The largest subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation which works in 66 countries with 133 offices across the globe, SCOA is a pioneer in the fields of infrastructure, transportation, metal products, energy, and more
March 06, 2020. By News Bureau
Greentown Labs has announced Sumitomo Corporation of Americas (SCOA) as its latest Gigawatt-level Partner. The largest subsidiary of Sumitomo Corporation which works in 66 countries with 133 offices across the globe, SCOA is a pioneer in the fields of infrastructure, transportation, metal products, energy, and more.
As Sumitomo Corporation enters into its second century, it is looking to the future with eyes on innovation and sustainable solutions. Sumitomo Corporation of Americas has made numerous investments in and partnerships with cleantech startups in recent years as part of that mission. Today, the company's extensive portfolio includes CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Sharing, and Electric) related mobility investments as well as wind, solar, and geothermal infrastructure projects.
"We are excited to partner with the Greentown Labs community, which is sure to accelerate our company's cleantech goals," said Jun Okawara, General Manager, Business Development Group at Sumitomo Corporation of Americas. "SCOA brings decades of experience and relationships within a broad range of industries, and we believe this will aid the Greentown community in their proof-of-concept activities and through introductions into various markets. Our hope is to help fuel innovation so that big ideas can become practical, real-life solutions for the future."
Sumitomo Corporation of Americas' business leaders will directly engage with the Greentown startup community via a curated startup pitch day with vetted startups from the region; private sector pitch days that focus on specific business, technological, and innovation trends within emerging technology sectors; office hours with Greentown's resident startups; and more.
"Sumitomo Corporation of Americas has deep expertise in many of the key sectors Greentown Labs' startups are working in which will provide valuable insights and guidance to our entrepreneurs as they iterate and advance their technologies," said Emily Reichert, CEO of Greentown Labs. "We look forward to supporting and fostering many great partnerships among our early-stage companies and Sumitomo Corporation of Americas!"
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