New Account Managers

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Tyrell, the leading broadcast, professional video and audio solutions provider in the United Kingdom and Ireland, has announced the expansion of the UK sales team, with the appointment of Chris Luff and Chris McClure. The appointment of these two account managers reflects Tyrell’s continued investment in the UK market.

Chris Luff has held numerous business development roles in the broadcast communications industry for companies such as and GB Labs and Channel Dynamics. Most recently Chris Luff was the Business Development Manager at Rohde & Schwarz.

Tyrell are Recruiting

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Due to continued expansion Tyrell are looking to recruit two full-time Sales Account Managers to be based in our London office.

The primary responsibility of these roles is to sell the brands represented by Tyrell to direct accounts in the Broadcast, Corporate, Theatre and Post Production verticals. The account managers will develop new business from existing clients as well as actively seek new sales opportunities.

We are looking for high achieving, results driven candidates, who have experience of meeting and exceeding revenue objectives. Ideal candidates will have a minimum of two years channel experience and understand the importance of creating long-term, trusting relationships with clients.

Tyrell promotes Lynn Keegan to Chief Operating Officer

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London – October 18, 2018 – Tyrell, the leading broadcast and professional video and audio solutions provider in the United Kingdom and Ireland, today announced the appointment of Lynn Keegan to Chief Operating Officer. Lynn’s appointment reflects Tyrell’s continued investment in the quality of customer experience.

In her new position, Lynn will oversee all customer-facing departments including Customer Support, Professional Services and Operations as well as Technology and Innovation for Tyrell. This role includes responsibility for customer success-focused activities as well as driving operational excellence across the organisation.

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