Trust Network client presented with Messe Frankfurt export award at MIA/NAMM sponsored industry event in London

Messe Frankfurt and the MIA have recognised the export achievements of a Trust Network client.  At the annual MIA Awards sponsored by NAMM on November 24th Trust Network’s client, Nuvo Instrumental, was presented with the BEST EXPORT INITIATIVE AWARD for its instrument, the Clarinéo.

 

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Brendan Murray, Managing Director of Trust Network commented, “We’re knocked out that Nuvo has had its efforts publicly lauded at such high levels in our industry.  We’re delighted to have helped the Clarinéo get to market in over 20 countries in only its first full year and brought the instrument together with top-notch distributors across the world.

 

Cordelia von Gymnich, Vice President of Messe Frankfurt, said, “The Clarinéo is a great tribute to the development of the community of music makers and therefore internationally a remarkable export innovation.”

 

Presenting the award to Graham Lyons (centre), inventor of the Clarinéo, is Jon Gold, President of MIA (left).  Also pictured is Dominic Holland, TV star and entertainer in the UK who acted as MC for the evening.

 

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Murray’s enthusiasm for the Clarinéo and what it can mean for the music industry is clear: “Graham has devoted some 20 years of his life to developing this super solution to enabling children from as young as six to begin playing music on a professional-sounding instrument with no compromises in range, expression or tone.  As an industry, we have for the first time an affordable, full size, musically sophisticated instrument that six years olds can play.  That’s an unheard of combination.  With it’s teach-yourself DVD, CD and tutor book it’s also a wonderfully packaged product to offer all parents and grandparents looking to spend £130 to £150 on consumer gifts for their children and grandchildren.  Not only is the Clarinéo an ideal door-opener for very young children into music, it is also a perfect way for the music industry to access the large six-to-ten year old age group with a greater likelihood of creating more life-time musicians.  Every music store in the industry can be selling it, helping to take more market share for music making, growing their future business and the music industry as a whole.”

 

Manufacturers or brand owners in the MI or pro audio industries wanting to place their products with great distributors should contact Trust Network at this email address info@thetrustnetwork.com or ring + 44 1633 441361.

 

Retailers wanting to sell the Clarinéo should contact the UK distributor Tomandwill on 08450 945 659 or at info@tomandwill.com

Messe Frankfurt and the MIA have recognised the export achievements of a Trust Network client.  At the annual MIA Awards sponsored by NAMM on November 24th Trust Network’s client, Nuvo Instrumental, was presented with the BEST EXPORT INITIATIVE AWARD for its instrument, the Clarinéo. 

 

Brendan Murray, Managing Director of Trust Network commented, “We’re knocked out that Nuvo has had its efforts publicly lauded at such high levels in our industry.  We’re delighted to have helped the Clarinéo get to market in over 20 countries in only its first full year and brought the instrument together with top-notch distributors across the world.

 

Cordelia von Gymnich, Vice President of Messe Frankfurt, said, “The Clarinéo is a great tribute to the development of the community of music makers and therefore internationally a remarkable export innovation.” 

 

Presenting the award to Graham Lyons (centre), inventor of the Clarinéo, is Jon Gold, President of MIA (left).  Also pictured is Dominic Holland, TV star and entertainer in the UK who acted as MC for the evening.

 

Murray’s enthusiasm for the Clarinéo and what it can mean for the music industry is clear: “Graham has devoted some 20 years of his life to developing this super solution to enabling children from as young as six to begin playing music on a professional-sounding instrument with no compromises in range, expression or tone.  As an industry, we have for the first time an affordable, full size, musically sophisticated instrument that six years olds can play.  That’s an unheard of combination.  With it’s teach-yourself DVD, CD and tutor book it’s also a wonderfully packaged product to offer all parents and grandparents looking to spend £130 to £150 on consumer gifts for their children and grandchildren.  Not only is the Clarinéo an ideal door-opener for very young children into music, it is also a perfect way for the music industry to access the large six-to-ten year old age group with a greater likelihood of creating more life-time musicians.  Every music store in the industry can be selling it, helping to take more market share for music making, growing their future business and the music industry as a whole.”

 

Manufacturers or brand owners in the MI or pro audio industries wanting to place their products with great distributors should contact Trust Network at this email address info@thetrustnetwork.com or ring + 44 1633 441361.

 

Retailers wanting to sell the Clarinéo should contact the UK distributor Tomandwill on 08450 945 659 or at info@tomandwill.com