Greenfire attended several conventions this month, each varying in purpose and audience ranging from regional to state and to even national showcases. Each convention was aimed at the development and growth of our company’s capabilities, relationships, and brand recognition. In all, we established relationships with new firms, maintained valuable connections with existing partnered firms, and presented Greenfire as a leading, reputable construction firm throughout the region. As we continually pursue and grow our capabilities, we are pleased with the groundwork our team accomplished at this event.
Reservation Economic Summit
For the fourth consecutive year, Greenfire exhibited under the Potawatomi Business Development Corporation (PBDC) umbrella of subsidiaries at the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development (NCAIED) 2023 Reservation Economic Summit (RES) in Las Vegas, NV. The mission for NCAIED is to provide economic opportunity for Indian Country and its entrepreneurs. RES is one of the primary ways in which NCAIED lives up to the mission – where all services and expertise are brought together for one week to build bridges of economic power with other tribal enterprises and corporate partners.
PBEDC was among the 200+ exhibitors at the trade show. Together with Greenfire, Data Holdings, PBDC Federal Group, Fireside, and Sagewind, our booth was able to connect with 4,000+ attendees and showcase the PBDC tree of offerings. To best present all of our services, PBDC had representatives from all subsidiaries on the floor and crafted a custom-built, 400 SF booth, delivering an exceptional impact on the trade show floor.
RES 2023 was an effective way to further the Greenfire brand under the PBDC tree across the nation and Indian Country. We thank Pepi Randolph, VP of Business Development, Kyle Widenski, Marketing Manager, and Michael Moe, Business Development Coordinator, for representing Greenfire at this national event.
AIA Wisconsin and Wausau Business Expo
Greenfire exhibited at the American Institute of Architects (AIA) Architecture Expo which was held at the Resch Center in Green Bay. This was our second year attending the two-day event which brings together design and engineering firms across the state along with the region’s leading supply vendors to discuss current practices, climate, and trends.
We also attended the Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce Business Expo in Rothschild. This was our sixth year attending the networking event that focuses on pairing local businesses in the Wausau region with the Chamber and other economic development representatives.
We would like to thank Pepi Randolph, VP of Business Development, Simmi Urbanek, Director of Marketing, Maureen Carlson, Regional Business Development Manager, and Michael Moe, Business Development Coordination, for connecting with attendees at each of the conventions to extend our brand as a resource for commercial and public construction.