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Mick Whelan Joins Adamson Systems As Director Of U.S. Operations
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Mick Whelan has joined Adamson Systems as director of U.S. operations, where he is tasked with overseeing all sales and customer service activities in the United States.

“We are thrilled to have someone of Mick’s caliber join our team,” says Brock Adamson, CEO of Adamson Systems. “His experience as both a live sound engineer and working with manufacturers and reps will be invaluable to our organization.”

The pro audio veteran started his career as chief engineer for Electrotec and moved into positions with JBL, Crown, Electro-Voice, and more recently, served as manager of the global relations department for Sennheiser. Whelan has extensive experience working with audio engineers, manufacturers and distribution networks.

“Mick brings a wealth of experience and knowledge that we’ve been looking to add to our team,” notes James Oliver, director sales & marketing at Adamson Systems. “After a few short conversations with Mick we knew he would be the perfect addition to increase Adamson’s visibility in the United States.”

Whelan adds, “I’m looking forward to my new role at Adamson Systems. It’s a dynamic company with amazing technology and terrific plans for the future. I’m excited to be a part of it.”

Adamson Systems


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