Piscataway, NJ. March 7, 2019. Hearing aid technology leader Signia today announced that Brian Taylor has joined the company as Director, Scientific & Product Marketing. In this new role, Taylor will focus primarily on scientific marketing and communication, competitive analysis, and industry landscape and trends, while maintaining close relationships with global colleagues, customer-facing teams and customers.
Taylor is a veteran of the hearing industry with more than 25 years of experience, most recently at Fuel Medical Group, where he served as Director of Clinical Audiology. An Audiologist since 1991, he received his Au.D. from Central Michigan University in 2006. During his career, he has been involved in many areas of the industry including clinical practice, professional development and training. Taylor is a prolific and respected contributor to the industry, with more than 25 publications and numerous speaking engagements both domestic and international.
Pamela Burton, Vice President, Customer Care and Product Management, Signia, said, “With his dynamic experience, significant accomplishments and familiarity with the industry, Brian is a strong asset to Signia. We are thrilled to welcome him to the team, as his expertise will be crucial in highlighting the benefits of our technology and advancing our market position.”
Taylor commented, “Having followed Signia closely over the years, I know first-hand how the company is a pioneer in the industry, launching several world-first innovations from rechargeable technology to entirely new hearing aid form factors. I am excited to join such a forward-thinking company and eager to help its mission of inventing the future of better hearing and understanding.”
Signia, a brand within WS Audiology, stands for iconic innovation. WS Audiology was formed in 2019 through the combination of Singapore-headquartered Sivantos and Denmark-based Widex, which means our roots go back all the way to 1878. Today, we employ more than 10,000 people worldwide and we are active in more than 125 markets. One out of three hearing aids is made by us.