RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA, Calif.--()--Liquidmetal® Technologies Inc. (LTI) (OTCQB: LQMT), the leading developer of amorphous alloys and composites, has appointed Bruce Bromage as SVP of business development and operations. Bromage has served as a strategic marketing consultant to Liquidmetal Technologies since June 2012.
“The unique characteristics of Liquidmetal make it a revolutionary material that has the potential to change the way industries manufacture parts. The company is at an exciting inflection point in its development, and I look forward to helping Liquidmetal continue to commercialize its proprietary and patented technology.”
Bromage previously served eight years as an executive vice president and general manager at NASDAQ-listed Symmetricom, a worldwide leader in precision time and frequency technologies. Bromage’s division at Symmetricom achieved six consecutive years of increased sales and profitability while doubling revenue. He directly managed the sales, marketing and engineering efforts of the timing, test, and measurement division, where products were sold worldwide to the telecommunications, aerospace and defense, and intelligence industries.
Prior to Symmetricom, Bromage held Vice President and Senior Vice President roles with two Silicon Valley companies and was with Hewlett Packard for seven years, serving as Director of Strategic Business Development. Previously, he worked nine years with Hughes Aircraft Company as Program Manager for Advanced Naval Tactical Display Systems.
“With nearly 30 years of hands-on experience managing divisions of major global companies, Bruce is the perfect fit as our new SVP of business development and operations,” said Liquidmetal’s president and CEO Tom Steipp. “His experience in the aerospace industry makes him valuable to our team and his proven success gives us confidence help drive the adoption and application of Liquidmetal alloy.”
Bromage commented: “The unique characteristics of Liquidmetal make it a revolutionary material that has the potential to change the way industries manufacture parts. The company is at an exciting inflection point in its development, and I look forward to helping Liquidmetal continue to commercialize its proprietary and patented technology.”
Bromage received a B.A. and M.A. in Experimental Psychology from California State University, Fullerton and a Ph.D. in Cognitive Psychology from UC Santa Barbara. He has completed executive courses at Stanford Graduate School of Business and Columbia University.
Rancho Santa Margarita, California-based Liquidmetal Technologies, Inc. is the leading developer of bulk alloys and composites that utilize the performance advantages offered by amorphous alloy technology. Amorphous alloys are unique materials that are distinguished by their ability to retain a random structure when they solidify, in contrast to the crystalline atomic structure that forms in ordinary metals and alloys. Liquidmetal Technologies is the first company to produce amorphous alloys in commercially viable bulk form, enabling significant improvements in products across a wide array of industries. For more information, go to www.liquidmetal.com.