Audient makes three additions to service and marketing team
Harry Lewis and Jack Flower join in marketing while Ryan Ellis has been appointed technical support agent.
Following a reported strong period of growth, Audient has welcomed the arrival of three new team members: Harry Lewis, Jack Flower and Ryan Ellis.
The three new recruits bring their diverse skills in marketing, music technology and ‘general zest for life’ to the company.
Two have been added to Andy Allen’s marketing team, with the aim of raising product and brand awareness. Harry Lewis re-joins the company as product specialist. His main role is to create educational and promotional videos for sales and end-users. Marketing assistant Jack Flower is helping to spread the word by boosting Audient’s e-marketing using social media and digital mailouts.
As the new technical support agent, Ryan Ellis is on hand to answer any pre and post sales questions. He is also handling product engineering for future Audient products – an added bonus for the British manufacturer’s R&D department.
All three were introduced to recording on Audient’s ASP8024 analogue console and are passionate about all kinds of music and music technology. Ellis designed his first guitar pedal when he was 12, Flower is a huge reggae fan, while Lewis has Grade 8 in classical double bass.
“It’s great to be in an environment of like-minded people who love music and audio, it creates a nice family atmosphere and allows creativity to flow,” said Lewis.
“I already loved Audient products before I was working here,” added Flower, who records and mixes musicians in his spare time. “It means I can be really passionate about new ideas and spreading the word. I feel like I’m really making a difference already.”