Leading manufacturer and distributor of patented 3D rapid prototyping and manufacturing solutions EnvisionTEC has announced the appointment of its new Chief Financial Officer (CFO).
The company revealed that Brian Gibson has joined the EnvisionTEC family as its new CFO after an extensive search for qualified candidates, as his background and credentials are lined up perfectly with the needs of a high-profile company within the burgeoning 3D printing market.
Mr Gibson brings more than 13 years of finance and accounting experience to EnvisionTEC. His most recent experience includes over three years as Vice-President of Finance at Aastrom Biosciences, a publicly traded biotech company in Ann Arbor, where he served as the acting CFO. Prior to Aastrom, Mr Gibson was a senior manager at PwC working primarily with public manufacturing and service companies. Mr Gibson holds a BA in Accounting with high honor from the Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University and is a certified public accountant.
CEO of EnvisionTEC Al Siblani stated: "We are very pleased to welcome Mr. Gibson to the EnvisionTEC team. I believe that during this rapid-growth stage for EnvisionTEC, his experience will prove to be invaluable in helping to execute our long-term vision and I look forward to working alongside him."
EnvisionTEC is a leading manufacturer and distributor of patented 3D rapid prototyping and manufacturing solutions for global organizations focused on time-to-value for their customers. Since their first patent submission 1999, EnvisionTEC has developed and released solutions for desktop applications up to large-scale enterprises and manufacturers. EnvisionTEC's solution platform provides organisations of any size the capability to rapidly manufacture true to life and functional duplications of any CAD rendering with 3D representation that is unmatched in the industry. With nearly 100 patents, EnvisionTEC enjoys working with a strong customer and partner base in jewelry, automotive, dental, medical, sporting goods, aerospace and consumer packaged goods.