John Clark recently accepted the Global Pioneer Award on behalf of the St. Charles-based company, Masterclock, at the 2017 International Business Dinner, put on by the St. Louis Regional International Partnership.
Masterclock, Inc, manufactures master clock generators (GPS, NTP, and Time Code based), a variety of analog and digital clocks and related components to provide complete hard-wired, Power-over-Ethernet and wireless systems. Masterclock serves a growing need for synchronized, accurate time in corporate, airports, military/government, power/utilities, medical, TV/radio and financial applications.
John Clack currently serves as the CEO. A graduate of Duchesne High School and the University of Missouri business school, John continues to apply the lessons he’s gleaned from his local education to his company’s global efforts, helping Masterclock earn the Governor’s Exporter of the Year Award for Missouri in 2014. In 2016 earned the U.S. President’s E-Award for Exporting.
The company’s global footprint allows John opportunities to travel the world on a regular basis, giving him the opportunity to visit various Rotary Clubs around the world to continue his commitment to his local club where he’s wrapping up a 3-year stint as the Community Service Chair. He’s also heavily involved with UMSL’s International Business Institute and played an integral role in shaping their now annual case study competition where Masterclock sponsored and provided the materials for the inaugural competition. John is also a board member of the EDC Business and Community Partners.