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DPA Microphones announces a major staff restructure

DPA Microphones has announced a major staff restructure following a year-on-year growth of 20% to May 2006. The move is designed to focus staff in areas where their skills and expertise will most benefit the company, placing DPA in the optimum position for continued rapid expansion.
René Morch, formerly with DK Technologies, has joined DPA as New Development Manager with a brief to oversee all technical projects, optimising the potential of the creative team behind the company’s product development.
The other changes affect three of the company’s co-owners. Ole Brosted Sorensen has become Director of Innovation, steering the company’s technological developments into the future, while Jens-Jorn Stokholm – one of the developers of DPA’s renowed miniature microphone – is Director of Development, ensuring that the company’s direction is realised.
Meanwhile Morten Stove has become Sales and Marketing Director following the departure of Craig Parrish. “I started off in this industry in sales and marketing, and it’s a great time to reconnect with our client base as we bring more new, innovative products to market,” comments Stove.
l.t.r: Ole Brosted Sorensen, Rene Morch, Morten Stove
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