Aphex Expands with New Headquarters in Burbank, Calif.

Nov 3, 2011 6:29 PM

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After more than 22 years in its Sun Valley, Calif., location, Aphex has relocated to new headquarters at 3500 N. San Fernando Blvd. in Burbank, Calif. The move was a natural progression for the company as its relatively new owners—David Wiener and Robin Sibucao bought the company in 2010—continue their efforts to rebuild the brand.

photo of Aphex headquarters in Burbank

“Over the past year, we’ve been working diligently to advance and elevate Aphex’s products, performance and brand,” says Wiener, who serves as Aphex’s CEO. “A key point to our plan has always been to create a more inspiring, energized and modern work environment for our team. The new space delivers on all counts. We couldn’t be happier with the end result.”

Aphex’s new headquarters are located in a new stand-alone building in the heart of Los Angeles' recording and entertainment industries. The first floor houses management offices and shipping along with an oversized conference room for meetings and promotional events. The second floor is devoted entirely to engineering and product development, testing, demonstrations and training.

“Our new headquarters reflects a new culture at Aphex," Wiener adds, "one that thrives on creativity, cutting-edge technology, exceptional customer service, and, perhaps most important, unlimited possibilities. We’re excited about the future; the best is yet to come.

Visit Aphex at www.aphex.com.






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