We are delighted to announce today that Adam Beaumont will join the CHAINMASTER team as Global Brand Manager with immediate effect. The 49-year-old Englishman will be available directly from UK and will represent the CHAINMASTER brand on the international market in future through trainings, sales activities and customer visits making it even stronger.
Looking forward to his future roles, Mr Beaumont is full of enthusiasm: “I’m looking forward to working with the CHAINMASTER team, developing the brand and promoting it around the globe.” He sees the key to success not only in the quality products, but also in a total package of products, training and excellent customer service.
Adam gained a lot of expertise in the entertainment sector during his career, firstly as a technician for touring theatres & corporate events and later in project management, sales and rental for rigging companies and last but not least as EXE Technology Brand Manager at Area Four Industries. “I have a wealth of experience working with and supporting clients in many different areas of the entertainment industry,” adds Adam.
Benjamin Göldner, CEO of CHAINMASTER, is pleased about his new team member: “Adam will enrich the entire team and also the brand thanks to his many years of experience in the industry.” Adam Beaumont will be available via mobile: +44 (0) 7517 382007 or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since the market launch of CHAINMASTER products in 1994, the medium-sized, Saxon-based company has developed into one of the world’s leading manufacturers of hoist technology in the event industry and offers a comprehensive range of products for all requirements from set-up operations to complex scenic movements to complete automation of performances. National and international projects are accompanied individually from planning to implementation through to user training. The worldwide network of CHAINMASTER Consulting Offices, commercial partners and trained service companies guarantees comprehensive after-sales service. CHAINMASTER now exports to 55 countries worldwide. The company’s references include projects such as the new Elbe Philharmonic Hall in Hamburg, the Louvre in Lens, the Stockholm Opera, the Almaty Ice Arena, the Kremlin State Palace, the 2014 Olympic Games in Sochi and the Helmut List Hall in Graz.