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Gyori Named President, Pelican Products

Posted by December 14, 2016

Pelican Products, Inc. has appointed Phil Gyori as Group President.
 
Bringing several years of executive and management experience to the new role, Gyori will report to CEO, Lyndon Faulkner work and head all three of Pelican’s divisions.
 
Gyori has managed multimillion dollar budgets and has a rich background in marketing, business development and brand management. His expertise also extends to other cross-functional areas including sales, engineering, purchasing and overseas sourcing. 
 
His resume includes executive roles at Bushnell where he was personally responsible for a $400 million P&L and where he helped grow the business from $100 million to $600 million. Gyori has also served in executive posts at Nike, Quaker Oats Company and The Procter and Gamble Company and has experience working with private equity firms.
 
Gyori holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Stanford University and an MBA from The Wharton School of Business.
Stanford UniversityWharton School

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