Tracy Markie, chairman and founder of Small Box Energy formally announced Dan Clarke’s appointment as Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Dan is a seasoned CEO with over 30 years of executive leadership experience. He comes to Small Box Energy with a distinguished record for growing small to medium sized companies into market leaders. This is Dan’s tenth time holding a position of this magnitude.
“After watching Tracy and Small Box Energy for several years, I was excited to become part of this team,” says Clarke. “This is one of the most balanced small companies I have ever seen. We have the technology, the market, the need and a really innovative, proven solution at a price the customer can afford.”
Besides energy savings, customers have reported as much as a 20% decrease in maintenance tickets and associated costs after implementing chameleon. Used in over 35 brands nationwide, including one of the largest Quick Serve Restaurants (QSRs) in the world, its popularity continues to grow as restaurant and convenience store owners realize as much as 66 percent of their energy bill is generated from these critical systems.
Dan has successfully grown over a dozen companies through talent acquisition and clearly implementing a fast-paced growth strategy. As a strong leader, he recognizes customer relationships are the key to building good business and truly becoming market leaders, especially for high-tech products, due to the complexity and resistance to change. Mr. Clarke continues to be active on several privately held technology-based company boards; and among his various achievements, he has played an essential role in raising capital needed to execute his visions.
Tracy Markie comments, “I wanted to bring in an experienced CEO that could quickly understand the volatility of energy use and demand, technology, and the precise needs of the ‘small box’ retail space, while also being able to swiftly formulate the necessary resources needed to expedite a successful growth strategy. Dan is clearly the best candidate for the job.”
Clarke started his tenure in the fall and quickly assembled the leadership, customer success, development, and deployment teams needed, as well as the sales and marketing engine.
Clarke is very excited for the future of Small Box Energy and the opportunity they have to reduce costs, increase efficiency and leverage data and processes within the restaurant, convenience store and small retailer market space.
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