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Hall Research appoints new CEO

Hall Research appoints new CEO
Jason Schwartz is Hall Research's new CEO

Hall Research appoints new CEO


Jason Schwartz has been appointed chief executive officer of AV and electronic hardware manufacturer, Hall Research, in line with the planned retirement of founders, Ali and Gail Haghjoo. Schwartz immediately assumes overall responsibility for creating, planning, implementing and integrating the company’s strategic direction. As a designer of matrix switchers, scalers and extenders for applications, the Californian-based designer is a portfolio company of Blackford Capital.

“We are excited to welcome Jason to Hall Research,” said Hall Research board chairman and Blackford Capital operating partner, Stephen K Parker. “He has a proven reputation of innovation as an organised and collaborative leader. We know his impact-oriented and analytical strategies will further growth opportunities for Hall within in the pro AV marketplace.”

Schwartz has more than 20 years of executive level experience, most recently as head of cloud and mobile gaming at Razer Inc, where he created a new business unit within the gaming company and developed a global go-to-market strategy that has accelerated company revenues.

“I am excited to lead an experienced team with strong engineering and operational backgrounds to continue driving growth, providing high-quality customer service and building on the exceptional brand Hall Research has established,” said Schwartz. “Hall’s ability to develop custom-tailored products for our customers using in-house engineering and product innovation capabilities is unmatched. I look forward to working with our team to further utilise these capabilities in new market segments and future business opportunities.”

Hall Research co-founders will be transitioning from their current leadership positions, with Ali Haghjoo continuing to serve as a board member.

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