"A Simple, Effective, Achievable" Plan creates a market strategy for eCAMION Inc's entry into Japanese energy storage market

MARKHAM, ON, May 31, 2013 /CNW/ - eCAMION supports winning entry into Manulife: Entry Into Asia Challenge. Team New Horizons selected eCAMION as its small to medium enterprise (SME) and won first prize in the Manulife: Entry Into Asia Challenge. Teams of business students competed to determine which team has the best business case to help an SME expand into Asia. Team New Horizons won the first overall prize and a cash prize of $100,000; the team consisted of Aisha Bukhari, Lak Chinta, Peter Cinat and Aristotle Solomon, students from The Rotman School of Management at the University of Toronto. 

eCAMION was formed in 2009 and is developing Community Energy Storage with a consortium that includes Toronto Hydro and Sustainable Development Technology Canada. We have flexible, scalable and modular battery energy storage systems and we design and manufacture anti idling technologies/auxiliary power solutions. 

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