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Lawo Expands North American Operations
Toronto, ON - Aug 21, 2013 - Lawo North America has appointed two new personnel: Don Bird, VP business development and marketing, and Damian Fink, product support manager. Based in San Francisco and Los Angeles respectively, both Bird and Fink will work closely with one another to provide sales and product support, particularly on the west coast where Lawo recently added a number of new installations. In addition, they will provide expanded resources for Lawo's marketing and distribution channels throughout North America.
Among his many credentials, Don Bird's background includes serving as chief marketing officer for Wohler Technologies where he was responsible for sales, marketing, and product line management; senior vice president of corporate strategy for DTS Digital Cinema, and vice president, sales and marketing for 360 Systems, where he was instrumental in the development and launch of the ubiquitous DigiCart and Instant Replay.
In his new role as product support manager throughout the U.S. western region, Damian Fink will be focused on project realization, product support, training, and product demonstration. Fink has extensive experience in audio console technology, having previously worked with Studer, and as a recording products specialist with NEP/Sweetwater, most recently in the capacity of technical audio engineer, supporting production of a popular Los Angeles-based late night talk show.
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