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Prism Sound Adds to Team
Cambridge, UK - Sep 7, 2007 - Prism Sound has boosted its technical and sales teams by announcing a number of staff appointments.
Simon Woollard, previously employed as senior acoustics engineer at PC peripherals developer Saitek, has joined Prism Sound as sales engineer for its Test and Measurement division. While at Saitek, Woollard helped develop PC peripherals and consumer audio products such as wireless headphones and loudspeaker systems. Prism Sound's Dscope Series III audio analyzer played a role in Saitek's new product research and development.
The second appointment to the Prism Sound team is Chris Allen, who joins the company as recording hardware sales and support engineer. Allen has spent the last five years studying audio and recording technology, completing Btec and HND music technology courses at Confetti Studios in Nottingham and studying for a bachelor of science in audio recording and technology at De Montfort University, Leicester. He has also worked as a freelance audio production engineer in live and studio environments.
The final Prism Sound appointment is Karen Hunt, who joins the sales and marketing team as sales and marketing administrator. After working in sales and marketing in the UK, Hunt moved to Thailand and worked as a teacher. Hunt is now responsible for processing new orders across Prism Sound's Recording and Test and Measurement divisions. She will also handle trade show exhibition support and internet marketing.
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