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TASCAM Promotes Joe Stopka to VP

Joe Stopka, TASCAM

TASCAM, a division of TEAC of America, has promoted former director of business development Joe Stopka to vice president of sales and business development. In his new position, Stopka leads TASCAM's sales, marketing, and product marketing teams for all of the Americas.

A long-time industry veteran, Stopka launched his career as a studio guitarist, composer, and producer. He then transitioned to sales and marketing, working with MI and pro audio technologies at a leading US AV integration and pro audio rep firm and distributor before joining TASCAM in 2016. As vice president of sales and business development, Stopka is charged with building a stronger position in the pro audio and AV integration markets and further strengthening the company's brand recognition in the MI marketplace.

"We are very pleased with Joe's leadership," declares TEAC of America president Koichiro Nakamura. "His ability to build processes for sales account management with CRM implementation and to innovate new product directions will usher in a new dynamic era for our iconic brand, TASCAM."

"TASCAM is a legendary brand in professional audio, and it's powered by an extremely talented team," Stopka responds. "We're very well positioned to build on our existing strengths and explore new directions. I'm honored to have this opportunity, and I'm excited about what we at TASCAM will accomplish together."

Joe Stopka is based in Chicago and can be reached at (847) 867-8920 or jstopka@teac.com.

WWWwww.tascam.com


(19 September 2017)

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