Peermusic Germany Managing Director Lars Ingwersen to Leave Company at End of Year

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Lars Ingwersen

Lars Ingwersen, managing director of Peermusic Germany in Hamburg, is leaving the publishing company at the end of the year. His departure comes after five years with the company to work on new projects in the music market. 

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"The five years that I spent with Peermusic were an extremely exciting time which I found highly enriching," said Ingwersen in a statement. "I experienced the particular fascination of publishing at this company brimming with the creativity of wonderful writers, artists, producers, partners and colleagues. The fantastic team at Peermusic proves how successful a publishing company can be in the national music market. Throughout my career I have always sought new projects and I think that the time has now come for me to take the next step." 

Ingwersen did not tell Billboard any specifics of his future plans.

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Ralph Peer II, Peermusic's chairman and CEO said, "We thank Lars Ingwersen for his work at Peermusic in this era of enormous digital transformation and wish him every success for his new projects." 

Peermusic will soon announce the new management structure for its German company. Peermusic started in Germany in 1955.



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