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HHB named as Avid’s top audio partner in EMEA

Posted on: Thursday 28th of February 2019

HHB Communications Ltd., has been named Avid’s Top Audio Dealer in EMEA, for the fourth time.  The award was officially presented to John Johnson (HHB’s CTO) and Nikki Pascoe (Head of Sales at Scrub, HHB’s post-focused division in the West End of London) at the Broadcast Video Expo 2019.

“This award is the culmination of many years of solid collaboration between Avid and HHB, and particularly the staff at Scrub”, said Simon Caton of Avid. He continued, “HHB and Scrub had a fantastic year in 2018, and we look forward to continuing the close relationship into 2019 and beyond.” Mark Pascoe, director of sales and marketing for HHB commented, “I couldn’t be happier that the teams’ continued dedication to customer support has been recognised.”  Pascoe continues, “We’ve converted many amazing projects this year, solidifying existing relationships and building some new ones along the way. Customers continue to recognize the value in working with us and we look forward to supporting these and all our customers in the coming year.”

HHB’s commitment to customer support is paramount. Johnson says, “The HHB and Scrub technical support teams act almost as an internal resource for our customers. And along with the ACSR qualified team, our customers also have access to a wealth of critical spares, a central London training and demonstration facility arguably second to none, and the knowledge and experience of a tight-knit team willing and able to help at a moment’s notice.”

Meanwhile, at BVE, HHB have been demonstrating a range of Avid Pro Tools hardware and software, including Pro Tools | S6 control surface, Pro Tools | S3 compact and portable control surface and Pro Tools | Dock for intelligent studio control and time-saving touch workflows.

 



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