Updated Regional Structure, Promotions at Sennheiser

Mar 26, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors


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Sennheiser Electronic Corporation recently made key moves in its sales and distribution organization. The changes are designed to leverage the talents of its personnel, maintain a high level of customer support and accommodate the company's ongoing growth.

Pictured: Sennheiser’s South/Central regional sales manager (all brands) Rick Renner

As of January 1, 2004, the professional division sales force began operating across three geographic regions: West, South/Central and Northeast. This will allow the company to reduce geographically the size of each territory, devote more resources within each territory to key business issues, provide increased customer service and expand sales. To help spearhead operations in the new regions, SEC has promoted key sales personnel and hired additional staff.

Rick Renner, has been promoted from Midwest professional products territory representative to South/Central regional sales manager (all brands). Renner joins fellow regional sales managers Lee Stein (West) and Mark Humrichouser (Northeast).

To support the activities of the three regional sales managers, the company promoted Tim Murray, who recently joined SEC from HHB, to the newly created position of assistant regional sales manager Western region. Jim Schanz will now handle the Northeast, with the South/Central ARSM position to be announced soon.

For more information, visit www.sennheiser.com.

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