GN Hearing top exec stops after 17 years – replacement found within own ranks

The CEO of hearing company GN Hearing's US subsidiary Audigy is now retiring after 17 years in the hot seat. The company, which was acquired by GN Hearing in 2016, has found his replacement within own ranks.

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After having led GN Hearing's US subsidiary Audigy for almost two decades, Brandon Dawson has resigned from the post of CEO in order to retire, according to a press release from Washington-based Audigy.

The now-former top exec is being replaced by Mason Walker, who has been involved in Audigy since the early beginnings of the company. His promotion is from President to CEO.

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