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Meyer Sound Establishes Meyer Sound UK

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FRANKFURT, GERMANY-Meyer Sound has incorporated its business in the U.K. by establishing Meyer Sound UK Limited. Over the past few years Meyer Sound has made a series of strategic hires in the U.K. market, adding Roger Harpum to its sales force, John Pellowe to oversee Constellation efforts and now, long-time industry veteran Dave "Wiggy" Wiggins to the newly created position of director of marketing for Europe. In addition, education program manager Gavin Canaan recently relocated to the U.K. in order to further develop Meyer Sound's worldwide educational program in Europe.


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