New recruits for QSC in Asia Pacific

The new appointments - including Sebastian Chong, pictured - find the company strengthening its presence across the Asia Pacific region.
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The new appointments find the company strengthening its presence across the Asia-Pacific region. Sebastian Chong (pictured) has taken on the role of product specialist, Asia-Pacific region, whilst David Fuller has joined the team as sales manager for the territory. Prior to joining QSC as a product application specialist, Chong worked as a technical sales manager with Architectural Audio in Singapore for six years. With more than 12 years’ experience in providing technical support, system design, product training and solution consultancy, he has been involved in a series of prestigious projects, including L’Arc Casino Macau, Resorts World Singapore, Hyderabad International Airport and Ho Chi Minh Television. “I have been seeking an opportunity to take my experience in installed audio to a regional scale and the position at QSC is a perfect match,” said Chong. “QSC is recognised worldwide as an industry leader, and I’m ready to achieve strong company growth with its exciting product line, both current and new. Along with the sales and marketing team, I believe we’ll do great things together.” New Zealander Fuller has been in the industry for 23 years, during which time he has worked in an MI retail store, performed as a pro-musician, established his own sound rental company and, more recently, worked for JBL Professional and Jands NZ. Webwww.qscaudio.com

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