Electrosonic has announced today that Rob Smith is to be the new Sales Manager of the Cultural Entertainment and Leisure (CEL) business – working with the company’s clients in the theme park, museums and visitor attractions sector- for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Joining Electrosonic two years ago as Client Account Manager for the CEL team Rob acted as the single point of contact for visitor attractions clients and so is well acquainted with theme parks, museums and other cultural attractions. This experience, coupled with his ability to consistently exceed expectations, has led to rob’s promotion.
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Electrosonic’s Cultural Entertainment and Leisure business delivers a complete set of audiovisual services, including custom designed audio, video and control systems and on-site service solutions. Custom solutions are provided for theme parks, museums, hotels, science centres and visitor attractions. Clients in the attractions industry include producers, designers, curators, fit-out contractors and the attractions owners and operators themselves.
“Rob brings new ideas and fresh thinking to Electrosonic. His management roles throughout his career made him a perfect choice for this newly developed position at Electrosonic. I admire his keen business skills as well as his strong relationships with our clients, suppliers and associates.” said Chris Conte, VP of Entertainment. “He will now use his experience to lead our team of sales and design consultants to develop further relationships and business with key clients across Europe”.
With twenty years in the audiovisual industry, first as an installation and service engineer, then in the roles of service manager, project engineer and project manager, Smith has been responsible for successfuly delivering projects and ensuring client satisfaction for two decades. Before joining the AV industry, Smith was in the Royal Air Force as an avionics engineer.