A Colorado Springs company will receive an export development grant from the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.
Conceal Fab Corp., listed as a homeland security industry, was one of 13 small businesses to receive the grant. Conceal Fab manufactures radio frequency transparent structures designed to meet building codes and hide antennas for both aesthetic and security purposes.
The additional money will allow the company to expand products and service exports to new global markets. During the four rounds it’s been offered, the grants have helped companies sustain business through exports. During the past four years, the state agency has awarded a total of $54,894 to eligible Colorado companies. Partial funding came from a grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
To qualify, applicants were required to demonstrate their ability to export products, present a clear and attainable project aimed at achieving sales in a new market and show how the use of the money would lead to job creation and retention.
Other companies that received the grants:
- Aircraft Technical Book Company, Tabernash,
- Boo Bicycles, Fort Collins
- ConcealFab Corp.
- CO2Nexus, Denver
- eSoft, Broomfield
- Freenotes Harmony Park, Durango
- Front Range Foods, Superior
- Kinderlift of Colorado, Denver
- Montanya Distillers, Crested Butte
- Playtime, Englewood
- Powderhorn Creek Ranch, Powderhorn
- Pure Colors, Centennial
- Venture Snowboards, Silverton