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Clear-Com announces promotion of Palmer to sales director EMEA

Clear-Com announces promotion of Palmer to sales director EMEA

Clear-Com announces promotion of Palmer to sales director EMEA


Richard Palmer has been appointed Clear-Com’s sales director for the EMEA region, following the retirement of Nicki Fisher. He brings 10 years of existing experience at Clear-Com managing sales for Southern Europe and Africa, as well as previous roles at Audio-Technica and Solid State Logic. Palmer has always had a keen interest in music, having studied music production before working as a lecturer in music technology as well as a recording engineer for CTS Studios.

Chris Willis, senior VP of worldwide sales, commented: “Richard’s deep understanding of the audio industry and his track record of growing even well-established channels made him a natural choice for this critical role, further strengthened by his strong interpersonal skills and wicked sense of humour.”

Fisher served in the EMEA sales director role for Clear-Com since 2014, in which she not only grew sales substantially in the EMEA region but also championed several key industry initiatives related to gender diversity and mentorship. Even after retirement, Fisher will continue in her role as chair of the board of Rise, an organisation devoted to promoting gender diversity within the media technology industry.

Palmer reflected on his appointment: “I look forward to this opportunity to lead a fantastic team of sales professionals and to discover new opportunities to grow the business of our Partners in the region. Clear-Com is enjoying a period of substantial growth with key new capabilities being released in their product offering, and I’m excited to be part of this growth.”

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