeoning technopolis in the El Paso region."

CameronWeeks PR Strategist Cindy Tincher leads the TPEP RCIC account.

About CameronWeeks Public Relations
CameronWeeks Public Relations is the only firm that provides 100% senior-level public relations representation for complex technologies and industries. Combining a sophisticated understanding of business issues and with proven public relations practices, CameronWeeks' elite PR practitioners capably develop strategies and campaigns and implement tactics for emerging, established, and rapidly expanding organizations throughout the world. As a non sector-specific agency, CameronWeeks is the premium PR agency for an array of complex technologies and industries, including biotechnology, finance, economic development, IT, nanotechnology, and software. For more information, visit:

About The Trans Pecos/El Paso Regional Center of Innovation and Commercialization
Established in 2007, the Trans Pecos/El Paso Regional Center of Innovation and Commercialization (TPEP RCIC), a Texas non-profit, serves as a catalyst for economic development. TPEP RCIC acts as a "cashless venture capital organization" and assists business in meeting the requirements to seek funding by the Texas Emerging Technologies Fund and / or private capital sources.

TPEP RCIC's in-depth investigative, research and evaluation processes culminate in the presentation of highly qualified candidates to venture capitalists and private funding entities resulting in a verifiable, consistent track record of reduced risks for investors and good rate of returns on investment, which has earned them the respect from the funding community in a relatively short period of time. In addition, the agency excels in facilitating the transfer of technology from universities and national labs into the commercial sector.

The TPEP RCIC is comprised of qualified specialists and network of partners from the Trans Pecos/El Paso region who possess a unique blend of experience in high technology, start-up operations, economic development, venture funding, and globalization. They also have connections with financial institutions and the financial community at-large, which offers a deeper understanding of the requirements posed by funding entities and provides connections with capital resources. For more information, please visit:


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