Boston Acoustics Inc. has appointed CE industry veteran Andrew Clark to the position of product manager, effective immediately.
In his new position, Andrew will be responsible for overseeing Boston Acoustics continuing drive to create and market products that offer new ways for discerning consumers to enjoy the best possible premium home entertainment experiences, according to the company.
Andrew began his career in consumer electronics in the retail industry at Boston area chain Tweeter Etc., in 1993, where he sold premium speaker brands, including Boston Acoustics. He moved to the manufacturing sector in 1996, serving in a variety of key roles at Harman International until 2008. At Harman, Andrew rose to the position of product management vice president, where he drove several innovative products to market for the Revel, Lexicon and Mark Levinson brands. After Harman, he served as vice president of sales and marketing for loudspeaker manufacturer Aerial Acoustics.
"Andrew is a highly capable product manager able to identify potential opportunities in the loudspeaker market and capitalize on them in ways that benefit the company and its customers," said Mitch Nollman, Boston Acoustics' vice president and general manager. "His experience as a team leader in sales, marketing and product management are a perfect fit for Boston Acoustics. His vision, enthusiasm and expertise will be a great asset to us as we continue our drive to expand our product offerings and offer more premium quality, unique solutions for the market."