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Brewer Science Recognized As Outstanding Exporter


Brewer Science, Inc., in developing and manufacturing next-generation materials and processes for the microelectronics and optoelectronics industries was recognized by NASBITE International as an Outstanding Exporter during its recent National Small Business Exporter Summit. Brewer Science was selected for its demonstrated excellence in export growth and innovative approaches to international marketing.

“During a year when the export business faced significant pandemic-related challenges, Brewer Science grew, opened new markets, and created jobs, providing economic growth despite these headwinds,” said Jackie Rasmussen, CGBP, president of NASBITE International. “As the leading supporter of education in the industry, we at NASBITE celebrate the success of Brewer Science and their willingness to share their hard-earned knowledge during our recent National Exporter Summit.”

“We are honored to be recognized as a returning NASBITE Outstanding Exporter,” said Doyle Edwards, Director of Government Programs at Brewer Science. “It's a testament to the vision, hard work, and dedication of our team at Brewer Science. We're proud of what we've accomplished together as we continue navigating the unanticipated challenges this dynamic global environment presents.”

NASBITE International created these awards, along with the National Small Business Exporter Summit, to bring together top small business exporters, trade professionals, and trade assistance providers from across the country to connect and to share best practices and lessons learned. Companies are nominated as honorees for the National Small Business Exporter Summit by state-level District Export Councils and leading trade assistance organizations and associations from across the country. These companies have demonstrated exceptional export growth and an innovative approach to international marketing as part of their core business operations.

Awards and acknowledgments, such as the Outstanding Exporter recognition, demonstrate Brewer Science's continued commitment to excellence and making the company and community better.

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