Former Intel Vice President & Weebit Chairman, David Perlmutter, to Meet With Investors and Attend the AGM
Weebit Nano is delighted to advise that Chairman, David ‘Dadi’ Perlmutter, will be in Australia from November 28 until December 2, 2016 to meet with investors in Melbourne, Perth and Sydney and to present at the Company’s Annual General Meeting together with Yossi Keret the company’s CEO. We encourage shareholders and interested parties to attend the Annual General Meeting to hear an address from Mr Perlmutter. Details of the Annual General Meeting are as follows: Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2016 Time: 10 am Location: Level 3, 88 William Street, Perth (Nexia Offices) We also extend an invitation to the investment community to contact Armada Capital (details below) to arrange a meeting outside of the AGM. Mr Perlmutter’s Schedule is as follows: Melbourne Monday-Tuesday, November 28-29, 2016 Perth Wednesday,November 30, 2016 Sydney Thursday-Friday, December 1-2, 2016
About Mr Perlmutter
Mr Perlmutter is one of the “start up nation” hero’s which is known for using unconventional ideas and by doing so managed to get around the Intel Pentium power walls which was about to be reaching the overheating limit.joinedthe Weebitboard as a non-executive director on April 1, 2016 and was appointed to the position of Chairman on May 2, 2016. Mr Perlmutter was formerly the Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer at Intel Corporation (www.intel.com) and General Manager of the Intel Architecture Group. Intel is the preeminent provider of semiconductor chips and platforms for the world’s digital economy. During his 34-year tenure at Intel, Mr Perlmutter held various senior technology and management positions and was directly responsible for developing several of Intel’s major products and technologies that had an important impact on Intel’s business and on the entire industry globally. Mr Perlmutter served until early 2014 as Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer of Intel Corporation and General Manager of the Intel Architecture Group. Most impressively, he received an award for innovation in industrial development from the President of Israel in 1987 for development of the i387 Math Co-processor..