Audient adds to marketing and technical support teams

Audient adds to marketing and technical support teams

Published: WORLD

WORLD: Having recently undergone a period of growth, Audient has continued the trend with the addition of three new appointments. Ryan Ellis joins the company as a technical support agent, while Harry Lewis and Jack Flower join the marketing team, filling roles as product specialist and marketing assistant respectively.

Mr Ellis will answer any pre or post sales queries that Audient customers may have. He reportedly boasts an enthusiasm for product engineering, and when not busy providing technical support, will build 3D models of the components for the manufacturer’s future products.

Mr Lewis and Mr Flower, meanwhile, will report to Andy Allen. The former will produce educational and promotional videos, targeting both sales and end-user applications. The latter will share Mr Lewis’ videos as part of his role boost the company’s e-marketing campaigns, using platforms such as social media and email.

‘I already loved Audient products before I was working here,’ explained Mr Flower. ‘It means I can be really passionate about new ideas and spreading the word. I feel like I’m really making a difference already.’

‘It’s great to be in an environment of like-minded people who love music and audio,’ added Mr Lewis. ‘It creates a nice family atmosphere and allows creativity to flow.’

www.audient.com

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