“We are delighted to welcome Pete to Sennheiser. He brings a breadth and depth of experience that includes an outstanding international track record and a true passion for the audio business,” says Co-CEO Dr. Andreas Sennheiser. “It is great to add Pete’s energy and expertise to our Executive Management Board,” added Co-CEO Daniel Sennheiser. “Together, we will continue our success in the highly competitive consumer market.”
In his role as COO for the Consumer Electronics Division, Pete Ogley will complete Sennheiser’s management team as a counterpart to Peter Claussen, the COO for Sennheiser’s Professional Systems Division.
Prior to joining Sennheiser, Ogley was General Manager Audio for Video for the Consumer Electronics Division of Bose Corporation, where he was responsible for running this global line of business with a focus on strategy, product roadmap and developing and executing its long-term vision.
His 23-year career at Bose Corporation started in 1994 and included successful roles in sales management and key account management in the UK. In 2010, Ogley was appointed European Product Manager for Bose Corporation’s Home Theatre business, which marked the start of a series of international senior roles at the company. He moved to Massachusetts, USA, in 2011 to serve as Global Product Manager for Video Products. Ogley was then made European Category Business Manager for Home Audio in 2012, before a promotion to Director Product Management Europe in 2014.
At Sennheiser, Pete Ogley will be responsible for driving the continued global success of the Consumer Electronics Division in alignment with Sennheiser’s long-term strategy and business development goals. Sennheiser is a family owned company that was founded in 1945 and which today has 2,750 employees around the world. Since 2013, Sennheiser has been managed by Daniel Sennheiser and Dr. Andreas Sennheiser, the third generation of the family to run the company. In 2015, the Sennheiser Group had sales totalling €682 million, with the Consumer and Professional Systems Divisions producing a nearly equal share of the total revenue.