Bryston changes owners

Bryston Vice President James Tanner, along with Canadian audio design and manufacturing company Colquhoun Audio, announced the acquisition of the Bryston brand. That is, James Tanner moved from the post of vice president to the chair of the head of the company.

James Tanner came to Bryston back in 1976. In his new capacity, he plans to actively develop a dealer network and create an online B2B platform, where official dealers can order Bryston products. In addition, the new owners intend to improve the work of the sales department, launch a hotline for users with the possibility of online consultation, as well as develop the R&D department. It is emphasized that the production of equipment is planned to remain in Canada.

Former Bryston chief executive Chris Russell is stepping down as CEO but intends to continue working with the firm as a consultant.

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