supported overall company growth from $ to $M in revenues. Frequently traveled to Asia and
built multiple relationships in Japan to have products accepted by major consumer manufacturers
Sony, Olympus, Minolta, JVC, Hitachi, Kodak. Shipped over M displays, captured % of
worldwide market, and established high quality with little and/or no returns.
Initial Public Offering. Took company through IPO process. Completed all documents and
road trip prior to public sale, with current investors of company deciding to fund privately in .
VC Funding. Raised in excess of $M in venture capital funding, which required running an
organization that fulfilled on commitments e.g., meeting timelines in product development and
business objectives in plan.
Richard B. Page
New Market Opportunity. Determined that the company had matured in the electronic
viewfinder market and identified new opportunity in the larger $B pico projection market. Built
key relationships in pico projection market with current M projectors using Displaytech panels.
Business Licensing. Licensed Electronic Viewfinder business to Citizen Miyota to acquire
funding for addressing this new pico projector opportunity; royalty bearing license is still in place
and will yield in excess of $M.
Company Sale. Led effort to sell Displaytech as directed by the Board. Evaluated offers
from companies and sold Displaytech to Micron Technologies
Chief Operations Officer : In charge of all aspects of startup operations, including
manufacturing process development, product development, and supply chain functions. Key focus on
steering company’s direction toward building manufacturing partnerships – allowing company’s limited
resources to focus on its highest value items.
Product Development & IP. Led development of microdisplay products that drove corporate
success, including the world’s first microdisplay products; generated significant intellectual
property in the microdisplay market.
Partnerships. Cultivated manufacturing partnerships in Asia, including Citizen Miyota – a
company that invested $M to set up Displaytech’s process in Japan.
Volume Growth. Ramped volumes from to M displays at Displaytech in st year of
production while transferring process to partner Citizen Miyota.