At Signify, our purpose is to unlock the extraordinary potential of light for brighter lives and a better world.  Our energy-efficient lighting products, systems and services enable our customers to enjoy a unique quality of light and make people’s lives safer and comfortable; buildings and cities more energy efficient, productive and livable; and the world more sustainable.  Similar to BEIC’s mandate to “accelerate the collaboration, innovation, and adoption of clean building technologies across Canada”, Signify has set ambitious targets for its own sustainable revenues and operations.  In Canada, we achieved Carbon Neutrality across our operations in 2018.  Our global goal by 2020 is that 80% of our revenues will come from sustainable products, systems and services. By the same year, we aim to eliminate waste going to landfill sites, have a zero-injury workplace as well as an audited and trained green supply chain.

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Appointed to the role of President & Chief Executive Officer in 2018, David is responsible for the Canadian operations of Signify, a global market leader with expertise in the development, manufacturing and application of innovative lighting solutions.

Previous to joining Signify, David was with Johnson Controls Inc., for twelve years, where he most recently held the role of Vice President and General Manager for Johnson Controls Global Security Products business. David spent several years in the Telecommunications industry with both service providers and manufacturers including Bell Canada, The Bermuda Telephone Company and Sinclair Technologies. David started his sales career with DHL Worldwide, living and working in several locations across the Middle East including the UAE, Saudi Arabia and Bahrain. He was born and educated in the UK.