Sennheiser Restructures Leadership
Wedemark, Germany - Dec 17, 2010 - The supervisory board of Sennheiser Electronic adopted the company's new global organizational structure. Three business divisions will target the markets of consumer electronics, professional systems and installed sound.
The new structure of the company consists of the following seven units:
The managers of these units will form the new Executive Management Board (EMB) of the Sennheiser Group, with Volker Bartels as its spokesperson.
The Consumer Electronics division will concentrate on the headphone trade sector as well as audiology and telecommunications products. The Professional Systems division will manage professional audio, live sound, studio and professional headsets, while the Installed Sound division will cover fixed sound-program transmission systems.
The implementation of the new organization commences on Jan. 1, 2011 and will be finalized at the end of the year.
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