Wilson Audio have announced that Bill Peugh has joined the firm to further facilitate its continuing growth and market share. Bill will serve as an Account Manager and Training Specialist for international and U.S. accounts. Bill Peugh comes with a wealth of experience within the Industry, having spent the past year-and-half as the managing director at Transparent Audio. For the prior fifteen years, Bill worked as the Eastern Sales Manager at Sumiko (which later became a part of Fine Sounds), where Bill was instrumental in initiating, building and strengthening business relationships while teaching, and supporting at the highest professional level. In his position at Sumiko/Fine Sounds, Bill managed accounts east of the Mississippi, as well as key dealers in the western US, Canada, and Puerto Rico.

Bill joins Wilson Audio as an Account Manager and Training Specialist to continue Wilson Audio’s ongoing success and commitment to developing active strategic relationships with its resale partners in North America and Europe. We are confident that Bill will enhance Wilson’s efforts in this and in other important areas.

John Giolas, Director of Marketing said, “I have known and have worked with Bill in various capacities for nearly thirty-five years. Bill’s wealth of experience and industry knowledge has already made him a key addition to the Wilson Audio Company family. We view his appointment as a sign of our vigilance to maintain our role as the leading company in our industry. Our continued growth and the increasing demand from our customers led us to look for an addition to our team who will fit in with our culture of top- of-market quality and exceptional service. It is very fortunate that the timing was such Bill was able to fulfil this role. I’m confident that Bill will play a key role in Wilson’s ongoing success and its unequalled cultural dedication to serving its constituency of accounts.”

 

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