M2 Renewables Hires Gregory Claffey as Vice President of Sales

Jan. 4, 2011
Claffey brings sales experience in industrial and municipal wastewater markets

M2 Renewables announced that Greg Claffey has joined the company as vice president of sales. Claffey has more than 13 years experience in selling capital equipment for wastewater treatment, working across all levels of the sales process from inside sales to executive level sales management in both the industrial and municipal wastewater markets.

"Mr. Claffey's knowledge of our market and its stakeholders, his technical expertise and drive are second to none. Greg Claffey will foster existing markets and pioneer new ones, creating tremendous value for our company and our shareholders," said M2 Renewables CEO Gerhard Forstner.

As vice president of sales, Claffey will develop both internal and external sales personnel in addition to handling all functions related to sales, including firm proposal generation, pricing strategies and setting up a top tier manufacturer representative network to help build local relationships with potential customers.

Claffey began his career as a sales engineer at WEDECO and rose to industrial sales manager for engineered products in North America, where he helped increase sales by 500% over eight years. From there, he joined Huber Technology as a regional sales manager and soon was promoted to director of sales in charge of municipal and industrial markets for more than 50 different products within the Huber group. In his four years at Huber, Claffey was heavily involved in building a strong sales force both internally and externally, helping grow sales by 250%. Claffey received his Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Boston University.

Source: PR Newswire

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