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Traverse City, Mich. (September 16, 2021) – Promethient, the Michigan-based provider of human-scaled climate control systems, has named manufacturing industry veteran, Stan Gwizdak, to its board of directors effective today.
“Stan brings an additional wealth of experience and expertise to the Promethient Board,” said Bill Myers, CEO of Promethient. “His strategic leadership experience and expertise in assisting companies with process improvement, mergers and acquisitions, organization redesign and revenue growth make him an instrumental member to our team.”
Founded in 2014 by Chuck Cauchy, Promethient’s proprietary technology combines graphene with solid state heat pumping to directly heat or cool people. Promethient is currently targeting the powersports, off-highway equipment, furniture, garment, mass transit and marine industries, most recently having launched production with Polaris Industries in 2020 in their Indian and Slingshot product lines.
Gwizdak is the Founder and CEO of the Kormac Group, a Charlotte, North Carolina-based consulting firm, specializing in improving client profitability and shareholder values. He brings a wealth of knowledge implementing large scale deployments of process improvements, revenue growth, and cost enhancement projects for companies across the globe including General Electric, Honeywell and more. Stan served as the President of a subsidiary of General Electric where he significantly improved revenue and increased profitability by over 800%.
“I am honored to be joining the Promethient team,” Gwizdak said. “Their dynamic technology, expanding market share and involvement in numerous upcoming launches clearly indicates a bright future for a highly relevant technology. The opportunities to come are abundant, thus, I would like to formally announce my investment into Promethient.”
Gwizdak holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Penn State College and has served on the Board of Directors of three differing organizations.