APT Opens U.S. Offices, Makes Appointments
Boston - Jan 22, 2007 - APT has opened two new sales offices in the United States and made two sales appointments for the company's North American operations. Kevin Campbell, formerly European sales manager with APT has taken the post of VP North American operations, and Ted Nahil, formerly of Harris, has been appointed as national accounts manager.
APT opened the new offices to better accommodate its existing and expected future user base in North America.
Ted Nahil has been in broadcasting for more than 30 years. He spent six years in the Broadcast Communications Division of Harris as sales and channel manager for Intraplex products and has also worked for Greater Media Detroit, Noble Boston, Shamrock and Salem Denver. He has been a chief engineer or director of engineering for facilities in Boston, Detroit and Denver, and in satellite radio and TV in Avon, CT, and Detroit. In his new role as national accounts manager, Nahil will serve the radio and TV STL customers in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean.
Kevin Campbell has worked with APT since July 2003, and has been quickly promoted through the ranks holding a number of sales and customer support roles with responsibility for customers throughout Europe and the United States.
Most recently, as European sales manager, he secured major projects and tenders with Canal Sur, PT Emitel and Euro Radio. AS VP North American operations, Campbell will work to grow APT's market share among the broadcast and post-production communities in the United States and Canada.
APT's headquarters are in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The company also has has sales offices in Japan and Germany.
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