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Martin Guitar appoints Mitchell Nollman as new Global Sales VP

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Martin Guitar appoints Mitchell Nollman as new Global Sales VP

Acoustic guitars and strings manufacturer Martin Guitar has named Mitchell Nollman as its new vice president of global sales.

Nollman starts the role on October 31st and will replace Steve Carletti, who is retiring after 16 and a half years of dedicated service to the company and its customers.

In his new position, Nollman will oversee all domestic and international sales efforts and customer management of Martin’s Guitar and String divisions. He will report directly to Jackie Renner, president of Martin Guitar.

“We are extremely excited to have Mitchell become part of our Martin Guitar family,” said Renner. “Mitchell comes to us with an outstanding background and experience in global sales and consumer technologies. We are looking forward to his leadership as we expand the company’s growth even further.”
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Nollman comes to Martin with over thirty years of global sales and marketing experience with some of the leading innovators in the audio/electronics and MI industries. Before joining Martin, Nollman served for two years as the vice president of sales for Cambridge Sound Management, where he led the global sales team of office sound-masking technology systems to 20% annual growth.  

For two years he served as vice president and general manager of D&M Group, where he led the Boston Acoustic brand globally. Nollman has also held sales and marketing executive positions for 16 years at Bose where he championed and launched some of the industries best-selling products. He also had tenure at Polaroid and General Electric.

“I am honoured and humbled to join the team at Martin Guitar,” said Nollman. “The authenticity and integrity of the brand, products and people are unmatched in the market.  

“I am thrilled to become a part of the rich legacy and heritage of the Martin experience as we continue to grow throughout the world.”

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