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Interlink Electronics, Inc. Announces A Board Of Directors Transition
Currently, the Board of Directors consists of Steven N. Bronson as the Chairman and CEO, Angela Blatteis as an independent Director, and Dr. Frank Levinson as an independent Director, said the company in a statement issued today in Camarillo, California (US).
"Interlink Electronics is deeply grateful to both Lorin and Ed for their significant contributions to the Company's success and growth over the past four years.
"Their collective knowledge in SME business operations was invaluable during the initial turnaround phase of Interlink Electronics. I wish Lorin and Ed all the best in their future endeavours," stated Steven N. Bronson, CEO and Chairman at Interlink Electronics.
Mr. Bronson continued, "I look forward to working with Angela Blatteis and Dr. Frank Levinson in guiding the strategic growth of Interlink Electronics as it seeks to significantly diversify its product portfolio and evolve into a truly global company."
Interlink Electronics is a world-leading trusted advisor and technology partner in the advancing world of human-machine interface and sensor technologies. http://www.interlinkelectronics.com.
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