ROCKVILLE, Md.--April 1, 2013: Andrew Saul, CEO of Genovation Inc., has been selected by the U.S. Department of State's Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP) as a guest speaker for the "Entrepreneurship and Renewable Energy" program to Australia and New Zealand. The three-week speaking tour will begin in early April and cover eight cities.
“I am honored to be discussing entrepreneurship, innovation, sustainability and green initiatives in the global economy with our Australian and New Zealander colleagues”
Mr. Saul will address youth audiences; national, state, and municipal officials; environmental NGOs; entrepreneurs; business leaders; academics; and media about entrepreneurship in renewable energy and climate change through the application of new and innovative technologies.
Genovation is a designer and custom builder of environmentally friendly automobiles.
"I am honored to be discussing entrepreneurship, innovation, sustainability and green initiatives in the global economy with our Australian and New Zealander colleagues," Mr. Saul said. "Our goal at Genovation is to provide safe, sustainable, electric and plug-in hybrid automobiles that do not compromise driving independence."
Mr. Saul will be posting updates throughout the speaking tour; follow him on Twitter @GenovationCars and on facebook @Genovation Cars.
Founded in 2007, Genovation is designing automobiles that combine cutting edge Green Technology with very lightweight and aerodynamic frames and bodies. It is currently developing the G2 model in two versions: a Battery Electric Vehicle (BEV) and a Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicle (PHEV). For more information about Genovation Cars, please visit: Genovation Cars
About the State Department's Bureau of International Information Programs:
The Bureau of International Information Programs (IIP) is the State Department's public diplomacy (PD) communications bureau, leading the Department's support for U.S. Embassy efforts to engage overseas audiences. Where innovation, policy, and public diplomacy intersect, IIP programs engage international audiences in sustained, meaningful conversations on the full spectrum of U.S. policy objectives.