Dais Analytic (Odessa, FL) announced Denise L. Sanderson has joined the company as Managing Director, Business Development where she is responsible for market development of Dais' growing portfolio of advanced water & energy nanotechnology applications and overseeing special projects facilitating the Company's growth.
"We are honored to have Denise as a part of our team. She brings strong channel and business development expertise to our growing Company," said Tim Tangredi, President of Dais. "Recent successes in the ConsERV business coupled with international interest in our water clean-up application -- as evidenced by the recent sale of a $48M zero discharge waste water treatment project in China -- find Denise's background and skill set a welcome addition to the Dais team."
Prior to joining Dais, Ms. Sanderson served as Business Retention & Expansion Manager for Pasco Economic Development Council, Inc., (PEDC) where she was instrumental in securing $156 million in capital investment, over 900,000 square feet new construction, creating or retaining approximately 1,300 new jobs, obtaining more than $400,000 in training grants and $1.68 million in incentives.
"The addition of Denise to the Executive team is the second industry professional to join Dais since the first of the year," said Robert Schwartz, Managing Director of the Schwartz, Heslin Group of Albany, NY, and a member of the Dais Board of Directors. "The Company's growth is directly linked to having superior technology, product, and team. Denise is a wonderful addition," said Schwartz.
Dais Analytic Corporation (DLYT) is commercializing its nanotechnology materials and processes into products, and is positioning itself to become a leading participant in the applied nanotechnology industry with a specialized focus on the needs of the energy and water industries. Products incorporating Dais' nanotechnology minimize consumption of irreplaceable natural resources and help stop the degradation of our environment. To find out more about Dais Analytic, log on to www.daisanalytic.com or www.conserv.com