FREDERICK, Md. (PRWEB) October 16, 2017
Quiacle Technology is one of about 100 U.S. companies and organizations heading to Southeast Europe for the U.S. Department of Commerce-led Trade Winds trade mission and business forum October 16-20.
Trade Winds—Southeast Europe features a three-day business forum in Bucharest, Romania, plus optional trade mission stops in Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, and Serbia. At each mission stop, attending companies will meet directly with government leaders, market experts, and pre-vetted potential business partners in the region.
“It is great to see such a strong delegation of companies and organizations targeting Southeast Europe,” said U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Global Markets and Director General of the U.S. and Foreign Commercial Service Erin Walsh. “The companies joining Trade Winds are truly ahead of the business curve, targeting a region that is poised for rapid growth and expansion.”
Quiacle Technology is participating in the business forum in Romania and mission stop(s) in Bulgaria, Romania, and Croatia.
Quiacle Technology and Consulting, Inc. is a managed services provider (MSP), specializing in project management, IT helpdesk support, and the construction of software defined data centers. We provide technical and program management expertise in the areas of Information Technology (IT) Network Design and Configuration, Network Monitoring and Management, Information Security and Privacy, as well as, System Development Lifecycle Management (SLDC) for Information Management Systems. “We do the consulting, the admin, and the technical part, you are not just buying the configuration of a network or computer system. We maintain it and train end-users as well.”
Europe set up a platform for Quiacle to embrace that spirit of collaboration that we believe in, said Rafi Soule, President & CEO. “A leader is somebody who is not afraid to say, ‘I don’t know.’ Let’s come together with different ideas and figure this out. We are grateful for the opportunity given to us to be part of this mission.”
This is the tenth year the Department of Commerce’s U.S. Commercial Service has led Trade Winds, and the program has directly supported more than $240 million in U.S. exports in six global regions.