Crescendo Hearing Protection with Steve Collicott
Steve Collicott, Business Development and Sales Director at Crescendo Hearing Protection joins Enterprise Radio. Steve has 20 years experience of the electronics industry initially in semiconductor design before moving into applications management and Marketing.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Steve Collicott discuss the following:
- Tell us a little about Crescendo.
- I know that you guys make hearing protection and ear phones, but what makes you guys different then the hundreds of other companies that makes these products?
- Steve, you are loaded with experience…tell me more about your experience & background.
- Who’s your main target in the US?
- What are your plans for the next five years?
Steve Collicott is the Business Development Director at Dynamic Ear Company and Crescendo and has 20 years experience of the electronics industry initially in semiconductor design before moving into applications management and Marketing. An experienced Managing Director and S&M Director working with several US, Japanese and Korean companies in the mobile telecom, imaging, CE and distribution sectors. Having previously worked in CML’s camera group before managing the Digital Sound Projector division, resulting in the first commercially available semiconductor solution and several FPTV license agreements.
At the Dynamic Ear Company we are working on technologies that allow you to control the sounds you want to hear and those you do not want to.
Using acoustic filters or Dynamic Sound Technology, our innovative sound control products let you hearwhat you want to hear, whilst keeping you protected from unwanted sound.
DST (Dynamic Sound Technology) is a mechatronic system built into an ear bud that automatically controls the sound level reaching the ear, this is achieved without processing the sound or causing distortion. DST lets you hear natural sound as it reaches your ear at your desired level.
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