Audio manufacturer Klipsch has announced that industry veteran Mike Dyer has rejoined the company as Eastern Regional Manager of Sales for its U.S. team.
Dyer returns to Klipsch as a seasoned professional with more than 30 years of experience in sales, product development, product and sales training, and management from previously held positions at Sound United and Phase Technology He had worked at Klipsch early in his career, and actually hired current Klipsch President and CEO Paul Jacobs.
In his new role at Klipsch, Dyer is responsible for increasing market penetration for the Klipsch and Jamo brands in the eastern region of the U.S., mentoring and training the sales team, and strengthening strategic relationships with valued partners. “He is a true leader, fierce competitor, and dynamic speaker and trainer. He has a lot of history and unwavering passion for the Klipsch brand,” said Tommy Jacobs, vice president of sales for the Americas at Klipsch Group, Inc.
Dyer added, “I am a Klipsch fanatic. I first purchased a pair of Klipsch Heresy speakers in the early 1970s. Since then, I've sold Klipsch at retail, owned multiple pairs of Klipsch speakers, and had the pleasure of working for Paul Klipsch and Fred Klipsch in the 1980s and 1990s. I feel like I’m part of the Klipsch family, and truly feel as if I'm coming home after 25 years away.”
Klipsch’s previous Eastern Regional Sales Manager, Patrick Shaughnessy, has accepted a newly created position leading a strategic growth category for the Klipsch U.S. sales team.