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AbracaJabra for moving MD

20 Feb 13

Jabra has named Soren Schoennemann as the new managing director of Australia and New Zealand, coming from the company's Nordic region.

Making this announcement, Mark Leigh, president of Jabra Asia Pacific said:

“Soren has been a significant performer for Jabra over a number of years and this new role and responsibility in a key region for Jabra reflects our confidence that he will continue to excel.

"As the company gears up for a period of aggressive growth in the Australian and New Zealand markets, I am very pleased that we have been able to make the new leadership appointment from within, and Soren is the right person for the challenge.”

In his new role, Schoennemann will be based in Sydney.

The company currently employs approximately 850 people worldwide.

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