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Media Vision Kicks Off Operations in Europe

Media Vision has just announced the opening of four new offices and warehouses across Europe to support the high-demand for conferencing microphones and language interpretation solutions in France, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Scandinavia.

SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Media Vision is the name that keeps coming up in the conferencing systems market. A long-time TAIDEN partner in North America, the company has just announced the opening of four new offices and warehouses across Europe to support the high-demand for conferencing microphones and language interpretation solutions in France, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and Scandinavia.

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With a high-spirited team of 25 exclusively focused on supporting the brand, Media Vision has won key projects in recent years and boasts high-profile references such as the United Nations Headquarters in New York. In North America, the company has four offices – San Francisco, New york, Washington DC and Toronto; They were ranked #535 Fastest Growing Company in 2013 and the fastest growing company in Pro-AV.

The Media Vision European team members will be all out in force at ISE booth 3-A110. François Bestel, Director of Sales in Switzerland, was first to join the Geneva-based establishment in mid-2013. A recognized expert in the field of conferencing and language interpretation, François is best positioned to connect with international organizations.

In November of 2013, Media Vision took another landmark step in its expansion plan with the opening of its largest European establishment in France: a 360 sq. meters office, show room and warehouse near Paris. Antoine Haller has been appointed as Director of Sales for the French company. Driven by his passion for pro-audio solutions, Antoine brings a special expertise for corporate applications, the fastest growing market segment for Media Vision.

The Scandinavian office is opening in Copenhagen, Denmark, in February of 2014 with Sandra Kellermann as Director of Sales. Sandra brings a new perspective to the company having 15 years of experience working for a respected European manufacturer of conferencing systems. She is not only an expert, Sandra speaks fluently 6 languages, she knows the specificities of each country like no other and is able to adapt quickly to the local demand.

Beyond sales activities, the company is also investing in a large rental inventory that will be available to partner companies in need of digital microphones and simultaneous interpretation equipment for all size-events. Media Vision's fourth European office located in Brussels, Belgium, will be dedicated to rentals with inventory also available in Paris. Wholesale rental has been another field of expertise for Media Vision and US-based sister company Conference Rental. In recent years, all have noticed TAIDEN equipment featured in high-profile events such as the G20 Mexico Summit.

With this remarkable team in place and offices in close proximity to major business hubs, Media Vision is well positioned for success. "We are a truly international company now, combining the expertise that every region has to offer" says Fardad Zabetian, CEO of Media Vision, "We are strong thanks to our Chinese manufacturing partner TAIDEN always at the forefront of innovation, thanks to our American roots with a business and service-oriented mindset, and finally bringing into this melting pot the European expertise in conferencing and interpretation systems".

With this fresh new approach, Media Vision is now open for business in Europe.

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About Media Vision

Media Vision is a leading provider of professional wired and wireless conferencing solutions for meeting rooms, VTC boardrooms, training centers, council chambers and auditoriums. Supported by feature-rich, flexible technologies, powerful software, and a dedicated product engineering team, we work with system integrators and consultants to design conferencing solutions that improve the audio in the room, including for distance communication. Additional information can be found at www.media-vision.com

Media Contact: Annabelle Gazzo, Media Vision, 4159319090, [email protected]

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