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Auralex Appoints Fischer as CEO
Indianapolis, IN - Oct 27, 2011 - Auralex Acoustics named global sales executive and marketing executive David Fischer as company CEO.
Prior to joining Auralex Acoustics, Fischer spent five years as executive vice president of the America's Market division of Origins Holdings, a manufacturer of all-wood home furnishings and cabinetry. In this position, he led sales,marketing, product development, finance and operations.
Fischer served in a variety of global sales roles at Autodesk. During his final position, Fischer was responsible for defining and driving the company's global sales force automation strategy. While in this position, he initiated and developed a 12-quarter plan that determined and drove the customer information business strategy.
Fischer also previously served as director of e-commerce sales, North America, at Parametric Technology as enterprise manager of strategic accounts at Inacom Information Systems, and as director of consumer sales and service at SBC/Ameritech. Prior to his civilian career, he was a U.S. Marine Corps officer holding a variety of combat and non combat related positions.
Fischer earned his bachelors of arts in marketing, business management and economics from the University of St. Thomas.
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