Yuneec USA CEO Resigns

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Yuneec USA CEO Resigns

According to sUAS News, Mike Kahn, the CEO of the United States of America portion of Yuneec International, the world leader in electric aviation, has resigned. Kahn, who was appointed back in December of 2016, made the announcement on the very eve of Interdrone 2017.

Newly appointed Global CEO Michael Jiang was a keynote speaker on Wednesday. Mr. Jaing was appointed Global CEO in June of 2017.

Yuneec have been promoting their long awaited H520 Hexacopter and were sponsors of the Law Enforcement track.

When he joined Yuneec Mike had this to say.

“Yuneec has a great combination of the leading electric aviation products and a strong U.S.-based team with UAV, photography, and technology management expertise. I am eager to join the team and lead the charge for Yuneec USA,”

I had noticed with interest that despite receiving $60 million in 2015 from Intel Yuneec were not part of the Intel Insight announcement by Intel CEO Brian Krzanich at Interdrone.

Earlier this year Yuneec USA laid off staff.

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