French audio equipment manufacturer Digigram has announced the appointment of a new management team, effective in January. Three of the company’s Senior Executives will step up as Directors, including:
- Florence Marchal (pictured left) is appointed as Director of Finance, Human Resources, and Legal Affairs. A senior Digigram staff member, Florence joined Digigram in 2000 and became the company’s CFO;
- Nancy Diaz Curiel (centre) is appointed as Director of Sales, Marketing and Communications. Since 2010, Singapore-based Nancy has overseen Asian & Pacific operations, including products distribution. While remaining in Singapore, Nancy’s new role will include the supervision of teams and projects worldwide; and
- Xavier Allanic (3rd from left), Digigram’s current VP Sales EMEA & Americas since 2018, steps up as Director of operations. Xavier will now oversee the company’s general operations and supervise R&D projects, as well as customer support and manufacturing.
Jérémie Weber (pictured right), company CEO since 2017, remains Chairman of Digigram Group and will focus on the Group’s global strategy, oversee investment prospects, growth projects and secure relations with shareholders.
“I am very pleased that Digigram’s operating capacity is fully deployed with this new organization, as we engage towards unfolding our vision and perspective for the coming years,” says Weber. “I have worked in the past with each of [the new executive team], I am convinced that Florence, Nancy and Xavier’s bond as a team will flawlessly turn the company’s projects into success stories.”
In reecent years, the company has expanded its product ranges thanks to a solid policy of products distribution, accelerating the developments and release of professional audio IP solutions, and addressing new markets and users’ needs, focusing recent efforts on the remote broadcasting segment.
The company’s CEO says the roadmap for the next years supports these new directions.
“Our ambition for Digigram is to strengthen its position as a key player and expand its structure to become a reference in the audio industry,” says Jérémie Weber. “Our target is to deliver Digigram branded solutions acknowledged as the simplest to use and the most reliable on the market, along with Digigram products’ longstanding reputation.”
Digigram currently has 45 employees in France and Singapore and says it has maintained a fair level of export and domestic activity in 2020 despite a fragile context worldwide due to the pandemic. It has garnered acclaim for its IP-based audio contribution solutions (IQOYA range) and its continuous and agile support to the broadcast industry in times of lockdown. Swiftly deployed, the IQOYA range featured Digigram signature user-friendliness and reliability to enable the media to remote broadcasting seamlessly.