Shelby TWP, MI, November 22, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Sterling Heights, Mich.-based energy/utility management firm invited to feature event for Global Entrepreneurship Week/USA.
EnerWatch SystemsTM today announced that it was invited as an adoptee of Lawrence Technological University to participate in “Michigan Emerging” — a featured event of global Entrepreneurship Week/USA.
Michigan Emerging is a conference designed to promote and connect innovators and entrepreneurs and the support system that exists only in Michigan. The event featured keynote messages, as well as breakout sessions that focused on the top emerging sectors for 2011 and the day finished with an awards ceremony recognizing and celebrating individuals and companies that are leading the charge and succeeding.
Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), is an initiative to inspire others to embrace innovation, imagination and creativity. Across the globe people young and old joined together at local, national and global activities developed to “unleash ideas.” During the week of November 15-21, over 30,000 events took place across the nation to celebrate the entrepreneurial spirit — Michigan Emerging was the only featured event in Michigan.
“EnerWatch Systems is pleased to be part of the Michigan Emerging program,” said Dominic Pizzo, founder and president. “We believe that we can not only help other businesses with our entrepreneurial expertise, but also take advantage of new, emerging, Michigan businesses with advanced technologies that have high projected growth.
About EnerWatch Systems
EnerWatch Systems is an industry leader in real-time, web-based energy management/monitoring and visualization that enables building managers to reduce energy costs. The company institutes a remote proprietary monitoring system that gauges utility usage, temperature, humidity, air quality and more of commercial and residential properties. Headquartered in Sterling Heights, Mich., EnerWatch Systems also maintains offices in Sarasota, Fla., and Europe. For more information, visit www.enerwatchsystems.com, or call 866.442.4703.