Sebastian Chong David Fuller QSC
QSC has strengthened its presence in the Asia-Pacific market, adding two audio professionals to help consolidate the company’s market profile in the region – Sebastian Chong as product Specialist for the Asia-Pacific Region and David Fuller as sales manager.
Before joining QSC, Mr Chong worked as a technical sales manager with Architectural Audio in Singapore for six years, a company recognised as a leading distributor of installed DSP products in Asia. With more than 12 years experience in technical support, system design, product training and solution consultancy, he has been involved in a series of prestigious projects such as the L’Arc Casino Macau, Resorts World Singapore, Hyderabad International Airport and Ho Chi Minh Television. ‘I have been seeking an opportunity to take my experience in installed audio to a regional scale and the position at QSC is a perfect match,’ he said. ‘QSC is recognised worldwide as an industry leader, and I’m ready to achieve strong company growth with its exciting product line, both current and new. Along with the sales and marketing team, I believe we’ll do great things together.’
New Zealander David Fuller is an industry veteran of 23 years. After leaving college in 1987, he worked for nine years in a musical instrument retail store, at the same time performing as a professional gigging musician, recording his own album, and setting up his own sound rental company. In 1996, he joined Jands NZ as national sales manager, with QSC in his brand portfolio. During this period he was also contracted to an Australian Broadcast company as the RF audio engineer. In 2000, he joined JBL Professional in the role of market development engineer for the Asia, Africa, Middle-East and Latin America territory, and became involved in designing and/or commissioning high-profile sound-system installations. He was also the line array systems engineer for high-profile live events ranging from the 2002 China National Day Celebrations in Shanghai to the 2002 FIFA Soccer World Cup Opening Ceremony in Seoul. Returning to New Zealand in 2006 to establish a Southern Regional office for Jands NZ he is well qualified to take on his new role for QSC.