Chris Browder Retires from B&W

After a 35-year career in the audio industry, the last 25 as executive vice president of Bowers & Wilkins North America, Chris Browder will retire at the end of this year.   Chris Browder. “During the late 1970s and early 1980s with a/d/s and from the time he joined Bowers &a
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After a 35-year career in the audio industry, the last 25 as executive vice president of Bowers & Wilkins North America, Chris Browder will retire at the end of this year.

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Chris Browder.


“During the late 1970s and early 1980s with a/d/s and from the time he joined Bowers & Wilkins in 1986, Chris’s instinct for defining audio products that met current market demands was unmatched,” said Joe Atkins, chairman of the B&W Group. “He has had a profound impact on the evolution of our expanding product portfolio, while directing the sensitive distribution decisions in North America that were made in parallel with the brand’s growth.”

“Everyone at Bowers & Wilkins joins me in thanking Chris for his tremendous contributions, and extending our sincere best wishes for the long and healthy retirement he very much deserves,” Atkins said.

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