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D&M Holdings Reorganizes Sales and Marketing Group
Mahwah, NJ - Oct 5, 2008 - D&M Holdings has formed a new operational group to oversee sales and marketing of its professional products in the Americas. Named the Business and Professional Group - Americas, it unites all D&M Holdings' professional businesses under one sales and marketing banner. The Business and Professional Group - Americas will manage the Allen & Heath, Calrec Audio, Denon DJ, Denon Professional and Marantz Professional brands.
D&M Holdings acquired Calrec Audio in August 2007 and Allen & Heath in April 2008.
The company announced several appointments to the newly created group's executive team. Courtney Spencer was named senior vice president, Business and Professional Group - Americas. He will oversee sales and marketing for all of D&M's professional brands in the Americas. For 12 years, Spencer was a vice president and general manager for Sony Electronics' Broadcast and Professional Group.
Jim Wilmer was promoted to director of sales for Calrec Audio. Wilmer was Calrec's U.S. sales manager for the past eight years. Claude Hill was appointed regional sales manager for Calrec for the central and eastern U.S. and for Latin America.
Paul Mathis continues as senior vice president of sales and marketing for D&M Professional - Americas, which includes Denon DJ, Denon Professional, and Marantz Professional. Neil Altneu has been named the director of sales for Denon DJ. Altneu most recently served at Pioneer Electronics.
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