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Biamp Systems Broadens Sales Presence With Appointment Of Great Lakes Regional Manager
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Biamp Systems has announced the appointment of John Lamberson to the position of regional sales manager for the U.S. Great Lakes region, where he will be responsible for sourcing new business opportunities while supporting the company’s existing client base with sales and customer service initiatives.

As part of the company’s North American sales department, Lamberson will also develop and execute sales strategies for Biamp’s every day and enterprise-grade audio solutions in the region.

With more than 20 years of experience in the pro AV industry, he brings expertise in leveraging relationships with key sales, management, and technical personnel to his new position. Over the course of his career, he has held various sales management positions in addition to being a systems, project, and application support engineer.

“We are very excited to welcome John to our expanding team of management professionals,” says Read Wineland, regional director, Eastern North America at Biamp Systems. “He brings depth and experience to the position, and we look forward to collaborating with him on growing Biamp’s presence within the Great Lakes region. As we strive to continue developing market firsts within the realm of networked audio solutions, his expertise will be an enormous asset to our company.”

“Biamp continues to lead the industry through the development of world-class commercial audio systems installed at leading-edge facilities throughout the world,” notes Lamberson. “I am thrilled to join such a forward-thinking company and I’m eager to contribute to its success by ensuring both steady growth and the provision of customer-first sales and installations within the Great Lakes region.”

Based in Illinois, Lamberson will report to Wineland. He holds CTS, DMC-E, and CMCP-P certifications, in addition to a Bachelor of Science in electronic engineering.

Biamp Systems


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