- ClearVue Technologies (CPV) has announced the resignation of interim CEO, Kenan (Ken) Jagger
- After nearly two years with the company, Ken has chosen to pursue other interests, however, he will assist with the handover period
- ClearVue is a smart building materials company which aims to provide renewable energy by integrating solar technology into building surfaces like glass
- The tech stock is currently working on developing its global roll-out strategy which means developing a leadership team in the U.S. and northern Europe
- Company shares are down 14.5 per cent and trading at 26.5 cents
ClearVue Technologies (CPV) has announced interim CEO, Kenan (Ken) Jagger, has resigned.
Few details were given on Ken's resignation, just that he will pursue other interests.
To assist with the handover to existing and incoming management, Ken plans to serve out his notice period.
He joined ClearVue Technologies in May 2019 and oversaw mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures. Later that year, he was appointed Chief Commercial Officer and remained in this role for 10 months. In July 2020, he became the company's CEO, during which time he focused on sales, marketing and investor relations.
"The company wishes to thank Mr Jagger for his service and wishes him the very best for his future endeavours," the announcement stated.
ClearVue is a smart technology company which operates in the building integrated photovoltaic (BPIV) sector. This area focuses on providing renewable energy through the integration of solar technology into building surfaces such as glass and building façades.
The tech stock is currently working on developing its global roll-out strategy. To do this, it will need to develop a leadership team in the U.S. and northern Europe.
As such, ClearVue is looking to appoint a European-based CEO with knowledge,
experience and networks from within the BIPV industry.
The company is also in discussions with sales and marketing specialists in the U.S. and the board is searching for a global CEO with the right experience for the global expansion of the ClearVue business.
Company shares are down 14.5 per cent and trading at 26.5 cents at 2:13 pm AEDT.