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Sterling, VA - On 4 May, the Loudoun County Economic Development Authority awarded Qore Performance a $25,000 grant as runners up in the inaugural Loudoun Innovation Challenge. From an initial pool of 71 applicants, the Loudoun County Economic Development Authority selected Qore Performance as one of eight finalists. The final phase of the competition included a presentation to the Innovation Challenge board.
In their presentation, Qore Performance highlighted their IceAge Ecosystem, a holistic answer to eliminate environmental constraints on performance in humans and technology. Key components of the system are the IcePlate Curve, a freezable water bottle in the ergonomic shape of an ESAPI plate; IceVents, hydrophobic vented pads; ICE (IcePlate Carrier Exoskeleton), a plate carrier that natively integrates the IceAge Ecosystem in an industry-leading lightweight design; and IceCase, a durable, lightweight cooling and heating solution for using Apple’s iPad in extreme heat or cold conditions.
Qore Performance also highlighted their ties to Loudoun County, Virginia, after recently establishing their headquarters in Sterling. The new headquarters in Sterling is opening soon to the public as conditions and local policies allow. It will be an interactive showroom where visitors will get to experience the physiological benefits of the IceAge Ecosystem in person.
Other finalists in the Innovation Challenge included companies focused on medical technology and AI solutions for businesses. Qore Performance is dedicated to supporting American prosperity and American security with high quality products designed and made in the USA and is currently hiring for a number of positions.