In response to growing sales in Northern Europe, Meyer Sound has appointed two new distributors in the region. Moscow-based Major Sound is the new distributor for Russia, while Sonus Exsertus, based in Vilnius, Lithuania, will represent Meyer Sound in its home country as well as the other Baltic states of Latvia and Estonia.
Headed by industry professionals with more than 25 years of experience, Major Sound was recently formed exclusively to provide sales and technical support of Meyer Sound products in Russia. The company is launching a new education program, translating marketing materials into Russian, representing Meyer Sound at trade shows, creating online events, and backing all sales with certified service technicians and local parts inventory.
“Meyer Sound has a unique story and we are proud to become part of their worldwide team,” comments Yaroslav Udovik, CTO of Major Sound. “We are working to bring communication between Meyer Sound and our customers up to a new level, and in doing so we will realize the huge potential for expanding the brand’s impact in the Russian market.”
Sonus Exsertus is an established company headed by a team of professionals with decades of combined experience in electronic engineering, sales and marketing, and project management. The company has broad expertise in both audio and acoustics, and also represents DiGiCo mixing consoles in the region.
“Sonus Exsertus and Meyer Sound form the perfect synergy,” states Head of Sales Ram?nas Alenskas. “We don’t just supply boxes, but rather we supply systems and solutions that offer genuine benefit to the customer. We are impressed with the technical skills and enthusiasm of the entire Meyer Sound team, and we will work with them to provide audio professionals in the Baltics with top-notch education and training as well as timely system design and technical support services.”
Both new distributors will be coordinating their activities in consultation with Maxim Shevchenko, Meyer Sound’s sales director for Russia and the Baltic States.