Meyer names Pablo Espinosa VP R&D
24 September 2008
USA - Meyer Sound has announced the promotion of industry veteran Pablo Espinosa to vice President of research and development. A long-time Meyer Sound associate, he comes to the role from his previous position as the company's director of loudspeaker R&D.
In his new position, Espinosa will work closely with company CEO and co-founder John Meyer to drive the strategic technological direction to expand the company's dynamic growth in recent years. Espinosa will lead the engineering and R&D departments to create audio solutions. He will also continue to oversee the operations of the technical writing and service personnel.
"Pablo has long been a driving force in Meyer Sound's product development and he has made significant contributions to so many other areas within the company," says John Meyer. "He has proven himself to be a leader and an innovator. In his new post as VP of R&D, Pablo will be positioned to take on an even stronger role in Meyer Sound's future."
In addition to Espinosa, Meyer Sound has also announced several key leadership promotions within the engineering and R&D departments at the company's headquarters in Berkeley: Alex Garcia Rubio has been promoted to director of loudspeaker development, Dean Marshall has been named director of project management, and Alexander Yuill-Thornton II has been promoted to director of digital development.
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