Anybots Names Former Cisco Exec David Rogan CEO, Company Enters Into ‘Rebuild Mode’

June 26, 2012 at 10:07 pm Leave a comment


It’s a time of transition for Anybots, the 11-year-old Silicon Valley company which makes remote-controlled robots that are meant to serve as “mobile telepresence systems.”

Trevor Blackwell, who served as Anybots’ CEO since he founded the company way back in May 2001 and is also a partner at famed startup incubator Y Combinator, has been replaced in the CEO role by former Cisco executive David Rogan, the company has announced.

In an interview this week, Rogan told me that Blackwell will “continue to be involved with the business” in some capacity, but declined to provide further details. We’ve emailed Blackwell for comment on the leadership change, and will report back with any additional information we receive.

As Anybots’ new CEO, Rogan said he is currently entirely focused on the company’s future — which is why he declined to provide details such as its current staff headcount…

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