TOA Canada Names New Product Support Manager & Product Development Head

Michael Raine
October 7, 2022

TOA Canada has introduced its two latest hires for the technical department — Chris Singh as product support manager and Yahya Mawlawi as the new product development head.

As TOA's new product Support Manager, Siingharrives with a passion for technology and a thirst for solving problems. "Although on the young side, Singh performs years beyond his age. After graduating university with a Bachelor of Engineering in Computer Engineering, he caught on with a speaker manufacturer where he quickly put his engineering knowledge to work in the AV industry. Chris worked a variety of positions from technical support to research and development," the company says in its announcement. "Chris enjoys seeing AV technology get used in new and innovative ways and coming up with elaborate solutions for large systems. Outside of work Chris is heavily into PC building/modding. He enjoys going out with friends and experiencing food from diverse cultures by way of restaurant hopping."

As the new product development head, Mawlawi who comes to TOA via Dubai. He has advanced his knowledge from his various stops in his career with a focus on electrical and electronics engineering, sound dynamics, and industrial process control. Yahya holds a Master of Engineering Degree certified by the World Education Services (WES). Along with his experience, Yahya holds various certification including KNX Certified Partner, Control 4 Certified Tech Level 1, Crestron Essential and Digital Media Certified Engineer designer and technician. "On his down time, he enjoys listening to live music shows and even express his DJ skills when he has an opportunity," the company adds. "Yahya is looking forward to going through one of our Canadian winters, good luck to him."

For more information, contact TOA Canada: 800-263-7639,,

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Michael Raine

Michael Raine is the Editor-In-Chief at NWC, publisher of Canadian Musician, Professional Sound, Professional Lighting & Production, and Canadian Music Trade magazines. He is also a co-host of the popular Canadian Musician Podcast. Michael has extensively covered nearly all aspects of the Canadian music business, as well as the pro audio, musical products, and the lighting and production industries.