Aviom announced several staff promotions at Prolight+Sound 2010. Aviom has moved to a more streamlined and efficient global sales organization for 2010
Gary Lee, who has held several successful sales positions with Aviom has been appointed director of sales for the Americas, a territory that includes all of North, South and Central America.
Lee will continue to cover the Northeastern U.S. region, in addition to overseeing and coordinating all sales activities throughout the Americas. In the Western U.S., Denny McLane will continue as regional sales manager.
Additionally, Shawn Stahmer, who previously held the position of director of U.S. sales, will move into the role of director of business development, which is designed to make all of Aviom’s marketing, sales and customer support efforts even more productive.
“Aviom is leveraging the individual strengths of its team members in ways that will support the success of both our internal and external sales force. The goal is to provide both outstanding products and service to our customers all around the world,” says Carl Bader, Aviom’s CEO.
“We believe these changes will cultivate efficiency as we continue to pioneer our Pro64 product line and replicate our successes with the world’s leading personal mixing system.”
Internationally, Nick Williams, Aviom’s marketing and sales director for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, has been given the added responsibility of the Asia Pacific region, which was previously managed by Jonathan “JP” Parker. Williams already has experience working in this part of the world and his location in London gives him a great advantage to serve the region. Parker will continue to be responsible for Canada, Central America and South America while also assuming responsibility for several U.S. territories including the Southeastern U.S