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Olswang joins Symetrix as director of product management

Olswang joins Symetrix as director of product management

Olswang joins Symetrix as director of product management


Symetrix has appointed Benjamin Olswang as director of product management, expanding its focus on product development and innovation.

“I chose Symetrix because of the people and the products,” said Olswang, who has over 19 years’ experience in the professional audio industry. “Symetrix has an amazing team and an incredibly talented engineering department. I was floored by the cool ideas and innovative new products they were working on and I knew had to be a part of it.”

Olswang will be responsible for managing products through their lifecycle, from creating the vision and strategy with the executive team, to collaborating with engineering through the development process, to championing the product once it has been released. Most recently, He joins Symetrix from his previous role as a product management consultant helping companies create user-focused audio products. He has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Northwestern University and a MSc in Digital Signal Processing from Kings College London.

“We're very proud to have Ben Olswang join our team, said Dan Lynch, VP of marketing at Symetrix. “His wealth of technical knowledge and years of industry experience have already had a huge impact on our upcoming products, and Ben's personality and attitude make him a perfect fit for the Symetrix family. He has immediately become an essential part of our wildly diverse team, because he shares our common love for creating phenomenal products and understands that we should be having fun while we're doing it.” 

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