Quimera Energy Efficiency becomes a 2019 Export Champion

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Quimera Energy Efficiency (QEE) is honored to be named a 2019 Export Champion by the UK government’s Department for International Trade (DIT).

DIT launched its Export Strategy in August 2018, with the objective of increasing the value of GDP through exports from 30% to 35%. An important part of the strategy is designed to ‘Encourage’ peer-to-peer support creating a community of Export Champions with the aim of sharing their knowledge and experience of developing business overseas with other UK companies, so helping them to grow by developing their own international sales.

Export Champions are companies that have successfully sold overseas and are prepared to encourage others to consider growing their business through exporting.

QEE is a London-based company founded in 2015 and is a Global leader in the field of Energy Efficiency. The company delivers it’s IoT and Smart Building solutions to clients at zero cost as it optimizes a building’s energy consumption so reducing our client’s costs and emissions. This successful, performance based business model has allowed QEE to service markets including China, India, America and the Middle East.

John Chambers, Business Development Director at Quimera Energy Efficiency said:

We are pleased to be recognized by the UK Government’s Department for Trade and join this community of Export Champions assisting the UK to succeed. This pays tribute to the achievements of the whole QEE team to expand into the world’s biggest markets. We look forward to sharing our knowledge and experience to support other UK companies accomplish their own export objectives and develop valuable relationships around the World.”

International Trade Secretary and President of the Board of Trade Dr Liam Fox MP said:

“The Export Champion Community is an important initiative and its members will play a vital role in creating the culture of exporting that my international economic department is building in Britain. By raising the profile of exporters in this way, we will help to normalize exporting across the country, expanding horizons, removing barriers to market access and facilitating expansion here in the UK. Supported by a community of the UK’s leading exporters, I am confident that our businesses will continue to grow their exports in the months and years ahead.”

Minister for Trade and Export Promotion Baroness Fairhead added:

“A key part of DIT’s role is to help UK businesses to export. That is why our Export Strategy is unapologetically business-led. So today, I am delighted to help launch this Export Champions program which was created in response to business demands for a peer-to-peer means of finding information, advice and inspiration. It will allow companies to seek support from ‘those who look like them.”

For more information visit: https://www.great.gov.uk 

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About the Department for International Trade

The Department for International Trade (DIT) helps businesses export, drives inward and outward investment, negotiates market access and trade deals, and champions free trade. DIT is an international economic department, responsible for supporting and encouraging UK businesses to drive sustainable international growth, ensuring the UK remains a leading destination for international investment and maintains its number one position for international investment stock in Europe, opening markets, building a trade framework with new and existing partners which is free and fair, using trade and investment to underpin the government’s agenda for a Global Britain and its ambitions for prosperity, stability and security worldwide.

About Quimera Energy Efficiency:

Quimera Energy Efficiency (www.quimeraee.com) is an international company based in London, UK. QEE adopts a retro commissioning approach to energy efficiency, focusing on generating energy savings and minimizing emissions by optimizing the energy consumption of the property by implementing IoT and Smart Building solutions under performance-based scheme with no cost to the client.

QEE’s proven methodology in reducing energy consumption has been recognized by the leading brands of the global hospitality industry. QEE now operates in Europe, the United Arab Emirates, India, the Caribbean, and the United States as well as China.

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