The Audiotonix executive team have a strong track record of delivering results for customers, staff and investors. With a passion for innovation and a wealth of market and functional experience, the industry respected team have a proven history of integrating and managing new business units and multi-brand strategies.
By creating a collaborative culture within the technology and operational teams across the brands, the team consistently deliver efficiencies driving the Company’s growth plans and strong returns for investors.
James has been CEO of Audiotonix since 2014 and Managing Director of DiGiCo since 2007. Prior to this, James was Sales Director at DiGiCo and has more than 20 years of experience in the professional audio industry having started as a trained sound technician.
James has been CFO of Audiotonix since August 2016. Having qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Andersen in 1993, he has been a former partner at Silverfleet Capital and consulting partner to the Private Equity Industry.
Helen has more than 25 years experience having joined Soundtracs (predecessor to DiGiCo) during the 1990s. In 2007 she became Operations Director of DiGiCo, and in her current role as Chief Operating Officer delivers group wide support on company issues across HR, compliance and operations.
Tony has been in his current role with Audiotonix since 2015, having formerly served as Operations Director at Allen & Heath for ten years. He has over 30 years experience in UK and off-shore manufacturing.
Nigel has been in his current role since 2014 having previously spent three years as Operations Director at Music Group. Prior to that Nigel worked for 12 years in management roles at audio group HARMAN.
Neil has been at Audiotonix since July 2015 having formerly been Head of R&D at Vertu and as R&D Officer at Nokia for seven years. He has an MBA from Henley Management College and a First Class Degree in Engineering.
Martin joined Audiotonix in 2017 having spent the past eight years in senior marketing and commercial roles within broadcast and media. He previously spent eleven years at Avid Technology in their Audio division working within live sound, studio and post production, and has a background in electronics and music.
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