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April 08, 2024

Caroline Henricson appointed as Chief Commercial Officer for Tobii Dynavox

Tobii Dynavox AB (Publ) today announced the appointment of Caroline Henricson as Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) and new member of the Executive Management Team. She will assume the position April 15, 2024.

The new Chief Commercial Officer role will expand and complementTobii Dynavox’s current executive management team. In her role as CCO, Caroline will be responsible for the following areas:

  • Acapela Group (synthetic voice solutions) andRehadapt (mounting solutions for assistive technology), Tobii Dynavox’s market leading stand-alone subsidiaries
  • Mergers and acquisitions 
  • Overall company strategy


"We are thrilled to welcome Caroline to our leadership team," said Fredrik Ruben, CEO of Tobii Dynavox. "Caroline will be a great fit, with her personality and drive combined with valuable experiences and expertise. The appointment of Caroline further strengthens our ability to grow and pursue our vision of a world where everyone can communicate.”


“I am excited to join Tobii Dynavox team and to contribute to the growth of the company and its meaningful, life-changing mission. I look forward to bringing my experience from a range of strategic topics in the healthcare and public sectors from across Europe,” said Caroline Henricson.


Caroline Henricson holds a MSc from Stockholm School of Economics and brings over 15 years of experience in management consulting from McKinsey & Company, the last five years as Partner and leader of Nordic Social, Healthcare and Public sector practice.

Caroline Henricson


Dynavox Group AB (publ) is the parent company for Tobii Dynavox, the global leader in assistive communication. Headquartered in Stockholm, and listed on Nasdaq Stockholm (DYVOX), Dynavox Group, together with its brands has over 700 employees and serves customers in 65+ countries. Tobii Dynavox’s custom designed solutions enable people with disabilities such as cerebral palsy, ALS, autism and spinal cord injury to communicate with a voice of their own, develop literacy skills and live more independently. To date, hundreds of thousands of people worldwide have benefited from our integrated solutions, which include hardware, software, clinically developed language systems, mounting solutions, training, and dedicated support. We offer extensive funding expertise to facilitate funding for as many people as possible. As voice and motor impairments are common among our users, our solutions are accessed via alternative methods, such as eye gaze or touch screen. Using AI-based speech synthesis, we offer users a personalized voice identity in over 30 languages, for children and adults.