ACT I Approved for Virginia’s Global Defense Program; Michael Niggel Comments

Michael Niggel

The Virginia Economic Development Partnership has accepted Advanced Concepts and Technologies International into a one-year program that seeks to help aerospace and defense companies identify international market opportunities.

ACT I said Tuesday it received Global Defense Program status after the company met VEDP’s quantitative and qualitative selection criteria.

“Acceptance into this program allows us to leverage and further cultivate our existing Allied partner customer base into new, strategic markets which will aid in achieving our corporate growth goals,” said ACT I CEO Michael Niggel.

VEDP’s international trade consultants work with Virginia-based companies to help them introduce products and services in the global marketplace.

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