Scott Robbins Named Executive Vice President of Sales, Harman Professional
Northridge, CA - Dec 4, 2012 - Harman Professional President Blake Augsburger promoted Scott Robbins to executive vice president of sales. Robbins assumes worldwide responsibility for sales operations including management of Harman Professional’s regional sales programs, its target market sales programs and all technical service and support.
Robbins is a 12-year veteran of Harman Professional having been with Crown International when it was acquired by Harman in 2000. Prior to his appointment as vice president of sales, he was senior director of worldwide sales and before this he held a range of senior sales roles with Harman Professional and Crown Audio. Robbins has more than 25 years experience in professional audio sales and previously worked with Bose Professional. He holds an associates degree in electronic engineering and a bachelors degree in organization management.
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