ETC announces new Regional Sales Manager positions for UK and Ireland
ETC Ltd has appointed new roles for two employees at the company: Jeremy Roberts as Regional Sales Manager for the UK and Mark White as Regional Sales Manager for Ireland, & UK Rigging.
In his role as Regional Sales Manager, Jeremy will continue to support ETC and High End Systems’ dealers, distributors and customers across the UK and Sub-Saharan Africa sales territories. He will provide strategic and operational management of key clients and continue to identify sales opportunities across these regions.
Jeremy joined ETC 20 years ago from a background in theatre. He worked as the Head of Light and Sound at Nottingham Playhouse Theatre and had experience working in theatre for 15 years before starting with ETC in the London office.
Mark White is also a long-standing employee of the company, having worked for ETC for over 18 years. In his new position as Regional Sales Manager – Ireland, & UK Rigging, Mark will focus on growing the business in Ireland whilst progressing ETC’s stage machinery offering across the UK. As the Rigging sector continues to grow, Mark will concentrate on ETC’s exciting developments in this area whilst also continuing to build customer and dealer relations.
Prior to ETC, Mark worked at the Royal Opera House where he was actively involved in the huge redevelopment of the building, including the large-scale implementation of ETC’s lighting infrastructure and stage machinery. As ETC expands its product portfolio, Mark was a natural choice to manage the rigging sector in the UK and Ireland.
Darren Beckley, Sales Manager – ETC Ltd, comments on Mark and Jeremy’s new roles: “As ETC continues to grow and develop as a business, offering these new positions ensures that there is a sustained effort in driving the business forward.
“They have both been instrumental in the growth of their regions for ETC and High End Systems and their wealth of knowledge and expertise gives me huge confidence that they will be successful in their roles.”