Sennheiser Apoints Falcone as VP Sales, Americas

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John Falcone

Old Lyme, CT - Oct 19, 2011 - Effective Jan. 1, 2012, John Falcone, president and CEO of Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, will be promoted to the position of vice president sales, Americas. In his new position, Falcone will head business in the entire Americas region, encompassing the United States, Canada and Latin America. Having run Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, the U.S. subsidiary, successfully for the past 13 years, he moves on to his new enlarged responsibility for the entire American Region, thus taking on a more global role.

Recently Sennheiser had engaged in a major restructuring program to improve customer focus and market knowledge. In the course of this restructuring program, Sennheiser had also reorganized sales operations into three major regions: the Americas, EMEA and Asia.

Greg Beebe, newly appointed president, Sennheiser Electronic Corporation, Jean Langlais, president Sennheiser Canada as well as Markus Warlitz, newly appointed general manager of Sennheiser Latin America, will report to Falcone.

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