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Event Communications Australia becomes Green-Go distributor

Event Communications Australia becomes Green-Go distributor

Event Communications Australia becomes Green-Go distributor

Australia:

ELC Lighting has appointed a new distributor in Australia for its Green-Go range in the form of Event Communications Australia. ELC is the manufacturer of the Green-Go digital intercom systems designed for event production and broadcast applications. The new Sydney-based partner is a specialist provider of professional comms systems for the events market.

To meet the demand for Green-Go products throughout the country, Event Communications has been forming new relationships with partners around the country while also hiring Robbi Nassi, a well-known figure in South Africa’s production industry, as a Green-Go specialist. ‘We see great potential for Green-Go Digital in this market,’ commented Nassi. ‘We’ve seen success from live events through to broadcast, and we’re sure it will continue its growth into sporting events and other exciting potential areas of use. The Green-Go system is easy to grasp, yet offers powerful control and the ability to interface with existing party-line systems, two-way radio, four-wire devices, remote bridging – and all completely scalable. It’s the only IP-based event communications system on the market, it’s well priced and offers a simple solution for basic to complex communication.’

Nassi joined Event Communications from his previous role at Johannesburg-based Electrosonic SA. Having recommended the Green-Go brand to his former colleagues, Electrosonic found the technology to be an ideal fit for its distribution portfolio, and the manufacturer has simultaneously appointed the distributor as its newest partner in South Africa. ‘We welcome Event Communications Australia and Electrosonic South Africa to our growing family,’ stated Green-Go’s Silvio Cibien. ‘Both companies are experts in their markets, have a passion for production and put their customers first, all of which makes them ideal partners for Green-Go. We are excited to hear more about the possibilities for customers in these territories.’



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