Jul 23, 2012
BEAVERTON, Oregon — Biamp Systems, a leading provider of innovative, networked media systems, has introduced Robin Ghose as Regional Manager to the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC). Ghose will be based in Bangalore, India and will report to Mex Exner, Regional Director, EMEA, Biamp Systems.
As Regional Manager, Ghose will be responsible for furthering Biamp's growth in the region and continuing to expand relationships with high-level end users together with Biamp's partners. He will be taking an active role in developing sales and growth strategies as well as handling distribution networks across multiple countries in the SAARC region.
"As Biamp continues its global expansion it is vital that we invest accordingly in a sales team that can support the needs of each region," said Mex Exner, Regional Director, EMEA, Biamp Systems. "Robin will be a strong addition to our global sales team because he understands the importance and art of sound technology and is committed to delivering a superior customer experience. Robin's extensive experience in the AV industry will play a key role as we continue to strengthen our position within the SAARC market."
Ghose comes to Biamp from Pro Visual Audio where he was Director of Sales & Marketing, responsible for the development and management of distribution networks across multiple countries in the SAARC region. Prior to this, Ghose served as Regional Sale Manager of Harman International Industries' Pro Audio Division. Ghose has also held various positions at Powermatic Security Systems, EVI Audio and AMX India.
"Biamp is a well-respected market leader in sound technology and has a global reputation for providing a truly excellent range of products and solutions," said Robin Ghose, Regional Manager, SAARC, Biamp Systems. "When I looked at the level of commitment Biamp provides to its customers, as well as its influence across the industry, I knew that joining the global sales team was the right decision. I look forward to growing Biamp's presence in the SAARC region by providing the highest quality of service and support possible."