Olympus on former Ambu CEO's advisory role: "He will be a big asset"

Medtech group Olympus is very satisfied with its new advisor Lars Marcher, who is the former CEO of its competitor, Ambu. He will help Olympus develop a new 10-year strategy.

Lars Marcher, former CEO of Ambu | Photo: Martin Lehmann/Ritzau Scanpix

Two years after he was abruptly fired from Danish medtech company Ambu, Lars Marcher has been hired as a consultant and advisor at Olympus – a firm which has declared it will compete with Ambu on the reusable scope market.

As MedWatch previously reported, Marcher announced his new role on Linkedin, saying:

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