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Dan Zimbelman Joins PMC Management Team To Head Up Export Business

After three decades with console manufacturer API, joins loudspeaker company and is now responsible for developing relationships with key clients, providing advice on monitoring, and helping customers with product selection.
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Dan Zimbelman, new Senior Export Business Development Manager for PMC.

PMC has announced the appointment of Dan Zimbelman as its new Senior Export Business Development Manager, charged with developing and nurturing relationships with key clients, providing advice on studio monitoring and helping customers choose the PMC products best suited to their needs.

Further, he will also be working closely with PMC partners and resellers around the world to providel training and support, and to understand new formats such as Dolby Atmos for music mixing.

In a career spanning nearly 50 years, Zimbelman has held key positions that include recording engineer and recording studio owner. During the mid-1980s he spent three years helping designer Rupert Neve launch the Focusrite brand of signal processing equipment in the U.S. before moving to console manufacturer API where he served as Director of Sales for nearly 30 years.

Jeff Willcocks, PMC’s CEO, says: “PMC is undergoing a period of incredible growth globally as our extensive range of high quality monitoring products are having a significant impact on the development of new formats such as Dolby Atmos music mixing. Throughout his career, Dan has worked in the upper echelons of the professional studio world and having someone of his calibre on the team at this critical time is an enormous benefit. He understands our industry inside out and shares our philosophy that quality and customer service should always be at the top of the agenda.”

“After a successful career as the Director of Sales for API, the best analog recording console brand on the planet, having the chance to handle International Business Development for the most impressive brand of studio monitors in the world was an opportunity that I just couldn’t pass up,” Zimbelman adds. “I’m looking forward to building on the amazing success that PMC has achieved. It is going to be an exciting challenge to use my experience and the strong relationships I have developed over many years to grow the influence of PMC worldwide.”

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