High-Tech Manufacturer’s Premier Spot in the Electronics Manufacturing Marketplace
EEI is poised to continue on this successful trajectory, and has received several prestigious awards. In 2009 it was named National Subcontractor and Region IV Prime Subcontractor of the year by the U.S. Small Business Administration. In 2008 it bagged the Raytheon SAS supplier excellence award, and was named one of the top 75 woman owned businesses by the Tampa Bay Business Journal in 2007. As a leading force, steering success of the organization, Englander has set the target for a 150% growth in gross revenues while doubling the size of its facility. EEI also seeks to expand its engineering services capabilities and box build capabilities to meet the growing needs/requirements of its clientele. Above all, it hopes to expand its training center curriculum and widen its service/focus to a national customer base.
In addition to being a respected regional high-tech manufacturer, and a woman owned and operated business, EEI is also one of FLATE’s strategic partners committed to enhancing technological education/careers in Florida. In 2010, EEI played a pivotal role in facilitating the “all girls” robotics camp in Pinellas County, FL. Englander describes FLATE’s robotics camp and outreach campaign as an effective vehicle in enhancing technology education, and giving students an opportunity to develop a passion for technology.
For more information on EEI contact Sue Englander at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.eeimfg.com. For information on FLATE’s STEM based resources for K-14 students and educators contact Dr. Marilyn Barger at email@example.com, or visit http://www.fla-te.org/.