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Green Named AES Business Development Manager

AES executive director Bob Moses has named Steve Green as the new AES business development manager.

New York, NY (May 23, 2012)—AES executive director Bob Moses has named Steve Green as the new AES business development manager.

An audio systems and applications engineer, and technical marketing manager, Green will focus his energies on expanding the AES constituency and maximizing the value of its assets and services.

“I’ve known Steve Green over 20 years,” Moses said. “I was his customer for more than half of them, and I learned that I could go to Steve whenever I needed an honest answer to a question, or help getting my project out the door. I want that experience for all AES members, exhibitors and attendees. His mission is simple: Talk to people and find out how we can make AES better. Then, as we used to say in the manufacturing business, ship it.”

Sharing his thoughts on his new position, Green remarked, “As an AES member for over 30 years, I have a personal interest in the continued success of the organization. My primary goal is to increase the value of the AES for the individuals, companies and educational organizations within the audio community. One of the unique attributes of the AES is the incredible diversity in the interests and focus areas of our members. Facilitating the exchange of ideas and knowledge both within and between these groups is something that only the AES is in a position to provide. I look forward to meeting with many old friends and to building many new relationships on my new journey.”

Green has worked for the past 20-plus years with integrated circuit manufacturers focused on audio products, primarily with Crystal Semiconductor/Cirrus Logic. He has held various positions including applications engineer, applications manager and technical marketing manager. In November 2010, he was awarded an AES Fellowship, “In recognition of two decades of valuable contributions to mixed-signal audio design and implementation.”

See the current digital edition of Pro Sound News for an insightful interview with Green.

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