(Hayward, California--March 25, 2008) Wohler Technologies Inc. today announced the appointment of Kim Templeman-Holmes as vice president of sales and marketing, a position in which he will be responsible for leading Wohler's sales and marketing teams while taking on a key role in strategic planning and product and business development.
"Over his career, Kim has become an expert in leading world-class sales and business development efforts for top companies within the audio industry," said Carl J. Dempsey, Wohler president and CEO. "As we continue our focus on developing a strong international awareness of Wohler solutions, his knowledge and guidance will help us to identify, create, and capitalize on new growth opportunities. We're very pleased to welcome Kim to the company."
Prior to joining Wohler, Templeman-Holmes served as vice president and general manager of Harman Pro North America, where he directed business activities including sales and marketing P&L, operations, and customer service for the company's Studer, Soundcraft, and AKG brands.
Before moving to the U.S., Templeman-Holmes was sales director for DAR, where he was responsible for restructuring national and international operations. Prior to that he was managing director of Studer U.K. and previously served as international sales director for Trident Audio Developments, where he defined and implemented the company's global sales and distribution strategy, forming profitable new business links within U.S. and Asian markets.
Templeman-Holmes is based at Wohler's California headquarters and reports directly to Dempsey.
About Wohler Technologies Inc. and PANORAMAdtv
Since the company's inception in 1987, Wohler Technologies' video products division, PANORAMAdtv, has been a world leader in providing in-rack audio and video monitoring solutions for the broadcast, motion picture, and professional audio/visual markets. The San Francisco Bay Area-based company offers a comprehensive range of products that simplify analog and digital source monitoring in facilities of all sizes and complexity. More information is available at www.wohler.com