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Wednesday, 29 July 2009 11:20

PR director Derek Perez leaves Nvidia

Written by Fudzilla staff


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After 11 long years


Derek Perez,
Director of Public Relations and one of the key people at Nvidia, has apparently decided to leave the company. According to legit reviews, Perez posted a message on Facebook, informing his friends that he's leaving the company, and that he's off for a new adventure.

Perez has been a part of Nvidia's team for the past 11 years, and he saw Nvidia grow from a small chipmaker making Riva TNTs to one of the biggest and most recognizable brands in IT. Obviously much of this success can be attributed to Nvidia spinners, led by Perez.

We still don't know what sort of adventure Perez has in mind, but we will probably find out soon enough.

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