Ingenuity IEQ attends 2014 National Small Business Engagement Conference
December 9, 2014
(Midland, MI) — Today, Michael T. Fox, President and CEO of Ingenuity IEQ is attending the 2014 National Veteran’s Small Business Engagement Conference taking place today through Thursday at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
The Department of Veterans Affairs’ National Veterans Small Business Conference is the Secretary’s premier annual event for Veterans to network, learn, and grow their businesses. This annual conference attracts thousands of veteran owned small businesses and procurement decision makers (PDM) dedicated to helping Veteran-owned businesses develop opportunities and relationships with federal agencies, commercial corporations, and prime contractors.
The goal of this conference is ACCESS for Veteran-owned businesses to connect directly with government procurement decision makers and business partners. Additionally, the conference includes customized matchmaking, educational learning sessions, extensive networking and an active expo.
Based in Midland, Michigan, Ingenuity IEQ is a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned small business (SDVOSB) with over twenty five years of experience in Indoor Environmental Quality(IEQ). Ingenuity IEQ has designed, constructed, maintained and serviced a variety of government projects in the Midwest and as a result has achieved exceptional contractor performance ratings and repeat business.
We’ve proudly served a variety of government agencies including: The United States Department of Veterans Affairs, The U.S. Army’s Dugway Proving Ground, The United States Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC), etc.
Ingenuity IEQ strives to be the premier indoor environmental quality solutions partner with the government offering a suite of the best available technologies to improve indoor environmental quality by optimizing airflow and air quality, minimizing microbial contamination and precisely monitoring indoor environments to lower energy costs and risk of infection, as well as enhance building occupant’s comfort and safety.