Outgoing WSA CEO: This could have been better

The start up of the new factory in Mexico could have been done better, and the supply of products of the right quality at the right time suffered, admits outgoing WSA CEO Eric Bernard.
Eric Bernard, outgoing CEO of WS Audiology | Photo: Ws Audiology / Pr
Eric Bernard, outgoing CEO of WS Audiology | Photo: Ws Audiology / Pr

In just over a month, on July 1, Eric Bernard will step down as CEO of the world’s third largest hearing aid manufacturer, WS Audiology, and when he looks back on his five years at the helm of the Lynge-based company, he is filled with pride and joy.

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