Revolabs' Audio Conferencing and UCC Market Growth Drives Sales Leadership Promotion

New Appointment Positions Company for Further Success

SUDBURY, Mass. -- Aug. 2, 2016 -- Revolabs®, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, today announced Philip Stanley has been appointed to the role of regional sales manager for Northern Europe. The announcement comes as a part of a recent team expansion at Revolabs as it continues to grow market share in the audio conferencing and unified communications markets.


Stanley has been an influential member of the U.K. sales team at Revolabs over the past six years, having been responsible for many of the company's key partner relationships. He brings to the position more than 12 years of AV sales success across education, corporate, and public markets.

"Philip's efforts and industry knowledge have been instrumental in Revolabs' sustained growth in the U.K.," said Russell Harpham, regional director for the EMEA region. "This appointment is a reflection of his dedication and commitment to our customers and will further strengthen our dramatic growth in the UCC marketplace."

In his new position, Stanley is responsible for relations with both distributors and key resellers in Northern Europe and Scandinavia, including Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Sweden, and the U.K.

More information on Revolabs solutions is available at www.revolabs.com.

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About Revolabs
Revolabs delivers better communication in the world of business with professional microphone systems and conference phones for telephony and unified communications. The company's introduction of wireless microphones for conferencing revolutionized business communications by allowing unprecedented freedom in meetings. Revolabs' ability to produce superior sound in large, complex spaces inspires a full portfolio of conferencing solutions that enable the most reliable and natural conversation in every meeting space. With a full range of choices -- from installed to simple plug-and-play systems, wireless or wired solutions, and local or cloud-based management -- Revolabs offers the most flexible and uniform set of solutions to accommodate the needs of the entire business. Revolabs is a wholly owned subsidiary of Yamaha Corporation, one of the world's most respected names in audio. Together they are redefining the market for business audio solutions. The company is headquartered in Sudbury, Massachusetts. More information can be found at www.revolabs.com.

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