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Symmetry Electronics Promotes Ken Davison to President

Los Angeles CA – 9/23/13:  Symmetry Electronics Corporation, a technical semiconductor distribution leader, today announced that it has promoted Ken Davison to serve as President of Symmetry Electronics, effective immediately. Davison, a 29-year industry veteran, will be responsible for the strategic direction, day-to-day operations and performance of Symmetry Electronics globally. Symmetry Electronics is a global authorized distributor of electronic components, specializing in serving the Audio/Video, Wireless, and Embedded markets.

Davison joined Symmetry in 2013 as Vice President of Business Development. Prior to joining Symmetry, he held numerous strategic roles at both Avnet Electronics and Memec. Davison joined Avnet in 2005 with the company’s acquisition of Memec, where he served as Vice President of Sales for Memec United.  While at Avnet, he served as Vice President Area Director and, most recently, as Vice President of Supplier Business Development.

“Ken’s broad experiences  in the industry, along with his strong history of sales, marketing and demand creation leadership experience make him an excellent choice to lead Symmetry,” said Gil Zaharoni, Symmetry’s CEO.  ”I am confident Ken will be successful in accelerating our growth in the marketplace.”

Davison holds a bachelor’s degree in Communications from California State University, Northridge.

 

Ken Davison – Symmetry Electronics President

About Symmetry Electronics

Founded in 1998, Symmetry Electronics is a global supplier-authorized electronics distributor, providing value-added distribution of technology products, solutions and services to industrial and commercial markets. Symmetry Electronics is ISO 9001:2000 certified and offers electronic components, modules and solutions for a variety of customers across the globe through their sales offices or from their award-winning ecommerce division, www.SemiconductorStore.com. For more information on Symmetry Electronics or to view their complete line card, visit www.SymmetryElectronics.com.