Posted 9th Oct 2017

Aquavision appoints EMEA business development director

By KBBDaily on 9th October 2017 - 11:05am

Waterproof television company Aquavision has appointed Ronnie Turpie as its new director of EMEA business development.

In his new role, Turpie will be responsible for developing the company's “international territories, partners, channels and vertical markets”, Aquavision said. He brings with him “extensive international business management experience” within consumer electronics both in the UK and abroad.

“Ronnie is well known in the industry and brings a wealth of international business development experience as well as valuable knowledge in both the UK and overseas sectors,” said Aquavision managing director Alastair Benn. “He will be an asset to our fast growing team at Aquavision.”

Turpie added: “I have joined a progressive company at a very exciting time. I am looking forward to developing this great British brand. The industry is extremely fast moving, and it will be my job to grow the business and infrastructure as well as expanding the business overseas and appointing new distributors.

“The brand already has an excellent reputation and technically we have some of the leading experts in the field, people who are experienced in developing brands that are innovative but which also meet the real needs of our customers.”

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