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Synkera Technologies Inc. is excited to announce that it has been selected as one of the 2011 Colorado Companies to Watch. This award acknowledges the hard work, dedication, and contribution of Synkera as a growing company in the state of Colorado.

Synkera Selected for 2011 Colorado Companies to Watch

Longmont, CO | Posted on July 30th, 2011

"Synkera is honored to have been recognized by the State of Colorado as one of the rapidly growing companies contributing to the state's growth. This award was made possible by our great Synkera team, our customers and our partners. We are excited about our future prospects and look forward to continued success," says Stephen Williams, President and CTO, Synkera Technologies.

"We are pleased to recognize Synkera for their outstanding contribution to fueling the economic fire of our wonderful state. Thank you Synkera," says Stephanie Steffens, Colorado Companies to Watch program director.

Colorado Companies to Watch is different from other awards programs. Because the program focuses on our entire state, and not specific industries, it provides an opportunity to paint a realistic picture of a true statewide economy. Since applicants are evaluated on more than growth, it widens the playing field to companies not often recognized for the critical differences they make in their industry, community, region and our state.

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About Synkera Technologies Inc.
Synkera Technologies was formed in 2003 to develop, manufacture, and market innovative yet practical devices based on a combination of nanotechnology and advanced materials science. The company is focused on chemical sensors, ceramic membrane and ceramic MEMS devices which serve the environmental health and safety, bio and life science and gas separation markets. For more information on Synkera visit www.synkera.com.

About Colorado Companies to Watch

Colorado Companies to Watch (www.Colorado.CompaniestoWatch.org) is a unique statewide awards program recognizing growing companies that fuel the economic fire of the state. Colorado Companies to Watch honors companies that develop valuable products and services, create quality jobs, enrich communities and create new industries throughout Colorado. The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade launched the program in 2009 in conjunction with the Edward Lowe Foundation, and valuable community partners from across Colorado.

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Debra Deininger of Synkera Technologies Inc., +1-720-494-8401,

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