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  • ForceField Energy Inc. (FNRG) Multi-Market Business Model Leverages Expertise Of Experienced Leadership 0 comments
    Jan 27, 2014 1:50 PM | about stocks: FNRG

    ForceField Energy manufactures, distributes, and licenses alternative energy products and solutions worldwide. The company focuses on the largest and fastest-growing areas of the global renewable energy market through two primary segments: industrial waste heat recovery and conversion, and commercial LED lighting products.

    Company leadership is comprised of key individuals with collective knowledge in legal practice, public company operations, business advisory, utilities, accounting, project management, energy management, and more. The expertise of ForceField's executive leadership and board of directors significantly supports the company's mission of rapidly expanding in the multi-billion dollar renewable energy and LED lighting sectors.

    ForceField Energy president and CEO David Natan previously served as CFO for five U.S. public companies and in December 2010 was appointed ForceField's CEO. Natan has extensive knowledge of the unique public company operations and management and has direct experience with the AMEX and NASDAQ trading platforms.

    Before joining ForceField as CFO, Jason Williams served as president of business advisory firm WM Consulting LLC, leveraging his financial and operational experience with publicly traded companies; vice president and CFO of Protective Products of America, Inc.; and corporate controller and director of Reporting & Analysis at PharmaNet Development Group, Inc., a NASDAQ-listed company where Williams was an integral part of the management team that facilitated a tenfold increase in revenue and a market capitalization rise from $150 million to $800 million during a three-year period.

    Richard St-Julien, chairman of ForceField's board of directors, has amassed a great deal of success and experience as a practicing attorney in the areas of Commercial and International Law. He has has been involved in numerous business ventures as an entrepreneur in Canada, the U.S., China, and other countries.

    Also sitting on the board of directors is Kebir Ratnani, who has 30 years of experience in the natural gas, electricity, windmill, wastewater, and water sectors; David Vanderhorst, a seasoned financial executive with 24 years of extensive experience in accounting, finance, corporate operations, and executive-level management, as well as previously served as CFO and secretary of Taitron Components, Inc.; and Adrian Auman, corporate vice president of investor relations and special projects at Orbotech, Ltd., who previously served in various roles at Orbotech including vice president of finance and investor relations. Auman is a certified public accountant in Israel and the U.S.

    For more information visit forcefieldenergy.com

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    Stocks: FNRG
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