WSA gets Google Country Director for board

Hearing aid giant WS Audiology expands board with Google Denmark Country Director Malou Aamund. Adam Westermann, grandchild of Widex co-owner Erik Westermann and current co-owner of WS Audiology, also joins the board of now 10 people.

Google Denmark Country Director and prospective WSA board member Malou Aamund. | Photo: WS Audiology / PR

The next time the board of the world's third-largest hearing company, WS Audiology, reconvenes to discuss the firm's strategic direction, two new people will have joined the discussion table.

One is Danish business woman Malou Aamund, who is the managing director of Google's Danish branch. After March 1, WSA's board will benefit from her contributions as "a strong and trusted business leader with deep digital knowledge," writes WSA in a Tuesday press release.

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