White Mark expands into region

Audio specialist appoints new agents for ME and Indian markets.
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White Mark, which specialises in the design and build of audio production facilities for the music and broadcast markets, is expanding to the Middle East and India following the most successful year in its 15 year history.

It has appointed Jeffrey Marcedo and Dylan Hilton as its new agents. The appointments will enable White Mark to offer its high quality acoustic and design services to music, broadcast and film dubbing clients.

David Bell, managing director of White Mark, says: “Jeffrey and Dylan are experienced audio professionals with high level contacts in India and the Middle East. We are now focusing our attention on these areas as we believe the market is ripe for expansion, particularly among film industry clients who are looking to build high-end dubbing suites. White Mark has extensive experience in this area, with film dubbing and post production facility projects completed or currently running for many European customers including Savalas, Hackenbacker, Real World, Molinaire and Spool, together with numerous others in Russia, Africa, the Far East and the Americas, both North and South. We feel the time is right to improve our direct communication with India and the Middle East and that having associated personnel in place who can deal directly with clients locally will result in a more effective service, particularly in the early stages of projects.”

 

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