News - February 15, 2022
BIOGEST is nominated for the US-A-BIZ AWARD 2022
Austrian Trade Commission Los Angeles awards prizes to Austrian companies for special successes in the US market parallel to the Oscars
BIOGEST is nominated in the category “GROWTH”
Winners will be announced March 25th in Santa Monica
Los Angeles / Vienna: BIOGEST is nominated for the US-A-BIZ Award 2022 in the category “growth”. The so-called “WirtschaftsOskar” awards top performances by Austrian companies on the US market by the Austrian Trade Commission. “We are overwhelmed by the positive response that our business development in US has received. I am therefore particularly proud that our innovative technology has found so much international acceptance and that our export strategy was the right one.”, says Martin Schlerka, CEO and Managing Partner of BIOGEST.
In the US - the largest and most competitive market in the world - innovation, marketing, strategy, networking, and responsiveness are key. The Foreign Trade Center Los Angeles of the Austrian Chamber of Commerce (WKÖ) is presenting the US-A-Biz Awards for its eleventh year, the business Oscar for outstanding performance by domestic companies on the US market. The winners of the US-A-Biz-Award 2022 are traditionally announced on the eve of Oscar night - March 25 - by the Austrian Trade Commission LA at a gala award ceremony at the Red Bull High Performance Center in Santa Monica, California.
BIOGEST is a pioneer brand offering full-service biomethane and biogas plant solutions worldwide and is headquartered in Vienna, Austria. After more than 30 years of experience, BIOGEST completed 170+ projects by holding an active key player role in over 20 countries. The tried and tested BIOGEST technology is created to customize green gas projects from strategic planning to co-investment, construction, operation, maintenance, and management of plants. BIOGEST engages in converting organic waste into clean and renewable energy in order to combat the rise in waste production and satisfy the growing energy demand.