Adamson meets Project Energia demand with new addition to team

Ryan Grant has joined as technical sales support as Phase Two of the project gathers pace.
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To meet the demands posed by Phase Two of Project Energia - a project designed to deal with the inefficiencies found in sound reinforcement and performance venue optimisation - and following the success of phase one, Adamson Systems Engineering has enlisted the experience and expertise of Ryan Grant who will come in as technical sales support. Grant has more than 10 years experience of working with acts such as Hawksley Workman, Great Sea and Loan, as well as hire companies including Sound Plus Show Systems and Towers Products – and will use his accumulated experience in tour management, production management, front of house and monitors to oversee and technical sales and support departments. Jesse Adamson, Adamson's director of marketing and sales, said: "The response to Project Energia in Phase One has been met with enthusiasm on all fronts and we are preparing for the unveiling of Phase Two. We selected Ryan to help support the building momentum with Energia after careful consideration. He brings a broad range of experience from our industry and this is a great fit for our firm." Grant added: "I have long requested Adamson products on my technical rider and I'm looking forward to being a part of this very energetic and passionate team. The new generation of technology that we are about to unveil offers touring solutions that are second to none."



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