Soundbar and consumer electronics brand Evolve Audio has announced that it has appointed MidwichHome as its UK & Northern Ireland distribution partner to the independent retailer channel. With stock of the brand’s first product about to arrive, MidwichHome is already promoting the brand and its first product – the Evolve Audio SB-2501 soundbar.
A new company to the market, Evolve Audio was set up in 2013. After two years of development, Evolve Audio is now about to launch its first product in the UK – the SB-2501 soundbar – with a product roadmap of products launching throughout the rest of the year and into 2017.
Sales and marketing director Philip Bass (pictured right) commented: “We’re very excited to be launching our first product, as the work behind the scenes has been immense. It was vital that we worked with a focused and experienced team from launch, and I am delighted to be partnered with MidwichHome as we look to develop a high quality distribution network across the UK.”
MidwichHome divisional manager retail Neil Drain (pictured centre) said: “We’re delighted to be representing Evolve Audio and we are already getting great feedback from our customers. As soon as we saw the SB-2501, we knew that it was a product that would be very competitive in the UK market and we see our customers getting behind it in a big way. We look forward to working with Philip and the team as the brand expands its product range and firmly expect it to be a huge success in both the UK and Northern Ireland.”
MidwichHome consumer AV category manager Andy Bott (pictured left) added: “Since seeing Evolve Audio’s prototype products, we’ve been excited about the brand and the direction it is taking. We were particularly impressed with the quality of the finish and the easy set up, which we know our customers are going to like. We are convinced Evolve Audio will be a force for the future and it will be a key focus brand for us over the coming months.”
The Evolve Audio SB-2501 soundbar will be available from MidwichHome during the second half of April 2015.