Studiomaster appoints Lebanon distributor

    Boujikian Bros joins new list of partner agents.
    Studiomaster was established in the 1970s as a console manufacturer.
    Studiomaster was established in the 1970s as a console manufacturer.

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    Studiomaster has continued its expansion with the appointment of new international distributors. Audio Distributors International has been appointed to distribute Studiomaster in Canada, Boujikian Bros in Lebanon, and Hi Tech Audio in Mexico.

    Studiomaster international sales manager KM Malik said: “We are extremely pleased to announce agreements with these three new partners, extending our international distribution network still further. Creation of this network has been a priority. With the greatly enhanced production capacity under our new ownership, extensive worldwide distribution is key to the success of our business and re-establishing the brand on the world stage.”

    Meanwhile, in the UK, head of marketing Patrick Almond led a four strong management team, which participated in Audio Pro sister magazine, MI Pro’s Retail Conference & Expo. “The event was aimed at bringing together a limited number of key suppliers with some of the most forward thinking dealers in the country,” said Almond. “It was an excellent opportunity to meet more than 150 existing and new dealers to discuss future market trends and sales methods. For Studiomaster it has opened new doors, and provided us with the opportunity to reinforce the extent to which Studiomaster is once more a serious player in the mainstream PA market.”

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