Welcome to Wild and Marr, The Sound Professionals
Wild & Marr was founded in 1944 and has a rich heritage of providing specialised service and support to the professional audio industry. Through the years Wild & Marr's legacy in the industry has resulted in the company being the foremost distributor and installer of professional audio equipment in Southern (and Sub-Saharan) Africa and has become synonymous in providing tailored solutions for the MI, AV, Rental, Broadcasting, Professional and Systems Integration Markets.
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Wild & Marr will be hosting an ENCO Systems Workshop on Tuesday 4 November (and repeated on Wednesday 5 November 2014), targeted at the Broadcast Industry.
The workshop will be conducted by Gene Novacek, president and owner of ENCO Systems.
“This is the first workshop we are hosting with ENCO since we were nominated as a distributor earlier this year,” says Andrew Sorrill, sales and marketing manager at Wild & Marr. “We were looking for broadcast automation software to complement our portfolio of products directed at this market and are quite impressed with how powerful and versatile ENCO is, with an exciting list of partners and customers.”
ENCO Systems is the manufacturer of DAD, DADtv and enCaption. ENCO provides world-class radio automation, audio for video, and automated captioning solutions to the broadcast and A/V industry. They have been delivering quality solutions to markets on six continents for over 30 years.
Further queries regarding the workshop can be directed to Anneke Wagner email@example.com or +27 11 974 0633
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(L-R) Freddy Sicko (MD, Shure MEA), Joe Copans (MD, Wild & Marr), Chicco Hiranandani (Manager, Shure MEA)
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