Uniden appoints 25-year veteran as first Australian managing director

Vic Sacco has replaced Kaz Yoshino as the managing director of Uniden Australia and New Zealand. Yoshino has returned to Japan. This is first time Uniden has appointed a local managing director for the company.

Uniden media statement:

“This promotion marks the next step in Sacco’s long and successful career at Uniden.  Sacco first joined Uniden as a sales representative in 1988, and has now been working with the company for 25 years. 

“He held the role of NSW state sales manager for six years, before being promoted to national sales manager in 2012.  Over this time, Sacco has significantly shaped Uniden’s sales business and will bring his wealth of experience and understanding of the Uniden brand to his new role as managing director.

“In addition to his role as sales manager, Sacco has spent the last few years growing Uniden’s consumer business for storage and networking vendor Buffalo, and has been responsible for driving growth across the company’s key product categories.”

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Vic Sacco media statement:

“I am very excited to be taking up the role of managing director at Uniden. In my 25 years with the company, the consumer electronics industry has evolved at a rapid pace, and Uniden has moved with it to become a global leader in the market and a true innovator in wireless communication.

“I believe a strong business relies on three things: good staff, good relationships and good product. Over the last few years the staff at Uniden Australia and New Zealand have shaped our business and allowed us to be in the leading position we are today.”

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