Audiologic appoints Ben Spurgeon as application support engineer

He joins the company from Sound Technology
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AV equipment provider Audiologic has appointed Ben Spurgeon to application support engineer. 

Spurgeon joins the company from Sound Technology and will be working alongside existing engineer Yavor 'Max' Yanakiev to strengthen the team in response to rising demand for in-house and onsite support from its growing customer base.

Ben has varied experience in all aspects of AV system design and installation in a wide variety of settings and is familiar with all the major professional audio brands, holding a professional certification in Dante Level 2. 

He regularly revisits the University of Hertfordshire - where he got a first-class degree in Audio Recording and Production - as a guest lecturer in the audio-visual field.

Andy Lewis, Audiologic sales and marketing director said: “Ben possesses precisely the kind of expertise essential to support our customers in the often complex and challenging world of contemporary AV installation. 

"He will add another dimension to the excellent work already being carried out by Max Yanakiev, joining a team with an ever-increasing capacity to provide our customers with top-flight service and further sharpening our competitive edge."

Spurgeon added: “I’m hugely excited to be joining the Audiologic team at such an important time for the company.  My background in system design and technical roles within the industry meant that this position really appealed to me, giving me the opportunity to further expand and develop my skills through access to Audiologic's top tier product portfolio. 

"I'm really looking forward to planning and conducting the training courses we'll be running as of early 2018.”

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