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BioTek Takes Part in White House "Win the Future" Roundtable Discussions
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BioTek Takes Part in White House "Win the Future" Roundtable Discussions

BioTek Takes Part in White House "Win the Future" Roundtable Discussions
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BioTek Takes Part in White House "Win the Future" Roundtable Discussions


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BioTek Instruments has welcomed the Vermont Chamber of Commerce and White House Business Council on Wednesday, August 24, 2011, as part of the White House Administration's "Win the Future" roundtable discussions.

The meeting featured some of Vermont's top businesses, local Chamber of Commerce officials and Administration officials Martha Johnson, Administrator of the U.S. General Services Administration and Robert Zarnetske, Regional Administrator.

This provided an outlet for the business leaders and Administration officials to share their thoughts on growing the economy, developing technologies and innovations and ultimately creating jobs.

As a privately-held company, BioTek continually invests in new microplate technologies used to help identify, cure and prevent diseases and disorders, improve food quality and yields, and develop alternate fuel sources and other research in diverse markets. They also invest in employee continuing education, infrastructure, and the local Vermont community.

Referencing this strategy during the roundtable discussions, BioTek Vice President Adam Alpert noted, "If we, as a people, can adopt a strategic vision where policy is dictated by the priority to preserve the USA as the world's beacon for innovation, our future can be very bright indeed."

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