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HHB Director of Operations Richard Kershaw Retires
London - Apr 16, 2014 - HHB Communications Ltd. is announcing the retirement of Richard Kershaw from his position as Director of Operations.
Richard Kershaw began his long career at HHB in 1983 after meeting Managing Director Ian Jones while working for theatre sound specialists Hardware House. During his 30-year tenure he saw the company launch innovative technologies including the Portadat, CDR-882 and other models, the BurnIt range of CD recorders and FlashMic under its namesake brand, in addition to a variety HHB Recording Media, which continues to be available today. Richard helped grow HHB to be a global leader in the distribution of professional audio technology to the world’s biggest broadcasters, recording studios, post facilities and systems integrators.
HHB, its Soho subsidiary Scrub and music technology supplier Source Distribution have continued to grow exponentially over the years and are a well-respected group of companies specialising in sales, service and technical support for leading professional audio brands. In his role as Operations Director, Richard oversaw the busy UK and overseas distribution arms of the companies and became the go-to guy for many facets of HHB’s business.
division, Scrub serves the needs of the television and film post production industry from premises in the heart of London’s Soho.
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