Mic Cardone Named VP of Sales for A.C. ProMedia

A.C. ProMedia, the new distributor created by A.C. Lighting of multimedia products and solutions aimed at the install and architainment markets, has announced the appointment of Mic Cardone to the position of vice president of sales.

Reporting to Jean-Louis Blanchard, vice president of strategic business development, Cardone joined A.C. North America in April 2018, with the mandate of developing and launching its new division, A.C. ProMedia. As VP of sales, Cardone is also responsible for building and leading a sales team and managing all aspects of the sales function.

Cardone is a seasoned industry veteran specializing in pro AV and lighting with over 30 years' experience. He has extensive experience working with large consulting and system integration groups in the United States, and has a deep knowledge of the architainment market. The company says Cardone brings a progressive sales model and a fresh, new approach to delivering the technology and innovation A.C. ProMedia has to offer.

"I am thrilled to join such a progressive company, known for its quality, and to be part of this exciting new venture!" says Cardone. "A.C. ProMedia is advancing the vision of A.C. by providing the newest innovative media solutions to the architainment industry."

"As a key component of A.C. North America's strategic business plan, I am incredibly happy to be working closely with Mic to build a highly qualified team and develop A.C. ProMedia from the ground up," adds Blanchard.

Cardone says he will be making important announcements about A.C. ProMedia's Team and portfolio within the next few weeks.

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Michael Raine is the Editor-in-Chief at Canadian Musician, Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also hosts the Canadian Musician Podcast.
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