Electromedical Technologies, Inc., a pioneer in the development and production of advanced bioelectronic devices that offer a drug free way to relieve chronic, intractable, and acute pain by using frequencies and electro-modulation, is excited to announce the addition of Lee Benson, CEO of ETW (Execute to Win) (etw.com), to the Company’s Board of Directors.
“Lee will add tremendous value to the Board and the company, given his track record as a leader in a field driven by engineering expertise, his business acumen, his extraordinary deal-making experience, and his proven management insights and proven strategies, we couldn’t be more excited to welcome him to the Electromedical team,” remarked Matthew Wolfson, founder and CEO of Electromedical. “We are on the precipice of perhaps our most important period of scaling the business, and it gives me great confidence to know that we will be able to tap Lee’s insights and guidance as a very accomplished businessman and high level entrepreneur during this key period. A company can only be as good as the people who are involved. Lee can help us reach higher levels of growth, culture and execution.”
Lee Benson started his career as the first employee in a small company providing specialty electroplating services to repair aircraft components. Benson purchased the company 1993 after a sudden sharp decline in business. He then went on to turn things completely around. He founded Able Engineering & Component Services in 1995 and Able Aerospace in 1999, subsequently expanding from 3 to 500+ employees and driving 15 straight years of 20 percent compounded average annual growth.
Benson sold Able Aerospace to global powerhouse Textron Aviation in a Nine-figure deal. Textron (TNT Nasdaq) itself includes the Beechcraft, Hawker, Bell and Cessna brands.
After he secured the deal, Lee founded ETW to help other businesses achieve maximum success and profit from his experience and expertise. To this day, Lee’s unique management system forms the foundation of ETW and was praised by legendary business leader, former CEO of GE Jack Welch, as the best management system Welch had ever seen. This management system is what Electromedical has implemented and uses on a daily basis.
“Electromedical has a fantastic product and incredible potential to scale. I look forward to working with Matthew and his terrific team at Electromedical as the Company prepares to level up its business growth in the months and quarters ahead, this is a critical time for the Company – an exciting time. And I see explosive potential waiting to be unlocked.” stated Benson.