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Genelec Expands with Staff Appointments
Natick, MA - Oct 6, 2006 - Genelec has made three key appointments. Paul Stewart is now product specialist at Genelec. Stewart will be responsible for educating and motivating manufacturer's representatives and retail sales personnel, helping serve the needs of Genelec's dealers, and offering clients onsite counsel and loudspeaker calibration for installations including broadcast, studios and home theater projects. A graduate of the Berklee College of Music, he draws on more than 10 years experience in professional audio sales to high-end production facilities and individual artists around the globe. As a project consultant, he has provided design expertise from equipment specification to layout and system integration. Stewart has designed and installed numerous wiring systems in recording studios as well as home theater and multi-media rooms.
Dan Pye has joined Genelec in the position of sales support. He will also handle warehouse maintenance, trade show representation and daily shipping/receiving. Pye is a recent graduate of the University of Massachusetts - Lowell where he received a degree in sound and recording technology. While at the university, he studied classical and jazz bass, along with music theory and ear training. Most recently Pye has been tutoring junior high school students in mathematics while working as a staff engineer at a multi-track studio, recording and mixing diverse music projects.
Amy Tran has been named sales administrator at Genelec, making a smooth transition from her prior role at an authorized Genelec reseller and CEDIA member. She is now responsible for order processing, establishing new accounts and providing dealer sales, general office and marketing administration at Genelec. Tran has more than four years experience in sales support, order processing and HT project management along with general office administration.
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