Toronto, Ontario, December 21, 2020 – – Eco Depot, Inc. (OTC Pink: ECDP), is proud to introduce Juan Bernardo Orozco Sanchez as Director of International and Government Affairs. Mr. Orozco Sanchez contributes significant expertise and guidance in trade policy to maximize international trade advantages for the Company. Mr. Orozco Sanchez has a lifetime in service to national and global trade as a recognized government delegate, policymaker, and chief executive for Mexico’s Government.
Bronya Climate Shield™ liquid thermal insulation’s global commercialization introduces an innovative technology that immediately reduces global energy consumption with a simple paint-on or spray-on application to existing infrastructure. At 30% energy efficiency improvement from a single application, the product should stand out as a Building Material which supports UN 2030 climate change goals and Build Back Better energy efficiency initiatives.
Eco Depot is honored to have Mr. Orozco Sanchez join the Board of Directors to develop and execute its plan of commercializing Bronya Climate Shield™ liquid thermal insulator and other products. As key world trade delegate offering incredible strategic capital to the Company’s leadership for creating trade advantages with focus on corporate manufacturing and distribution policy to leverage and maintain corporate benefit within Government and international trade incentive and compliance protocol. Our Director of International & Government Affairs, Honorable Director Juan Bernardo Orozco Sánchez, has served the Government of Mexico and the international community for 20 years.
Presently, Dir. Orozco Sanchez is the Director of Economic Studies in the Agricultural Sector at the General Coordination of International Affairs at the Secretariat of Agriculture and Rural Development of Mexico. Director Orozco Sanchez has served as Executive Liaison of the General Direction of International Affairs at the Secretariat of Agriculture of Mexico with Agricultural Offices from Embassies Accredited in Mexico from 2000 to 2002, and, as Head of the Department of International Economic Foment at the General Direction of International Affairs of the Secretariat of Agriculture from 2002 until 2010. Director Orozco Sanchez earned his Bachelor’s Degree in Commercial Relations from the National Polytechnic Institute of Mexico, graduating from the Superior School of Commerce and Administration at Tepepan, Mexico City.
Director Orozco Sanchez Career Highlights:
2000 – 2002 Executive Liaison of the General Direction of International Affairs at the Secretariat of Agriculture of Mexico with Agricultural Offices from Embassies Accredited in Mexico
2002 – 2010 Head of the Department of International Economic Foment at the General Direction of International Affairs of the Secretariat of Agriculture
2010 – 2020 Chief of Staff of the General Coordinator of International Affairs at the Secretariat of Agriculture of Mexico.
Director Orozco Sanchez Notable Achievements:
Member of diverse Delegations of the Secretariat of Agriculture and Rural Development, and the Mexican Government, attending International Negotiations related to International Cooperation for Development, Climate Change in Agriculture, Plant Genetic Resources for Food and Agriculture, Extension of Agricultural Innovations, Research and Development, Biotechnology, and Public Policy for Food Security.
Head of the team in charge of the Halal Certification Program for packing houses, slaughterhouses and food processing plants at the Secretariat of Agriculture in Mexico. The Program has certified nearly 100 food processing plants under Halal International Standards to export food products to Muslim Majority Countries.
Eco Depot welcomes Director Orozco Sanchez to the Board. Director Sanchez will be impactful in developing the agenda of Eco Depot, with knowledge and skill in trade negotiations within existing government policy to maximize corporate production and distribution infrastructure in a multinational framework with attention drawn to the ecological impact of Bronya Climate Shield™ energy consumption reducing technology. Bronya Climate Shield™ liquid thermal insulation provides 30% efficiency in energy consumption within the immediate demands of UN 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (goal 13) and Build Back Better global initiative to reduce the human carbon footprint planetary ecological systems. Director Orozco Sanchez is optimally positioned to develop and execute the company plan, which includes recognizing the importance of Bronya brands as a premier Build Back Better product globally, creating jobs and stability in critical trade zones to meet national and international trade policy on Climate Change.
Director Orozco Sanchez is a powerful strategic leader who shares in the vision that Eco Depot’s contribution to sustainable growth for a better world lies in Bronya’s products’ role in minimizing global energy consumption by advancing technology applied to existing infrastructure to the benefit of the end consumer. The end consumer benefit incentivizes the shift of burden from government obligation to community stakeholders at the homeowner, property development, and service/contractor level. Distribution of benefit drives the shift of the burden to affect global change. Product supply chains built to meet international trade goals within the sustainability agenda promotes corporate stability. Corporate stability assures consistent global provision of home improvement products to consumers at the DIY and contractor level, to elevate Bronya brands as a critical, recognized consumer product in the Building Materials space that benefits the planet and the people on it in the battle on climate change.
ABOUT ECO DEPOT
Eco Depot, Inc. acquires, manages, and develops eco-friendly real estate assets and consumer brand products. Their focus is to provide investments, funding, and support for acquisitions, start-ups, entrepreneurs, and green companies dedicated to protecting the environment. Eco Depot is a development stage distributor of eco-friendly consumer brand products and is publicly traded Over the Counter at (OTC Pink: ECDP).
ABOUT BRONYA CANADA GROUP
Bronya Coatings Group, Inc. (“the Company”) is based in Montreal and intends to commercialize a Multi-Purpose liquid thermal insulation paint Bronya Climate Shield product line in North America. The Company’s mission is to establish third-party production facilities globally to reduce the costs associated with the business’ supply chain. The Company also has established relationships with major home improvement stores on a worldwide basis.
ABOUT BRONYA CLIMATE SHIELD™
Bronya Climate Shield increases energy efficiency, energy savings, and reduces carbon emissions through energy conservation. Product website: www.bronyaclimateshield.com
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