23 May 2008 — Following the opening of its Tokyo office last month, BBE Sound has announced the opening of a second office in the Pacific Rim, this time in Korea. Located in Seoul, the new regional base will support BBE’s growing technology licensing business. Heading the new office as General Manager of the Korean region is Mr. J.C. Chung who, with 20 years experience within the consumer electronics industry, is well placed to strengthen BBE Sound’s presence in Korea. Said Mr. Chung, “The opening of the Korean office marks BBE’s commitment to better serve our local customers. With our knowledge of and experience in this region, along with BBE’s renowned audio technology, we will be able to provide Korean CE makers with unparalleled solutions.” Endorsing this opinion, Steve Hase, Vice President of Sales and Marketing of the BBE Sound Licensing Division said, “Growing our licensing business is a fluid process that requires dedicated focus and expertise and it is our belief that having an officer near our key Korean CE licensees will propel us towards both our short and long term company goals.”
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