Times of San Diego: World Trade Center San Diego Adds 15 New Local Companies to MetroConnect Program

World Trade Center San Diego has unveiled the sixth cohort of companies selected for MetroConnect, an export development program to help local companies accelerate growth.

Businesses in the group, including Bay Area tech transplant Benchmark Labs, hard kombucha brewer Novo Brazil Brewing and environmental science firm Solecta, represent a cross-section of San Diego’s innovation economy, according to trade center officials.

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