Orban Adds Technical Staff

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Dennis van Benthum

Scottsdale, AZ - Aug 30, 2013 - Orban has hired Dennis van Benthem as sales and technical support engineer and Tobias Winter as Orban technician. Van Benthem will be based in Amsterdam, and Winter will be based at Orban's European Headquarters in Ludwigsburg, Germany. These two new Orban professionals will assist in demonstration, technical assistance, and on-site consultation for Orban Optimods throughout Europe, the Middle East, Africa , Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

Tobias Winter

Working together with Orban VP of European Operations Peter Lee, and Senior Sales and Technical Support Engineer Peter van Beusekom, Orban customers will benefit from the experience Dennis van Benthem gained working over five years at Business News Radio in Amsterdam, and prior to that seven years at the Dutch Broadcasting Corporation. There he was responsible for setting up and creating these broadcaster's signature sounds.

Tobias Winter will be supporting the local engineering and development staff in Germany, reporting to Orban Director of Research and Development Thomas Krey.

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