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Alcons Audio opens India offices

James McGrath 17 May 2012
Alcons Audio opens India offices

Dutch audio manufacturer Alcons Audio has announced the opening of two new offices in Mumbai and Bangalore, India.  The offices will provide customers with full factory support as the company takes the next step in its international distribution presence.  “A brand like Alcons requires direct factory support so that we can give reliable and sustainable technical advice and customer support,” says Alcons Audio India MD John-Paul Douma (picture, second from left). “It is a commitment to our brand and to India, saying: we’re here and we’re here to stay.” Alcons’ India team will comprise a sales manager and technical support manager Dhaval Mastaka (second right) and Amesh Sharma (far left), respectively – both of whom have worked for Harman – and a head of marketing, Akshatha Sirsikar (middle), who has a background in the Indian music industry. Alcons will be pitching its ‘Evolutionary Audio Solutions’ in India primarily to the touring systems, installed sound and cinema market segments. At the same time, the company will also be promoting its range of line arrays for touring systems, including the newly announced LR24 mid-size line-array. “Apart from being a growth market, India has a rich cinema tradition and we have the optimal products for this,” says Tom Back (far right). “Developments like 3D and digital cinema have enhanced the cinematic experience and Alcons’ Cinemarray cinema systems generate a sound quality equally superior," he added. “Together they create a whole new level of cinematic experience.” www.alconsaudio.com 

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