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Nov 15

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Straubing, Germany At the IBC in Amsterdam, the foundations were laid for a stronger commitment of the company to the Eastern European and Russian markets. The most important measure taken was the recruiting of Stephen Rodway.

In Stephen Rodway, RTS & Telex has added a specialist with vast experience and expertise in the areas of broadcast, intercom and telecommunications, thereby dramatically strengthening its human resources in the region. A graduate of the Cambridge College of Arts & Technology, Rodway has assumed responsibility with immediate effect for Eastern Europe and the rapidly growing Russian market.

Comments Nico Lewis, Director sales CCS EMEA: "I am absolutely delighted that we have been able to secure the services of yet another seasoned expert to add to our team. Stephen has already accumulated many years of precious experience in the broadcast, intercom and telecommunications market and has been active in a leading role for the last seven years in a variety of regions. Throughout this period, his technical expertise and outstanding contacts invariably brought great success. I am sure that with Stephen on board, we will be able to improve still further our position as market leader in Eastern Europe and Russia."

"For years I have admired the innovations and company philosophy of RTS & Telex," says Rodway. "To be a part of the firm now fills me with pride." Among Stephen Rodway's hobbies are old motor bikes, his record collection and river navigation.

For more information, visit the RTS & Telex Intercom website: www.telexintercoms.com

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