Michael Webb

As a former touring and studio musician, Mike Webb performed with artists, Hank Williams, Jr., Charlie Rich, Jerry Reed, and others. Later, he began working as a salesman in a retail music store in upstate New York. He and his family moved to Huntington, West Virginia, where he managed the pro audio sales department for The Pied Piper, Inc. Later, Mike founded Piper Sound Engineering, which evolved into a profitable sound contracting company.

As the operations manager for nearly 20 years, Mike learned how to run the business, job estimating, systems design, project management, and installation. In March 1999, he was hired by Electro-Voice as the U.S. Sales Manager for commercial sound. Soon after, EVI Audio and Telex merged to become Telex Communications, Inc. Mike was appointed to several sales management positions while working for the Telex Pro Audio Group.

Mike is a project manager in the SPJ (Special Projects) Group for Bosch, managing both internal and external projects in the Americas. Some of his internal projects include the introduction of Bosch Public Address into North America, changing distribution of Bosch Conferencing in North America, development and implementation of dealer programs. External projects managed by Mike include, the North Lawn Conference Building for the United Nations in New York City, Vancouver International Airport, and a National Grid public utility project in upstate New York.

As an entrepreneur, he has owned multiple businesses. These include a martial arts academy, three restaurants, and MISU Residential Rental Properties. He is a member of Syn-Aud-Con, NSCA, and InfoComm. Mike is an Adjunct Faculty Instructor for InfoComm Academy for his teaching of “Estimating Your Projects for Profit”.