TechVision21 Featured in Forbes’ tribute to Women Business Leaders in the Nation’s Capitol
Firm recognized for client success in technology policy and innovation
Forbes’ magazine’s June edition features Washington, D.C. women business leaders.
“TechVision21 is delighted to be included in this special edition, said Kelly Carnes, President and CEO of TechVision21. We are celebrating our 12th year of business growth; this feature in Forbes is a great way to mark our company anniversary.”
The innovation strategy firm was most recently recognized in the 2012 Best of Washington Awards in the Business Planning Consultants category.
“Our clients are great innovators, and our mission to is to help them succeed in the Federal marketplace by identifying and securing contracting opportunities and R&D funding, while creating a policy environment that is favorable to their interests,” added Carnes.
The TechVision21 team has decades of experience working with emerging firms and global technology companies to leverage Federal programs and policies to develop, commercialize and sell a wide range of technologies, including renewable energy, automotive, defense, IT and telecommunications. The firm also provides policy and program support to Federal agencies on issues ranging from technology transfer and commercialization to science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and outreach.
“It is still possible to get work done in Washington, D.C. if you’re strategic, willing to work hard, and select the right partner,” said Anita Balachandra, Senior Vice President.
About TechVision21: TechVision21, a Washington DC-based strategy firm, leverages in depth expertise in business, government and technology to help clients identify and secure Federal contracts and R&D funding, and to promote and protect their interests in Washington. TechVision21 also performs think tank quality research and analysis, as well as program and policy support to Federal agencies.