Nox Medical Introduces a New Team Member


Falk Fuessel has been appointed the Director of International Sales for Nox Medical.  He will be leading the expansion of Nox Medical distribution network in markets outside the Americas.

Falk Fuessel has a background in biomedical engineering and started his career in Sales. Succeeding in different positions in Sales and Marketing in the Medical Devices business he joined Embla as International Sales Manager in 2006. In this position he was developing Sales with great success in Europe, Asia and Middle East and later took the lead of the Embla Sales team as Director of International Sales.

“I am proud that I got the opportunity to join the Nox team and to contribute to future business success of the company. Icelandic Sleep Diagnostic products always had a high reputation and great appreciation around the world. The Nox Medical team in Iceland has continued this path of innovation and I am convinced that the most recent and upcoming developments will lead Nox to become the technology leading company in Sleep Diagnostic in the future. Based on that technological background I am looking forward to develop the business side and to support Nox Medical in becoming a major player in the Sleep Diagnostic markets” Falk Fuessel said.

Petur Mar Halldorsson, the CEO of Nox Medical said:

“We are happy to get Falk onboard.  With the number of international business partners growing rapidly we need people with expertise and experience in the field of sleep diagnostics, to support that growth and help our distributors to grow their businesses. People with the experience that Falk has is rare to find, and we both proud and happy in welcoming him onboard as one of the Nox team members”.

Topic: Company Updates

Nox Medical
Nox Medical is a global leader in the sleep diagnostic technology space. The company provides sleep specialists with patient-friendly diagnostic devices and robust, reliable data collection. With easy-to-use medical device technology, Nox Medical eliminates common diagnostic pain points by prioritizing patient comfort and reliability of results, allowing providers to better assess, diagnose and treat the entire range of sleep health issues, including sleep apnea, circadian disorders and insomnia.