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JVC appoints new manager to build presence in the Middle East

Bryan Fernandez is confident he can make “a significant contribution” to the area.

JVC has appointed a new area manager to the export division of JVC professional products. Based in the UK office, Bryan Fernandez shall provide support to existing agents in Turkey, Iran and other Middle East countries."Bryan’s role is part of an initiative to significantly build on the existing JVC presence in the Middle East,” says Hajime Yamasaki, deputy managing director JVC. “His addition to the team further strengthens our ability to support our customer base, and to develop and build new business opportunities."Fernandez moved to JVC in July 2002. "With my knowledge and experience of the Middle East region I will be able to make a significant contribution to the overall success of JVC,” enthuses Fernandez. “It is said a person can grow as much as his horizons allow: JVC’s horizons are far and wide so the prospects for growth are enormous."Fernandez has over 19 years experience in the UK cable, broadcast and post production arenas, always focusing on the Middle East regions.

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