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PB-53-Electrozad-LeadershipChanges-400.jpgJanuary 18, 2022

Electrozad has recently announced the following executive appointments, effective February 1st, 2022.

William C. Smith, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer.
John Jenner, Chief Financial Officer and Chief Operating Officer.
James Taylor, President.

In his new role as Chairman and CEO, William C. Smith will oversee Electrozad’s Executive Team performance and direction, while driving organizational growth and resources in accordance with the company’s strategic plans. Bill will also continue working with the team as a brand ambassador, creating and maintaining relationships with the community, industry leaders, suppliers, and related associations while looking for alliances, mergers, partnerships, and investment opportunities. Smith previously served as the President of the corporation.

In his expanded role as CFO and COO, John Jenner will have the key responsibilities in the coordination and management of all Financial, Operational and Administrative functions for the company to ensure growth and profit targets are achieved. John will also drive the company’s operating capabilities to surpass company goals with the continuous improvement of business processes, optimization and allocation of resources while measuring all financial KPIs and collaborating with the President. Jenner previously held the position of Vice President, Finance for the corporation.

In his new role as President, James Taylor will drive the mission, vision, values, and overall strategy of the company. This will include leading short and long-term business strategies, oversight to ensure goals are fulfilled with the extended executive team while guiding the company’s growth by leading the sales/ marketing strategy and execution. He will be responsible for managing strategic vendor partnerships at the executive level and collaborating with the CFO/COO on all business matters. Taylor is being appointed President following his role as Vice President, Sales & Marketing.

“As the electrical industry continues to evolve, this new structure will ensure the company is positioned towards future growth and profitability as a top-performing solutions partner within our industry,” said Smith.

“Through our dedicated team, strategic partnerships, and focus on customer success we see a bright future ahead for the company,” said Taylor.

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