Prospec names new vice president

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Prospec Electronics recently hired Michael Silber for its newly created vice president of product management position. Dave Sykes, president and CEO, said that Silber will oversee all phases of product development from product conception through planning, design and prototyping, to testing and final production. He will also be responsible for budgeting and supplier negotiations.

"Michael has an immensely impressive track record," said Sykes. "We're pleased he joined the Prospec team and appreciate his leadership as we continue to grow our product line in exciting new ways."

Silber was most recently business development manager for Seek Thermal in Asia. He has also held other senior executive roles at Harman International Industries, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, where he was responsible for brand, category and product roadmap strategy.

The statement noted that Prospec Electronics works with outdoor audio innovation “by developing products and technologies that shape how consumers listen to music.” Its current brands include JBL by Harman, Infinity by Harman, MPro and Milennia.

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