Mountainview, CA (June 9, 2009)--Euphonix has announced some personnel changes in the UK.
Euphonix has appointed Chris Hollebone as operations director, Mark Hosking has been promoted to director of sales and Devin Workman has been hired as a full-time product specialist for Euphonix Europe Ltd. Growing pro audio sales coupled with the UK office assuming the UK distributorship for the Artist Series media controllers prompted the need for a larger sales team.
In his new role, Hollebone will focus on sales development in Russia and CIS, Baltic States, Poland, Hungary, Romania and the former Yugoslavian countries as well as retain responsibility for Italy and France. "The increase in business triggered all these appointments," explained Hollebone. "As my managerial responsibilities increased, it made sense to appoint Mark to take a strategic view of the total sales operation in our region."
Hosking joined Euphonix in 2003 as sales manager and was instrumental in the development of business in the United Kingdom, Ireland, India, the Middle East and Africa. After 18 months in that role, his territory was expanded to include India, the Middle East and Africa. In March 2008, Hosking assumed responsibility for Germany, Scandinavia and Benelux regions handing over responsibility for India, Middle East and Africa to Dominic Jacobson who joined Euphonix at that time. In February 2009, Hosking took responsibility for the Artist Series distribution in UK and Ireland.
"For the past year, Devin Workman has been working with part-time with us and in that time, he has established a great rapport with our dealers and end-users. We are proud to have him aboard full-time," Hollebone further explained. "Devin's vast experience working as a mixer makes him the ideal candidate to evangelize the Euphonix Artist Series. The overwhelmingly successful debut of Artist Series media controllers last year and now the introduction of our newest controller, the MC Transport, leads me to believe Devin will be extremely busy in this new role," concluded Hollebone.