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Revolabs Positions Itself for Future

1/12/2011
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SUDBURY, Mass., January 12, 2011– Revolabs, Inc. (www.revolabs.com ), a leading provider of wireless microphone systems, today announced managerial changes to the sales and business development areas of the Company, including the hiring of Mark Hardardt, as Vice President of Global Sales.
 
The hiring, combined with the promotion of Gregory Shalov to Senior Vice President of Business Development, will accelerate the adoption of Revolabs wireless audio products in the Unified Communications market. Gregory successfully led the Global Sales organization through its exponential growth and is now going to be focused on strategic initiatives for Revolabs. Mark Hardart brings over 25 years of experience in selling and managing sales teams around the globe. With his proven ability to develop, recruit, and manage sales and services organizations in companies of all sizes, he is very well-suited to lead the Revolabs sales team. The mandate of both the Global Sales and Business Development organizations is to maximize the revenue potential of Revolabs’ innovative wireless audio products.

“Revolabs has experienced dramatic growth by providing innovative audio solutions to the Unified Communications market. As we look forward to releasing new and break-through solutions to this exciting market, we are pleased to announce these important changes,” said Martin Bodley, Revolabs President and CEO. “I am certain that these changes will further establish Revolabs as a world-class organization positioned for the future.”

Revolabs, Inc. manufactures wireless audio products used throughout the world and across a wide range of applications including conferencing, recording, podcasting, webcasting, and broadcasting. The Revolabs HD Wireless Microphone Systems provide superior audio performance for video- and audio- conference calls, recording, broadcasting, public address systems, and other collaboration applications. All of the Revolabs products facilitate natural mobility by allowing participants to move about a workspace with no wires to worry about. The Revolabs Wireless Microphones which are available in wearable, tabletop, XLR adapter and the latest Countryman adapter form-factors, are wireless, secure (encrypted), rechargeable, and flexible, and GSM-impervious. The company is headquartered in Maynard, Mass., USA, and can be reached at 1.800.326.1088 or on the web at www.revolabs.com . 

Revolabs and HD Wireless Microphones are a trademark of Revolabs, Inc. or its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries. All other company names or product names may be the trademarks of their respective owners.
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