beMatrix USA, the Atlanta-based U.S. manufacturer of the original “big hole” frame system, is pleased to announce the addition of Troy Wright as controller. Wright brings with him more than 15 years of accounting and finance experience across several industries. He joins beMatrix from BMW Manufacturing USA, where he drove the short and long-term planning and financial reporting as well as analysis in logistics.
As the controller, Wright will be responsible for the accounting function and financial reporting & analysis. Robert Laarhoven, president of beMatrix USA, says, “As we continue our unprecedented growth in the U.S. market, we realize the need to carefully scrutinize all aspects of our operation to provide our customers the best service and pricing. Following an exhaustive search, Troy epitomized the type of employee that has helped build beBematrix USA into the success it is today.”
Previous to BMW, Wright held multiple leadership positions in accounting/finance at KIPP Metro Atlanta, Caesar’s Entertainment and International Paper. He holds an undergraduate degree with honors in finance from Morehouse College and obtained an MBA from Emory University. “I am impressed with beMatrix’s cutting-edge achievements and excited to join such a dynamic company. I look forward to working with everyone and building a solid foundation for continued growth,” says Wright.
In his free time, Wright enjoys traveling, motorcycles and watching documentaries.
beMatrix, headquartered in Roeselare, Belgium, with production facilities in Roeselare, Norcross, GA (USA) and Hangzhou, China and sales and distribution offices in 61 countries, manufactures a Tooless, reusable frame system for the exhibit builder, general contractor and event producer. The same aluminum frame accepts both hard panel and fabric infills. Combining its new 360° Design initiative and Tooless approach, The System is recognized for its quick and easy construction with each frame being able to be used as a floor, wall or ceiling. Used worldwide for exhibits, events, pop-up venues and displays, The System is complete with straight and curved frames, doors, counters, lighting and wall mounting accessories. The System is considered environmentally sustainable, providing endless reusability as the same aluminum frames are continuously reconfigured and redesigned into new structures. The beMatrix factories support complete sustainability by recycling 100 percent of all waste created during the fabrication process. For more info, visit www.beMatrix.us or download the company brochure.