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30-Second Pitch: eMap International

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Thursday, February 21st 2013
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In this 30-second pitch, eMap International describes its exceptional customer service for high resolution imagery.

 

30-Second Pitch is a new series that introduces geospatial products and services in a quick to read format. Want to pitch your latest offering? Contact Jane Elliott.

Business: eMap International

Number of Employees: 5

Owner/Lead Executive: Kimberly Nale

Contact:
Phone: 352-682-5650

Location: Aurora, CO

Why are we different: Exceptional customer service combined with technical expertise to assure that the correct products are delivered to you in a timely fashion; and you can utilize these products to their fullest potential.

Recent accomplishments:

  • Iron Man III – high resolution imagery provided
  • Over 200 US and international academic institutions
  • We work with the 3 largest Oil & Gas companies

Want to give us your pitch? Download our template and email it to us.


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