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StratusG CEO Travels to China with Washington Governor Jay Inslee
Date:11/15/2013

SEATTLE, Nov. 15, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Locally owned StratusG LLC announced today, President and CEO, Jary Krauser, has joined Governor Jay Inslee's Washington State Delegation to China. The Delegation's mission is to establish and strengthen business and trading ties between Washington State and Chinese businesses.

StratusG is the only business and technology consulting firm to join the Governor's trade mission to China. President and CEO, Jary Krauser, hopes to leverage StratusG's extensive life sciences experience to bring together local biotechnology, medical device, and pharmaceutical companies interested in doing business with Chinese companies in those same sectors.

About StratusG

StratusG is a business and technology consulting firm with over 20 years of experience with biotechnology, medical device, and pharmaceutical clients. StratusG works with decision makers, managers, and line personnel to optimize core research, development, and commercialization processes, and to define and implement the appropriate supporting information technology solutions. Always innovative, the StratusG team was one of the first consulting service providers to realize the coming impact of cloud computing, and was one of the first U.S. companies to introduce cloud computing in the life sciences sector.

Media Contact: Tom Dancs, Media Relations, StratusG LLC, (206) 351-6675, tdancs@stratusg.com

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