Exertis ProAV Australia Appointed to Distribute TAIDEN in Australia


Strengthening its existing long-range business development initiatives in the region, TAIDEN, the industry-leading manufacturer of award-winning conferencing systems, has appointed Exertis ProAV Australia to serve as its value-added distribution partner in Australia. 

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According to Exertis ProAV Australia President & CEO Kevin Kelly, “TAIDEN’s successful market development of advanced conference system technologies has produced an outstanding range of solutions for every size of meeting environment, from conference rooms to auditoriums, classrooms and large-scale congresses.”  

“Spanning 15 different styles and more than 700 distinct product solutions, TAIDEN offers a solution for every type of meeting.  The addition of this vitally important line to our portfolio of branded solutions brings a new range of options to our resellers and the customers they serve,” Kelly emphasized.

Exertis ProAV Australia General Manager Nick Cocks noted that, “TAIDEN solutions have been applied in some of the world’s most important and prestigious venues and events, including the United Nations headquarters in New York, the Council of Europe (COE) headquarters, the G20 Summit, APEC Summit, IMF-World Bank Annual Meetings, ASEM Summit and BRICS Summit.  Because of their relentless pursuit of product excellence, TAIDEN has emerged as one of the world’s most trusted brands in the global conferencing marketplace.”

According to TAIDEN General Manager of their Overseas Marketing Department Christy Fang, “Exertis ProAV Australia’s extensive knowledge of the communications and conferencing needs of all customers across all of the vertical markets we serve is going to play an important role in helping us to drive our long-term sales growth in Australia.  We are excited to team up with a value-added distribution partner who knows how to listen to real-world customer needs and design resulting solutions that meet specific customer needs.”