Push’s new sales agents are Audio Industries in Queensland and PCA Marketing in Western Australia, it announced today.
To keep up with popular demand, Push has appointed interstate sales agents to act as the first point of contact for its dealers.
“With new additions slated for our product range and the growth of our dealer base in each state, the next logical step for us was to partner with local sales agentsand distributors,” said Push Controls managing director, Ben Green.
“After meeting with several potential distributors in Queensland and Western Australia we believe we have found the right companies to promote Push Controls.”
The appointment of the new sales agents comes at a time of significant growth for Push Controls, with the successful launch of Push Lite and several new products set for release in coming months, including the “game-changing” PC1 automation control processor.
The new agents will represent Push Controls and assist new and existing dealers, giving them even better support through local channels.
“After meeting with Laurie Douglas and his team from Audio Industries it was immediately clear thatnot only are they experienced and dedicated, but they share the same passion for the industry asus,” said Green.
|“Our meeting with PCA Marketing in WA was of a similar nature. Peter Cutts and his team are wellknown for their technical knowledge and previous experience with Nevo remote controls.”
Audio Industries owner Laurie Douglas, said “we spent a lot of time looking for a qualitycontrol system that would complement our existing product ranges from Kordz, James Loudspeakers and Napa Sound Labs.”
Since its launch in 2010, Push Controls has sought to become an important player in the Australasian AV control industry.