Bryan Hinckley has been promoted to President of audiovisual leader Electrosonic USA. Jim Bowie has stepped down after 30 years as the international audio-visual company promotes its Vice President of Sales.
Electrosonic has announced that Bryan Hinckley is to become their new President. He will take over from Jim Bowie who is stepping down as President/CEO. Jim Bowie clocked up his 30th anniversary with the company at the end of June. He will remain with Electrosonic as Senior Advisor. He was recently awarded the Mackey Barron Distinguished Achievement Award at InfoComm 2017.
Electrosonic is a global audio-visual company. It creates tailored, state-of-the-art solutions for a wide range of markets. Founded in 1964, the company has built a firm reputation for working on complex projects, both large and small. It develops strong, lasting partnerships with customers and suppliers. Beyond complete integrated systems, the company provides a broad range of services including technical design, projector lamp sales, maintenance and operational support.
Hinckley joined Electrosonic in 1999 as a Project Engineer. He subsequently worked as a Project Manager in Taiwan, Japan and North America. He then led Electrosonic’s US Products Division, Design Consulting Team and the Entertainment Sales Group, eventually becoming Vice President of Sales.
“I am very pleased that Bryan will be leading our USA business,” says Steve Leyland, Executive Chairman of the Electrosonic Group Board. “He is an experienced Electrosonic executive and knows the industry. I am confident he can lead the organization through continued growth as we deliver some of the world’s most challenging audio-visual projects for our customers.”
Electrosonic tallied an exceptional 2016. The company started this year with a busy calendar of projects. “I look forward to building on Jim’s strong foundation as we continue to expand our world-class team,” says Bryan Hinckley. “To add more creative technology solutions and further enhance our industry-leading services.”
Sarah Joyce will continue her role as Managing Director of Electrosonic EMEA.