AR Leader Vuzix (VUZI) Expands VIP Program for M300 Smartglasses

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In this episode of CEOLIVE.TV we are joined again by Vuzix, a leader in the Augmented and Virtual Reality market which trades on the NASDAQ under ticker VUZI.

To recap, in early 2015 Vuzix receive a $25 million investment from Intel Corp.

They have shipped their Smartglasses to roughly 40% of Fortune 100 companies and DHL published a white-paper on augmented reality which highlighted the M100 and how it helped them achieve a 25% increase in efficiency.

Since we last spoke with Vuzix CEO Paul Travers they have announced a solid amount of VIP Relationships for the M300 and Rodman & Renshaw just published a report stating that they expect the company’s revenue to increase from an estimated $6.6M in 2016, to over $240M in 2023.

Vuxix CEO, Paul Travers tells us a little bit more about the significance of some of these developments, such as the 4 new partners that just joined their VIP Program for the M300 Smartglasses.

To learn more about Vuzix, visit their website at


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