LYNX Technik UK hires new BDM

Ray Davis takes over as business development manager to acquire new customers in UK
Ray Davis
Ray Davis


LYNX Technik UK, a division of LYNX Technik AG, provider of modular interfaces for broadcast and professional AV signal processing applications, has hired Ray Davis in the new position of business development manager.

In his role, Davis’s focus will be to acquire new customers in the UK region, as well as work with existing customers on their broadcast infrastructure needs. Davis brings nearly 40 years of experience in the media and entertainment industry to LYNX Technik.

Over the course of his career, Davis has developed a wealth of sales, marketing and business development expertise in the hardware and software broadcast marketplace, and has been instrumental in building the success of a number of small to mid-size companies.

Davis previously held the position of UK sales & business development manager at Crystal Vision, another signal processing provider.

During his stay at Crystal Vision, Ray negotiated a number of high profile broadcast and government projects, resulting in new clients and double digit revenue growth.

“Ray will be an incredibly valuable resource and terrific addition to our team,” said Clive Haydon, managing director, LYNX Technik UK.

“His knowledge, vast experience and relationships with both our end-users and partners will strengthen and expand our position in the broadcast industry. Ray’s background and persona are a great fit for us as we continue to grow the LYNX Technik brand in the UK.”


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