Bradley Watson and Robin Dibble return to Martin Audio

Published: MEA

Bradley Watson and Robin Dibble return to Martin Audio

EMEA: Martin Audio has announced the return of Bradley Watson as EMEA sales manager and Robin Dibble as product support engineer. It is an effort to support the company’s reported sales growth, and comes as the company focuses on organisation, process and control.

‘I left Martin Audio in 2010 after 10 years. I’ve always kept a fond eye on developments, including using its current portfolio of products on installation projects during my six years away,’ commented Mr Watson. ‘The opportunity to re-join, work with the new team and to work the territory I always wanted is a perfect scenario for me. I can’t wait to get going.’

‘Having left the company earlier this year, I missed working with this great team of talented people,’ Mr Dibble stated. ‘When I was asked if I would be interested in returning to the fold, I jumped at the chance. It’s great to be back and I’m looking forward to getting my teeth into some really interesting products worldwide.’

‘Martin Audio's core customers know Robin well. I couldn’t think of anyone better to further our credentials in the installation space given his knowledge, reputation and understanding of Martin Audio products,’ explained Martin Audio MD, Dom Harter. ‘As for Bradley, I’ve known him for many years. He knows the company well, and has worked throughout the installed sales channel, which adds skills and market understanding. I knew that he was the right candidate to take forward our position in EMEA.’

‘We are really building a future at Martin Audio, and with CDD-LIVE! shipping and BlacklineX just launched, it is the right time to boost the team,’ Mr Harter continued. ‘We are investing in our future, and these two appointments will increase our capability in the marketplace and better serve our customers. As Martin Audio continues on the most ambitious product development drive in its history, these guys bring the wealth of industry experience we need to push forward.’

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