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‘The environment is driven by passion’: Diogo Scutti returns to Audiologic

Scutti returns to the company to take on the role of applications support manager

Diogo Scutti has returned to UK pro audio solutions provider Audiologic in the role of applications support engineer.

Scutti rejoins Audiologic after spending three years as project engineer with SSE, a position that involved responsibility for system design alongside a focus on developing standards of interface management.

Throughout his 20-year career he has played a major role in both live production and systems integration in many world-famous events and locations, among them the opening and closing ceremonies at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and a key part in providing an audio system for Tottenham Hotspur’s new stadium in 2019. More recently, he headed up a large team responsible for a brand-new audio experience at Ascot Racecourse.

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“It is with great pleasure and delight that we welcome Diogo back into the business”, said Ben Spurgeon, senior application engineer at Audiologic. “Diogo’s experience in large-scale projects and expansive system design will help to push our technical offering even further and we are thrilled to have him back on board. Each member of the team has varying experience and Diogo is a perfect fit to keep expanding the team’s vast knowledge base.”

“I am very excited to have the opportunity to re-join Audiologic,” added Diogo. “The leadership calibre and vision of the management team have created the environment in which my return makes sense.  I look forward to adding to the team’s collective expertise and utilising my specialist knowledge in audio and video protocols and digital networking to help Audiologic continue to thrive. The environment is both friendly and collaborative and driven by the passion and vision that will enable us to meet the challenging business environment ahead.”