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Zecotek Makes Management Changes
Jun 2011
RICHMOND, British Columbia, Canada, June 30, 2011 — In a move to commercialize its technology portfolio, Zecotek Photonics Inc. has made seven management appointments and staff changes.

Effective immediately, the employment changes are: Azman Ariffin, executive vice president of operations and general manager of the Imaging Div.; David Wynne, senior vice president of business planning and development; Serge Khorev, senior vice president of technology; Nadeem Rauf, general manager of the Display Div.; John Moore, general manager of the Laser Div.; and Michael Minder, interim chief financial officer and executive vice president of finance and investor relations. Azim Daya has stepped down as chief financial officer but will continue to oversee the company’s corporate accounting.

Zecotek develops high-performance crystals, photodetectors, medical lasers, optical imaging and 3-D display technologies for commercial applications in the medical diagnostics and high-tech markets.

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