Australian Monitor has appointed Mark Condon as National Sales Manager as it looks to strengthen its position in pro audio and commercial AV markets across Australia.
Owned by Hills Limited (ASX:HIL), Australian Monitor prides itself in producing installation mixers, mixer amplifiers, amplifiers, speakers, microphones and accessories for the commercial and professional audio markets. It exports to 15 countries across Europe, South East Asia and Middle East.
Condon brings over 18 years of AV industry experience to the role, across commercial installation and live sound production. He joins Hills after eight years with Yamaha Commercial Audio Australia, most recently in the role of Technical Sales and Support Manager for Northern Australia. Prior to his role with Yamaha, Condon worked with The PA People in project management, system design and sales, and has worked as a freelance audio engineer since 2001, providing live sound and touring solutions for music venues and production companies across the greater Sydney region.
Hills CEO and Managing Director, David Lenz, said Hills continued to advance the Australian Monitor brand, with a significant investment in research and development, and recruitment of staff to accelerate sales growth. “We’re investing in people, processes and product to ensure exceptional outcomes for our customers,” Lenz said. “We’ve completed a refresh of the entire product line with new releases to come, and we have the expertise to support integrators with system design and engineering.”
General Manager of Australian Monitor, Euan Brown, said that Condon would work with consultants and dealers to grow awareness and expand the Australian Monitor business within the pro AV sector, strengthening and expanding sales channels and developing strategies to drive growth across the region. “Mark’s experience as an audio engineer and system designer means he understands the needs of the end user and can advise the best solution for the application,” Brown said. “His expertise will be an asset as we strengthen Australian Monitor’s presence in the commercial installation sector.”
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