Raven Industries, Inc. has changed the players in a few key leadership positions.
Steven Brazones, current CFO, will become vice president for Applied Technology. In his tenure at Raven, Brazones has successfully led several strategic undertakings—including the acquisitions of Smart Ag and DOT Technology, strategic partnership building and enterprise strategic planning — which are key elements of Applied Technology’s growth strategy.
Brian Meyer, current vice president of Applied Technology, will become vice president for Engineered Films. Meyer began leading Applied Technology in 2015 when the agriculture market was in a sharp downturn. Under his leadership, Applied Technology grew revenue over the past five years by $40 million, the company’s announcement said.
“I’ve never been more confident about our current and future position within our selected markets,” said Raven President & CEO Dan Rykhus. “We have the right technology, the right resources, and the right talent.”
He went on to say, “We are reorganizing senior executives because our future is strong, and we believe we are at the start of a significant growth trajectory for our organization. By making these changes, we are placing ourselves in the best position to execute and capitalize on the opportunities before us.”
The company will begin a search for a new CFO immediately. All leadership changes will be effective February 1, the start of the company’s fiscal year.
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