We (EarQ) are committed to...lead the charge and encourage the 30 million Americans with untreated hearing loss to take control of their hearing health.
Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) October 18, 2013
Following a historic few years, EarQ recently experienced a historic day.
On Thursday, October 11th, EarQ, a nationwide network of hearing healthcare providers, announced that Andrew Hebert, the company’s managing director, was promoted to the position of vice president.
“After six years of dedicating himself to our company, our members and the entire hearing healthcare industry, Andrew has demonstrated his passion and ability to drive EarQ to the next level,” said Ed Keller, president of EarQ.
Hebert’s promotion comes on the heels of a record four years for the company, in which it experienced its most rapid growth since its inception in 1999.
In order to prepare EarQ for continued expansion now and in the future, Hebert assembled a group of like-minded leaders to lend their expertise and help guide the company to further success.
This leadership team includes: Robert Bennett, Esq. as director of corporate strategy and legal affairs, Dan Sanderson as director of business consulting, Clifford Carey as communications director, Amy Monaghan as corporate logistics director and Caitlin Veri as public relations coordinator.
“EarQ is well positioned to play a leading role in educating Baby Boomers, as well as people of all ages, about hearing loss and the solutions available to them,” said Hebert. “We are committed to continuing our proven processes in order to lead the charge and encourage the 30 million Americans with untreated hearing loss to take control of their hearing health.”
EarQ strives to revolutionize the hearing healthcare industry through innovative business and marketing practices, national public awareness efforts and advocating for excellence in private patient care. Through its nationwide hearing healthcare locations, EarQ will work to shatter the stereotypes surrounding hearing loss and empower the millions of Americans who suffer from it to take control of their hearing health.