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Audiologic names new MD

Audiologic names new MD

Audiologic names new MD

Audiologic has appointed Andy Lewis to the position of managing director. He first joined the company in 2013 as part of the sales team and has worked his way up through the roles of sales and marketing manager, and director. He has been pegged for the MD position due to his influence in developing the strategies that have resulted in a significant increase in turnover for the company, which did not go unnoticed by co-founder Simon Stoll, who is vacating the MD role.

‘Audiologic has enjoyed significant growth since Andy joined the company and, in my view, his rightful progression to MD reflects both his tireless work ethic and his commitment to personal development,’ said Mr Stoll. ‘During his time here, he’s put himself through an MBA, adding even greater insight to an already sharp business mind and has demonstrated a level of leadership and vision that cannot be overestimated. I also think it’s important to see this development in the context of Audiologic as a progressive organisation that places great trust in its team. As one of the founders of the business, I will be concentrating on helping to develop our supply chain – seeking complementary brands and products and assisting Andy with overall strategy and process development.’

Mr Lewis is excited to take on the challenge of the managing director role. ‘The work we’ve done growing the business has its roots firmly in the dedication and attitude of the staff in every area of Audiologic,’ he commented. ‘I’m stepping into my new role alongside a highly talented team supporting a growing portfolio of excellent brands and looking forward to driving Audiologic towards further significant expansion.’

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