MicroVision, Inc. (NASDAQ:MVIS), a leader in innovative ultra-miniature projection display technology, today announced that Jeff Wilson has resigned his position as Chief Financial Officer and will remain with the company to assist with the transition to his successor. MicroVision has commenced a search for a replacement. “We appreciate the positive contributions Jeff has made to MicroVision for the past 13 years. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors,” said Alexander Tokman, president and chief executive officer of MicroVision. “We believe we are in a solid position to make this leadership change as we execute our licensing strategies and evolve our offerings.” “I would like to thank Alex and the board of directors for the opportunity to play a leadership role in the maturation and growth of MicroVision,” said Wilson. “I plan to work with the team on an orderly transition.” Wilson joined MicroVision in 1999 and served in several roles including vice president of accounting before he was promoted to chief financial officer in 2006. About MicroVision MicroVision provides the patented PicoP® display technology platform designed to enable next generation display capabilities for consumer devices and vehicle displays. The company's PicoP display technology uses highly efficient laser light sources which can create vivid images with high contrast and brightness. For more information, visit us on:
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