Demant expands executive board to four members

Hearing firm Demant is expanding its executive board, which now counts four men.

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On Thursday, the world’s second-biggest hearing aid manufacturer, Demant, announces an expansion of its executive board, according to a company press release.

The board used to be comprised of CEO Søren Nielsen and CFO René Schneider alone, but effective April 1, four men will sit shoulder to shoulder around the table, as Arne Boye Nielsen, president of Diagnostics, and Niels Wagner, president of Hearing Care join the board.

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